Hassan Nasrallah, the chief of Lebanese Shia militant group Hezbollah, reassured that his militia will not engage in destabilising activities at this time of political instability.
The Kingdom said in a statement that it holds Iran responsible for the ballistic missile fired at its capital and warned it was an "act of war".
Crown Prince Mansour bin-Muqrin, deputy Emir of Asir province, was among eigth high-ranking officials on the helicopter.
The former prime minster suggested that the UK may never have entered had crucial intelligence been revealed sooner.
Eleven princes, four sitting ministers and "tens" of former ministers have been arrested by a newly-formed anti-corruption committee which is headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Saudi air defenses intercepted a Houthi ballistic missile over Saudi capital Riyadh on Saturday (4 November). The missile did not cause any damage to the King Khalid International Airport.
Hours after the Syrian army liberated the city of Deir al-Zour from Isis, came the news that Iraqi forces had entered al-Qaim.
Three years after its emergence, Isis has been progressively losing territories in both Syria and Iraq, leading most of its members to break ranks and abandon the group.
A six-month pregnant American teenager, who was taken to Syria against her will by her father, is set to return home to Kansas.
Former Conservative Part candidate David Ballantine was incarcerated after a mix-up with a taxi driver in Dubai leading to the confiscation of his passport and a jail sentence.
Heads turned as an actor dressed as Queen Elizabeth II unveiled a Banksy plaque in Palestine to apologise for the 1917 Balfour Declaration.
Handing over the crossings aims to ease an Israeli-Egyptian blockade that was imposed on Gaza to isolate Hamas.
Shabazz Suleman fled north-eastern Syria after a multinational force retook Raqqa, an Isis stronghold in the country.He now wants to come back to the UK and face justice.
Campaigner Sayed Alwadaei says his family has been imprisoned in Bahrain for his work to expose human rights abuses committed by King Hamad and other royals.
Hashim bin Abdullah Yamani, head of the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy, said the move will have economic benefits and help diversify energy needs.