The New Arab & agencies
Israel launches a second round of airstrikes on the besieged Gaza Strip on Thursday despite a ceasefire to end hostilities.
The first top Israeli official to head to the United States since Prime Minister Naftali Bennet took office is scheduled to travel to Washington this weekend to discuss Gaza and Iran.
Turkey's 'clear commitment' to secure Kabul's airport once US forces leave has been welcomed by the United States, a top official said.
Efforts to repeal a 2002 US authorisation for use of military force against Iraq got a boost Thursday when the US House of Representatives backed the idea.
Thousands of anti-Netanyahu protesters on Saturday flocked to the prime minister's residence to celebrate the end of his time in office.
A doctor, three hospital staff, three women and a child were killed in shelling that targeted the Al-Shifaa hospital in the rebel-held Afrin city, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
A 10-year prison sentence has been handed out to four Afghan asylum seekers convicted of burning down Europe's largest migrant camp last year.
A United Nations' decision to suspend Iran's voting rights has been criticised by Tehran as "completely unjustified".
Two university lecturers were among at least four people that were killed in a roadside bombing in Kabul, officials confirmed on Saturday.
More than 10,000 people were vaccinated in Lebanon in a single day as the government ramped up its inoculation drive.