Police say 11 officers were “injured lightly” while six protesters were arrested.
The early Palestinian desire for two-state solution has long ago been abandoned in the face of Israeli violence.
Iran is thought to be the only country that refuses to allow fans to gather in open public spaces for the World Cup.
UN fears that the move against the Houthi movement could trigger a famine imperilling millions of lives.
“They did not do even five per cent of what was required of them,” laments Saudi sports authority chief on Twitter.
Eight vote against resolution, while 45 member states abstain.
Diplomat says UAE, Saudi-led coalition went ahead with attack despite fears it could lead to a humanitarian crisis.
Nasrin Sotoudeh was taken from her home, according to her husband.
Aim to bring the ruling Houthi movement to its knees at the risk of worsening the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis.
Moustafa Akkad’s epic film about Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) was banned in the kingdom until now.
The aid will ease Jordan's economic crisis following a wave of anti-austerity protests.
“The unlawful measures imposed by UAE have torn apart families,” Qatari foreign ministry says.
Security officials say pro-government forces and Shia rebels have killed more than 600 people in recent days.
Around 60 per cent of Baghdad’s two million eligible voters had cast their ballots in May.
Bombing raids hit a string of towns and villages in the north-western province of Idlib
“We continue to monitor using all our operational, technical and intelligence capabilities that are at our disposal.”
“A foreigner threw himself from the roof of the Grand Mosque...resulting in his instant death,” says state news agency.
The massive operation confirms that the militants remain a force on the ground in the country.
Al-Quds day observed across Pakistan to express solidarity with Palestinians.
“The terrorists were trained in Iran” and “planned to assassinate prominent figures,” a state-owned channel says.
The capital and other cities are hit by angry rallies against reforms backed by the IMF that bring repeated price hikes.