Protesters chanted slogans such as "Bibi is a disgrace" and "the people demand a legal state" as they rallied across Tel Aviv and other Israeli cities.
Malaysian doctor who conducted the post mortem confirms that North Korean leader's half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, was found with soiled underwear and pupils contraction.
Sheikh Isa Qassim is thought to be in need of immediate medical treatment but his supporters say the Bahraini kingdom is denying it.
Pakistan government caves in to demands of anti-blasphemy protesters as Islamist group forces law minister to resign
The government agrees to the demands of Islamist demonstrators after protests reached boiling point over the weekend.
Mohammed bin Salman promises not to let terrorists distort the image of the "peaceful religion" Islam.
The politician, who now faces expulsion from his own party Sweden Democrats, was forced to apologise for his controversial remarks.
Turkey did not have any diplomatic relations with North Korea until 2001.
Dubai's security chief blames Al Jazeera for provoking the extremist attack on the mosque in Egypt's Sinai region.
Top Iranian military general insists Iran's decision not to increase strike range beyond 2,000km is due to "strategic doctrine" and not inability.
Russian president signs law requiring foreign media outlets to register as "foreign agents" putting them under additional scrutiny.
Riot police fired tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon to clear demonstrators in the Pakistani capital, but protests feared to spread across the country.
Tens of thousands of potholes are being fixed in the southern Indian city of Bengaluru as part of the government's ambitious initiative.
Nityanand Rai, a member of Lok Sabha (lower house) and head of state BJP unit in Bihar, underscores Modi's humble past to make controversial remarks.
Seven farmers were abducted by the Boko Haram insurgents from a plantation before there were slaughtered.
The People's Liberation Army is expected to induct the three-stage, solid-fuel Dongfeng-41 in the first half of 2018.
Moscow did not admit to a leak but said the concentration of radioactive isotope ruthenium-106 reached 986 times the normal level.
India's oldest political party is likely to elect Rahul Gandhi as president in early December, ending months of speculation.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet approves plan to deport as many as 40,000 Africans to Rwanda under special arrangement.
All 50,000 US troops in Japan banned from buying or consuming alcohol after fatal drink-driving incident
A US marine, under the influence of alcohol, rammed his two-tonne military vehicle into a civilian mini truck, killing a 61-year-old Japanese national.
Beijing plans to overhaul more than 64,000 public toilets in the next three years as part of its tourism drive.
Guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold suffers minor damage in fifth incident involving the 7th Fleet.
China wants to 'steadily develop traditional friendly relations' with North Korea, says Beijing envoy
Song Tao, special envoy of China's President Xi Jinping, is on a visit to Pyongyang.
Rights group Amnesty International earlier said there have been serious human rights violations committed by Filipino soldiers in Marawi.
Israel ready for close cooperation with 'moderate' Arab states like Saudi Arabia, says military chief
IDF chief says Israel would be willing to share intelligence with Riyadh in order to rein in Iran, the arch-rival of both Saudi Arabia and Israel.
Pyongyang's mouthpiece says North Korean nuclear programmes are only deterrent against the US' military assertions in the region.
US aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, guided-missile destroyers USS Stethem, USS Chafee and USS Mustin are taking part in the massive exercises.
Morgue workers in Guerrero, located in Mexico's Pacific Coast, complained of intolerable odour from bodies
Trophies of Elephants hunted between 2016 and 2018 in Zambia and Zimbabwe are likely to be allowed into the US.
Islamabad blamed Indian forces after the elderly woman was killed in the sensitive border region of Kashmir.
Manohar Parrikar, former Indian defence minister and current chief minsiter of Goa, candidly speaks about how he was almost caught for watching porn films.