- About 300 activists demand Israel be brought to justice for rights violations after scores were killed in Gaza Strip.

 The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting to discuss the situation along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the occupied territories, a day after Israeli troops unleashed a brutal crackdown on Palestinian protesters, killing dozens of people and wounding over 2,700 others.

Muslim scholars from three countries issued a Fatwa (religious edict) on Friday saying that violent extremism and terrorism, including suicide attacks, are against Islamic principles, in an effort to convince the Taliban to end their violence.

 The Humanitarian Coordinator, Mr. Jamie McGoldrick, today called for the protection of Palestinians, particularly children and health workers, in the context of demonstrations taking place in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) and for demonstrators to refrain from actions that prevent the functioning of the main entry point for humanitarian goods to the Gaza Strip.

 Parliament Speaker’s Special Aide for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said claims of moving the US embassy to Jerusalem will bring massive losses to perpetrators of the plan.

 Iran’s Foreign Ministry has released a statement on the occasion of the Nakba Day which marks the anniversary of the establishment of the illegitimate Zionist regime of Israel.

 A diphtheria outbreak has killed 91 people in war-torn Yemen since late October, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday.

A 15-year-old Palestinian died on Saturday after being shot by Israeli forces during mass border protests in Gaza the day before, the Palestinian health ministry said.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation has pledged a strong role in addressing the Rohingya crisis.

The Israeli military announced that it will be doubling the number of forces around the Gaza Strip and in occupied West Bank territories ahead of the controversial opening of a US embassy in Jerusalem al-Quds.


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