For cork collector Khaled Warhani, the wildfires that devastated part of northern Tunisia’s lush woodland this summer were a warning of how the changing climate will hurt his livelihood.
The upsurge in violence in Syria, combined with its plummeting economy, is making life increasingly bleak for civilians, United Nations investigators said yesterday.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi yesterday for talks on Israeli-Palestinian relations and bilateral ties in the first official trip by an Israeli head of government to Egypt for a decade.
A Palestinian youth was shot by the Israeli occupation forces on Monday near Gush Etzion junction, south of Bethlehem in the West Bank.
Iran and the UN atomic agency yesterday announced the IAEA will keep up surveillance of Tehran’s nuclear activities, soothing a sore point in talks to resuscitate a 2015 deal to curb its programme.
Israel carried out air strikes in the Gaza Strip yesterday in response to Palestinian rocket fire into its territory, the Israeli military said.
The IAEA’s chief is to visit Iran today to try to defuse tension with the West over what the UN watchdog says is Tehran’s lack of co-operation in monitoring its nuclear programme.
Israeli forces yesterday captured two more of the six Palestinian fighters who escaped from a maximum security jail this week, a police spokesperson said.
Morocco’s King Mohamed VI on Friday named businessman Aziz Akhannouch to lead a new government after his National Rally of Independents (RNI) thrashed the long-ruling Islamists in parliamentary elections.