A detailed account of Bassem al-Samet's recruitment and spying for the Houthis reveals the inner workings of the militia and the extent of its commitment to Iran's agenda in Yemen.
One in four of Iraq's 40 million citizens are mentally vulnerable, the WHO says, but the country is in dire shortage of mental health specialists, with only three per one million people.
The militia's missile attack on a Saudi Aramco plant in Jeddah, a civilian facility, has been widely denounced as 'a cowardly act of terrorism'.
A report detailing the killing of al-Qaeda's second-in-command Abu Mohammed al-Masri also shed light on the regime's efforts to protect the terrorist leader in an upscale suburb of Tehran for years.
The reported deaths of al-Qaeda's leader Ayman al-Zawahiri and deputy leader Abu Mohammed al-Masri raise questions about the group's future strategy and strength.
In an address to the Shura Council, Prince Mohammed vowed the kingdom will continue to confront extremist behaviour and ideas.
Officials say the preparation of legal case files for each instance of death under torture is the first step towards ensuring justice is served.
The IRGC and its proxy militias are taking action to undermine the local population's culture as part of a broader effort to expand Iran's influence, experts say.
Recent incidents have raised concerns about a renewal of extremist activity, but experts say the situation is largely under control.
The militia has been firing artillery and tank shells in densely populated residential districts in attacks that have killed numerous civilians.