The UN on Friday launched an appeal for $4.4 billion to help the estimated 6.8 million people in need of dire humanitarian assistance in Syria.
Iran's 11th presidential election is scheduled for June 14.
Iran will not interrupt nuclear activities and uranium enrichment under pressures, Iran's permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency Ali-Asghar Soltanieh said.
The White House on Wednesday denounced the Syrian government's recapture of the strategic central city of al-Qussair.
Twenty-four people were detained overnight in the Aegean Izmir province for supporting via Twitter the ongoing protests across Turkey.
Syrian troops have regained full control of the strategic central city of al-Qussair in the Homs province after two-week-long offensive.
The United States unveiled aggressive new sanctions against Iran, targeting its currency for the first time along with the country's auto sector, a key source of jobs and revenue.
Turkey's deputy prime minister sought to mollify tens of thousands of anti-government demonstrators on Tuesday by apologizing.
The Dubai Police fleet of cars includes Aston Martin, Bentley Continental GT Coupe, Ferrari, and a recently added Bugatti Veyron.
There is no alternative to a political solution toward ending the Syria crisis, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy said.
The Iraqi Prime Minister said on Monday that Iraq is worried about the EU decision of arming the Syrian opposition.
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday congratulated Rami Hamdallah on his appointment as new Palestinian prime minister.