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Attack in cafe in town south of Baquba comes a day after blasts in and around Baghdad killed at least 39 people.
Joumaili is buried in his hometown of Fallujah, Iraq, after being killed by an al Qaeda-linked group in Syria.
Al-Azhar University protesters gather in Cairo, as 21 fellow students face court over previous demonstrations.
Forces loyal to President Assad kill seven children during fighting for the town of Nabek near Damascus, activists say.
Yassin Said Noman shot at by a sniper, but saved by darmoured vehicle from bullet, Saba news agency says.
President Rouhani dons Western dress while hiking the Iranian Alborz mountain range.
At least 30 people killed, 57 wounded, in series of attacks in and around the Iraqi capital, officials say.
Palestinian President Abbas blames Israel for "cold-blooded assassination" that could undermine the peace process.
Economy minister calls for full Israeli sovereignty in Jewish settlement areas in occupied Palestinian territory.
Fourteen women and seven girls jailed for peaceful protest are released after 11-year sentences slashed.
US president says a two-state Middle East peace solution that guarantees the Jewish state's security should work.
Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel's remarks come at a time of rising tensions in their relationship with the GCC.
Iran's president shows his sporty side by hiking in the mountains outside Tehran and having pictures published online.
Women and girls jailed for taking part in protest backing deposed president Morsi make court appearance in Alexandria.
Jabhat al-Nusra has sent Al Jazeera exclusive footage of the wreckage of what it says was a Syrian government drone.
Thirty protesters arrested in Cairo and 43 "rioters" held in seven other provinces, interior ministry says.
Clashes in Sanaa follow a brazen attack on defence ministry, claimed by al-Qaeda's local branch, that killed 52 people.
Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh says country is "extremely honoured" and "humbled" by the near consensus support.
Joumaili was the eighth foreign journalist to have been killed in Syria since the conflict erupted in March 2011.
Scientists from Lausanne University say radon cannot be an explanation for elevated polonium levels in Arafat's remains.