Israeli forces have shot and martyred a Palestinian teenager in the West Bank city of Tulkarm, just a day after the martyring of a Palestinian man in occupied al-Quds.
Daesh terrorists have killed at least five people, and wounded six others in an attack in northern Iraq, according to reports citing security sources.
A high-ranking official with Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has described certain parties that believe they can undermine the resistance by siege and sanctions as "fools", stressing that the resistance now lives in the bliss of victories.
Saudi Arabia has upped the ante in the war on Yemen by conducting a new round of airstrikes targeting various areas across the crisis-hit country, as Riyadh and its regional allies forge ahead with their devastating war and brutal siege against the Yemeni people.
Saudi Arabia uses "terrorism-related offences" as means of quashing the dissent and the systematic arbitrary detention and torture of those suspected of committing the so-called offences, a rights group warns.
Thousands of Yemeni people have filled the streets in cities of Aden, Taiz, and Mukalla in southern Yemen to protest against the government of former Saudi-backed President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
Scores of disabled people and their families in the Gaza Strip came out to mark the International Day of Disabled Persons.
Israeli authorities have forced a Palestinian to demolish his own home in the occupied al-Quds, after the Israeli municipality issued a demolition an order against it under the pretext of lacking the necessary construction permits.
Concerns are growing over the health condition of a Palestinian prisoner who has been on hunger strike for more than 100 days in protest against Israel’s so-called policy of administrative detention.
Palestinian detainee, Kayed Fasfous, has finally walked out of an Israeli regime jail and returned home to his family, after a prolonged hunger strike.