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  • A picture shows freshly-minted notes of the new South Sudan pound, which pictures the late South Sudanese independence leader John Garang, in Juba on July 18, 2011. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo by - / AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)
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    Increase in cost of production plagues Sudan's factories

    The industrial sector, like other productive sectors in Sudan, suffers from many problems that have led to the closure of many factories and the displacement of thousands of workers. Among the obstacles facing the sector are the scarcity of energy and its high prices, especially electricity, and the devaluation...
  • For second week, Iran protests for 'women, life, freedom'
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    For second week, Iran protests for 'women, life, freedom'

    READ: Iran threatens celebrities supporting Mahsa Amini protests...
  • A fighter loyal to Yemen's Southern Transitional Council (STC) in Aden, Yemen on 27 August 2020 [SALEH AL-OBEIDI/AFP/Getty Images]
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    3 STC fighters killed in Houthi attack in southern Yemen

    Three Southern Transitional Council (STC) fighters were killed and two were wounded on Friday in a Houthi bombing that targeted the Lahij municipality in southern Yemen, according to an STC military spokesperson. Southern Armed Forces (STC military formations) spokesperson, Mohammed Al-Naqib, told Anadolu news agency that "three soldiers were...
  • Smoke rises over the headquarters following an attack in the Koy Sanjaq district of Erbil, Iraq on September 28, 2022. [Ahsan Mohammed Ahmed Ahmed - Anadolu Agency]
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    Egypt condemns Iranian attack on Kurdistan region of Iraq

    The Egyptian Foreign Ministry has condemned the Iranian bombing of areas in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, describing it as a "blatant violation of Iraq's sovereignty and security". In a press statement made available to the Russia Today Arabic news website, the Ministry denounced Iran's attacks on areas in...
  • Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati on April 21, 2022 [Lebanese Presidency/Anadolu Agency]
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    Lebanon will gradually phase in new official FX rate, PM says

    Lebanon will roll out a new official exchange rate of 15,000 pounds per dollar gradually, with initial exceptions to include banks' balance sheets and housing loan repayments to which the old rate will still apply, the Prime Minister said, Reuters reports. In a Reuters interview, Najib Mikati sought to...
  • Palestinians stage a protest against Jewish settlers' raid at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Gaza City, Gaza on September 25, 2022 [Mustafa Hassona - Anadolu Agency]
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    Israel forces, settlers attacked 15 mosques in West Bank since start of year

    Israeli occupation forces and right-wing Jewish settlers have attacked 15 mosques since the beginning of the year, Palestinian Minister of Endowments and Religious Affairs Hatem Al-Bakri said in a statement yesterday. Bakri explained that these violations come as part of the occupation's policy aimed at allowing settlers to carry...
  • ANTALYA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 28: In this photo illustration, a computer screen displays the logo of "TikTok" and a padlock is seen next to this logo in Antalya, Turkey on February 28, 2021. ( Mustafa Çiftçi - Anadolu Agency )
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    Kuwait sentences TikTok influencers to 2 years for 'violating public morals'

    The Kuwaiti Public Prosecution today sentenced two popular TikTok influencers to lengthy prison sentences on charges of violating public morals in their social media videos. According to Kuwait's Al-Rai newspaper, the girls, whose identity has not been published, will be punished with two years imprisonment, in addition to a...
  • BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JUNE 20: Turkish Presidential Spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin (C-R) speaks during a press conference following NATO-hosted talks with Finland and Sweden in Brussels, Belgium on June 20, 2022. Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal (C-L) also attended. ( Dursun Aydemir - Anadolu Agency )
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    Sweden resumes arms exports to Turkiye after NATO membership bid

    Sweden's Inspectorate of Strategic Products (ISP) said on Friday that it had reversed a ban against exporting military equipment to Turkiye, following the Nordic country's decision to join the NATO military alliance and agreement to overcome Turkish objections, Reuters reports. Sweden and Finland sought membership to NATO earlier this year following Russia's invasion of Ukraine,...
  • Egypt promotes tourism amid gas crisis in Europe
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    Egypt encourages Europeans to move to its coast to avoid Russia gas cuts

    READ: Israel says it will fight Booking.com over planned safety warning on West Bank listings...
  • A lab technician works on samples to test for cholera, at a hospital in Syria's northern city of Aleppo on September 11, 2022 [AFP via Getty Images]
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    Cholera outbreaks surging worldwide, fatality rates rising - WHO

    Cholera cases have surged this year, especially in places of poverty and conflict, with outbreaks reported in 26 countries and fatality rates rising sharply, a World Health Organisation official said on Friday, Reuters reports. In a typical year, fewer than 20 countries report outbreaks of the disease, which is...
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    Tunisia dinar falls to record low against dollar

    Central Bank of Tunisia data showed yesterday that the Tunisian dinar fell to a record low against the US dollar, causing concerns about a possible decline in foreign exchange reserves and rise in inflation, Reuters reports. The annual inflation rate in Tunisia increased to 8.6 per cent in August,...
  • An image of Saudi Arabia's Prince Ben Salman depicting him with bloody hands full of US Dollar notes buying arms and missiles from Donald Trump and Theresa May which are used against Yemeni people on October 29, 2019 in Belfast, United Kingdom. [Kaveh Kazemi/Getty Images]
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    Germany approves new arms exports to Saudi Arabia despite ban since 2018

    Germany's coalition government has approved new arms export deals to Saudi Arabia, despite the ban imposed as a result of its involvement in the war in Yemen. According to DW News, Germany's Economy Minister and Vice Chancellor, Robert Habeck, confirmed in a letter to the German federal parliament that...
  • KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT - SEPTEMBER 29: People cast their votes in parliamentary elections at a polling station in Shamiya, Kuwait on September 29, 2022. ( Jaber Abdulkhaleg - Anadolu Agency )
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    Opposition groups secure nearly 60% of Kuwait's National Assembly

    Kuwaiti opposition groups secured nearly 60 per cent of the seats in the 50-seat National Assembly, according to the final results of early parliamentary elections announced on Friday, Anadolu News Agency reports. According to the results, only 23 members of the previous parliament managed to keep their seats in...
  • ANKARA, TURKEY - JANUARY 11: Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu (R) speaks during a joint press conference held with Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Tahsin Ertugruloglu (L) after meeting in Ankara, Turkey on January 11, 2021. ( Aytaç Ünal - Anadolu Agency )
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    Turkiye to take recognition of northern Cyprus to UN General Assembly

    Turkiye is preparing to take the Cyprus issue to the UN General Assembly in order to remove the obstacles to recognition of the breakaway state in the north, Reuters reports. According to the report, the framework of the strategy for recognising the pseudo-state was drawn up at the regular...
  • A view of Iranian newspapers with headlines of the death of 22 years old Mahsa Amini who died after being arrested by morality police allegedly not complying with strict dress code in Tehran, Iran on September 18, 2022. [Fatemeh Bahrami - Anadolu Agency]
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    Iran threatens celebrities supporting Mahsa Amini protests

    Iran has threatened to "take action" against celebrities who have in recent days supported the demonstrations sparked by the death in custody of Mahsa Amini. Iran has been shaken by a wave of protests, which have claimed the lives of scores of people, following the death of the 22-year-old...
  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan makes a speech as he attends the Economic Transformation and New Paradigms Summit at the Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul, Turkiye on September 30, 2022. [Murat Kula - Anadolu Agency]
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    Erdogan reveals intelligence talks with Syria regime

    The Turkish intelligence service has been conducting negotiations with the Syrian regime of Bashar Al-Assad in Damascus to define a "road map" on several issues, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has revealed. "Our intelligence service is conducting negotiations there , and we will define our road map based on the...
  • Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu makes a speech as he holds a press conference at the Japan National Press Club in Tokyo, Japan on September 26, 2022. [Fatih Aktaş - Anadolu Agency]
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    Turkiye to deploy more troops in northern Cyprus, FM says

    Turkiye will deploy more troops to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus to protect Turkish Cypriots, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said yesterday, Anadolu news agency reported. Speaking at a youth gathering in Pamukkale province, Cavusoglu said Ankara is determined to protect the rights and interests of Turkish Cypriots in...
  • A courthouse in Tunis, Tunisia 6 May 2012 [BELAID/AFP via Getty Images]
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    Tunisia court postpones appeal into case alleging involvement in sending jihadists abroad

    Tunisia's Court of Appeal yesterday postponed the hearing into the appeal submitted by the Public Prosecutor against a judge's decision to release 39 defendants who are under investigation for helping to send jihadists to Syria. Defence lawyer, Samir Dilou, said the appeal will now be heard on 13 October....
  • Sami Abu Shehadeh, a member of the Knesset for the Joint List and leader of Balad party, speaks during a press conference to announce the launch of their campaign on February 20, 2021. [AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images]
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    Israel Elections Committee bans Arab party from running

    The Israeli Central Elections Committee yesterday approved a motion to ban the National Democratic Assembly (Balad) from running in the upcoming Knesset elections. The committee voted with nine ballots being placed to ban the party and five against the motion. The committee accuses Balad, led by MK Sami Abu...
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    Ultra-Orthodox Jews protest joining Israeli army

    READ: Israel closes Hebron's Ibrahimi Mosque amid Jewish New Year celebrations ...
  • People including journalists gather to stage a protest against the detention of journalist Ghassen Ben Khelifa on the charge of "suspicion of terrorism" in Tunis, Tunisia on September 09, 2022. [Yassine Gaidi - Anadolu Agency]
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    Tunisia: 820 people are charged with sending jihadists abroad, number is likely to rise

    Some 820 people including politicians have been charged in the case of sending jihadists to Syria, a judicial official in Tunisia said yesterday. The official spokesman of the Court of Appeal in the capital, Habib Tarkhani, added that the number is likely to increase. The president of the Ennahda...
  • A photo shows a view of the Greek deployment of armored vehicles on the Aegean islands with non-military status in violation of the international law, recorded by the Turkish Armed Forces drones at Aegean Sea, Unspecified on September 18, 2022. [Turkish National Defense Ministry - Anadolu Agency]
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    Aegean Sea tensions threaten NATO' s unity

    For the first time in its long history, NATO's unity is under threat as a result of the rift between two of its members; Turkiye and Greece and their manoeuvres in the Aegean Sea. The latest crisis between the two began in August when Turkiye accused its neighbour of...
  • Palestinians clash with Israeli forces during a protest against the killing of 4 Palestinians in an Israeli military raid into the Jenin refugee camp in Jenin, West Bank on September 28, 2022. [Nedal Eshtayah - Anadolu Agency]
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    OIC condemns Israel aggression on Jenin refugee camp

    The General Secretariat of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has condemned the Israeli aggression on Jenin refugee camp in the northern occupied West Bank which resulted in the death of four Palestinians and dozens being injured, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. "This crime and other previous repeated Israeli...
  • Oil tanker SC Hong Kong is seen off the port of Bandar Abbas, southern Iran, on July 2, 2012. [Photo credit should read ATTA KENARE/AFP/GettyImages]
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    US imposes new sanctions on Iran oil exports; targets Chinese firms

    The United States, on Thursday, imposed sanctions on companies it accused of involvement in Iran's petrochemical and petroleum trade, including some based in China and India, pressuring Tehran as it seeks to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Reuters reports. US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, said in a...
  • Flag of Morocco [Kristin Harvey/Flickr]
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    French Ambassador to Morocco leaves post amid tension

    The French Ambassador to Morocco, Helen Le Gall, said Thursday she was ending her tenure in the North African nation, Anadolu News Agency reports. The diplomat said her 3-year tenure in Morocco was full of "fruitful cooperation and rich meetings." Morocco: Parliament denounces EP resolution on migration crisis with...
  • 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters in New York City on September 20, 202 [Tayfun Coşkun - Anadolu Agency]
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    'Well of solutions' or problems: Why reforming the UN is critical

    The 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly was, in many ways, similar to the 76th session and many other previous sessions: at best, a stage for rosy rhetoric that is rarely followed by tangible action or, at worse, a mere opportunity for some world leaders to score...
  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan [in Ankara, Turkey on October 06, 2020. ( Ali Balıkçı - Anadolu Agency]
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    Turkiye to reinforce military presence in N. Cyprus after US arms embargo lifted: Erdogan

    Turkiye is set to reinforce its military presence of 40,000 troops in northern Cyprus with more arms and equipment, following the United States' lifting of an arms embargo off the island. Speaking to CNN Turk in a televised interview, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called the lifting of the...
  • Book shop owner Shadi Abu Nasser [Shadi Abu Nasser]
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    Shadi: From a sidewalk school book seller to a connoisseur of books and bookstore owner

    Shadi Abu Nasser, graduate in English literature, has been working in the book trade field since 2007 up to now. He began to work in the field of books by chance, due to financial difficulties while he was preparing for high school in 2006. Nasser says: I had a...
  • Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup countdown clock in Doha, Qatar on 12 August 2022 [MUSTAFA ABUMUNES/AFP/Getty Images]
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    Qatar confirms COVID test requirements for World Cup fans

    Fans attending the World Cup in Qatar must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test, regardless of their vaccination status, organisers said in a statement on Thursday, Reuters reports. All visitors aged six and over must present a negative result from a PCR test taken within 48 hours before...
  • Egyptian policemen stand guard in the streets of North Sinai on 26 July 2018 [KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/Getty Images]
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    Egypt: police officers sent to prison for torturing man to death

    An Egyptian court on Wednesday sentenced two police officers to six years in prison after they were found guilty of torturing Mahmoud Khamis Gaber to death while he was in police custody. The Minya Criminal Court heard that the torture included electric shocks and sexual abuse. Two other suspects...
  • Rayyan Suleiman, from the town of Tuqu near Bethlehem city, had fallen from a height while running away from Israeli soldiers [@IntellecFront/Twitter]
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    Palestinian boy, 7, dies after being chased by Israel army

    A 7-year-old Palestinian child died, Thursday, while being chased by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank, according to the Health Ministry, Anadolu News Agency reports. A Ministry statement said Rayyan Suleiman, from the town of Tuqu near Bethlehem city, had fallen from a height while running away from...
  • Entrance into the Jenin camp for Palestinian refugees in occupied West Bank on 10 September 2020 [JAAFAR ASHTIYEH/AFP/Getty Images]
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    Deadly raid at refugee camp highlights need for Israel-Palestine talks: EU official

    A deadly Israeli police raid at a refugee camp highlights the need to re-launch talks between Israel and Palestine because "ordinary people are paying the price" in the peace process between the two sides, a EU's Foreign Affairs spokesman said Thursday, Anadolu News Agency reports. Peter Stano told reporters...
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    Palestinians injured by Israeli settlers in occupied West Bank

    A group of Israeli settlers protected by the Israeli army attacked a house in the occupied West Bank village of Madama yesterday. At least 21 Palestinians were injured during the attack. Eyewitnesses said that the Jewish settlers attacked the house with stones and sticks. They added that around 20...
  • Salah Hamouri, Franco-Palestinian lawyer on October 1, 2020 [ABBAS MOMANI/AFP via Getty Images]
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    Israel: detained lawyer goes on hunger strike

    French-Palestinian lawyer Salah Hamouri has gone on hunger strike in protest against his administrative detention by Israel. This cruel and unjust practice means that prisoners can be held indefinitely with neither charge nor trial by the occupation authorities. Human rights defender Hamouri was detained at his home in the...
  • Close-up of a pint glass of amber ale beer, December 24, 2021. [Gado/Getty Images]
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    19 people have died in Morocco from drinking contaminated alcoholic beverages

    19 people in northern Morocco have died of poisoning after drinking contaminated alcoholic drinks, local media reported on Wednesday. Several news websites said that the city of Al-Qasr Al-Kabir witnessed the death of nine people on Tuesday after drinking "bad alcohol". The Al-Youm 24 website quoted the local representative...
  • A photograph shows the entrance of "Al Madina al Mounawara" mosque in Cannes, southern France, on January 12, 2022. - Accused of having propagated "anti-Semitic remarks", a mosque in Cannes (Alpes-Maritimes) is targeted by a closure procedure announced on January 12, 2022 France's Interior ministor Gerald Darmanin, while the municipality had "alerted for a long time" on remarks of the rector "questioning the state and France". (Photo by Valery HACHE / AFP) (Photo by VALERY HACHE/AFP via Getty Images)
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    France closes another mosque

    The government in France has announced that it is closing another mosque. Media reports yesterday said that the closure of the Obernai Mosque in the Bas-Rhin region is because the Imam has been accused of extremism, taking an anti-French position and making provocative comments against the values of the...
  • General view with Qatar written on the screens of the Exhibition and Convention Center at Doha Exhibition Center on April 01, 2022 in Doha, Qatar [Tnani Badreddine/vi/DeFodi Images via Getty Images]
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    Qatar expects $9bn in profits from World Cup

    The CEO of the Qatar World Cup, Nasser Al-Khater, said he expects to reap profits of up to $9 billion from organising the 2022 World Cup. During an interview with the Baad Ams (After Yesterday) podcast on Al Jazeera on Tuesday, Al-Khater said that the cost of the World...
  • A Kuwaiti woman, wearing a protective mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic, casts her ballot at a polling station during parliamentary elections in Kuwait City on December 5, 2020. - Kuwait's parliamentary elections have started under the shadow of Covid-19, with facilities laid on for citizens infected with the disease to vote in special polling stations. The oil-rich country has enforced some of the strictest regulations in the Gulf to combat the spread of the coronavirus, imposing a months-long nationwide lockdown earlier this year. (Photo by Yasser Al-Zayyat / AFP) (Photo by YASSER AL-ZAYYAT/AFP via Getty Images)
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    Kuwait votes to elect new parliament

    Kuwaiti voters began to cast ballots on Thursday in the Gulf country's parliamentary elections, Anadolu News Agency reports. Polling stations opened at 08:00 a.m., local time, (0600GMT) and will close at 08:00 p.m. (1800GMT). Some 795,911 voters are eligible to cast vote in Thursday's polls to elect members of...
  • HEBRON, WEST BANK - AUGUST 09: Israeli forces detain 15-year-old Palestinian Mustafa al-Husays without providing medical assistance after shooting and wounding him during the protest in Hebron, West Bank on August 09, 2022. ( Amer Shallodi - Anadolu Agency )
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    EU warns situation in West Bank 'very fragile'

    The European Union yesterday expressed its concern over the escalation of violence in the West Bank city of Jenin, warning that the situation is already "very fragile". "Deploring the loss of life and alarmed by the spike in violence today in Jenin following ISF incursions with several...
  • Tunisia's new President Kais Saied takes the oath of office on October 23, 2019 at the parliament in Tunis. - Saied, a conservative academic with no previous political experience who won the overwhelming support of younger voters in an October 13 runoff, was sworn in before members of the constituent assembly and other top state bodies. (Photo by Fethi Belaid / AFP) (Photo by FETHI BELAID/AFP via Getty Images)
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    Tunisia: political bloc condemns regime and warns against police state

    A political bloc of five parties in Tunisia expressed on Wednesday its categorical rejection of the "coup authority's" iron-fist policy and security solutions in the face of growing civil society movements and the regime's apparent inability to address the economic crisis. The bloc consists of the Labour and Republican...
  • Signs at the seats where Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and Palestinian representative Saeb Erekat were to sit in a meeting with the Middle East Quartet during the 68th Session of the United Nations General Assembly September 27, 2013 at UN headquarters in New York [STAN HONDA/AFP via Getty Images]
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    Israel defiant against UN resolution to halt illegal settlements, UN Envoy says

    A United Nations Envoy has acknowledged that Israel continues to defy a Resolution by the UN Security Council (UNSC) to immediately cease all activity in building illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, as Tel Aviv has advanced plans for the construction of almost 2,000 housing units for settlements...
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    Denmark's World Cup shirt slams Qatar's rights record

    READ: Turkiye sending 3,000 police to Qatar to help secure World Cup...
  • A car drives past a road signal indicating the Allenby (King Hussein) bridge crossing point to Jordan (background), in the city of Jericho in the occupied West Bank, on January 28, 2021. [AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images]
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    24-hour opening of Israel-Jordan crossing postponed

    The opening of the Karameh crossing between Jordan and Israel for operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week, has been postponed, US Ambassador to Israel Tom Nides said during a press conference held in Jerusalem yesterday. The opening of the Karameh crossing (The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge) was postponed...
  • A view of a billboard, part of a campaign organised by Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories (B'Tselem) ahead of US President's arrival for an official visit in Bethlehem, West Bank on July 13, 2022. [Hisham K. K. Abu Shaqra - Anadolu Agency]

    Palestinian civil society must be protected against 'rogue state' Israel, say NGOs

    The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch (HRW) have gathered as a delegation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) to voice their support for Palestinian civil society and fight against Israel's abusive and prolonged occupation, annexation, impunity and apartheid. The NGO delegation described...
  • The Golden Horn (Halic) is seen from Pierre Loti of Eyup District in Istanbul, Turkey on February 1, 2017 [Şebnem Coşkun / Anadolu Agency]
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    To discuss global economic shifts, economists from around the world converge on Istanbul

    An International Economic Summit featuring experts from across the world began in the Turkish metropolis, Istanbul, on Thursday to discuss the major shifts that have hit the global economy in recent years, Anadolu News Agency reports. At the one-day event, titled "Economic Transformation and New Paradigms", world-renowned academics from...
  • The Bank of Algeria [Twitter]
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    Algeria inflation rate rises to 9.6%

    The inflation rate in Algeria increased to 9.6 per cent at the end of August, amid the rise in the prices of basic commodities globally and its impact on local markets, Anadolu reported. Deputy Director-General of the Algerian National Office of Statistics, Hamid Zaydouni, revealed the rate during a...
  • Michel Aoun, Lebanon's president, speaks in a prerecorded video during the United Nations General Assembly via live stream in New York, U.S., on Friday, 24 Sept. 2021. [Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images]
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    Lebanese Parliament fails to elect new president

    Meeting in the capital, Beirut, Lebanon's Parliament on Thursday failed to elect a new president, threatening to deepen the country's continuing crises, Anadolu News Agency reports. Candidate, Michel Mouawad, backed by the Lebanese Forces Party, failed to get the necessary votes to win the post, and pushed to hold...
  • A model of the SkyStriker drone by Israel's Elbit Systems, dubbed "the suicide drone" [Facebook]
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    Israel green lights use of drones to assassinate Palestinians in West Bank: Report

    The Israeli army has green lighted the use of armed drones to carry out assassinations against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, Israeli media reported on Thursday, Anadolu News Agency reports. Army Chief, Aviv Kochavi, gave his approval to use the armed drones for assassinations and "to carry out...
  • A recent undated file photo of Israel's nuclear reactor at Dimona. (Photo by Getty Images)
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    Israel is willing to share nuclear tech with Arab states it made peace with

    Israel has said it is "ready" to share its nuclear technology with Arab countries that have normalised relations with it, according to Israeli Atomic Energy Commission (IAEC) Director General Moshe Edri. Edri made the comments yesterday during an address to the 66th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy...
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    Israel lifts ban on sale of Gaza fish in West Bank

    Palestinian fishermen in Gaza have started to send fish to the occupied West Bank, after Israel lifted the fishing ban recently.The ban on fishing and selling fish had been in place for about one and a half months, since Israel's last attack on Gaza on 5 August. Although the...
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