Iran says its nuclear ambitions are purely peaceful; other nations fear it is seeking to develop weapons.
Boko Haram extremists killed 41 people, including a legislator, and scared hundreds of people from polling stations in the northeast, but millions voted across Nigeria on Saturday
The comment came at an Arab summit largely focusing on the chaos there caused by the advance of the rebels, known as Houthis.
Airstrikes and explosions are rocking Yemen's capital and key military installations held by the country's Shiite rebels.
Iran would be allowed to run hundreds of centrifuges, but an International security will ensure no work towards an atomic bomb.
The al-Jabouri say if the government helps them rebuild their community then the tribesmen can help sew the country back together
The Huthis and their allies within the armed forces had been closing in on Yemen's main southern city Aden.
A report based on accounts from witnesses and media, says Nigeria's govt is not doing enough to protect its civilians.
Many countries including Saudi Arabia and Jordan have started raining strikes on the Houthi rebel group.
Ambassador Adel al-Jubeir said Saudis "will do anything necessary" to protect people of Yemen and the legitimate government of Yemen.
Hadi fled Wednesday morning from the presidential compound in the palace in Aden to an undisclosed location.
Owners of the restaurant said that the measure had been put in place following a robbery in 2013
Witnesses said they saw a convoy of presidential vehicles Wednesday leaving Hadi's palace.
Yemeni Foreign Minister Riyadh Yaseen calls for Gulf Arab military intervention to halt advances by Houthi fighters.
"I cut my hair and wore a man's robe and turban, and a man's shoes to get a job," writes Sisa Abu Daooh.
A London-based study reports that between 100 and 250 Australians have joined the Islamic State,much larger than the US.
Human Rights Watch report documents the indiscriminate killing of civilians by insurgents in Syria, violating the laws of the war.
The turmoil comes as Yemen battles al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, the target of the drone program.
The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) control Hasakeh city, but IS militants have launched attacks on towns nearby.
The mosques were targeted by two suicide bombers each during midday prayers, when large crowds turn out to attend weekly sermons.
Boko Haram extremists have attacked on a Nigerian border town, killing 11 people.
President Barack Obama told Iranians there might not be a second chance at better relations with the US.
Officials did not confirm the militants' claim of responsibility, but had identified the two gunmen shot dead.
Prime Minister Habib Essid said Tunisia is working with other countries to learn more about the attackers.
Authorities say that 1 of the Bardo museum gunmen was known to intelligence services, no formal links to any terror group.
The victims were killed by two militants who burst from a vehicle and began gunning down tourists.
The embassy has said it decided not to open to the public because of 'heightened security concerns'.
Tunisia Prime Minister Habib Essid said 21 people died after an attack on a major museum, including 17 foreign tourists.
An alarm will ring if an attempt is made to remove it or the person moves out of a designated area, the report said.
Syrian activists and the opposition accused the government of a chlorine gas attack on a rebel-held town, killing 6 people.
US Predator drone went down in Syria, but it's not clear whether it was shot down despite such claims from Syria.
Exit polls showed that Netanyahu might be restricted to the opposition, but the party won after a close competition.
US and Iranian diplomats resumed talks seeking to resolve differences blocking a deal restricting Iran's nuclear program.
The Egyptian court sentenced 4 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood organization to death and 14 to life in prison.
Netanyahu ruled out the establishment of a Palestinian state and vowed to keep building east Jerusalem settlements.
Yet as both US and Iran diplomats arrive to continue several days of discussions, there are no promises of a breakthrough.