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Israeli police cover up autistic man's killing: Mother

JERUSALEM The mother of an autistic Palestinian youth on Saturday accused Israeli police of covering up her son's killing. Iyad el-Hallak, 32, was shot dead by Israeli police in Jerusalem on...

Iraq seeks to enforce rule of law: President

BAGHDAD  Iraqi President Barham Salih said Saturday that he seeks to enforce the rule of law at the highest level of government. “The reform process requires the provision of a favorable...

Iraq's Sadr calls his supporters to continue protests

BAGHDAD Hours after Prime Minister Abdel Abdul Mahdi’s decision to step down, Iraqi Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called the Iraqi people to stay in the streets with a view to...

COVID-19 case tally surges in five Arab states

ANKARA The death tally from coronavirus rose in Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Libya on Monday, according to their health authorities. In a statement, the Omani Health Ministry said four people had...

Turkish aid agency helps Syrians fleeing Idlib attacks

ISTANBUL  A Turkish aid agency provided humanitarian aid to people of Syria’s Idlib who escaped bombardments of regime and its supporters, and took shelter near the Turkish border. The Bashar al-Assad...

Israel demolishes 16 Palestinian homes in West Bank

By Qais Abu Samra RAMALLAH, Palestine (AA) – Israeli forces demolished 16 Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank, according to a local activist and residents on Wednesday. Speaking to Anadolu...

Greek Cypriot police arrest Israeli firms' employees

ANKARA  Police of the Greek Cypriot administration arrested three Greek Cypriot employees of Israeli firms for alleged espionage, issuing arrest warrants for other three Israelis, according to local media. According to...

'3 years into unjust blockade, Qatar now stronger'

DOHA As the 2017 Gulf crisis enters its fourth year, Qatar has overcome the unjust blockade imposed on it to become stronger, yet it is still open to solutions through...

Retaliate or not?: Iran's media on scientist's murder

TEHRAN The killing of Iran’s top nuclear scientist dominated the front pages of all prominent Iranian newspapers on Saturday. The headlines reflected the popular mood in the country in the wake...

Israel approves deal on EastMed gas pipeline project

JERUSALEM The Israeli government on Sunday ratified a deal on the Eastern Mediterranean (East-Med) gas pipeline project signed with Greece and Greek Cypriot administration. In a statement, its Ministry of Energy...

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'Emerging markets won't suffer from current account deficits post-COVID'

ANKARA Imports have already surpassed pre-crisis levels in all major emerging markets but most trade deficits have not expanded due to booming exports, according to...

Thousands protest in Madrid against pardoning jailed Catalan leaders

OVIEDO, Spain Around 25,000 people poured into the streets of Madrid on Sunday to protest the Spanish government’s impending move to pardon several jailed Catalan...

Accused terrorist nabbed while trying to enter Turkey

ANKARA  A terrorist wanted with a red notice was among a dozen people arrested while trying to enter Turkey, said the National Defense Ministry on...

Mortar kills 5 civilians in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan A mortar shell fired by Taliban hit a residence in Afghanistan’s Lagman province killed five civilians, according to Afghan Army.The 201st Selab Corps...

UAE, Rwanda ban flights from Uganda due to rise in COVID-19 cases

KAMPALA, Uganda The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Rwanda have banned with immediate effect all flights from Uganda due to reports of rising COVID-19 cases...