World Bulletin / News Desk
"Friends of Syrian People" meeting started in Paris, France on Friday.
More than hundred countries' representatives and several Syrian opponent groups attend the meeting.
Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Ahmet Davutoglu represents Turkey among the other participants of the meeting.
The first "Friends of Syrian People" meeting took place in Tunisia on February 24 and the second in Istanbul on April 1.
Meeting in Paris will focus on the pressure over the Syrian regime.
Moreover, representatives of some international establishments will underline the Geneva meeting which took place on June 30 and Annan's six point plan.
Russia did not attend the meetings which took place in Tunisia and Istanbul and will not be attending the meeting in Paris as they are a strong supporter of the government of Damascus.
China also boycotts the meetings.
Resolution calls on Assad government, Daesh and foreign fighters to halt bloodshed.
Russian finance minister says deal with Kiev 'not done on a commercial basis because of the risks it carries'.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said the funds would be sent for humanitarian reasons and "Israel's interests", without saying whether the transfer would be repeated.
Sierra Leone, the country worst-affected by the disease, has reported nearly 12,000 cases and more than 3,000 deaths since the epidemic was declared a year ago.
"The Israeli occupation has agreed to extend a direct natural gas pipeline to operate Gaza's power plant," Haniyeh said in a Friday sermon delivered at a Gaza mosque.
Saad asserted that the army had sent reinforcements and was planning to send more troops to the restive area to secure the elections
An East Africa regional bloc on Friday signed two agreements with international partners to provide support for "drought resilience" activities.
Al-Shabab gunmen fought their way into a popular hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu on Friday, trapping government officials inside, police said. "Al Shabaab fighters are on the top of the building and inside the hotel," Major Ismail Olow , a police officer, told Reuters. "Some government officials are inside the hotel."
Digital magazine "Haqiqah" aims to combat Internet presence of extremist groups, such as Daesh.
"Internal and international flights heading to and from southern airports in the kingdom have gradually resumed since dawn Friday," Saudi's civil aviation authority said in a statement.
Iran and six powers demand mutual concessions in tense nuclear talks with end-March deadline for preliminary deal and full deal would follow by end of June.
Opposition forces also seize control of 15 regime security points and besiege central area of Idlib, opposition officials say.
Output rose threefold since 2010 with exports go to 60 countries, including U.S, Saudi Arabia
"We are hoping the decision would lead to more stable relations with Egypt," Abu Zuhri told The Anadolu Agency on Friday.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is opposed a two-stage agreement in the ongoing nuclear negotiation with the US and EU representatives, rejecting a US daily claim to the contrary, said an Iranian source close to the negotiation team in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The group that began in Germany who started in Montreal 3 months ago have organised a walk in Montreal this weekend. Many are against the group with an anti-PEGIDA protest set to take place at the same time and place as the PEGIDA demonstration, on Saturday at 4 p.m.