The Security Council calls on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process The Security Council calls on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process

The Security Council calls on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process

The Security Council calls on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process, praising the recent visit made by two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital Sana'a two weeks ago, where they held talks with the Houthi group.  The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process."  This came in a press statement by the Council, which was published on the United Nations News website, on Friday.  In the statement, the Security Council commended the recent visit of two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital, Sana'a.  On April 9, two Omani and Saudi delegations visited the capital, Sana'a, where they held talks with the Houthi group, as part of intensive regional and international efforts by Washington, the United Nations, Britain and the European Union.  The Security Council welcomed the "continued" support of Saudi Arabia and Oman for the mediation efforts of the United Nations in Yemen.  The council said that these talks "represent valuable steps towards reaching a comprehensive ceasefire and inclusive Yemeni-Yemeni political talks, under the auspices of the UN Special Envoy for Yemen (Hans Grundberg) based on the agreed terms of reference, and in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions," according to the council. Statement.  The council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process and negotiate in good faith."  The council stressed its "continued support for efforts to reach a political settlement and ultimately end the suffering of the Yemeni people," according to the statement.​​​​​​​  For nearly 9 years, Yemen has been witnessing an ongoing war between pro-government forces backed by an Arab military coalition led by neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iran-backed Houthis, who have controlled governorates, including the capital, Sana'a, since September 2014.  By the end of 2021, the war had claimed 377,000 lives, and the Yemeni economy had lost $126 billion, according to the United Nations. Most of the country's population, numbering about 30 million, depended on aid, in one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.           A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by the occupation army’s bullets in separate areas of the West Bank Local Palestinian sources announced the death of the 15-year-old Mustafa Amer Sabah, who was shot by the Israeli army during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem. Also, 11 others were wounded by the occupation army's bullets in separate areas of the occupied West Bank.  A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by Israeli army bullets on Friday, during clashes that erupted in separate areas of the West Bank.  And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, in a brief press statement, "the death of a citizen by the occupation bullets in the town of Tuqu'," east of Bethlehem, in the southern West Bank.  Anadolu Agency correspondent reported, quoting local sources, that Mustafa Amer Sabah (15 years old) was shot dead by the Israeli army after being hit with live bullets in the chest, during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem.  In the central West Bank, the official Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported that 5 Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli army in the village of al-Mughayyir, northeast of Ramallah.  She added that settlers attacked Palestinian lands from the eastern entrance to the village, and broke a number of perennial olive trees, under the protection of soldiers who fired bullets and tear gas canisters.  In the northern West Bank, Wafa said that two Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.  In turn, the coordinator of the Popular Resistance Committees in Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, Murad Ishtwi, said in a statement that 4 Palestinians, including a journalist, were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Kafr Qaddum.  Separate areas of the West Bank witness weekly activities rejecting settlement on the lines of contact with the Israeli army, which disperses and pursues demonstrators inside their towns.        A military statement by the Syrian army following the recent Israeli targeting of the city of Homs  A Syrian military source revealed, at dawn on Saturday, the details of the recent Israeli aggression on the outskirts of the city of Homs.  The Syrian Public Authority for Radio and Television quoted the military source as saying, "At approximately 00:50 this morning, the Israeli enemy carried out an air attack with a number of missiles from the direction of northern Lebanon, targeting some points in the vicinity of the city of Homs."  The source added, "Our air defense forces intercepted the aggression's missiles and shot down some of them, and the aggression resulted in the injury of three civilians, the ignition of a civilian gas tank, and the burning of a number of tanks and trucks."  And the Syrian official news agency "SANA" reported that the air defenses responded at dawn today, Saturday, to hostile targets in the skies of Homs.          "The Arabs are coming"Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid comments on the historic achievement of Major Sultan Al Neyadi  Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, commented on the first mission to walk in outer space.  And on his Twitter account, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid said: "After 3 years of intensive training  today we saw Sultan Al Neyadi on the first mission to walk in outer space  and carry out missions to install new parts and perform maintenance on the International Space Station  the first Emirati The first Arab, the first Muslim, to walk in outer space, we are proud of that.  He added, "They say that two-thirds of the stars in the sky bear Arab names Arabs are capable Arabs are coming Arabs are creative if we decide to focus on science invest in youth and stay away from differences."  A video clip showed astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi stepping as the first Arab citizen into outer space, which is considered a historic Emirati Arab achievement.       Syria: 20 light earthquakes were recorded within 24 hours, two of which were this Friday morning  The Syrian National Seismological Center announced that an earthquake measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale struck today, Friday, 6 kilometers northeast of Hama Governorate, at 8:48 am.  The National Center stated in a statement that the tremor was recorded at 36.761 east longitude, 35.181 north latitude, and at a depth of 10.5 km.  The center pointed out that another earthquake was recorded at 8:15 a.m. this morning in the "Iskenderun District" northwest of Idlib, 59 km, at longitude 36 east, latitude 36.071 north, with a depth of 8.1 km, and a magnitude of 4.2 degrees according to the Richter scale.  The National Seismological Center announced that its monitoring stations recorded, during the past 24 hours, from yesterday evening (Thursday) until seven in the morning today, 18 weak tremors, including an earthquake in the Syrian coast north of Latakia with a magnitude of 43 kilometers with a magnitude of 2.5, and an earthquake southwest of Tartous with a distance of 31 kilometers and a magnitude 1.4 degrees.       Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens  The Saudi Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority at Al-Bathaa port managed to thwart an attempt to smuggle a quantity of Captagon pills amounting to 4,152,000 pills, which were found hidden in a consignment coming to the Kingdom through the port.  Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens (video)Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of 12.7 million narcotic tablets (video + photos)  The authority stated that a consignment was received to the Kingdom through the Batha port, consisting of "ovens used for roasting" carried on one of the incoming trucks, and when they were subjected to customs procedures and examined through security techniques, that amount of grain was found within the consignment, so that it was hidden inside "cavities". ovens.”  After completing the seizure process, coordination took place with the General Directorate for Narcotics Control to arrest the recipients of the seizures inside the Kingdom, where they were arrested, numbering 3 people, according to the authority.  The authority stressed that it is continuing to tighten customs control over the Kingdom's imports and exports, in order to achieve the security of society and protect it from these pests, in cooperation and continuous coordination with the General Directorate for Drug Control, calling at the same time everyone to contribute to combating smuggling to protect society and the national economy, through communication with her.

The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process, praising the recent visit made by two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital Sana'a two weeks ago, where they held talks with the Houthi group.

The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process."

This came in a press statement by the Council, which was published on the United Nations News website, on Friday.

In the statement, the Security Council commended the recent visit of two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital, Sana'a.

On April 9, two Omani and Saudi delegations visited the capital, Sana'a, where they held talks with the Houthi group, as part of intensive regional and international efforts by Washington, the United Nations, Britain and the European Union.

The Security Council welcomed the "continued" support of Saudi Arabia and Oman for the mediation efforts of the United Nations in Yemen.

The council said that these talks "represent valuable steps towards reaching a comprehensive ceasefire and inclusive Yemeni-Yemeni political talks, under the auspices of the UN Special Envoy for Yemen (Hans Grundberg) based on the agreed terms of reference, and in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions," according to the council. Statement.

The council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process and negotiate in good faith."

The council stressed its "continued support for efforts to reach a political settlement and ultimately end the suffering of the Yemeni people," according to the statement.​​​​​​​

For nearly 9 years, Yemen has been witnessing an ongoing war between pro-government forces backed by an Arab military coalition led by neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iran-backed Houthis, who have controlled governorates, including the capital, Sana'a, since September 2014.

By the end of 2021, the war had claimed 377,000 lives, and the Yemeni economy had lost $126 billion, according to the United Nations. Most of the country's population, numbering about 30 million, depended on aid, in one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.


The Security Council calls on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process, praising the recent visit made by two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital Sana'a two weeks ago, where they held talks with the Houthi group.  The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process."  This came in a press statement by the Council, which was published on the United Nations News website, on Friday.  In the statement, the Security Council commended the recent visit of two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital, Sana'a.  On April 9, two Omani and Saudi delegations visited the capital, Sana'a, where they held talks with the Houthi group, as part of intensive regional and international efforts by Washington, the United Nations, Britain and the European Union.  The Security Council welcomed the "continued" support of Saudi Arabia and Oman for the mediation efforts of the United Nations in Yemen.  The council said that these talks "represent valuable steps towards reaching a comprehensive ceasefire and inclusive Yemeni-Yemeni political talks, under the auspices of the UN Special Envoy for Yemen (Hans Grundberg) based on the agreed terms of reference, and in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions," according to the council. Statement.  The council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process and negotiate in good faith."  The council stressed its "continued support for efforts to reach a political settlement and ultimately end the suffering of the Yemeni people," according to the statement.​​​​​​​  For nearly 9 years, Yemen has been witnessing an ongoing war between pro-government forces backed by an Arab military coalition led by neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iran-backed Houthis, who have controlled governorates, including the capital, Sana'a, since September 2014.  By the end of 2021, the war had claimed 377,000 lives, and the Yemeni economy had lost $126 billion, according to the United Nations. Most of the country's population, numbering about 30 million, depended on aid, in one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.           A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by the occupation army’s bullets in separate areas of the West Bank Local Palestinian sources announced the death of the 15-year-old Mustafa Amer Sabah, who was shot by the Israeli army during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem. Also, 11 others were wounded by the occupation army's bullets in separate areas of the occupied West Bank.  A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by Israeli army bullets on Friday, during clashes that erupted in separate areas of the West Bank.  And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, in a brief press statement, "the death of a citizen by the occupation bullets in the town of Tuqu'," east of Bethlehem, in the southern West Bank.  Anadolu Agency correspondent reported, quoting local sources, that Mustafa Amer Sabah (15 years old) was shot dead by the Israeli army after being hit with live bullets in the chest, during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem.  In the central West Bank, the official Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported that 5 Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli army in the village of al-Mughayyir, northeast of Ramallah.  She added that settlers attacked Palestinian lands from the eastern entrance to the village, and broke a number of perennial olive trees, under the protection of soldiers who fired bullets and tear gas canisters.  In the northern West Bank, Wafa said that two Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.  In turn, the coordinator of the Popular Resistance Committees in Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, Murad Ishtwi, said in a statement that 4 Palestinians, including a journalist, were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Kafr Qaddum.  Separate areas of the West Bank witness weekly activities rejecting settlement on the lines of contact with the Israeli army, which disperses and pursues demonstrators inside their towns.        A military statement by the Syrian army following the recent Israeli targeting of the city of Homs  A Syrian military source revealed, at dawn on Saturday, the details of the recent Israeli aggression on the outskirts of the city of Homs.  The Syrian Public Authority for Radio and Television quoted the military source as saying, "At approximately 00:50 this morning, the Israeli enemy carried out an air attack with a number of missiles from the direction of northern Lebanon, targeting some points in the vicinity of the city of Homs."  The source added, "Our air defense forces intercepted the aggression's missiles and shot down some of them, and the aggression resulted in the injury of three civilians, the ignition of a civilian gas tank, and the burning of a number of tanks and trucks."  And the Syrian official news agency "SANA" reported that the air defenses responded at dawn today, Saturday, to hostile targets in the skies of Homs.          "The Arabs are coming"Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid comments on the historic achievement of Major Sultan Al Neyadi  Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, commented on the first mission to walk in outer space.  And on his Twitter account, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid said: "After 3 years of intensive training  today we saw Sultan Al Neyadi on the first mission to walk in outer space  and carry out missions to install new parts and perform maintenance on the International Space Station  the first Emirati The first Arab, the first Muslim, to walk in outer space, we are proud of that.  He added, "They say that two-thirds of the stars in the sky bear Arab names Arabs are capable Arabs are coming Arabs are creative if we decide to focus on science invest in youth and stay away from differences."  A video clip showed astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi stepping as the first Arab citizen into outer space, which is considered a historic Emirati Arab achievement.       Syria: 20 light earthquakes were recorded within 24 hours, two of which were this Friday morning  The Syrian National Seismological Center announced that an earthquake measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale struck today, Friday, 6 kilometers northeast of Hama Governorate, at 8:48 am.  The National Center stated in a statement that the tremor was recorded at 36.761 east longitude, 35.181 north latitude, and at a depth of 10.5 km.  The center pointed out that another earthquake was recorded at 8:15 a.m. this morning in the "Iskenderun District" northwest of Idlib, 59 km, at longitude 36 east, latitude 36.071 north, with a depth of 8.1 km, and a magnitude of 4.2 degrees according to the Richter scale.  The National Seismological Center announced that its monitoring stations recorded, during the past 24 hours, from yesterday evening (Thursday) until seven in the morning today, 18 weak tremors, including an earthquake in the Syrian coast north of Latakia with a magnitude of 43 kilometers with a magnitude of 2.5, and an earthquake southwest of Tartous with a distance of 31 kilometers and a magnitude 1.4 degrees.       Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens  The Saudi Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority at Al-Bathaa port managed to thwart an attempt to smuggle a quantity of Captagon pills amounting to 4,152,000 pills, which were found hidden in a consignment coming to the Kingdom through the port.  Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens (video)Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of 12.7 million narcotic tablets (video + photos)  The authority stated that a consignment was received to the Kingdom through the Batha port, consisting of "ovens used for roasting" carried on one of the incoming trucks, and when they were subjected to customs procedures and examined through security techniques, that amount of grain was found within the consignment, so that it was hidden inside "cavities". ovens.”  After completing the seizure process, coordination took place with the General Directorate for Narcotics Control to arrest the recipients of the seizures inside the Kingdom, where they were arrested, numbering 3 people, according to the authority.  The authority stressed that it is continuing to tighten customs control over the Kingdom's imports and exports, in order to achieve the security of society and protect it from these pests, in cooperation and continuous coordination with the General Directorate for Drug Control, calling at the same time everyone to contribute to combating smuggling to protect society and the national economy, through communication with her.

A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by the occupation army’s bullets in separate areas of the West Bank

Local Palestinian sources announced the death of the 15-year-old Mustafa Amer Sabah, who was shot by the Israeli army during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem. Also, 11 others were wounded by the occupation army's bullets in separate areas of the occupied West Bank.

A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by Israeli army bullets on Friday, during clashes that erupted in separate areas of the West Bank.

And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, in a brief press statement, "the death of a citizen by the occupation bullets in the town of Tuqu'," east of Bethlehem, in the southern West Bank.

Anadolu Agency correspondent reported, quoting local sources, that Mustafa Amer Sabah (15 years old) was shot dead by the Israeli army after being hit with live bullets in the chest, during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem.

In the central West Bank, the official Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported that 5 Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli army in the village of al-Mughayyir, northeast of Ramallah.

She added that settlers attacked Palestinian lands from the eastern entrance to the village, and broke a number of perennial olive trees, under the protection of soldiers who fired bullets and tear gas canisters.

In the northern West Bank, Wafa said that two Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.

In turn, the coordinator of the Popular Resistance Committees in Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, Murad Ishtwi, said in a statement that 4 Palestinians, including a journalist, were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Kafr Qaddum.

Separate areas of the West Bank witness weekly activities rejecting settlement on the lines of contact with the Israeli army, which disperses and pursues demonstrators inside their towns.


A military statement by the Syrian army following the recent Israeli targeting of the city of Homs

A Syrian military source revealed, at dawn on Saturday, the details of the recent Israeli aggression on the outskirts of the city of Homs.

The Syrian Public Authority for Radio and Television quoted the military source as saying, "At approximately 00:50 this morning, the Israeli enemy carried out an air attack with a number of missiles from the direction of northern Lebanon, targeting some points in the vicinity of the city of Homs."

The source added, "Our air defense forces intercepted the aggression's missiles and shot down some of them, and the aggression resulted in the injury of three civilians, the ignition of a civilian gas tank, and the burning of a number of tanks and trucks."

And the Syrian official news agency "SANA" reported that the air defenses responded at dawn today, Saturday, to hostile targets in the skies of Homs.


"The Arabs are coming"Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid comments on the historic achievement of Major Sultan Al Neyadi

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, commented on the first mission to walk in outer space.

And on his Twitter account, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid said: "After 3 years of intensive training  today we saw Sultan Al Neyadi on the first mission to walk in outer space  and carry out missions to install new parts and perform maintenance on the International Space Station  the first Emirati The first Arab, the first Muslim, to walk in outer space, we are proud of that.

He added, "They say that two-thirds of the stars in the sky bear Arab names Arabs are capable Arabs are coming Arabs are creative if we decide to focus on science invest in youth and stay away from differences."

A video clip showed astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi stepping as the first Arab citizen into outer space, which is considered a historic Emirati Arab achievement.


Syria: 20 light earthquakes were recorded within 24 hours, two of which were this Friday morning

The Syrian National Seismological Center announced that an earthquake measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale struck today, Friday, 6 kilometers northeast of Hama Governorate, at 8:48 am.

The National Center stated in a statement that the tremor was recorded at 36.761 east longitude, 35.181 north latitude, and at a depth of 10.5 km.

The center pointed out that another earthquake was recorded at 8:15 a.m. this morning in the "Iskenderun District" northwest of Idlib, 59 km, at longitude 36 east, latitude 36.071 north, with a depth of 8.1 km, and a magnitude of 4.2 degrees according to the Richter scale.

The National Seismological Center announced that its monitoring stations recorded, during the past 24 hours, from yesterday evening (Thursday) until seven in the morning today, 18 weak tremors, including an earthquake in the Syrian coast north of Latakia with a magnitude of 43 kilometers with a magnitude of 2.5, and an earthquake southwest of Tartous with a distance of 31 kilometers and a magnitude 1.4 degrees.

The Security Council calls on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to engage constructively in the peace process, praising the recent visit made by two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital Sana'a two weeks ago, where they held talks with the Houthi group.  The UN Security Council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process."  This came in a press statement by the Council, which was published on the United Nations News website, on Friday.  In the statement, the Security Council commended the recent visit of two delegations from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman to the Yemeni capital, Sana'a.  On April 9, two Omani and Saudi delegations visited the capital, Sana'a, where they held talks with the Houthi group, as part of intensive regional and international efforts by Washington, the United Nations, Britain and the European Union.  The Security Council welcomed the "continued" support of Saudi Arabia and Oman for the mediation efforts of the United Nations in Yemen.  The council said that these talks "represent valuable steps towards reaching a comprehensive ceasefire and inclusive Yemeni-Yemeni political talks, under the auspices of the UN Special Envoy for Yemen (Hans Grundberg) based on the agreed terms of reference, and in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions," according to the council. Statement.  The council called on the Yemeni parties to "continue dialogue and engage constructively in the peace process and negotiate in good faith."  The council stressed its "continued support for efforts to reach a political settlement and ultimately end the suffering of the Yemeni people," according to the statement.​​​​​​​  For nearly 9 years, Yemen has been witnessing an ongoing war between pro-government forces backed by an Arab military coalition led by neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iran-backed Houthis, who have controlled governorates, including the capital, Sana'a, since September 2014.  By the end of 2021, the war had claimed 377,000 lives, and the Yemeni economy had lost $126 billion, according to the United Nations. Most of the country's population, numbering about 30 million, depended on aid, in one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.           A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by the occupation army’s bullets in separate areas of the West Bank Local Palestinian sources announced the death of the 15-year-old Mustafa Amer Sabah, who was shot by the Israeli army during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem. Also, 11 others were wounded by the occupation army's bullets in separate areas of the occupied West Bank.  A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded by Israeli army bullets on Friday, during clashes that erupted in separate areas of the West Bank.  And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, in a brief press statement, "the death of a citizen by the occupation bullets in the town of Tuqu'," east of Bethlehem, in the southern West Bank.  Anadolu Agency correspondent reported, quoting local sources, that Mustafa Amer Sabah (15 years old) was shot dead by the Israeli army after being hit with live bullets in the chest, during clashes that broke out in the town of Tuqu', east of Bethlehem.  In the central West Bank, the official Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported that 5 Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli army in the village of al-Mughayyir, northeast of Ramallah.  She added that settlers attacked Palestinian lands from the eastern entrance to the village, and broke a number of perennial olive trees, under the protection of soldiers who fired bullets and tear gas canisters.  In the northern West Bank, Wafa said that two Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens suffocated, as a result of the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.  In turn, the coordinator of the Popular Resistance Committees in Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, Murad Ishtwi, said in a statement that 4 Palestinians, including a journalist, were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Kafr Qaddum.  Separate areas of the West Bank witness weekly activities rejecting settlement on the lines of contact with the Israeli army, which disperses and pursues demonstrators inside their towns.        A military statement by the Syrian army following the recent Israeli targeting of the city of Homs  A Syrian military source revealed, at dawn on Saturday, the details of the recent Israeli aggression on the outskirts of the city of Homs.  The Syrian Public Authority for Radio and Television quoted the military source as saying, "At approximately 00:50 this morning, the Israeli enemy carried out an air attack with a number of missiles from the direction of northern Lebanon, targeting some points in the vicinity of the city of Homs."  The source added, "Our air defense forces intercepted the aggression's missiles and shot down some of them, and the aggression resulted in the injury of three civilians, the ignition of a civilian gas tank, and the burning of a number of tanks and trucks."  And the Syrian official news agency "SANA" reported that the air defenses responded at dawn today, Saturday, to hostile targets in the skies of Homs.          "The Arabs are coming"Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid comments on the historic achievement of Major Sultan Al Neyadi  Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, commented on the first mission to walk in outer space.  And on his Twitter account, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid said: "After 3 years of intensive training  today we saw Sultan Al Neyadi on the first mission to walk in outer space  and carry out missions to install new parts and perform maintenance on the International Space Station  the first Emirati The first Arab, the first Muslim, to walk in outer space, we are proud of that.  He added, "They say that two-thirds of the stars in the sky bear Arab names Arabs are capable Arabs are coming Arabs are creative if we decide to focus on science invest in youth and stay away from differences."  A video clip showed astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi stepping as the first Arab citizen into outer space, which is considered a historic Emirati Arab achievement.       Syria: 20 light earthquakes were recorded within 24 hours, two of which were this Friday morning  The Syrian National Seismological Center announced that an earthquake measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale struck today, Friday, 6 kilometers northeast of Hama Governorate, at 8:48 am.  The National Center stated in a statement that the tremor was recorded at 36.761 east longitude, 35.181 north latitude, and at a depth of 10.5 km.  The center pointed out that another earthquake was recorded at 8:15 a.m. this morning in the "Iskenderun District" northwest of Idlib, 59 km, at longitude 36 east, latitude 36.071 north, with a depth of 8.1 km, and a magnitude of 4.2 degrees according to the Richter scale.  The National Seismological Center announced that its monitoring stations recorded, during the past 24 hours, from yesterday evening (Thursday) until seven in the morning today, 18 weak tremors, including an earthquake in the Syrian coast north of Latakia with a magnitude of 43 kilometers with a magnitude of 2.5, and an earthquake southwest of Tartous with a distance of 31 kilometers and a magnitude 1.4 degrees.       Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens  The Saudi Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority at Al-Bathaa port managed to thwart an attempt to smuggle a quantity of Captagon pills amounting to 4,152,000 pills, which were found hidden in a consignment coming to the Kingdom through the port.  Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens (video)Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of 12.7 million narcotic tablets (video + photos)  The authority stated that a consignment was received to the Kingdom through the Batha port, consisting of "ovens used for roasting" carried on one of the incoming trucks, and when they were subjected to customs procedures and examined through security techniques, that amount of grain was found within the consignment, so that it was hidden inside "cavities". ovens.”  After completing the seizure process, coordination took place with the General Directorate for Narcotics Control to arrest the recipients of the seizures inside the Kingdom, where they were arrested, numbering 3 people, according to the authority.  The authority stressed that it is continuing to tighten customs control over the Kingdom's imports and exports, in order to achieve the security of society and protect it from these pests, in cooperation and continuous coordination with the General Directorate for Drug Control, calling at the same time everyone to contribute to combating smuggling to protect society and the national economy, through communication with her.

Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens

The Saudi Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority at Al-Bathaa port managed to thwart an attempt to smuggle a quantity of Captagon pills amounting to 4,152,000 pills, which were found hidden in a consignment coming to the Kingdom through the port.

Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of millions of narcotic pills hidden in ovens Saudi Arabia thwarting the smuggling of 12.7 million narcotic tablets

The authority stated that a consignment was received to the Kingdom through the Batha port, consisting of "ovens used for roasting" carried on one of the incoming trucks, and when they were subjected to customs procedures and examined through security techniques, that amount of grain was found within the consignment, so that it was hidden inside "cavities". ovens.”

After completing the seizure process, coordination took place with the General Directorate for Narcotics Control to arrest the recipients of the seizures inside the Kingdom, where they were arrested, numbering 3 people, according to the authority.

The authority stressed that it is continuing to tighten customs control over the Kingdom's imports and exports, in order to achieve the security of society and protect it from these pests, in cooperation and continuous coordination with the General Directorate for Drug Control, calling at the same time everyone to contribute to combating smuggling to protect society and the national economy, through communication with her.

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