Update Saudi Arabia, world leaders urge restraint on escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence

Saudi Arabia, world leaders urge restraint on escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence

  • Riyadh pushes for revival of peace process, end to occupation
  • Arab Americans prod Biden government to hold Israel accountable
By RAY HANANIA ·

New gun attack in east Jerusalem after synagogue mass shooting video

New gun attack in east Jerusalem after synagogue mass shooting

  • Police said the suspect was “neutralized” following the latest gun attack in the Silwan neighborhood
  • Israel’s Magen David Adom emergency response service identified the victims as two men, aged 47 and 23
By Agencies ·

All eyes on turnout as Tunisia votes again after boycott

All eyes on turnout as Tunisia votes again after boycott

  • Lawyer and political expert Hamadi Redissi said the new assembly would 'not have to approve the government, nor can it censor it without a two-thirds majority' of both parliament & a council of regional representatives, whose make-up has yet to be defined
By AFP ·

Trump kicks off White House campaign with events in New Hampshire, South Carolina

Trump kicks off White House campaign with events in New Hampshire, South Carolina

  • Rob Godfrey, a Columbia-based political strategist, said many Republicans are holding off on a Trump endorsement because of the wide range of possible candidates who could run for the party's nomination
By Reuters ·

Italy, Libya sign $8-billion gas deal as PM Meloni visits Tripoli

Italy, Libya sign $8-billion gas deal as PM Meloni visits Tripoli

  • Meloni is the highest European official to visit oil-rich Libya since the country failed to hold presidential and parliamentary elections in December 2021.
By AP ·

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

  • Under the new criteria, Twitter accounts will only be suspended for severe or ongoing and repeat violations of the platform’s policies
By Reuters ·

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

Twitter says users will be able to appeal account suspension

  • Under the new criteria, Twitter accounts will only be suspended for severe or ongoing and repeat violations of the platform’s policies
By Reuters ·