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Iranians mark end of Ramadan

Iranians mark end of Ramadan

Iranians in a rare event mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan this year on separate days — yesterday or today — depending on different religious authorities’ edicts.

Kuwait records 838 new coronavirus cases, 8 deaths

Kuwait records 838 new coronavirus cases, 8 deaths

The Kuwaiti Health Ministry reported 838 new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) overnight for a total of 21,302 cases.

Trapped migrant workers suffer from Lebanon’s dollar crisis, lockdown

Trapped migrant workers suffer from Lebanon’s dollar crisis, lockdown

Temitope can’t find work in Lebanon since the Nigerian domestic worker escaped her employer’s house last month.

Iran to reopen religious, cultural sites - president

Iran to reopen religious, cultural sites - president

Iran on Saturday moved to open businesses, religious and cultural sites as it eases restrictions imposed to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

Iran’s Khamenei denounces Israel as ‘cancerous tumour’

Iran’s Khamenei denounces Israel as ‘cancerous tumour’

Iran’s Supreme Leader yesterday denounced Israel as a “tumour” to be removed and hailed Tehran’s supply of arms to Palestinians, drawing swift condemnation from the United States, European Union and Israel.

Abbas warns of total break in co-ordination in case of Israeli move

Abbas warns of total break in co-ordination in case of Israeli move

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has warned that Israeli annexations in the occupied West Bank would spell the end of all security co-ordination, as international opposition to the plans grows.

In Syria’s war-torn Idlib, travelling barbers bring relief to children

In Syria’s war-torn Idlib, travelling barbers bring relief to children

At a soccer stadium in Syria’s Idlib re-purposed to shelter people displaced by war, children are being offered a service highly sought after since the coronavirus pandemic set in: a haircut.

Iran says ‘curbing virus’ despite over 2,000 new cases

Iran says ‘curbing virus’ despite over 2,000 new cases

Iran yesterday said it was close to “curbing” the new coronavirus outbreak even as it reported more than 2,000 fresh infections for the third day in a row.

Pandemic punctures Tunisia tourism rebound

Pandemic punctures Tunisia tourism rebound

As the novel coronavirus pandemic wipes out a recovery from militant attacks in 2015, Tunisia’s vital tourism sector is trying to find ways to avoid going under.

Al Aqsa Mosque set to reopen after Eid holiday

Al Aqsa Mosque set to reopen after Eid holiday

Jerusalem’s Al Aqsa Mosque will reopen to worshippers after the Eid holiday, a statement from its governing body said yesterday, two months after closing due to the coronavirus.

Court convicts Israeli settler for Palestinian arson murders

Court convicts Israeli settler for Palestinian arson murders

An Israeli court yesterday found a Jewish settler guilty of three murders in an arson attack that killed a Palestinian toddler and his parents — a verdict that did little to ease the bereaved family’s pain.

Libyan govt forces capture key air base

Libyan govt forces capture key air base

Forces aligned with Libya’s internationally recognised government took control of an air base southwest of Tripoli yesterday after a sustained assault, in what could be their most significant advance for nearly a year.

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