The White House, through a presidential statement, described the Armenian genocide at the hands of the Ottoman state as "the grand crime... one of the worst mass atrocities of the 20th century." This statement infuriated Turkey, which the Foreign Ministry described as "worthless."
The Turkish lira fell on Wednesday to its weakest against the dollar since October, as a result of the loss of Erdogan's party and its impasse in the local elections and the strained relations with Washington.
On Wednesday dawn, 21 Palestinians were injured during clashes erupted in the West Bank after the Israeli army stormed it to secure the Israeli entry into Nablus city. The army also launched a campaign of arrests in different parts of the West Bank, affecting more than 6 Palestinians. The army also opened fire on farmers and fishermen in Gaza.
Jared Kushner said he would present the US peace plan known as the "Century Deal" after the holy month of Ramadan, and stressed that its success needed concessions from both Palestinians and Israelis.
On Tuesday, Cairo is hosting two summits of the African Union to discuss the issues concerning the Sudanese and Libyan affairs.
The death toll from Saturday's Easter attacks in Sri Lanka has risen to 310 when many people died of their wounds on Monday night, according to a police spokesman who also announced new arrests.
After days of talking about Iran obtaining the port of Lattakia, the media outlets this time dealt with Russia's acquisition of the port of Tartous in a clear sharing of influence in Syria
Saudi authorities announced on Sunday that they had thwarted a terrorist attack on an intelligence center north of Riyadh.
The organizers of the Sudanese protests agreed on Saturday with the Transitional Military Council to "continue meetings" between the two parties to find a solution under which a civilian government will take power.
On Sunday morning, Dozens of citizens were killed and injured in 6 explosions targeting churches and hotels in Sir Lanka during Easter.
A plane carrying women and children belonging to Kosovo-based mercenaries in Syria returned to Kosovo earlier this morning, Reuters reported.
Nordic Monitor, a specialist in military and intelligence affairs, published a lengthy investigation in which it noted that day after day a friendly relationship was revealed with Daesh and the Turkish state, which found the terrorist organization a reliable partner.