After Kurdish-led fighters routed the Islamic State from the border town of Tel Abyad, displaced Arab residents accused Kurds of ethnic cleansing. Amid rising tensions, a friendship endures between two longtime neighbors.
People in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi continue to suffer from a weeklong heat wave that has claimed 1,233 lives. Temperatures have cooled down in Karachi, bringing some relief in the area.
Multiple bombs in public places have killed 12 people in Baghdad on Saturday, said Iraqi authorities. Meanwhile, Abdel Baqi al-Sadun, an aide to Saddam Hussein, was also arrested, though authorities didn't say why.
Thousands of people in Kuwait participated in a mass funeral procession Saturday for 27 people killed in a suicide bombing. Police have begun questioning suspects linked to the bombing that targeted a Shiite mosque on Friday.
US President Barack Obama smiles after being asked whether the events of the past few days constituted his 'best week,' as he and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff hold a joint news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday.
Yemen's exiled government and Shiite rebels failed to agree on even a temporary cease-fire Friday as they wrapped up talks in Geneva, aimed at ending a conflict that has killed over 1,000 civilians and displaced more than a million since March.