The New Arab Staff
Israel's prime minister has said his controversial plans for the judiciary have been paused.
The UAE statement comes after Israel voted to allow four abandoned Israeli settlements to be reoccupied.
The Israeli military carried out the effort to 'boost public awareness' of the army's Gaza operations in May 2021, in which more than 250 Palestinians were killed.
Relief planes – including from the United Nations – won't be allowed to access Yemen's capital until 30 March, according to the rebel-controlled Civil Aviation Authority.
Several Muslim countries expressed their outrage after a far-right group in Denmark burned the Quran in front of the Turkish embassy in Copenhagen on Friday.
The large groups of Israeli radicals – whose incursion on Sunday came during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan – were under Israeli forces' protection.
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed a rally of thousands in Lahore on Saturday, despite alleged attempts by the government and the police to prevent crowds from gathering.
The Libyan coastguard shot at the rescue ship Ocean Viking and forced it to flee while attempting to rescue asylum seekers off the Libyan coast, according to the NGO SOS Mediterranee.
Israeli settlers hurled stones at vehicles and attacked Palestinian herders in the occupied West Bank on Saturday.
Infrastructure in oil-rich Iraq is continuing to decay, with thousands of buildings on the verge of collapse and no new roads created in the capital city Baghdad in decades, according to officials.