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About 2 days ago

Sudanese public opinion against normalization with Israel

Mohamed Ali Fazari Press TV, Khartoum Between official and popular support for and rejection of mutual ties between Sudan and Israel, the most important question in Sudan poses itself about whether the country should sign or reject a normalization deal with Israel. The US announced back in October that Sudan and Israel had agreed to normalize relations. Sudan thus became the third Arab country — after the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and ...
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About 3 days ago

Activists call for Islamic front against Arab-Israeli normalization

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Tehran The latest challenges in the Muslim world are the main theme of a gathering attended by political activists. On top of the conference’s agenda was the French government's recent blasphemy to Prophet Mohammad, which triggered worldwide condemnation from Muslims and religious leaders. Delegates also condemned Sudan, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates for their normalization of ties with Israel. Last month, Sudan became the fifth Muslim country ...
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About 3 days ago

Britons to get 5 days of festive freedom for Christmas

Bianca Rahimi Press TV, London Five days of festive freedom have been promised families separated for months at a time, on and off since March when the COVID-19 pandemic began. A health chief has warned England could face 25 days of extra restrictions to make up for it though. Boris Johnson is facing a growing Tory revolt over coronavirus rules. Senior Conservative backbenchers are demanding he set out a strategy to avoid ...
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About 3 days ago

Erdogan: Turkey sees its future in Europe

Rahshan Saglam Press TV, Istanbul As the European Council is set to convene in December to discuss the tensions with Turkey, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for dialogue but warned the EU not to become a 'tool for enmities' during escalating tensions over the Eastern Mediterranean. In his latest statement on Turkey-EU ties, Erdogan said Turkey sees its future in Europe, and mentioned Turkey’s post-pandemic plans to improve Judicial infrastructure ...
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About 3 days ago

Catalonia begins gradual reopening of economy

Kusai Kedri Press TV, Barcelona Cafés and restaurants in Catalonia are back in business after a prolonged coronavirus shutdown that impacted thousands of businesses pushing angry workers out on the streets in protest. Following a sustained decrease in the daily number of COVID-19 cases, the regional government scrambled to improve a plan to reopen the economy unveiled last week, by increasing operating hours and adding concert halls to the list of businesses ...
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About 3 days ago

Sharp increase in COVID-19 infections in Gaza

Ashraf Shannon Press TV, Gaza The Gaza Strip has logged more than 15,000 COVID-19 infections and over 65 deaths, mostly since late August. Since Thursday around three thousand infections were detected in the impoverished enclave. Hospitals in Gaza currently have less than one hundred ICU beds and ventilators for nearly two million inhabitants. Eighty percent of ventilators for Coronavirus patients have already been taken up. The World Health Organization cautioned that ...
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About 3 days ago

Over 3,000 Palestinian children killed by Israeli regime since 2000

Ashraf Shannon Press TV, Gaza Israeli forces have killed over three thousand Palestinian children since the beginning of the Second Intifada also known as the Aqsa Intifada in September of 2000 while tens of thousands of others sustained injuries. The figures were released by the Palestinian Ministry of Information who pointed to the deliberate killing of Palestinian children by the Israeli military. The Palestinian Ministry of Information added that 123 Palestinian minors ...
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About 3 days ago

Caught between India-Pakistan animosity

Shahana Butt Press TV, Kashmir Some 120 kilometers from Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-administered Kashmir lies Uri. The Line of Control that divides Kashmir into two parts and ruled by India and Pakistan runs through this area of Baramulla district of Indian-held Kashmir. After trekking around 10 to 15 minutes, you reach this Murthal Village, which is frequently a target of India-Pakistan animosity. Parvaiz Ahmad's house was completely destroyed in the ...
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About 3 days ago

Trump's record pummeled by EU legislators

Jerome Hughes Press TV, Brussels There is clearly no love lost between the vast majority of EU lawmakers and US President Donald Trump. Members of the European Parliament have been debating the recent elections in America. Amongst other things, under Trump, EU nations have been at odds with the US on trade, the Iran nuclear deal, climate change, the so-called Middle East Peace Process and NATO. If Joe Biden enters the White ...
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