Thousands of rebels and residents to exit Daraya in deal that cedes control of besieged suburb to government forces.
Gunmen detonate a car bomb and storm a beach restaurant in the capital Mogadishu.
Tanks and Syrian rebels continue to make gains against ISIL, as US-backed Kurds follow Washington’s demands to retreat.
The Felicians will be compensated with NIS 2.2 million for being wrongfully accused and harrassed by the police after Hagai Felician was accused of being responsible for opening fire at the Barnoar gay youth center.
US Secretary of State John Kerry was in the Saudi seaside town of Jeddah, discussing the Saudi-led war in Yemen and Saudi Arabia’s role in the Syria conflict; humanitarian organizations have criticized the West’s arms sales to Saudi Arabia and Gulf Coalition countries, as the weapons are likely to be used to kill civilians in Yemen.
Defence Minister said Iranian vessels accused of harassing a US warship were doing their job.
A UN inquiry has determined that Syrian Arab Air Force helicopters dropped toxic substances on rebel held villages, while ISIS has used mustard gas against forces in that country; for the first time, Russia is agreeing to work with the US in how to respond to this chemical weapons report.
Indian government has proposed legislation to restrict the use of surrogates in bid to stop exploitation of poor women.