Israel has reopened two vital border crossings between the occupied territories and the blockaded Gaza Strip, about a week after it closed them amid escalating tensions with Palestinians in the enclave.
Israel reopens Gaza crossings after one-week closure
Israeli tanks have shelled the Gaza Strip after alleged rocket fire from the blockaded coastal sliver into the occupied territories.
Israeli tanks hit positions in Gaza after ‘rocket fire’
The Permanent Secretariat of the International Conference on Supporting Palestinian Intifada in a statement vowed returning of the Palestinians to their occupied homeland and liberation of the Holy Quds soon.
Int’l confab on supporting Intifada vows liberation of Holy Quds
The US's controversial decision to recognize Israeli “sovereignty” over Syria’s occupied Golan Heights has raised concerns among Lebanese officials about the fate of Shebaa Farms which remain under occupation by the Tel Aviv regime.
Lebanese concerned over fate of Shebaa Farms after Trump’s Golan decision
At least 30 people, including civilians and police forces, have been killed in separate attacks by Taliban militants across Afghanistan, officials say.
Over 30 Afghan civilians, officers killed in multiple Taliban attacks
Heavy rains have caused flash floods in western Afghanistan that killed at least 17 people, destroyed homes and swept through makeshift shelters housing displaced families, a government official says.
Afghanistan floods kill 17, worsen already desperate situation
A Palestinian man was killed by Israeli fire on the Gaza fence early Saturday, hours ahead of planned mass protests marking the anniversary of the Great March of Return and the Palestinian Land Day.
Israel kills Palestinian man as Gaza gears up for 'Great March of Return' protests
The Israeli regime’s artillery unit targeted a watchtower belonging to Resistance forces in Gaza Strip.
Israeli artillery unit targets Gaza Strip
Tunisia Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui said Palestine issue is still a priority for Arab joint efforts to support Palestinians to retake their legitimate rights.
Tunisia: Palestine issue on Arab joint measures agenda
Iraqi Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbusi says he hopes the United States will keep waiving sanctions on energy imports from neighboring Iran, noting that the Arab country will need to purchase electricity from the Islamic Republic for three years.
Iraq needs to import electricity from Iran for 3 years: Parliament speaker

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