Qatar dismisses allegations as "completely false".
Blast takes place in Tayyaran Square, a bustling centre of commerce, which has been the site of deadly attacks in past.
Abbas reiterates he will not accept Trump administration as a mediator in peace talks with Israel.
Abu Dhabi official denies sheikh's allegation of being held against his will.
The company says that some of its shares may have been transferred to the government in a settlement.
Iranian regime vows to stick to nuclear agreement, says it will not act beyond its "commitments".
Qatar says it has lodged a protest at the United Nations about the violation.
Binladin, which had over 100,000 employees at its height, is the biggest builder in the country.
Israeli army says it shot at three Palestinians who “put our forces in danger”.
Police detain 328 people for theft, looting, arson and blocking roads.
US president might pair his decision with new, targeted sanctions on Iranian businesses and people.
Ali Abdullah Saleh's nephew, and important commander, presumed dead or critically wounded appears in new video.
Killing of an Israeli settler on Tuesday in the West Bank led to fresh calls for further settlement building.
King Salman in telephone conversation with Palestinian President Abbas emphasises support for rights of Palestinians.
Minimum value of assets needed for an institution to qualify as investor will fall to $500m from $1bn.
Imad al-Alami was wounded while “inspecting his personal weapon in his home and is in critical condition”.
Syrian air defences intercepted one rocket, but several more hit “near a military position, causing material damage.”
Executives from Citi, Goldman and Deutsche Bank are among those invited, sources say.
The certificate would be issued by either the home country or the country where the candidate has lived for five years.
Israel allegedly targeted a Syrian military outpost in the early hours of Tuesday.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights gave a higher death toll, saying 34 people were killed, including 18 civilians.