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Hard but sweet-smelling slog in Morocco’s Valley of the Roses

Hard but sweet-smelling slog in Morocco’s Valley of the Roses

To earn a dollar, rose picker Izza in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains wakes up at dawn to collect three kilos of flowers — eventually distilled into precious oil costing $18,000 per kilo.

Third rocket attack in three days targets US in Iraq: army

Third rocket attack in three days targets US in Iraq: army

The Iraqi army said two rockets were fired yesterday at a base hosting Americans, in the third such attack in three days and as a US government delegation is visiting the country.

Oman extends ban on entry of people coming from several countries

Oman extends ban on entry of people coming from several countries

Oman's Covid-19 Supreme Committee has extended the suspension of entry into the Sultanate until further notice for those coming from 14 countries ...

Four killed after flash floods in Yemen’s historic Tarim city

Four killed after flash floods in Yemen’s historic Tarim city

Four people have been killed in flash floods following heavy rains in the historic Yemeni city of Tarim, state media said yesterday.

Kuwait bars unvaccinated citizens from travel abroad

Kuwait bars unvaccinated citizens from travel abroad

Kuwaiti citizens who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 will not be able to travel abroad from May 22, the information ministry said on Monday, citing a decision by Kuwait's cabinet.

Saudi Arabia to open land, sea, air borders as of May 17 – Ministry

Saudi Arabia to open land, sea, air borders as of May 17 – Ministry

Saudi Arabia will lift its suspension on citizens travelling abroad and open land, sea and air borders on Monday May 17, the interior ministry said in a statement on Sunday.

Vaccine rollout begins in rebel-held northern Syria

Vaccine rollout begins in rebel-held northern Syria

Residents of rebel-held parts of northern Syria began receiving coronavirus vaccinations Saturday, an AFP reporter said, with medics among the first to be inoculated.

Israel buries dead after Jewish pilgrim stampede kills 45

Israel buries dead after Jewish pilgrim stampede kills 45

Israel on Friday was burying victims of a stampede at a Jewish pilgrimage site that killed at least 45 people, as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised an investigation into one of the nation's "worst disasters".

Dozens of settlers stormed courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque

Dozens of settlers stormed courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque

Today, 75 settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, from the Dung Gate, with heavy security from the Israeli occupation police.

Authorities arrest 7 for violating home quarantine requirements

Authorities arrest 7 for violating home quarantine requirements

The designated authorities arrested seven people for violating home quarantine requirements they committed to following, which they are legally accountable for in accordance with the procedures of the health authorities in the country.

Oman reports 1,128 new coronavirus cases and 9 deaths

Oman reports 1,128 new coronavirus cases and 9 deaths

The Omani Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday that 1,128 new cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) were recorded in the Sultanate, in addition to nine deaths and 1,145 recoveries.

Human Rights Watch accuses Israel of 'apartheid' crimes against Palestinians

Human Rights Watch accuses Israel of 'apartheid' crimes against Palestinians

An international rights watchdog accused Israel on Tuesday of pursuing policies of apartheid and persecution against Palestinians - and against its own Arab minority - that amount to crimes against humanity.

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