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Palestinian prisoners go on hunger strike to protest administrative detention
Over 6000 Palestinian prisoners are languishing in Israeli jails. Hundreds of these inmates are held without any charge or trial under what’s known as administrative detention deemed illegal based on international law. Now, six Palestinian prisoners are refusing food to protest the policy. Among those six protesters there is Heba al-Labadi, a Palestinian-Jordanian national who has been on a hunger strike for over three weeks.
UN decries 'unprecedented' civilian casualties in Afghanistan
The United Nations says an "unprecedented" number of civilians were killed or injured in the third quarter of 2019 across violence-wracked Afghanistan, calling the violence "totally unacceptable."
Sondland: Trump pushed for Ukraine probe of Biden's firm
A US diplomat has told Congress that President Donald Trump directed administration officials to work with his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, on Ukraine matters, including seeking a probe of a Ukrainian company with ties to Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
New Brexit deal may fail to persuade MPs at home
As a Brexit deal has been provisionally agreed upon between the UK Government and EU officials, major challenges await Prime Minister Boris Johnson at home.
Syria will respond through all legitimate means to Turkish aggression: Assad
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the Damascus government will respond through all legitimate means available to the ongoing ground offensive by Turkish soldiers and allied Takfiri militants against Kurdish forces in the northern part of the war-battered Arab country.
Over 750 Israeli settlers violate Aqsa Mosque protected by Israeli forces
More than 750 Israeli settlers have violated the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied Old City of East Jerusalem al-Quds under the strict protection of regime forces as part of recent mass break-ins into the Islamic holy site.
Syria: Turkish offensive anchored in Erdogan’s expansionist illusions
The Syrian government has strongly condemned the ongoing ground offensive by Turkish soldiers and allied Takfiri militants against Kurdish forces in the northern part of the war-battered Arab country, saying the military operation has its roots in the "expansionist ambitions and illusions" of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's administration.
Turkey’s Syria incursion displaces over 300,000: Monitor
Turkey's offensive against Kurdish-controlled areas of northeastern Syria has displaced over 300,000 people, a report says.
Turkey bank says US using Iran sanctions over Syria offensive
Turkey’s second largest state bank Halkbank has slammed the United States for using sanctions related to Iran over a current standoff with Turkey on the situation in Syria.
Democrat Elijah Cummings, at center of Trump inquiry, dies at 68
Senior US Democratic congressman Elijah Cummings, who was at the center of the Trump impeachment inquiry, died Thursday at the age of 68, his office said.
Italy retrieves seven bodies from October 7 migrant shipwreck
Italy has recovered the bodies of a child and six other people from the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea, more than a week after a crowded migrant boat capsized off the coast of the island of Lampedusa.
Iran mulling 4th step of reducing JCPOA commitments
Head of Iranian President's Office Mahmoud Vaezi said on Thursday that a special committee is studying Iran's 4th step of reducing JCPOA commitments.
Syria will respond through all legitimate means to Turkish aggression: Assad
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the Damascus government will respond through all legitimate means available to the ongoing ground offensive by Turkish soldiers and allied Takfiri militants against Kurdish forces in the northern part of the war-battered Arab country.
Indian court jails former MD of PMC Bank as fraud probe deepens
An Indian court on Thursday sent the former managing director of Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank, Joy Thomas, to jail as a probe into an alleged 43.55 billion rupees ($610 million) fraud intensifies.
UAE has taken steps to resolve dispute with Iran
Chief of Staff of the Presidential Office Mahmoud Vaezi said on Thursday that the United Arab Emirates has taken steps to resolve dispute with Iran, and that Iran always wants friendly relations with the neighboring countries.

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