Senate chairman cancels visits to UAE; activists decry Gulf nation bestowing award on Modi.
"The UK stands by to protect freedom of navigation whenever is it tested,” says UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.
“Now that our enemies do not accept logic, we cannot respond with logic,” says Rouhani.
It is the first time that Sudan is not under full military rule since Bashir's coup d'etat in 1989.
Saudi Arabia, leader of a military coalition that includes the separatists, calls for a summit.
The reform, which came into effect on Tuesday, weakens the restrictive guardianship system.
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says his country has no intention to move the post from Morek.
The Turkish Defence Ministry gives no word on Turkish casualties.
Iran's foreign ministry spokesperson says another attempt to seize Iranian tanker "would have grave consequences".
Authorities in Gibraltar have not confirmed the ship's departure.
A buffer zone deal brokered by Russia and Turkey last year was never fully implemented.
Jordan supervises some holy sites in Jerusalem.
The Israeli military says that a helicopter and a tank fired at armed suspects near the fence overnight.
"There were no injuries and no interruptions to Saudi Aramco's oil operations."
"The air strike hit the family's home in the village of Dayr Sharqi in Idlib province, killing everyone inside."
“I have decided that visiting my grandmother under these oppressive conditions stands against everything I believe in."
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said this was the first such incident since late April.
Syria’s conflict has killed a total of more than 370,000 people.
Oil tanker traffic passing through the Gulf via the Strait of Hormuz has become the focus of a US-Iranian standoff.
The clashes have been raging since Wednesday.
Imam Sheikh Mohammad bin Hassan Al Shaikh delivers sermon at Masjid-i-Nimra on the plain of Arafat.