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08:23, 06 May 2015 Wednesday
The Gulf summit brings together leaders from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. All but Oman are in the Saudi-led coalition that launched air strikes in Yemen in late March against the Houthi

The United States has put in a request to the UN to investigate who is behind the chemical attacks in Syria, paving the way for the UNSC to punish those responsible.

Robert Menard, the far right mayor of southern town of Beziers, says he has kept track of number of Muslim in schools - ethnic and/or religious census is strictly forbidden in France.

Indonesia has banned its nationals from working in the Middle East after Indonesian domestic workers were executed in April after they were found guilty of murder.

Saudi Arabia has suspended all schools on the southern border with Yemen, and have suspended flights until further notice

More than 40 Syrian groups, including Syrian opposition groups, have been invited to Geneva consultations.

Forty migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean, with remaining survivors saying that the drownings occured as a result of the rubber boats exploding.

New Amnesty Internatinal report says civilians in Aleppo bearing the brunt of 'systematic killing.'

Around 370 tons of material from Syria's chemical weapons arsenal incinerated at a special site.

Spouses of senior officials are banned from holding top positions in private companies or senior appointed positions in foreign-invested enterprises, the city government said.

President Barack Obama said Monday that in too many places in U.S.A, black boys and black men, experience being treated differently by law enforcement.

Austrian Finance Minister Hans Joerg Schelling said that international creditors are making progress but have not yet made a breakthrough

Hollande was welcomed at King Khalid International Airport by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz

Army Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, said the U.S. Navy had accompanied one British ship through the strait following talks between Washington and London and others would follow.

Kongo issued new law that women will be able to wear the full-face veil in their homes or in mosques, but not in public places like the market.

The four submarines involved, including a Swedish one, will be tasked to approach and target the ships undetected, simulating an attack on surface ships.

An Israeli NGO said it had collected testimony from 60 Israeli soldiers and officers who had participated in last summer's offensive – dubbed "Operation Protective Edge" – against the Gaza Strip.

Azerbaijani president said in a statement that Southern Gas Corridor project will supply neighboring and European countries for a 100 years

French and Qatar signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro $7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets.

The name of former Israeli President Shimon Peres has been removed from the official guest list of the Clinton Global Initiative Middle East and North Africa Conference in Marrakech.

More and more people were put in jail every day in contravention of freedom of speech.

Two Pakistani inmates were killed and 21 others injured at Korydallos Prison, southwest of capital Athens.

The mayor said the Maryland National Guard would begin withdrawing from the streets over the next week.

Anti-Islam event in Texas would award $12,500 for ‘best cartoon’ depicting Prophet Muhammad, a derogatory practice that has often offended Muslims across the world.

Many Moroccan rights groups have voiced their rejection of Peres' upcoming two-day visit to Morocco's city of Marrakech

Thousands of Ethiopian Jews demonstrated on Sunday in Tel Aviv to protest Israeli police's heavy-handed practices against their community.

Elections held Sunday in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory violate principles of international law, says spokesman of Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry.

On Saturday, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said that Abbas would hold presidential and legislative elections once he receives a written request in this regard from Hamas.

Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri told there were no non-Yemeni forces fighting in Aden

Chancellor Werner Faymann described as "totally absurd" the current system in which refugees are supposed to be taken in by the country where they first arrive.

Newspaper reports Sunday said that up to 1,000 people - mostly Muslim Arakan - were at one time held in the camp discovered at a hilltop site near Thailand’s border with Malaysia on Friday.

Italy says nearly 4,100 boat migrants rescued from boats near the coast of Libya on Saturday and early Sunday

More than 7,000 people have been killed in Nepal, India and Tibet as emergency services continue rescue operations.

Xi, as head of China's ruling Communist Party, will host Taiwan's Chu in the first meeting of its kind since defeated Nationalist forces fled to Taiwan at the end of the Chinese civil war in 1949.

This was the second protest to be held in Hadhramaut against Al-Qaeda.

Former US President Jimmy Carter said that Abbas asked him and the members of his delegation to bring this written request from Hamas.

International humanitarian organizations say they are in capable of offering aid to around 18,000 residents of the camp as clashes rage on between the two armed groups.

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