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A new settlement plan for the occupation authorities, north of Hebron

Occupied al-Quds, (ST) - The Israeli occupation authorities announced a new settlement plan to seize tens donums of Palestinian agricultural lands north of the occupied West Bank city of Hebron.

The Director of the Office of the Wall and Settlement Authority, Hassan Brijieh, told Wafa that the new plan aims to seize tens  donums of planted with olives and almonds north of Hebron, to expand a settlement built on Palestinian lands in the region.

Extremist settlers burn a school to the south of Nablus

Occupied Jerusalem (ST): A group of extremist settlers attacked at dawn today the village of Einabos to the south of the city of Nablus in West Bank and set fire to one of its schools.

Director of Resisting Settlement file in the West Bank Ghassan Daghlas said the settlers also attacked Palestinian houses and properties and caused huge material damage.

Israeli occupation trying to impose its curricula on schools in occupied al-Quds: Palestinian Foreign Ministry

OCCUPIED Al-QUDS, (ST)- The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has called on the international community to act immediately to stop the Israeli occupation's heinous campaign against the schools of occupied al-Quds, particularly the UNRWA schools.

In a statement on Monday, the ministry said that the occupation authorities are trying to impose their curricula and force the Palestinian students in al-Quds, particularly those who attend UNRWA schools to go to the occupation's schools.

Zarif: International silence about Washington's unilateral behavior encourages it to violate international laws

TEHRAN, (ST) - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif stressed that the international silence regarding the unilateral behavior of the American administration encouraged it to exclusivity in making decisions and violating international agreements and laws.

In today's speech, Zarif stressed that targeting heritage monuments is an unforgivable war crime and said that the threat of US President Donald Trump to strike Iran's cultural monuments is "a symbol of international cultural terrorism and a continuation of violating international laws."

Protests continue in Beirut and some Lebanese regions

Beirut, (ST) - Protests continued in Beirut and some Lebanese regions demanding improvement of living condition and accountability for the corrupt. 
 

The Lebanese National News Agency said that dozens of protesters gathered in the center of Beirut at the entrances of parliament, which will hold a session to discuss the general budget for 2020, and tried to storm the barriers and barbed wire that were placed in front of the parliament, but the Lebanese army personnel deployed in the place prevented them.