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Pentagon: 4 US, 2 international peacekeepers injured by IED in Sinai

Pentagon: 4 US, 2 international peacekeepers injured by IED in Sinai

Four Americans and two international peacekeepers have been injured in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula by an improvised bomb, the Pentagon said Thursday. Read more

Refugees’ plight exposes the moral degeneration of modern politics

Refugees’ plight exposes the moral degeneration of modern politics

David Cameron’s hard-line refusal to take more refugees from the Middle East is dismaying, especially after the distressing image of a lifeless Syrian child, refused asylum by Canada and washed up on a Turkish tourist beach captured global attention. Thousands of people are calling for Britain to do more. Read more

Palestinian foreign minister warns Israel that it's plans in Jerusalem will lead to religious war in the region

Palestinian foreign minister warns Israel that it's plans in Jerusalem will lead to religious war in…

Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Maliki warned on Thursday that Israeli plans to impose a temporal and spatial division of Al-Aqsa Mosque will lead to religious war in the region. Read more

119 Brotherhood supporters jailed in Egypt

119 Brotherhood supporters jailed in Egypt

Some 119 Muslims Brotherhood supporters were sentenced to between 10 years and life in Egypt yesterday on charges of violence and burning a church in 2013. Read more

PSC calls for protests against Netanyahu's visit to UK

PSC calls for protests against Netanyahu's visit to UK

The Palestine Solidarity Campaign has called for a mass protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to London next week. Read more

Jordanian parties criticise election law

Jordanian parties criticise election law

More than 20 Jordanian parties on Wednesday criticised the new election law for 2015, which was announced by the government two days ago. The government said that it adopted the election law of 1989, Quds Press reported. Read more

Egypt will not stop importing gas from Israel after discovery of Zohr gas field

Egypt will not stop importing gas from Israel after discovery of Zohr gas field

Arabs48.com reported Reuters as saying on Wednesday, that Egypt's Petroleum Minister Sharif Ismail has played down Israeli fears that Egypt might end potential Israeli-Egyptian deals to export Israeli gas to Egypt. Read more

Egypt refuses appeal against MB terror charges

Egypt refuses appeal against MB terror charges

An Egyptian court on Wednesday returned an appeal filed by Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Supreme Guide Mohamed Badei and other leaders against blacklisting the group, Quds Press reported. Read more

Stone-throwing manipulated to further Israel’s security propaganda

Stone-throwing manipulated to further Israel’s security propaganda

Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon’s previous rhetoric about increasing security following the Duma arson attack and Palestinian retaliation is now being echoed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who, according to the Times of Israel, is mulling over the possibility of using live fire upon Palestinian act... Read more

300 Palestinian minors held in Israeli jails

300 Palestinian minors held in Israeli jails

Some 301 Palestinian minors are being held in Israeli jails, a report released yesterday revealed. Read more

Moscow denies joining Assad’s fight against Daesh

Moscow denies joining Assad’s fight against Daesh

Russia yesterday denied Israeli news reports that it is ready to participate in the operations against Daesh in Syria, Almesryoon.com reported. Read more

Israeli soldiers burn Palestinian house in Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers burn Palestinian house in Jerusalem

A Palestinian house in the Al-Issawiyeh neighbourhood of occupied Jerusalem was burnt yesterday after Israeli soldiers threw tear gas canisters at Palestinian youths, Quds Press reported. Read more

Mubarak-era figures to run in Egypt elections

Mubarak-era figures to run in Egypt elections

Loyalists of former President Hosni Mubarak can run in Egypt’s upcoming parliamentary elections, a spokesman for the country’s election commission said. Read more

UN report notes use of cluster bombs in five countries

UN report notes use of cluster bombs in five countries

While eight more countries have ratified an international treaty banning cluster bombs, the deadly explosives continue to be used in Libya, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine and Yemen, a new UN report said on Thursday. Read more

Venezuela abolishes entrance visa for Palestinians

Venezuela abolishes entrance visa for Palestinians

Venezuela has abolished entrance visas for Palestinians, the Palestinian ministry of foreign Affairs said on Wednesday. Read more

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