These are some of the headlines we are tracking for you in this edition of Press TV's Top 5:
- Iran says it holds the US administration responsible for the preservation of Iranian funds and if they are plundered, Tehran will seek reparations.
- Venezuela’s Supreme Court rejects a bill proposed by opposition lawmakers aimed at shortening the term of the embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
- Syria’s U-N envoy accuses Riyadh and Ankara of instructing terror groups to carry out attacks in Syria, linking the attacks to the Saudi-backed opposition that left the peace talks last week.
- The U-N Security Council urges all Yemen warring sides to develop a roadmap for implementing interim security measures and the U-N chief to submit a broad peace plan for the country.
- Egyptian police fire teargas and birdshot at demonstrators demanding President Sisi resign over his decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.