Jordanian royal court says rare meeting between the two leaders dealt primarily with the status of the Al Aqsa Mosque in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem.
'Baghdad II' meeting, which includes high-level officials from Saudi Arabia and Iran, tackles Iraq's most pressing concerns including its security and the economy.
Outsiders against an Argentine team on a 36-match winning streak, the Saudi players overcame all odds to beat the South American squad.
The plan is for Jordan to build 600 megawatts of solar power capacity that would be exported to Israel and in return, Israel would provide water-scarce Jordan with 200 million cubic metres of desalinated water.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has thanked Türkiye's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu for Türkiye's role in convincing Russia to remain in the grain deal.
The World Bank estimates that by 2050, if nothing is done to prevent it, there will be 216 million people internally displaced by the climate crisis with the Middle East being one of the most vulnerable regions.
Both officials "discussed their commitment to a two-state solution along the pre-1967 lines with mutually agreed land swaps and joint efforts to improve the quality of life for the Palestinian people," says US State Department spokesperson Ned Price.
The discovery of a 14th body means that all missing had been accounted for, marking the end to search efforts after a four-storey residential building toppled over in Amman.
Death toll rose to five as rescue teams are working to recover people trapped in the rubble after a building collapsed in Jordan’s capital.
Under new rules, expected to come into force on Monday, foreign passport holders –– including millions of Palestinians living abroad –– will no longer be able to obtain visas on arrival and instead have to apply for them at least 45 days in advance.
PM Justin Trudeau vows to investigate allegations that Canadian Security Intelligence Service recruited a people-smuggler who helped Shamima Begum and her two friends enter Daesh-controlled areas of Syria.
Shamima Begum, a teenager who along with two other girls left Britain in 2015 to join Daesh was smuggled to Syria by an intelligence agent recruited by Canada, and UK police knew it, a new book and several British media outlets claim.
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