A dissident Saudi cleric has reportedly died of health complications he developed in the kingdom’s jails due to “medical negligence,” as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, Muslim preachers and intellectuals continues in the country.
Dissident cleric dies because of ‘medical negligence’ in Saudi prison
Amnesty International has called for the immediate and unconditional release of prominent Saudi dissident Muslim cleric Sheikh Salman al-Awdah, as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, Muslim preachers and intellectuals continues in the country.
Amnesty urges immediate, unconditional release of anti-regime Saudi cleric
At least 19 Saudi-led forces loyal to Yemen’s former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi have been killed in an al-Qaeda attack on a base in Yemen's southern province of Abyan.
Nearly 20 Saudi-led forces killed in al-Qaeda attack
The three guarantor states in the Syrian peace process have reiterated their commitment to preserving Syria’s sovereignty, at the end of the 13th round of talks for peace in the Arab country in Kazakhstan’s capital, Nur-Sultan.
Peace guarantors ‘committed to preserving Syria's sovereignty’
The Syrian government has agreed to a truce deal in the country’s militant-held northwestern province of Idlib on condition that a buffer zone is created between army troops and foreign-sponsored Takfiri terrorists.
Syrian government agrees to Idlib truce if buffer zone created
The former head of Israel's internal spy service, Shin Bet, has warned against the Tel Aviv regime’s plans to annex the strategically sensitive Area C of the occupied West Bank, stating that such a move would lead to “an unnecessary bloodbath.”
Annexation of West Bank Area C would lead to bloodbath, ex-Shin Bet chief warns
Yemeni Armed Forces have unveiled a new generation of domestically-built Borkan (Volcano) long-range missiles, which could act as a game changer in the face of the Saudi-led military aggression against the Arab country.
Yemeni armed forces unveil new generation of domestically-built Borkan missiles
Japan ruled out joining a US-led maritime force to guard oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz as the crisis in the region deepens, said the Mainichi newspaper, citing unidentified government sources.
Japan won't contribute ships to US Middle East maritime force: Mainichi
Turkey has started filling a huge hydroelectric dam on the Tigris river, a lawmaker and activists said, despite protests that it will displace thousands of people and risks creating water shortages downstream in Iraq.
Turkey starts filling huge Tigris river dam, activists say

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