In a war of words between the two regional rivals, Iran's foreign ministry says Prince Salman should "ponder the fate" of regional dictators
UK police responds to reports of shots fired on Oxford Street and at the Oxford Circus Underground station "as if the incident is terrorist related"
It is the deadliest attack of its kind since an Islamist insurgency in the peninsula was stepped up in 2013
A bomb explosion rips through the Rawda mosque of El-Arish before gunmen open fire on the worshippers gathered for weekly Friday prayers
The jihadists have already been driven out of all of the towns they once held
Zimbabwe's newly sworn-in President Emmerson Mnangagwa praises outgoing leader Robert Mugabe as "the father of the nation"
The purging initiative of the crown Prince triggers uncertainty among businesses
Some 620,000 Rohingyas are residing in squalid refugee camps in impoverished Bangladesh
Zimbabwe's once-promising economy collapses under Mugabe's rule
The suicide attacker, who was on a motorbike, rammed into the vehicle carrying Additional Inspector General and other police officials
Buses carrying about 300 asylum seekers left the centre on Friday after police entered the facility for a second day
The blast kills the official along with his bodyguard when a suicide bomber on a motor bike rams into their vehicle
The fire started Wednesday night in a building with small apartments separated by wooden partitions inhabited by migrant workers in New Taipei
The incident occurs when the van was travelling from the border town of Mae Sot, a common entry point for Myanmar migrant workers, to Bangkok
The move suggests Mr Flynn may be cooperating with prosecutors
It is not known whether the men intend to stay in Japan or return to North Korea