Israeli PM and Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong pledge to further promote bilateral co-op in science, innovation, health, education and people-to-people exchange.
The death toll of Turkey's coal mine disaster Tuesday has reached 282, making it the country's worst industrial disaster in history.
Both the United States and Iran on Tuesday voiced their cautious view of the Iranian nuclear talks in Vienna as the significant gaps remain unresolved.
Ex-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced to six years' imprisonment on Tuesday for taking bribes.
At least two rockets fired from undisclosed location hit the city center of Afghan capital Kabul on Monday.
An Egyptian court on Tuesday banned former members of the country's now-defunct ruling party of deposed president Hosni Mubarak from running in any coming elections, state TV reported.
Egyptian ex-military chief and presidential candidate Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi says there will be no future for the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood if he wins in the upcoming presidential elections.
Iran said it successfully test-fired an air defense system capable of destroying different types of modern fighter jets and drones.
Syria's supreme constitutional court has accepted the candidacy of three contenders, including incumbent President Bashar Assad out of the 24 people who have registered for the June 3 presidential elections.
Yemen said on Sunday 37 al Qaeda fighters had been killed in heavy clashes between the army and the militants in the southern Shabwa province.
Fighting between al Qaida's Syria branch and a splinter group in eastern Syria has forced more than 60,000 people to flee their homes, emptied villages and killed scores of fighters, a monitoring group said.
Chinese competitors take part in the 6th Warrior Competition at the King Abdullah II Special Operation Training Center in Amman, capital of Jordan, May 2, 2014.