Wednesday, Sep 18
Russia will not moderate Iran-S.Arabia meetings
Kremlin spokesman stated that Russia has not been asked to mediate between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
UK's Supreme Court to investigate 'unlawful' prorogation
The top court of appeal to say whether PM Johnson's suspension of parliament is lawful.
At least 46 die at Afghan election rally due to blast
An explosion hit near a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday.
Trump: Iran appears to be responsible for Saudi oil attacks
Trump has hinted that the US believes Iran is responsible for attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia over the weekend that raised fears of a new conflict in the Middle East.
Snowden expresses wish to return home to his homeland
The former contractor is shedding new light on his decision to reveal classified documents about the US government's mass surveillance program back in 2013.
Merkel to extend halt on arms exports to Saudi Arabia
The halt on arms exports was last extended at the end of March. Without another extension, it would have expired on Sept. 30.
N. Korea expects US talks once threats are removed
According to the North Korean officials, working-level dialogue with US likely in a few weeks.
Iran denies responsibility over Saudi oil attack
Earlier on Saturday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had accused Iran of being behind the attack.
Ebola death toll rises to 1.984 in Congo
Some 111 people died following the hemorrhagic fever, but it could not be verified whether they died of Ebola.
Saudi Arabia to resume oil production
The Houthi drone attacks on two facilities knock out 5.7 million barrels of daily production.
Trump says US ready to help protect Saudi Arabia
Osama Bin Laden's son killed in US operation
Five die from cholera in Sudan
Sudan's Health Ministry stated that five deaths from cholera have been confirmed in Blue Nile state since August 28.
Haftar forces attack airport in Libya
The UN-recognized government Friday announced it had destroyed one of main headquarters of Haftar forces.
Rescued migrants to be accepted by Germany
Interior Minister Horst Seehofer stated that the decision will not overwhelm Germany's migration policy.
Drones strike Saudi oil facilities
A fire erupted in two facilities of Saudi Arabia's oil company Aramco following strikes by armed drones, the country's official press agency reported Saturday.
Deadly floods hit Spain
Third-person dies, two airports closed as torrential rains hit southern Spain
French protesters prepare for another strike
Report claims Israel planted devices to spy US
Israel reportedly planted StingRay surveillance devices near the White House in an attempt to capture President Donald Trump's phones.
4 kill in suicide bombing in Afghanistan
Taliban terror organization claimed the responsibility.