A series of fierce clashes have broken out between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces after the Tel Aviv regime ordered the closure of a Palestinian school in the occupied West Bank.
Violent clashes erupt after Israel closes Palestinian school
Israel soldiers have wounded dozens of Palestinians who had held a protesting rally along the northern coast of the besieged Gaza Strip in a bid to break the decade-long blockade on the impoverished sliver.
Israeli forces wound dozens of Palestinian protesters in Gaza Strip
Two Royal Saudi Air Force pilots have lost their lives when their training jet crashed during a routine mission in the kingdom’s northwestern region of Tabuk.
Two pilots killed as Royal Saudi Air Force jet crashes during training
Republican Congressman Ted Yoho has said that the United States should address the humanitarian crisis in Yemen amid rising tensions with Saudi Arabia, which has launched a war of aggression against the country.
US needs to address humanitarian crisis in Yemen: Congressman
Turkish police are reportedly in possession of an audio recording, which allegedly indicates that the missing Saudi dissident journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, was killed at the Saudi consulate in the Turkish city of Istanbul, a Turkish official and a security source claim as Saudi Arabia still insists that it has no knowledge whatsoever regarding the fate of its national.
Turkish police say audio recording shows Khashoggi murdered
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi dismissed media reports about a "suicide bombing" at the site of the Iranian Embassy in Ankara and the evacuation of Iranian personnel.
Iran: No bombing at Iranian Embassy in Ankara
Iran receives US letter on Treaty of Amity pullout
Foreign Ministry: Joining FATF in Iran's interests
The border crossing between Syria and Jordan opened to people and goods on Monday after being closed for three years, reopening a route that used to carry billions of dollars of trade for countries across the region.
Syria, Jordan reopen Nassib border crossing
Syria and Jordan say they have reached an agreement to reopen a key border crossing between the two Middle Eastern countries, three years after the vital commercial lifeline fell to foreign-backed militant groups from the Syrian side and the traffic was suspended.
Syria, Jordan agree to reopen vital border crossing
Syrian security forces have discovered considerable amounts of Western and US-made munitions, including submachine guns, Kalashnikov rifles, rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) and sniper rifles, used by foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants in the country’s southwestern province of Rif Dimashq.
Syrian forces dig up US-made guns in terrorist arms cache near Damascus

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