Rescuers worked through the frigid night to look for survivors across Türkiye and Syria's earthquake-stricken areas as the death toll in both countries surpasses 5,000.
International support and expression of solidarity poured in on Ankara following a destructive earthquake that hit Türkiye early on Monday.
Over two thousand people are killed after devastating earthquakes strike southern Türkiye and bordering Syria.
The earthquake, which was centred in the Pazarcik district of Kahramanmaras province, also left major damage and hundreds of casualties in Syria.
There are more than 50 illegal Jewish settlements around Gaza with at least 55,000 settlers living there, according to Israeli figures in 2019.
Officials say Gaza's health system suffers from major gaps in care for cancer patients, which they blame on the ongoing Israeli blockade of the territory.
Mir Hossein Mousavi says he does not believe country's current system still works, while the country's Supreme leader pardons "tens of thousands" of prisoners, according to state media.
Israeli military says "it was not a projectile launch" or other fire that posed a threat to its residents or illegal settlers.
Israelis brave heavy rain for fifth week of protests against judicial reform plans by PM Netanyahu's new government that critics say threaten democratic checks on ministers by the courts.
Cancer patients in Gaza suffer challenges that worsen their conditions as Israel prevents access to medicine and healthcare services, says Palestine's health ministry.
Iran's nuclear agency chief disputed an "incorrect" report submitted by the IAEA as tensions between Tehran and the UN nuclear watchdog heightened amid stalemate over the nuclear deal.
Panahi was arrested last July when he went to the Tehran prosecutor’s office to inquire about the arrests of two other Iranian filmmakers, and was held at the Evin Prison.
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