US-led air raids have struck Syrian rebels not linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), expanding the coalitions raids for the second time to other groups fighting in Syria.
The International Criminal Court will not launch a prosecution over Israel's raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla in 2010 in which 10 Turkish activists died, despite a "reasonable basis to believe that war crimes were committed".
Palestinians and Jordanians have urged the UN Security Council to demand that Israel immediately stop provocations and incitement against Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem, warning that further escalation could lead to another crisis threatening peace in the Middle East.
Israeli police say three soldiers have been wounded, one of them seriously, after a Palestinian drove his car into them on a road near Hebron in the West Bank.
Mortar shells have hit a military airport in the Yemeni capital. Three mortar rounds reportedly struck the runway of the facility, sources say.
Saudi Arabia has replaced the country's minister of culture and information after he ordered the closure of a popular Sunni religious TV channel hostile to the country's Shia minority.
The head of al-Qaeda's branch in Syria, al-Nusra Front, has warned that the "real battle" in neighbouring Lebanon has yet to begin, indicating that more of the violence gripping Syria will spill across the border.
A senior al-Qaeda official wanted by the United States, and a local leader of the armed group's affiliate, Ansar al-Sharia, were killed in a drone strike in central Yemen overnight.
At least one Israeli has been killed and 14 others injured, after a car rammed pedestrians in occupied Jerusalem, before the driver was shot dead by police, according to Israeli officials.
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