Government crackdown continues as more than 105 killed, journalists attacked and offices of critical media reported burned
They discussed "challenges facing the Gulf Arab region and repercussions on the stability and security of its countries ... and efforts to confront them," state news agency WAM reported.
Since 2016, more than 300,000 books have reportedly been confiscated in Turkey, including textbooks banned for mentioning Pennsylvania, where Erdogan rival Fethullah Gulen is exiled
The clashes were in Sadr city, a sprawling residential district of the Iraqi capital, and added to a death toll of more than 100 people killed in less than a week.
As kingdom rolls out first tourist visa, it starts to let women rent rooms without male guardian approval, allow foreign couples to stay together without proof of marriage
The Defense Ministry will now allow women to enlist in the army's air, ground, navy and missile force branches, according to reports.