Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad plans to resign after US President Barack Obama's visit to the region this month, a source said Tuesday.
A vehicle carrying prisoners overturned due to bad road condition in Central Turkey on Tuesday, injuring 28 people onboard, local newspaper Today's Zaman reported on its website.
US Vice-President Joe Biden insisted on Monday that President Barack Obama was not bluffing about using force to thwart Iran's nuclear ambitions if all else fails.
Explosions and attacks continued to rock Syria over the weekend, as the international community keeps on mediation efforts in a bid to end violence and bloodshed.
Syria and Iran joined forces on Saturday to condemn moves by Western powers to aid rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, with the Syrian leader singling out Britain as a "shallow and immature" power
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Iran is "buying time" during talks with world leaders in order to continue its efforts in achieving a nuclear bomb.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to hold a ministerial-level international conference in Rome on Thursday on offering more support to the Syrian opposition.
Israel's construction in East Jerusalem is a deliberate strategy to prevent the city from becoming the capital of two states, an internal EU report found.
Up to seven people were injured Wednesday morning when an Afghan Defense Ministry bus came under attack in western capital city of Kabul.
Iran resumed talks on Tuesday in Kazakhstan with six major world powers on its nuclear issue after a break of nearly eight months, with experts expecting to see both sides come up with new ideas or loosen their stance.
Saudi Arabia's amnesty offer to all illegal migrant workers will benefit more than 80,000 Nepalis stuck in the Gulf country as illegal employees.
Syria is ready for talks with its armed opponents, Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said on Monday, in the clearest offer yet to negotiate with rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad.