Egypt on Saturday temporarily opened Rafah crossing point on the borders with the Gaza Strip in both directions.
Experts on the Middle East have called on the United States to stop adding fuel to the fire in the conflict-stricken region, and made some suggestions on how the relationship with Palestine could be improved.
Kyrgyzstan and Russia exchanged views on the prospects for trade and economic cooperation, vowing to implement joint investment projects and intensify cooperation, the press service of the Kyrgyz president said.
Palestinian President spokesperson Nabil Abu Rdeinah said Saturday that Palestinians will not accept any changes to the 1967 borders of East Jerusalem.
Japan's economy, the third-largest in the world, has huffed and puffed its way through 2017, mired in the same negative cycles since its asset price bubble's collapse in the early 1990s.
A recent CNN report about markets of African migrant slave has drown regional and international criticism, which might eventually lead to the international community intervening in Libya to protect the rights of stranded migrants.
Egypt temporarily opens Rafah crossing point on borders with Gaza Strip
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