Turkey's decision to lump IS together with Kurdish forces has surprised some Western allies.
Court sentenced Saif al-Islam and eight other defendants to death for crimes during the 2011 uprising.
The explosion took place in a Shia-dominated area of the Sunni-ruled kingdom, killing two and wounding six others.
The accidental strikes against allied forces killed atleast 15 and wounded more than 40 fighters.
The rebels shelled residential areas after the start of the humanitarian truce declared by the Saudi-led coalition.
The Palestinian ministry condemned Israel for allowing what they described as “provocative” visits by hardline Jews.
The Saudi move came as Yemeni medical sources said a coalition air raid killed at least 35 civilians.
According to Houthi-controlled news agency Saba, ten others have been injured in the airstrike.
The air raids against IS targets marked a dramatic hardening of Turkey's attitude towards the group.
A Pentagon spokesman says that 500 tribesmen are also taking part in the operation.
Eight people, including children, wounded in the blast which occurred Monday evening.
Muhsin al-Fadhli was part of Osama's inner circle, knew about 9/11 in advance, claims US intelligence.
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Flooding triggered by heavy rains attributed to improper construction, deforestation.
An IS video issued last week showed a boy beheading a Syrian soldier under an adult militant's supervision.
'Preserving and continually improving' military option should Iran violate terms of agreement: US Defence Secretary
S. Arabia offers customers millions of barrels of diesel as it turns itself into a supplier of refined oil products.
Top US administration officials are girding for a huge fight with the Republican-controlled Congress.
Since late Saturday, around 15 air strikes targeted rebel positions in and around the northern outskirts of the city.
At least four explosions rocked Gaza City early Sunday, targeting cars belonging to officials from Islamic factions.
Network members were engaged in a plot with the aim of sowing sectarian sedition and spreading chaos, the ministry said.