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Five years after Paris climate accord, world leaders to hold a virtual summit

Leaders from across the world are due to be part of a day-long Climate Ambition Summit online, where they are expected to display the advancement they have been executing and the ideas they have to preserve the environment.

One killed and two wounded in multiple rocket attacks in Kabul on Saturday

The missiles shot from a vehicle left on the northern edge of the capital hit the compound of Kabul airport, somewhat damaging a Kam Air aircraft.

US all set with a $1bn weapon trade to Morocco

The Trump administration is pushing ahead with a $1bn weaponry trade to Morocco, a day after the United States declared that Morocco had accepted to normalise diplomatic relations with Israel.

Hezbollah operative Salim Ayache sentenced to life over Hariri killing

The UN-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon on Friday sentenced Hezbollah operative Salim Ayache to five parallel life sentences in absentia for the 2005 killing of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others.

Morocco normalises relations with Israel, Netanyahu applauds the move

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu embraced Thursday’s U.S.-brokered restoration deal with Morocco as “another glorious light of peace”,

Israel, Morocco signs agreement to normalize relations, US brokered deal

As a component of the arrangement, US President Donald Trump changed longstanding US policy and perceived Morocco's power over Western Sahara.

Israel receives shipment of Pfizer vaccine, immunisation to begin from 27 December

Israel is expected to begin a mass immunisation campaign against the novel coronavirus on December 27, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced late on Wednesday.

Gulf Air signs 5 agreements with Israel Aerospace Industries

Gulf Air gave a green flag to five major agreements with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Aviation Group in Tel Aviv.

Nine-month extension of TPS benefits for Haitians and Central Americans issues DHS

Temporary Protected Status benefits, which is set to depart early next month for an expected 400,000 immigrants from Nepal Haiti, and Central America, will be increased by the U.S.

Gideon Saar snaps away to create a new political party, as he aims to be next PM of Israel

Gideon Saar, the chief rival of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from the governing Likud party, declared on Tuesday he was snapping away to build a new political party before of elections awaited early next year.
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