A consultative meeting of the Arab foreign ministers Tuesday condemned and denounced the new Israeli government's very negative statements towards peace, the Palestinians and the imposition of settlement, as well as the Israeli insistence on conducting a march in occupied East Jerusalem.
Yiorgos Maniatis, one of the protest organisers, said there are more than 2,000 Syrians who have been waiting for more than six months, the maximum period for such family reunions under European law.
Brighton and Hove Albion striker Tomer Hemed will serve a three-match suspension after the FA found the 30-year-old guilty yesterday of violent conduct during Brighton’s 1-0 victory over Newcastle United in the Premier League last Sunday.
A koala survived a 16km road trip in Australia clinging to the axle of a four wheel drive vehicle, before the driver stopped and heard the cries of the traumatised animal.
ICC Asia executive director Lee Ju Song spoke on the advantages of implementing the ATA Carnet System, which, she said, will help make Qatar attractive to foreign investments and various sports events and exhibitions.
Indonesia’s central bank yesterday cut its benchmark policy rate for the first time since October, unexpectedly pulling the trigger in a bid to boost sluggish lending and growth in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.
Annual military drills between the US and South Korea this week could reignite tensions after Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump traded barbs.