The long-stalled talks — set for Monday — include a government delegation as well as opposition members and civil society representatives.
An explosion in Istanbul, which may have been a bomb, caused chaos and wounded five people on Tuesday.
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Diners and staff scramble to duck under tables and behind the bar Friday as militants open fire in the restaurant, in footage obtained by the Daily Mail.
An unidentified male teacher was stabbed but is expected to survive.
Calls about possible bombs Tuesday night prompted the airline to reroute Paris-bound planes that originated from Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter also said Monday that a "lone wolf" was behind a terror threat against Washington.
Authorities said Ismaël Omar Mostefai and Abbdulakbak B. were among eight assailants who launched Friday's rampage.
On a cool night in Paris, a series of terrorist attacks left scores of people dead, and a nation deeply wounded for the second time this year.
In remarks Friday, the president said the United States would stand in solidarity with France following the terror attacks.
Welly Nzitonda, the son of a prominent Burundian human rights activist, Pierre Claver Mbonimpa, was killed Friday in the Mutakura neighborhood of Bujumbura, the capital city.
"We are there to investigate what happened, but at present it is unclear what happened," a police spokesman said.
A new video shows Islamic State militants praising the alleged downing of an Airbus A321 while others walk around with bowls of candy.
Nigeria saw its number of telephone connections increase by more than 7 percent in the first half of the year amid expanded access to mobile phones and telecommunication services.
Almost 2,000 PSEG customers were left without power in New Jersey's Bergen County, including towns such as Hillsdale, Westwood and Woodcliff Lake.
Multiple explosions were heard at the base Sunday. The cause of the explosions remains unknown.
A state enterprise worker in Bangkok reportedly reposted a social media message that appeared to reference a future tragedy because he was concerned that something terrible could transpire.
A company executive said that Tianjin Dongjiang Port Ruihai International Logistics did not have the proper approvals to store hazaradous chemicals.
The bomb appeared to have been attached to a small motorbike, but initial reports were unclear if it was detonated inside or outside a shrine.
More than 200 people are hospitalized after an explosion in Tianjin.
In the battle for control of the African country, "you cannot distinguish [between] military and militia or police and rebels."
Burundi's capital city of Bujumbura has been the heartland of dissent and violence over President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a third term in office.