Iran Deliver Sucker Punch to Wales with Stoppage-Time WinnersIran scored twice after the eighth minute of stoppage time to snatch a stunning 2-0 win over Wales on Friday that breathed new life into their World Cup campaign and left the Welsh flat on their backs and facing a make-or-break decider against England.
Israeli Regime Demolishes Palestinian Elementary School in Occupied West BankIsraeli regime’s forces have demolished a recently-built Palestinian primary school in the Masafer Yatta region of the southern occupied West Bank, where residents are facing the ongoing threat of eviction from their homes and forced displacement in one of the single biggest expulsion decisions since the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories began in 1967.
No Assassination Act To Go Unanswered: IRGC Chief Warns EnemiesThe chief commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) warned enemies on Thursday that no act of assassination against the elite force will go unanswered, days after the IRGC blamed Israel for the martyrdom of one of its members in Syria.
19 years after its ouster, the Israeli regime rejoined the African Union (AU) as an observer member on July 22. A statement published by the Israeli Foreign Ministry said that Tel Aviv has relations with 46 African countries and in recent years, it resumed ties with Chad and Guinea, and earlier this year normalized ties with Sudan.
Algeria’s navy forces have chased away a spying Israeli submarine that approached the country’s territorial waters during the preparation of the Algerian army’s maritime drills in the western coasts on September 27.
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune said he would not make the "first move" towards easing tensions with former colonial power France following a row over incendiary comments by his French counterpart.
Palestinian people have strongly condemned an agreement that lays the foundation for security cooperation, intelligence sharing, and future arms sales between Israel and Morocco. The neighboring Algeria, also, blasted the deal and called Rabat’s threats "unprecedented and disgraceful".
An Algerian boy, who emerged as the winner in a competition for Qur’an memorization, dedicated his $2,800 prize money to Palestinian children while expressing his wish to pray in the holy city of al-Quds.