At least 17 Palestinians have been injured during clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces at the entrance to the town of Naqurah, ten kilometers northwest of Nablus in the occupied West Bank.
Kenyan police have clashed with protesters in the capital Nairobi as calls increase on the country’s Supreme Court to delay a controversial rerun of presidential election, which is slated for October 26.
The deadly clashes between Saudi forces and Shia residents in the besieged town of Awamiyah are just the beginning of what could become a lot more instability within Saudi Arabia because the Saudi regime is on “very shaky ground,” says a Middle East expert.
Dozens of people have sustained injuries after clashes broke out between Israeli military forces and Palestinians at al-Aqsa Mosque as thousands of Muslim worshippers entered the holy site in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds after abolition of the Tel Aviv regime’s restrictive measures.
Sporadic clashes continued on Tuesday in Mosul, even after Iraq's Prime Minister declared a "total victory" over the Daesh terrorist group in the city and at least one airstrike hit the Old City neighborhood that was the scene of the fierce battle's final days.