Egypt’s state-run media reports that the Rafah crossing will remain open to both passengers and humanitarian aid.
The war in Yemen is destabilising entire regions. Food and medicine supplies are scarce, and hospitals lack medical staff.
The move highlights the challenges facing China as it seeks to promote home-grown productions to rival imported Hollywood films. Several big-budget Chinese films have flopped while more modest productions have done well.
Several Indians are urging people to speak with the country's Muslims. Here's what triggered the hashtag.
The deal signed in Tokyo will remove almost all tariffs, create a market of 600 million people and contrast with US President Donald Trump's protectionist agenda.
Five children and three women are among those killed on Quneitra's border with Daraa province, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The war monitor says it's unclear whether the strikes were carried by the regime or its Russian ally.
"Horrendous acts of mobocracy cannot be allowed to become a new norm," says the Supreme Court, ordering the right-wing BJP government to enact a new law banning lynchings over rumours the victims either were child-kidnappers or beef eaters.
Officials say the attack took place in northern Sar-i-Pul province in which an Afghan Taliban commander was also killed. Separately, officials say Afghan forces freed at least 54 people from a Taliban prison in southern Helmand province.
All signs pointed towards violence ahead of elections in Pakistan, but little had been done to protect election candidates. On the contrary, many were stripped of protection.
Contentious legislation defines Israel as a Jewish nation state, excluding the Arab-Israeli minority, which makes up around 20 percent of Israel's population.
Demonstrators have taken to streets in southern Iraqi cities to protest the economy. The unrest follows a May 12 parliamentary election tainted by allegations of fraud. The protests are in a major oil-producing region.
Ebru Ozkan, who arrived overnight in Istanbul, was arrested on June 11 at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport on terror charges which Ankara says are "groundless." An Israeli court has released her on bail.
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