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Yehia Hawrani, a senior Hamas leader was killed in Syria's Yarmouk refugee camp

Nigeria's muslim candidate Muhammadu Buhari is leading incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan by 2.2 million votes. In 19 states announced so far.

"We have already pledged full support to Saudi Arabia in its operation against rebels and will join the coalition," the official said.

Iranian news website Tabnak named the journalist as Amir Hossein Motaghi, who helped Rouhani to his landslide win in the 2013 presidential elections.

Muslim candidate Muhammadu Buhari leads Nigeria presidential vote in 6 out of 9 states announced

According to humanitarian workers, Saudi-led air strike hits area of Yemeni refugee camp and killed 45 people.

Palestinians, across the West Bank and in Gaza are set to mark the anniversary of Land Day on Saturday.

Assad's comments, in an interview published by Russian government newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta on Monday, appeared to contradict remarks by Moscow suggesting any Russian arms supplies to Damascus were agreed before the conflict began.

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, already facing a six-year prison term after a corruption conviction, was found guilty on Monday

President Erdogan has said that he plans to visit Iran but will be watching the developments in Yemen

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called Arab leaders for response in Gaza, during the 26th round of the Arab Summit.

"Police on duty near the spot caught two attackers red-handed with three machetes as they were fleeing the scene after the incident," police official Humayan Kabir told Reuters.

A Commission spokeswoman has also confirmed that the EU was looking into the fuel supply deal, but was not blocking the Paks construction. The EU has not yet commented on the state aid aspects of the project.

The far right’s National Front failed to win a single council despite historically high scores at the local level.

Ahmed al-Asiri, a Saudi commander said that a coalition of Arab states totally controlled Yemen's airspace.

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