Seven security personnel were injured as three rockets were fired at Baghdad's Green Zone, where parliament and many government offices and foreign embassies are located.
The headquarters of three ethnic parties of Iranian Kurds have been hit in northern Iraq as Iran's Revolutionary Guard accuses the groups of smuggling weapons into Iran.
Iranian officials say they have made over 1,200 arrests — including activists, lawyers and journalists — while Fars news agency says "around 60" people have been killed in the unrest.
Israeli forces have raided the Jenin refugee camp and surrounded a home, with explosions heard and smoke seen from a cordoned area.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who turned 37 last month, has been first in line to succeed his father as king since 2017.
The death of Mahsa Amini has sparked the first big show of opposition on Iran's streets since authorities crushed protests against a rise in gasoline prices in 2019.
Türkiye's condemnation comes as some Israeli radical groups under the protection of Israeli forces raided the Al Aqsa Mosque complex in the occupied East Jerusalem.
Iran's foreign ministry accuses the leaders of the US and some European countries of abusing a tragic incident in support of the "rioters" and ignoring "millions of people" supporting the system.
At least 41 people have died since the unrest began, mostly protesters but also members of the Iranian security forces, according to an official toll.
The wealthy Gulf OPEC member has announced plans for new projects, which will generate electricity through renewable energy.
The Palestinian health ministry named the man killed as Saed al Koni and the local militant group "The Lions Den" claimed he was one of their members.
21-year-old Brahim Saadoun, who was sentenced to death by the Donetsk People's Republic, was part of a prisoner exchange deal between Moscow and Kiev, mediated by Türkiye.
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