World Bank President Jim Yong Kim announced a $100 million donation to the fund from Saudi Arabia and UAE.
The Jerusalem hotel has previously hosted Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin.
David Friedman’s attendance is controversial for Palestinians.
Mike Evans, founder of the Friends of Zion Museum, has had 42 posters put up across Jerusalem.
Theunis Botha was killed by the falling elephant after one of his hunting party shot it dead.
She said women should work together and educate their children well.
The president will visit key holy sites in Jerusalem and Bethlehem in his bid to revive the peace process.
Monday marks the third anniversary of a military coup that has seen a crackdown on dissent in the Asian country.
The rogue state has been working hard to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the U.S. mainland.
An Australian climber also died while approaching the summit and a Slovakian climber perished in the so-called “death zone.”
A New York Times report claimed that Beijing killed at least 12 CIA sources between 2010 and 2012.
Witnesses to the incident on Saturday afternoon said the crowd had accused the man of being a thief.
European states should say they will not allow torture again. They won’t allow it on their soil.
The Israeli Prime Minister was reportedly enraged after hearing members of his cabinet didn't want to greet Trump at Ben-Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv.
The president attended the opening of the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology on Sunday. But what was with that orb?
Here is the full transcript of his Sunday address from Riyadh, courtesy of the White House.
“Saudi Arabia’s progress, especially in recent years, is very encouraging, but there’s still a lot of work to be done," Ivanka Trump said about women's rights in the country on Sunday.
Israel has always been wary of maintaining its military edge.
The president said other countries should isolate Iran until the regime agreed to become "a partner of peace."
Trump raised the firing of the FBI director in a meeting with Russia's foreign minister to explain why he had been unable to find areas of cooperation with Moscow, administration officials say.
As the North Korea launched a new missile test Sunday, Newsweek answers the key questions about the regime’s military actions.
Critics have accused Saudi Arabia of fostering extremist violence, claims Riyadh denies.
Tehran and Riyadh are regional arch-rivals which accuse each other of sponsoring fundamentalist militias aligned to their competing sects of Islam.
President Trump called on Arab leaders to confront "Islamist extremism" in an effort to redefine his relationship with the Muslim world.
Trump is expected to seek increased cooperation against ISIS in a speech on Islam in Riyadh only weeks after attempting to implement his controversial "Muslim ban."
North Korea's Unit 180 is the source of major attacks against targets in the U.S. and Europe, worrying security experts.
Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony is rumored to have a hideout in the landlocked country, but Central African Republic has a civil war of its own.
Possession of up to half an ounce of weed would be subject to a fine of $275.
The 'New York Times' reported that China killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 CIA sources from 2010 to 2012. Investigators remain divided over whether there was a spy within the CIA who betrayed the sources or whether the Chinese hacked the CIA's covert communications system
"... they were insulted. We have enuf enemies," Trump posted about Obama's decision to not wear a head-scarf during a visit to Saudi Arabia. Melania Trump just did the same thing.