From summoning the Israeli ambassador to America to protest the abolition of a law banning settlements in the northern West Bank, and the security forces in Lebanon dispersing protests against the depreciation of the lira, and Hassan Nasrallah responding to what was raised about the “Lebanon annex” to the Saudi-Iranian agreement, and amending a draft law against homosexuality to include the death penalty In Uganda, up to the retirement of Mesut Ozil after a career that spanned 17 years… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headlines of some of the most prominent diverse stories from the Middle East and the world.
In a rare move, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, Michael Herzog, was summoned to the State Department in Washington, on Tuesday, to protest legislation passed by the Knesset that would allow resettlement in areas of the northern West Bank.
On Wednesday, the Lebanese Forces fired tear gas at hundreds of demonstrators who gathered near the parliament building in Beirut to demonstrate against the deteriorating economic and political conditions in the country.
The Secretary-General of the Lebanese Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, responded to reports about the existence of a special attaché to Lebanon, within the terms of the agreement between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Iran, to resume diplomatic relations between the two countries and reopen their embassies.
Amendments to a hardline anti-homosexuality bill passed in Uganda on Tuesday, which was condemned by human rights groups, showed that it would include the death penalty.
Mesut Ozil, the former Germany national team player, announced his retirement from football at the age of 34, according to a statement posted on his social media accounts, on Wednesday.
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