Greece:- Supreme Court Judge Katrina Greece, 63-year-old Sakilaropoulou, won the presidency of the country, by 261 votes to 33 against, becoming the first woman president in Greek history for five years.

The new Lebanese government, headed by Hassan Diab, included 6 women, including the first Arab woman minister of defense, out of 20 ministers.

Lebanon had tested the assumption by a woman of a security ministerial post in the former Saad Hariri government, where Raya Al-Hassan held the position of the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities.

Iran - Khuzestan - Darkhoyen: - Less than a month after the Quds Force commander, with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Soleimani, was killed, an armed assault took place in front of his house, in Iran.

Australia - New South Wales: - After the forest fires that swept millions of hectares, especially in the states of eastern Australia, particularly in New South Wales, came the rain and thunderstorms that helped firefighters to overcome fires.

The regional international summit on Libya concluded its work in the German capital Berlin, with an agreement to implement the arms embargo to Libya and move the settlement path, and the formation of a military committee of 5 officers from the Al-Wefaq government and 5 others from the Libyan National Army with the aim of converting the current armistice into a permanent ceasefire.

Britain - Sandringham: - The Queen Elizabeth decided to deprive the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, of any royal role, after they expressed their desire for a limited role of royal duties related to the Kingdom.

The spokesperson for the General Command of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, responded to the statements of a Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who said: "The path of solution in Libya passes through Turkey," and that the fall of Al-Sarraj means the spread of terrorism.

United States of America:- The wife of the candidate for the 2020 US presidential election, Andrew Yang, was sexually assaulted during a gynecologist's visit, when she was seven months pregnant in 2012.

As part of the US President Donald Trump's plan to share the burden of the partners, Saudi Arabia paid the first installment of the deployment of American forces. Although the US President said that Riyadh "has already deposited a billion dollars in a bank account of the United States," the Pentagon did not confirm that Riyadh paid any costs.

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