Monday, 26 October, 2020
Israeli settlers raid Aqsa Mosque in al-Quds as site reopens after lockdown
Extremist Israeli settlers have stormed the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds under the protection of regime forces, only a few hours after the sacred site was reopened following more than two months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Resistance should be given freedom to counter Israeli annexation plot: Hamas

Turkey planning to set up 2 permanent military bases in Libya
Turkey is reportedly planning to set up two permanent military bases in Libya following the Tripoli government’s operation to retake areas seized by rebel forces under the command of renegade general Khalifa Haftar.
Robust production can fight off sanctions, other economic viruses: Khamenei
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says an economy made robust through enhanced production can fend for itself and counter various intrusive elements such as sanctions that can harm an economy like a virus can hurt the human body.
Syria, Iran, Yemen blast Germany’s blacklisting of Hezbollah
Syria, Iran and Yemen have slammed the German government’s decision to designate Hezbollah a “terrorist organization”, saying Berlin has complied with the dictates of Washington and Tel Aviv to ban the resistance movement.
Saudi Arabia, US urge UAE-aligned separatists to rescind self-rule
Saudi Arabia has urged the separatists allied with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to end the self-rule rule they have newly announced in Yemen’s south and return to cooperation under a Riyadh deal, as a rift in the Saudi-led coalition waging war on Yemen cracks open again.
Israeli minister in Cairo amid Egyptians’ opposition
The Israeli regime’s Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz arrived in Cairo on Sunday to attend a natural gas conference in a rare visit to Egypt by an Israeli official, airport sources said.
Turkey says 'not intimated' after Trump threatens economic devastation
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Turkey will not be intimidated by US President Donald Trump's threat to “devastate" its economy if Ankara attacked Kurdish militants in Syria.
Jordan king visits Iraq for first time in 10 years
Jordanian King Abdullah II has made his first trip to Baghdad in more than a decade, meeting Iraqi President Barham Saleh.
Qatar rejects normalising ties with 'criminal' Assad
Qatar's foreign minister ruled out on Monday the possibility of re-opening an embassy in Damascus, in line with some other Gulf countries, calling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad a war criminal.
Egypt mulls breaking two-term limit for President Sisi
Supporters of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi are calling for constitutional changes so that the head of state can stay in power once his second term ends in 2022.
Palestine won’t let US sell occupied al-Quds to Israel: Abbas
President Mahmoud Abbas says Palestine will never allow the United States to sell Jerusalem al-Quds to Israel, reiterating that the occupied city will remain the eternal capital of the state of Palestine.
Sudan's Bashir orders probe into deadly protests
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has ordered an investigation into two weeks of violent protests against the government's economic policies and his 29-year rule.
'US occupation is over': Iraqi leaders slam Trump visit
Iraqi political and militia leaders have condemned US President Donald Trump's unannounced trip to Iraq as a violation of their country's sovereignty.
Israel plans to build 2,200 settler homes, says NGO
Israeli authorities have advanced plans for nearly 2,200 settlement homes in occupied West Bank, the Peace Now NGO said on Wednesday, the first such approval since snap elections were called earlier this week.
37 protesters killed by police in Sudan protests: Amnesty
Amnesty International says it has received "credible reports" that Sudan's security forces have shot dead nearly 40 protesters in clashes during anti-government demonstrations that erupted last week in many parts of the country.
Erdogan calls Netanyahu a ‘tyrant’ as war of words heats up
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has hit back at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after the latter accused Turkey of invading Cyprus
 
 
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