In an interview with Italian Rai News TV, Bashar al Assad stated that the chaos in Syria was due to Europe's role from the beginning.
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry summoned British, French and German ambassadors.
Yemeni Ministry of Health's Spokesman Yousef Al-Hadhri said more than 800 Yemeni children have been permanently disabled after being wounded in military attacks of the coalition of Saudi Arabia and its allies.
The Deputy Chief of Hezbollah's Executive Council, Sheikh Ali Daamoush, has said the US wanted to use the protests in Lebanon in order to weaken the Lebanese Resistance movement and to exclude it from Lebanese politics altogether.
The United States has formally restarted peace negotiations with the Taliban aimed at finding a political settlement ending the war in Afghanistan.
Thousands of Iraqi people took to the capital's street, Baghdad on Friday, in support of the top Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Sistani.
The chairman of the political council of Lebanon's Hezbollah confirmed the Lebanese' economic and livelihood demands and stressed that the next government must realize the demands as soon as possible.
The people in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on Thursday took to the streets to voice against saboteurs.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister in a meeting with his Kuwaiti counterpart voiced Iran's determination to develop and strengthen relations with regional countries, saying that Tehran is ready to find a proper mechanism to implement Hormuz Peace Endeavor.
Entangled in political and financial scandals at home, Israeli regime's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Lisbon during which they discussed the Middle East and metastasizing economic terrorism against Iran.