Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is recovering.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas was walking around the consulting hospital where he was being treated.

President Abbas appeared walking with the medical staff overseeing his treatment, in a video broadcast on state television.

Anatolia: Attempt to assassinate Turkish President Erdogan

The Turkish Anatolia news agency reported that it received news that the Turkish intelligence services had received information that a plan to assassinate Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was being used by a Balkan group of Turkish origin during his visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Sunday.

She said Turkish intelligence was verifying reports from Turks living near the Macedonian capital of Skopje about "a plot to assassinate Erdogan.

Tunisia deposes political activist Mia Jeribi

Political circles and groups of people in Tunisia called the struggling politician and the secretary-general of the Republican Party, Mia Gribi, who passed away on Saturday morning, 19/5/2018, after a conflict with the disease.

Mia Jeribi was born on January 29, 1960, a Tunisian politician founded jointly with Ahmed Najib Chebbi, the Socialist Progressive Party in 1983, later renamed the Progressive Democratic Party.

Malaysia: Mahathir Mohammed again

Tunisia, Egypt, "Vision News": Mahathir Mohamad returned to Malaysia as prime minister after winning the election, in which he ran as an opposition leader.

Israel signs signs for new US embassy in Jerusalem

Israel began to put signs for the new US embassy in the streets of Jerusalem, a week before the scheduled opening of the embassy in the city.

The workers installed signs in English, Hebrew and Arabic near the US consulate in south Jerusalem, which will become the headquarters of the embassy after being officially transferred on May 14 from Tel Aviv.

The US State Department has previously announced its intention to open a new embassy in Jerusalem in May, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of Israel.

After the statements of US President Donald Trump, his country's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and announced his intention to go to Jerusalem for its opening.

For the first time, the royal family in Britain is participating in the commemoration of the establishment of Israel

The British Crown Prince Charles will attend the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Israel, coinciding with the Nakba of the Palestinian people, to be held in London.

The Israeli Embassy will hold a concert in a hall in London on May 24, where Prince Charles and a number of British dignitaries and officials will take part, which Israel has seen as evidence of the deep relationship between the two countries.

British Home Secretary Amber Rudd has resigned

A spokesman for British Prime Minister Theresa Mae said British Home Secretary Amber Rudd had resigned after allegations that she had misled members of the House of Commons over targets set up to deport illegal immigrants.

Amber Rod was also severely criticized at the beginning of the month for improper handling of the so-called Jill Windrach, citizens of the Commonwealth and the Caribbean, who came to Britain after the Second World War.

Former Malawi President Joyce Panda returns from exile

From Johannesburg (South Africa), former President of Malawi, Joyce Banda returned to her country after four years in exile, and accusations in a case that led to lose the presidential election in 2014.

She was greeted by hundreds of supporters waving orange flags to her party.

Joyce Banda left Pingu Wa Mutharika dead after a heart attack, the first woman to head Malawi and the second woman to head a post-African nation after Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.

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