Munira Abdulla, from the United Arab Emirates, had been unconscious since 1991 after a car crash.
An hours-long siege in Kabul ended Saturday after security forces killed all five attackers, authorities said.
The rabbis’ instructions ruled the day in the country’s recent parliamentary elections. Now, the politicians are preparing for a clash over state and religion.
Reports say dozens of troops loyal to the government have been killed by militants since Thursday.
Rights groups fear the referendum, which was organised in just a few days, won't be free or fair.
Mr Trump's call suggests he endorses General Haftar, unlike some of his allies.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Justice and Development Party, known as AKP, is asking the country's election council for a redo of the mayoral election in Istanbul, the country's financial capital and its largest city.
The women have long campaigned for equal rights and an end to the male guardianship system.
The president has vetoed a bill that would have ended the US support for the Saudi-led coalition.
Egypt's Parliament has approved constitutional changes that will allow President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to tighten his grip on government and stay in power until 2030, as authorities block a growing online petition against the changes.
Bahrain has revoked the nationality of 138 people convicted of terrorism in a mass trial, according to the kingdom's state news agency.
The case, involving a Human Rights Watch worker, tests the boundaries of criticism and protest in Israel. The advocacy group will appeal to Israel’s ...
The vote was seen by critics as another step back to authoritarianism, eight years after a pro-democracy uprising ended Hosni Mubarak’s three-decade ...
Parliament approves constitutional changes that could keep President Sisi in power until 2030.
The defendants were convicted after a mass trial of being members of an Iran-linked "terrorist cell".