The New Arab Staff
The UAE will ban travellers from Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Namibia from entering on national and foreign flights in its latest measures against Covid-19
Alaa Al-Siddiq defended the rights of imprisoned political activists, including her father, Mohammad Al Siddiq.
Dozens of settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa and partook in what local activists described as "provocative tours", before leaving it from the side of Bab al-Silsila.
Thorsten Frei, the deputy parliamentary spokesperson for the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), said the flags of "terrorist organisations" will not be waved on German soil.
Neighbours of Iran yesterday sent congratulatory messages president-elect Ebrahim Raisi, among them leaders from Turkey, Qatar, UAE, Kuwait, Oman and Iraq.
Malaysia has pledged $1 million to help rebuild the besieged Gaza Strip.
Thousands of residents of Gaza are without passports and are unable to travel for work or to receive medical attention.
Tower Hamlets GP Care Group, based in a borough with the highest rates of child poverty in the capital, tweeted an advert for its vaccination clinic for people without documents, temporary migrants, asylum seekers and homeless people.
Sudan defeated Libya 1-0 in Doha on Saturday, securing its spot at the FIFA Arab Cup in Qatar tournament later this year.
The Egyptian army has permitted families displaced by years of fighting with the Islamic State to return to their homes in North Sinai.