World Bulletin / News Desk
Ethnic Turkmens in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo offered prayed for those killed in Turkey's mine disaster after the Muslim congregational prayers on Friday.
Around 200 Syrian Turkmens and Arabs gathered at the Sheikh Faris Mosque in Aleppo's mainly Turkmen district.
Syrian Turkmen opposition commander from the Free Syria Army's Sultan Murad Brigade, Fehim Isa, was among those attending the prayers.
Shortly after the prayers, commander Fehim Isa spoke to Al Jazeera Turk reporters and sent his condolences to the people of Turkey.
On Saturday, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz revealed the latest death toll from Tuesday's Soma mine disaster in the Manisa province to be 301.
The coalition now has control of the six largest Iranian cities, including Tehran, the holy city of Mashhad and tourist hotspot Isfahan -- and could capture more when final results are announced.
Sunday's protesters, who flooded Aden from several southern provinces, defended Zoubeidi's council, chanting "Independence is our objective" as they marched.
Gun battle erupted Saturday when Indian soldiers intercepted militants in Nowgam sector crossing over from Pakistan
Hamas says U.S. President Donald Trump's remarks at Riyadh summit mentioning it alongside terror groups are biased
Riyadh summit is attended by Trump along with leaders and representatives of 55 Islamic countries
Ebrahim Raisi, a 56-year-old jurist and cleric, had sent hundreds of pages of documents supporting his allegations of poll violations
The center to be stablished under the MoU aims to monitor money transfers to and from Middle East and North Africa
Trump is scheduled to hold a summit with Islamic leaders later in the day
President Donald Trump in a meeting with Sisi said that "safety seems to be very strong" in Egypt, which has seen deadly bombings and attacks in past months
Egypt has destroyed a total of 27 tunnels linking Sinai to blockaded Gaza Strip since January
"The message of our people has been very clearly expressed. The Iranian people have chosen the path of engagement with the world, far from extremism," he said on state television.
The Boston-headquartered firm said the agreements were inked in the presence of King Salman and Trump, who has chosen Saudi Arabia for his first foreign trip since taking office in January.
A red carpet was rolled out and staircase rolled up to Air Force One minutes after it landed shortly before 9:50 am (0650 GMT) local time.