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Saudi airstrikes on Yemen 

Condemnations are pouring in over the Saudi-led coalitions’ deadly airstrikes on Yemen, with the UN chief describing the attacks as unacceptable. Guterres called for a prompt, effective and transparent investigation into the airstrikes, which left dozens dead. Former leader of the UK Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn also censured the attacks and called for an end to arms sales to Saudi Arabia. He said they make London a complicit in the Saudi crimes. Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah also condemned the raids as terrifying. It said the Saudi-led coalition's attacks are aimed at covering up its failure on the battlefield. Meanwhile, Iraq’s resistance groups, in separate statements, denounced the airstrikes as a massacre of Yemeni civilians.

Protest against Israel 

Hundreds gathered outside the Israeli embassy in London on Friday, to protest the Zionist regime’s latest land grabs. Palestinians may lose their homes but solidarity for their plights is growing.

Unreasonable flight suspensions 

China and the United States are at odds again, this time, on the suspension of each others' flights. The US has suspended 44 flights by Chinese carriers, with the Transportation Department saying the move is in response to a similar decision by China. In recent weeks, Beijing suspended 44 flights by American airlines, after detecting positive covid cases. Now, the Chinese Embassy in Washington says such policy has been applied equally to Chinese and foreign airlines in a fair, open and transparent way. The embassy says the US measure is unreasonable, urging Washington to stop disrupting normal passenger flights. The two countries are at loggerheads on other issues including the coronavirus origin as well as trade and politics.

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