United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that the House will introduce and vote on a war powers resolution this week to limit U.S. President Donald Trump’s military actions regarding Iran.

On Monday, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei led prayers in the funeral of slain military commander Qassem Soleimani, who was killed in Iraq in a U.S. drone strike.

Huge crowds took to the streets of Iranian capital Tehran for the funeral of the slain Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani.

On Sunday, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan reacted on the recent stone-pelting incident by a mob at the Nankana Sahib gurdwara in Pakistan and compared it with the attack on Muslims in India.

On Saturday, days after the stone-pelting incident at Nankana Gurdwara in Pakistan, a 25-year-old Sikh youth was shot dead in Peshawar.

On Sunday, the Iraqi parliament called on the government to work to end all foreign troop presence as a backlash grew after the killing of a top Iranian military commander and an Iraqi militia leader in a US strike in Baghdad.

On Sunday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison found himself defending his actions again in response to the country's unprecedented bushfires crisis that has killed 24 people and left thousands more homeless.

Rain has fallen in fire-ravaged parts of Australia bringing relief to citizens.

On Sunday, Somalia’s al Shabaab militant group attacked a military base in Kenya used by both U.S. and Kenyan forces and published pictures of masked gunmen standing next to an aircraft in flames.

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said that the United States should stop abusing the power of force, adding that Washington’s “risky behaviour” violates the basic norms of international relations.

On Sunday, a global appeal initiated to help Australian firefighters tackling catastrophic bushfires raised almost Aus$25 million, as swathes of the country suffered extensive damage and the death toll from the long-running crisis hit 24.

According to the official IRIB news agency reports, the body of Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, who was killed in Iraq in a U.S. military strike, was returned to Iran on Sunday and driven through thousands of mourners.

The health authorities on Sunday said that the death toll from an airstrike that slammed into a military academy in Libya’s capital climbed to at least 30 people, most of them students.

According to a source and al Shabaab, on Sunday, Somalia’s Islamist group al Shabaab attacked a military base in Lamu county in Kenya that is used by both U.S. and Kenyan forces.

A woman has sued TripAdvisor after a runaway camel tossed her to the ground during a tour in Morocco.

On Saturday, the White House sent Congress a formal notification of Friday’s U.S. drone strike that killed a top Iranian general, amid complaints from Democrats that President Donald Trump did not notify lawmakers or seek advance approval for the attack.

On Saturday, US President Donald Trump threatened Iran that United States is targeting 52 sites in Iran and will hit them “very fast and very hard” if the Islamic republic attacks American personnel or assets.

An attacker claimed the life of one person and wounded 2 others with a knife in Paris.

Dozens of people gathered in Iraq's capital Baghdad to take part in a funeral procession for the Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani, who was killed in a US air strike on Thursday.

On Saturday, bushfires continued to rage in Australia amidst "catastrophic" conditions in the south of the country where two more deaths have been confirmed, increasing the death toll to 21.

According to the reports, ailing former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be hospitalised soon for a cardiac procedure.

India’s outgoing Ambassador to the US Harsh Vardhan Shringla has said that India and the US are close to concluding a trade package that would provide enhanced market access to both countries.

Greta Thunberg changed her name to Sharon on Twitter, in honour of a game show contestant who appeared to have no idea who she was.

Nobel Prize laureate American scientist Frances Arnold who won the award for chemistry, has retracted her latest paper.

According to the French officials, a man armed with a knife attacked passers-by Friday in a southern Paris park, wounding some, before being shot by police.

On Saturday, Iraq’s military denied an air strike had taken place on a medical convoy in Taji, north of Baghdad.

On Saturday, the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State said that it did not conduct any air strikes near Camp Taji north of Baghdad.

On Friday, the Imran Khan government tabled the Pakistan Army (Amendment) Bill, 2020 in parliament after the two main opposition parties assured they would support it.

On Friday, US President Donald Trump said top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani was “terminated” when he was on the verge of attacking US diplomats but he insisted that Washington is not seeking to topple Iran’s government.

On Friday, President Donald Trump called Iran’s Qasem Soleimani the world’s “number-one terrorist”, who had a hand in plots across the world from New Delhi to London, and said he ordered his killing to “stop a war” and not start one even as thousands of additional US troops were sent to the region.

Greta Thunberg turned 17 on Friday,. She marked her birthday with a seven-hour hour protest outside the Swedish parliament.

Australian PM Scott Morrison said that Australia will ramp up its response to the country’s “unprecedented” wildfire disaster, deploying additional army, naval and aircraft services.

Authorities on Saturday said that nearly 175,000 people remain displaced in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta and nearby towns, after flash floods and landslides claimed lives of at least 53 people, amidst some of the heaviest rain since records began.

According to the Pentagon, US President Donald Trump ordered the killing of Iran Revolutionary Guards commander Qasem Soleimani, who died in Baghdad “in a decisive defensive action to protect US personnel abroad."

On Friday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Washington is committed to “de-escalation” after a U.S. airstrike in Baghdad killed Qassem Soleimani, the architect of Iran’s growing military influence in the Middle East.

Iran’s Leader Ayatollah Khamenei vowed “severe revenge” for the killing of Qasem Soleimani, calling him a martyr.

On Thursday, US Defence Secretary Mark Esper said that there were indications Iran or forces it backs may be planning additional attacks, warning that the "game has changed" and it was possible the United States might have to take preemptive action to protect American lives.

Early on Friday, militia sources reported that Iraqi paramilitary groups said five of their members and two "guests" were killed in an airstrike on their vehicles inside Baghdad International Airport after Iraq's Security Media Cell announced that three katyusha rockets had targeted Baghdad Airport.

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