Arab League heads of state are set to meet for an annual summit in Jordan to address a range of issues, particularly regional conflicts, as the prospect of a breakthrough seems far off.
The Yemeni military has announced the manufacture of a medium range ballistic missile dubbed the Qaher M2.
A high-ranking US commander has admitted that there was a “fair chance” that a coalition airstrike in western Mosul killed a large number of Iraqi civilians.
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called on Arab leaders to set aside their differences to tackle the ongoing unrest in Syria, which has been gripped by foreign-backed militancy since March 2011.
Saudi regime forces have reportedly shot and martyred two first cousins of prominent Saudi Shia Cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr, whom the Ale Saud regime executed last year in a futile attempt to silence political critics and pro-democracy campaigners in the oil-rich kingdom.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has warned that ongoing conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa have sharply deteriorated food security and reduced nutrition levels, leaving approximately 30 million people unsure of their next meal.
A Bahraini regime court has summoned a minor to stand trial for participation in a pro-democracy protest rally.
Moscow has called on all players in Syria to form a united front against terrorism and coordinate their actions against the scourge in the war-torn country.
The United Nations (UN) says about 40,000 people, mainly women and children, have been forced out of their homes due to renewed violence perpetrated by terrorists near the government-held Syrian city of Hama.
UN experts has warned that the United Arab Emirates' arrest of Ahmed Mansoor, an award-winning rights campaigner, has violated international law.