The self-styled Islamic State (IS) group has claimed responsibility for the twin bomb attack in Yemen's capital Sanaa.
Kuwait charged 24 people suspected of links to Iran and Hezbollah with plotting attacks against the Gulf state.
The 2,000-year-old temple was extensively damaged in a bomb attack on Sunday carried out by Daesh or the self-styled IS.
The offshore “Zohr” field could hold 30 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, covering an area of about 100 square km.
Fire started in the basement of a tower in the eastern city of Khobar, the kingdom's civil defence said on Twitter.
Turkish jets used smart bombs to attack IS positions in Syria, without crossing into Syrian airspace.
The trial has not been conducted in a free and fair manner, acting director-general of Al-Jazeera English said.
Pro-regime forces, including Lebanon's Hezbollah militia, had agreed on a 48-hour ceasefire, until dawn on Saturday.
The images show that the temple, considered the second-most significant in ancient Palmyra, “has been blown to bits.”
The migrants on board had been from sub-Saharan Africa, Pakistan, Syria, Morocco and Bangladesh.
Strike comes amid continued Saudi-led airstrikes against the Houthi rebel group.
Iran denies enlisting Afghan mercenaries to fight alongside Syrian forces.
State Department spokesman said 15,000 Syrian refugees have been referred to US for resettlement by UN refugee agency.
Al-Mughassil captured in Beirut and transferred to Riyadh, after nearly 20 years on the run.
IS is turning to the world of journalism, saying: “We’re not bloodthirsty, sick and depraved, we’re worse than that!”
The ancient temple of Baal Shamin was demolised by IS militants after laying explosives around it for over a month.
The prosecutor general accused the defendants of plotting attacks for trying to “seize power and establish a caliphate”.
Attacks on security forces in Saudi Arabia have multiplied in recent months with most of them blamed on or claimed by IS
Women can vote as well as run as candidates in Saudi Arabia upcoming elections.
Emirati forces are among troops taking part in a Saudi-led campaign supporting Yemen's government against Houthi rebels.
The NSC said that Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali was also IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's senior deputy.