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34 Catholic bishops call on their governments to recognize the State of Palestine

OCCUPIED AL-QUDS, (ST)- A group of 34 Catholic bishops from the "Coordination with the Holy Land" Committee, that includes bishops from the churches of Europe and North America and South Africa, have called on the governments of their countries to recognize the State of Palestine.

 In a statement following their visit to the city of Ramallah and occupied al-Quds, the bishops hailed the legendary steadfastness of the Palestinian people and stressed the importance of implementing the rules of international law and recognizing the State of Palestine. They called for putting an end to the Israeli violations of human rights and the settlement building activities in the occupied territories.

Killing and wounding a number of mercenaries of the Saudi aggression in an attack by Yemeni army

San'aa, ST- A number of mercenaries of the Saudi aggression were killed and others were wounded in an attack by the Yemeni army and the popular committees in the Hajjah border district.

A military source said to Al-Masirah Net website that a unit of the army and the people's committees launched a sudden attack today on the positions of the mercenary aggression southwest of Hiran, Hajjah Governorate, which resulted in the death and injury of a number of them.

Occupation forces arrest ten Palestinians in the Occupied West Bank

Occupied al-Quds, (ST) - Israeli occupation forces arrested ten Palestinians in separate areas of the occupied West Bank.

Wafa news agency reported that the occupation forces stormed occupied al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the towns of Beit Fajjar in Bethlehem and Al-Tirah, west of Ramallah, Tarqumiya, and al-Arroub camp in Hebron, and arrested ten Palestinians.

African Airlines in Benghazi: Libyan aviation is forced to transport terrorists to Libya

The African Airlines has revealed that the area of Benghazi was forced to illegally transport foreign terrorists to Libya.

In a statement reported by the Afrigate News Agency, the company’s management condemned the “illegal interference in the work of the air sector and its use for illegitimate purposes by transporting foreigners of terrorist backgrounds involved in killing children, women and the elderly, and bringing them to Libya to work as mercenaries and continue their crimes here”.

Lebanese Red Cross: 75 people injured in clashes between Security forces and rioters in downtown Beirut

BEIRUT, (ST)- The Lebanese Red Cross has announced that 75 people were injured on Saturday in non-stop clashes between the Lebanese security forces and rioters at al-Nijmeh Square in downtown Beirut.

According to the Red Cross 30 injured people were transported to nearby hospitals in the area while 45 injured persons received emergency aid at the site of clashes.

Five Red Cross teams are working in central Beirut to provide medical treatment to the injured.

The clashes erupted after a number of protestors attacked the security forces near the parliament headquarters in Beirut and smashed public and private properties in the area, while the policemen responded by using water cannons to disperse the rioters who used fireworks and stones to launch their attacks on security personnel.