The director general of Malaysia's Department of Civil Aviation said on Monday that all the objects spotted in the sea have not been confirmed as the debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft.
Forty-one people were killed and some 129 wounded in separate attacks, including a massive suicide bombing, in Iraq.
A total of 13 Syrian nuns and three Christian female teachers kidnapped by Syria's radical rebels late last year have been released.
Israeli forces backed by bulldozers proceeded to level Palestinian-owned agricultural land in al-Khader to south of Bethlehem as a prelude to take it over.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he is opposed to freezing construction in settlements as a means to extend US-sponsored peace talks with Palestinians, as a group of young Israelis made a public pledge to not serve in the military.
42 African refugees drowned off Yemeni coast after their boat capsized in the Gulf of Aden, while about 30 people on the boat were rescued.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has accused Saudi Arabia and Qatar of openly funding the insurgents his troops are battling in western Anbar province.
Arab League has rejected demands that Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state, saying the move undermines refugee rights. The League also blamed Israel for the floundering of peace negotiations.
Angela Merkel old Vladimir Putin that a referendum on Crimea would violate international law.
International NGOs have formally classed the killings and exodus of Muslims in the majority Christian Central African Republic as ethnic cleansing “of historic proportions”.
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Tauheedul Relief Trust and Mo Farah Foundation have joined forces in aid of empowering young people in Somalia.