World Bulletin / News Desk
Attending the meeting via video conference from Washington, Kim said that the number of refugees in Lebanon has reached more than 800,000, and added, "it is expected that this number will reach one million by the end of this year."
"It does not create only an economic burden, but it creates many social and even political problems," said Kim over the Syrian refugee issue in Lebanon.
Egyptian forces have arrested Mohame Taha Wahdan, near Cairo. Wahdan had been absent from the public since mid-2013.
The imam of Al Azhar Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayeb has agreed to meet with French far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
With pressure mounting on Sepp Blatter to step aside, the UK Prime Minister David Cameron has called for the backing of Jordan's Prince Ali bin Ali Hussein has a candidate.
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has said on Thursday he was hopeful that a deal regarding the nuclear negotiations would be finalized in the earliest possible time.
Iraq rebrands military campaign against ISIL over fears of sectarianism
On May 26, 2015, Egyptian authorities requested Qatar to extradite Qaradawi back to Egypt.
The leader of al Qaeda's Syria wing Nusra Front said his group was aiming to capture Damascus and the fall of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would happen quickly.
The Arab League has said that they will be prepared to fight anywhere, when necessary.
ISIL have shot dead 20 at Palmyra amphitheater accusing them of being government supporters.
A raft of deals has been signed between the two countries including agreements on investment, energy and diplomatic affairs.
Hezbollah military commander Khalil Youssef Harb and Mohammed Qabalan labelled as terrorists by Saudi Arabia.
Iran's foreign minister has said that the war in Yemen will only be to Saudi Arabia's detriment.
Yemen has appointed a new interior minister who has been sworn in President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi's personal residence in Riyadh.
Turkey has sent humaniarian aid to Yemen refugees in Djibouti and is planning to send more to Yemen.
Arab forces have attacked Yemen's largest seaport on the Red Sea, damaging their armory and partly destroying two warships.
German and French envoys have said that they doubt that it is 'very likely' negotiators will miss end of June deadline