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Lebanese authorities begin removing barriers around parliament after polls

Lebanese authorities begin removing barriers around parliament after polls

Lebanese security forces, after elections last week, yesterday began removing concrete barriers and easing security measures around the country’s parliament building that were put in place at the outbreak of massive anti-government protests in 2019.

Six dead, dozens hurt in Iran tower-block collapse

Six dead, dozens hurt in Iran tower-block collapse

At least six people died and dozens were injured or missing under rubble after an unfinished high-rise building collapsed in southwestern Iran, officials said.

Covid-19 restrictions: Saudi bans citizens from traveling to 16 countries

Covid-19 restrictions: Saudi bans citizens from traveling to 16 countries

Saudi citizens have been banned from traveling to 16 countries due to Covid-19 cases in those countries, the Saudi Gazette said in a report Sunday, quoting Saudi Arabia's General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat).

Sandstorm forces closure of Iraqi airports, public buildings

Sandstorm forces closure of Iraqi airports, public buildings

Iraq closed public buildings and temporarily shut airports Monday as another sandstorm -- the ninth since mid-April -- hit the country, authorities said.

Iran Revolutionary Guards member assassinated in Tehran: state media

Iran Revolutionary Guards member assassinated in Tehran: state media

Gunmen shot dead a member of Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Sunday in the east of the capital Tehran, state news agency IRNA reported.

Palestinian teen fighter killed in West Bank clash

Palestinian teen fighter killed in West Bank clash

Israeli forces shot dead a Palestinian teenage fighter when clashes broke out during a raid yesterday in the flashpoint Jenin area of the occupied West Bank, Palestinian sources and the army said.

Lebanon pro-reform candidates win at least 13 seats: results

Lebanon pro-reform candidates win at least 13 seats: results

Reformist candidates secured at least 13 seats in Lebanon's new parliament, making unprecedented gains, according to results announced by the interior ministry Tuesday.

Thousands hospitalised as latest sandstorm brings Iraq to a halt

Thousands hospitalised as latest sandstorm brings Iraq to a halt

Another sandstorm that descended yesterday on climate-stressed Iraq sent at least 4,000 people to hospital with breathing problems and led to the closure of airports, schools and public offices across the country.

Jerusalem bishop condemns 'police invasion' at journalist's funeral

Jerusalem bishop condemns 'police invasion' at journalist's funeral

The Catholic archbishop in Jerusalem on Monday strongly criticised Israel's "police invasion" last week of a Christian hospital ahead of the funeral of slain Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh.

Crisis-hit Lebanon votes but few expect major change

Crisis-hit Lebanon votes but few expect major change

Lebanon held its first election yesterday since a painful economic crisis dragged it to the brink of becoming a failed state, a major test for new opposition groups bent on ousting the ruling elite.

World leaders pay respects in UAE after death of president

World leaders pay respects in UAE after death of president

World leaders descended on the United Arab Emirates yesterday to offer condolences to new leader Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed al-Nahyan on the death of his half-brother President Khalifa bin Zayed.

2,000 attend new Tunisia opposition alliance demo

2,000 attend new Tunisia opposition alliance demo

A crowd estimated at more than 2,000, lower than expected, took part yesterday in the first demonstration of a new alliance to oppose a power grab by President Kais Saied.

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