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Donald Trump to unveil Middle East peace plan that ‘makes sense for everybody’

  • Trump says plan unlikely to be welcomed by the Palestinians, but he believed they would come round
  • Palestinians say Trump’s plan will favor Israel, and undermine their right to statehood
By Ray Hanania and Daoud Khuttab ·

Tearing down the wall: Saudi restaurants adjust to the abolishment of gender segregation

  • New law urges restaurants to remove segregation in entrance and separate seating arrangements
  • Many restaurants have already begun to implement the law, but others stubbornly refuse
By Lojien Ben Gassem ·

Saudi foreign minister says Israel policy unchanged

  • Foreign minister says Israeli passport holders are still unable to visit the the Kingdom
By DEEMA AL-KHUDAIR ·

Tearing down the wall: Saudi restaurants adjust to the abolishment of gender segregation

  • New law urges restaurants to remove segregation in entrance and separate seating arrangements
  • Many restaurants have already begun to implement the law, but others stubbornly refuse
By Lojien Ben Gassem ·

Netanyahu pulls request for immunity from corruption charges

  • Netanyahu is visiting Washington ahead of the launch of Trump’s peace plan
  • He was indicted on counts of fraud, breach of trust and bribery in November in three separate cases
By AP ·

Qatari Emir appoints new prime minister

By AFP ·

Airbus agrees to settle corruption probes with US, France and UK

  • Airbus said it could not comment on precise details regarding its talks with authorities
  • The European planemaker had already fired more than 100 people over ethics and compliance issues
By Reuters ·

Australian Open: Top-ranked Ash Barty a step closer to ending Aussie drought

  • Barty aiming to be the first Australian woman since Chris O’Neill in 1978 to win the Australian Open
  • She won her first title on home soil in Adelaide in the lead-up to this season’s first major
By AP ·

Russia expels Japanese journalist in military espionage row

  • The expelled journalist works for Japan’s Kyodo News agency
  • The reporter was told to leave Russia in 72 hours
By Reuters ·

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BBC journalist defended amid Israel report controversy

By Charlie Peters - Christopher Hamill-Stewart ·