Turkey’s Erdogan has accused the United States of bullying behavior and economic sabotage.
The attack was the latest to strike civilians trapped in Yemen’s civil war.
The conflict comes as Egypt is attempting to mediate a long-term cease-fire in the Gaza Strip.
Critics call the law a racist and undemocratic betrayal of Israel’s non-Jewish minorities.
Aziz Asbar, who died Saturday, worked closely with Iran on Syrian missile development, reports say.
Under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a kingdom once known for its go-slow approach to foreign affairs has reacted to challenges from abroad angrily.
Saudi authorities detained more than a dozen women’s rights activists, branding them as traitors in the press.
A health system broken by war is incapable of caring for the victims of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
Ahed Tamimi served an 8-month sentence for aggravated assault and other charges after she kicked and slapped two armed Israeli soldiers.
The combative remarks by Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani, chief of the Revolutionary Guard’s elite Quds force, suggest Iran is willing to stoke tensions with the White House.
The government has released hundreds of such notifications as it prevails in the conflict.
Civilian deaths have continued unabated despite assurances by the U.S.-supported coalition that it would take steps to reduce accidental fatalities.
The suicide bombings and clashes in Sweida showed the militant group’s ability to strike despite losing much of its territory.
The Israeli military said it fired two missiles at the fighter jet that strayed about a mile into Israel. The fate of the pilot was not immediately known.
The bitter exchange has united different factions in Iran, including hard-liners.