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Kuwait registers 487 new virus infections and 10 deaths

Kuwait registers 487 new virus infections and 10 deaths

Kuwait’s Health Ministry yesterday, reported 487 new coronavirus infections, bringing the tally to 31,131, while deaths reached 254 after recording 10 cases.

Dozens hurt in clashes as protesters flood Beirut

Dozens hurt in clashes as protesters flood Beirut

Protesters poured into the streets of the Lebanese capital yesterday to decry the collapse of the economy, as clashes erupted between supporters and opponents of the Hezbollah.

Iranian wedding party fuelled new Covid-19 surge, President Rouhani says

Iranian wedding party fuelled new Covid-19 surge, President Rouhani says

A wedding party contributed to a new surge in coronavirus infections in Iran, President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday but insisted the country had no option but to keep its economy open despite warnings of a second wave of the epidemic.

Kuwait registers 723 new virus infections, eight deaths

Kuwait registers 723 new virus infections, eight deaths

The Kuwait Health Ministry yesterday recorded 723 new coronavirus (Covid-19) infections, bringing the tally to 30,644 while recording eight deaths for a total of 244.

Protests held in West Bank against annexation plan

Protests held in West Bank against annexation plan

Palestinians in the West Bank yesterday rallied to mark 53 years of Israeli occupation and protest against the Jewish state’s plans to annex part of the territory.

Libya’s UN-recognised govt claims full control of Tripoli

Libya’s UN-recognised govt claims full control of Tripoli

The head of Libya’s UN-recognised unity government, Fayez al-Sarraj, said yesterday that his forces were “determined” to take over the entire country from his rival, military commander Khalifa Haftar.

Libya’s UN-recognised govt claims full control of Tripoli

Libya’s UN-recognised govt claims full control of Tripoli

The head of Libya’s UN-recognised unity government, Fayez al-Sarraj, said yesterday that his forces were “determined” to take over the entire country from his rival, military commander Khalifa Haftar.

Joy in Gaza as mosques reopen after virus closure

Joy in Gaza as mosques reopen after virus closure

Mosques in the Gaza Strip reopened yesterday after a 70-day closure due to the novel coronavirus, with one worshipper saying he was “overjoyed” despite fears over the pandemic.

Virus on rise again in Iran with over 3,000 cases for third day

Virus on rise again in Iran with over 3,000 cases for third day

The spread of novel coronavirus has accelerated again this month in Iran which on Wednesday officially confirmed over 3,000 new cases for a third consecutive day.

Iran bemoans indiscipline as virus cases crest again

Iran bemoans indiscipline as virus cases crest again

Iran yesterday lamented that people were ignoring social distancing rules as it reported more than 3,000 new coronavirus infections in a second cresting wave.

Libya rivals ‘agree return to ceasefire dialogue’

Libya rivals ‘agree return to ceasefire dialogue’

The United Nations’ Libya mission said yesterday the country’s warring parties had agreed to restart talks aimed at reaching a lasting ceasefire, after a three-month suspension.

Palestinian family mourns autistic son killed by police

Palestinian family mourns autistic son killed by police

Iyad Hallak, a 32-year-old Palestinian man with autism, passed Israeli police every day to reach his special needs school in Jerusalem’s Old City.

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