World Bulletin / News Desk
Tawakkol Karman, the Nobel Peace prize winner for 2011, has donated her cash prize to the families of those killed during the Arab Spring revolution in Yemen. A status update on her Facebook page revealed that she had given her $500,000 prize money to charity.
"I have waited for this to dedicate the most precious of what I own to the greatest of those whom I have ever loved," said Karman.
Karman became the first Arab woman and the youngest person ever to become a Nobel Peace winner for her efforts for freedom during the revolution.
Friday's clash southwest of Cairo left 13 others injured, according to Egypt's interior ministry
After his election as president in 1982, Bachir Gemayel was killed by car bomb in Beirut
Israel has occupied most of Syria’s Golan Heights since 1967 Arab-Israeli war
Group of outlawed gunmen clash with security near Oases area and kill 14 policemen
Longtime allies, Hamas and Tehran recently reconciled following years-long falling-out over Syria
21-year-old Ibrahim Halawa had been among hundreds detained in aftermath of Egypt's 2013 military coup
7th round of talks will discuss regulations for release of hostages and prisoners
'Its infrastructure, international airport and government facilities – it’s all game,' Naftali Bennett tells for Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem
Israeli forces close 8 Palestinian media companies in raids, accusing them of 'incitement'
Emirates News Agency confirms incident but does not specify what type of aircraft was involved in crash
Israel accused Iran of using Syrian conflict to establish military positions there
"Police forces have dismantled a band of six persons and seized 100,000 fake visas for Arbaeen" which this year falls on November 9, Tehran's police chief Hossein Rahimi said.
Israel advances plans for first new settler homes in Hebron in 15 years
Kuwait continues to play mediating role between Qatar and Saudi-led bloc of Arab states