KUWAIT, Dec 29 (KUNA) -- The Arab world witnessed a variety of events at many fronts throughout 2022.
Following are major events in the Arab World this year:
THE ARAB LEAGUE:
Jan 13: Arab League urged Houthis to release UAE-flagged civilian cargo vessel in Red Sea.
Jan 20: Arab League called for pressuring Israel to end administrative detention.
Feb 3: Arab League, OIC welcomed Amnesty's report on Israel's 'apartheid' against Palestinians.
Feb 6: Arab league revoked Israel status in African Union.
Feb 28: Kuwait stressed importance of unifying Arab position on Ukraine crisis.
March 1: Arab League welcomed UN "terrorist" label on Houthis.
March 29: Arab League called for international protection for Palestinians.
June 20: Arab League supported Somalia's new government.
June 23: Arab League urged food donations to Somalia.
July 4: Arab League General Secretary announced that the political deadlock causes instability in Libya.
July 21: Arab League and UN Program launched report Global Environmental Outlook Arabic version.
Aug 3: The Arab League welcomed the renewal of the truce in Yemen for two additional months.
Aug 3: The Arab League affirmed its firm commitment to the one-China principle.
Sep 2: The Council of the Arab League held its 158th ministerial session
Sep 4: The Arab League expressed its solidarity with Sudan in facing the two catastrophic floods.
Sep 5: The Secretary-General of the Arab League announced the agreement to hold the next Arab summit in Algeria next November.
Oct 5: The Arab League affirmed its rejection of British Prime Minister Liz Terrace's statements about moving UK's embassy to Jerusalem.
Oct 12: The Arab League warned of negative repercussions on the peace process in the region if Britain transfers its embassy.
Oct 13: The Arab League, international and Arab organizations signed a statement of the initiative to fight hunger in the region.
Oct 18: The Arab League welcomed Australia's decision to back down from recognizing West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Oct 13: The Arab League affirmed its support for the Sudanese national efforts to achieve a comprehensive dialogue among Sudanese people.
Oct 19: The Secretary General of the Arab League called on the Libyan parties to dialogue to settle the crisis in their country.
Oct 26: The Arab League called on the UN to assume its responsibility to provide international protection for the people.
Oct 27: The Arab League seek to develop a new strategy for food security before the Algiers Arab summit.
Nov 12: The Arab League welcomed the decisions of the Fourth Committee of the UN General Assembly related to Palestine's case.
Nov 13: The Arab League and the UN signed a MoU to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Nov 23: the Arab League launched the Arab Guiding Strategy for the Advancement of the Nursing and Midwifery Professions 2022-30, with Kuwaiti participation.
Dec 4: The Arab League confirmed its continuation of support for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA).
Dec 7: The Arab League confirmed its keenness to provide support to Lebanon in all fields to get out of its current crisis.
Dec 8: The Arab League called for an end to the aggression after three Palestinians killed in Jenin.
Jan 5: Iraq's INOC to take over ExxonMobil's stake in West Qurna 1 oil field.
Jan 6: Iraq announced 1st Omicron infections.
Jan 8: Iraq received 50 ISIS suspects from Syria.
Jan 9: Iraq's parl't speaker opened door for presidency candidacy.
Jan 9: Al-Halbousi reelected as speaker of Iraqi parliament.
Jan 13: Iraq Court suspended re-elected Parliamentary Speaker.
Jan 13: At least five people killed as scaffolding collapses at Iraq holy site.
Jan 14: Iraq Police opened investigation on explosions near political party offices in Baghdad.
Jan 15: Iraq prevented drone attack on air base.
Jan 20: Iraqi NOC signed development deal with Chinese SINOPEC.
Jan 21: Terror attack in Iraq led to death of 11 soldiers.
Jan 25: Iraq rebuilt health facilities with Kuwaiti aid.
Jan 26: UNAMI decried rocket attack near house of Iraqi parliament speaker.
Jan 28: Ministry: Missiles target Baghdad int'l airport, caused minor damage.
Jan 31: Saudi Arabia, Iraq signed deal to support agricultural cooperation, livestock and fisheries.
Feb 3: Iraqi Federal Court rejected the lawsuit filed regarding the largest bloc.
Feb 5: Heavyweight Iraqi group boycotted president election.
Feb 6: Iraqi court halted ex-FM Zebari's nomination for presidential post.
Feb 7: Iraqi parliament could not convene to elect new president.
Feb 8: Iraq air strike killed seven senior IS fighters.
Feb 25: Iraq temporarily closed West Qurna 2 oilfield for maintenance.
March 6: National Iraqi Museum reopened following recovery of antiquities, restoration.
March 7: Iraq raised radiation alert amid global fear of nuclear contamination.
March 7: Iraq to lift COVID-19 measures next month.
March 23: Iraq Tripartite alliance confirmed nominations for Iraq's president and prime minister.
March 29: Iraqi security forced launch wide-scale operation to hunt IS operatives.
March 30: Iraqi parliament failed to elect president in third bid.
July 15: Kurdistan region of Iraq announced killing four ISIS members.
July 16: Cholera cases in Iraq rose to 309, with three deaths.
July 19: EU appointed Anders Weiberg as new head for its advisory mission in Iraq.
July 19: Afghan Ghulam Isakzai appointed as new deputy of the UN Special Representative to Iraq.
July 21: Baghdad handed the Turkish ambassador a memorandum of protest, demanding the withdrawal of Turkish forces.
July 23: Iraq submited a complaint to UN Security Council regarding Turkish bombing.
July 25: Kurdistan Region of Iraq formed investment team to attract foreign investors.
July 25: Iraq nominated former minister Muhammad Shia for post of prime minister.
July 27: Protestors withdrew from the Green Zone in response to the movement leader's request.
July 27: Rockets bombed the Turkish consulate in northern Iraq.
July 28: International Islamic Charitable Organization opened a school for displaced Iraqis in Irbil.
July 30: Protestors stormed the parliament building, despite security restrictions.
Aug 2: Iraq announced the allocation of USD 202 mln to build new drilling rigs on the border with Turkey.
Aug 4: The Iraqi News Agency announced that its official Twitter account had been hacked.
Aug 16: Iraqi Finance Minister Ali Allawi submitted his resignation.
Aug 20: A dirt mound collapsed on a religious shrine in Karbala.
Aug 20: Two people were pulled out alive from the ruins of the religious shrine.
Aug 21: The Iraqi Ministry of Health announced the recovery of four dead bodies and six injured in Karbala shrine.
Aug 21: Rescue teams delivered water, food and oxygen to the people trapped under ruins in Karbala shrine.
Aug 23: The Supreme Judicial Council decided to resume its work after the demonstrators withdrew from the camp in front of his building.
Aug 23: An Iraqi court issued an arrest warrant against a leader of the Sadrist movement.
Aug 23: The Iraqi Prime Minister cut short his visit to Egypt, returning to Baghdad to follow up the repercussions of suspending the judiciary.
Aug 24: ISIS member killed and two others wounded in an ambush.
Aug 25: Rocket bombing targeted a Turkish army camp in northern Iraq.
Aug 29: The political crisis in Iraq entered a dangerous turn and a curfew is announced.
Aug 29: Eight people killed, and more than 70 others injured in the protests in Baghdad.
Aug 29: The Iraqi Council of Ministers suspended its sessions after demonstrators stormed the palace.
Aug 29 The Joint Operations Command in Iraq announced curfew in Baghdad.
Aug 29: The Iraqi and Kuwaiti forces carried out a joint exercise.
Aug 29: The leader of the Sadrist movement in Iraq announced his final retirement from politics.
Aug 30: The Iraqi authorities lifted the curfew.
Aug 30: 30 people killed and more than 400 injured in the Baghdad clashes.
Aug 30: The Green Zone was bombed with missiles and the headquarters of two parties in Baghdad were burned.
Sep 2: The UN Security Council appealed to the Iraqi parties to show restraint and urged them to find a solution.
Sep 4: Iraqi parliament Speaker proposed 10 items for political dialogue and called for early elections.
Sep 4: Three ISIS members killed, including a leader and his assistants.
Sep 5: Early elections agreement is set in a national dialogue session and Sadrist movement was absent from it.
Sep 5: Turkish army rescued seven soldiers after a helicopter crash.
Sep 7: The Federal Supreme Court in Iraq rejected the case for dissolving Parliament.
Sep 10: four ISIS members killed in an air strike near a lake Hamreen.
Sep 11: Two gunmen killed in bombing by a Turkish drone.
Sep 13: Iraq announced its intention to carry out the first oil exploration operation in its territorial waters in the Gulf.
Sep 24: The Iraqi authorities announced the death of a security officer and two terrorists in an armed clash.
Sep 26: The Iraqi parliament resumed its work by voting on the resignation of its speaker.
Sep 28: The Iranian Revolutionary Guards claimed responsibility for the bombing operations in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Sep 28: Iraqi Kurdistan confirmed the death of 9 in an Iranian bombing in Baghdad.
Sep 28: Iraq announced the injury of seven soldiers in a missile attack on the green zone.
Sep 28: Iran bombed Kurdistan party headquarters.
Sep 29: Baghdad summoned Iran's ambassador to protest the bombing of the Iraqi Kurdistan region.
Sep 29: The death toll from the Iranian bombing of the Kurdistan region rose to 71.
Oct 1: The Iraqi authorities announced that 28 people were injured in the protests in Baghdad.
Oct 4: three people killed in two separate attacks in Sulaymaniyah Governorate.
Oct 7: An officer was killed and 4 others were wounded in a car bomb explosion in Irbil.
Oct 13: The Iraqi President assigned Muhammad Al-Sudani to form the new government.
Oct 13: Iraqi parliament elected Abdulatif Rashid as the new president of Iraq.
Oct 9: The Parliament of Iraqi Kurdistan extended its current fifth legislative session for another year.
Oct 10: Iraqi authorities announced the strengthening of security measures in Basra to secure the Gulf tournament.
Oct 15: Iraqi Prime Minister relieved the Acting Minister of Finance from his post.
Oct 16: The international coalition affirmed its commitment to continue supporting Iraq in the war on terrorism.
Oct 27: The Iraqi parliament gave confidence to the new government headed by Muhammad Al-Sudani.
Oct 29: Nine people killed and 13 others injured in a tank explosion east of Baghdad.
Nov 1 46th Baghdad International Fair started with the participation of 12 countries.
Nov 1: The Iraqi president ordered the government not interfere with the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar.
Nov 2: Iraqi Prime Minister announced the overthrow of the largest oil smuggling in Basra.
Nov 6: Iraq planed to increase the production of the Basra Gas Company to 1,400 million cubic feet per day.
Nov 8: The Iraqi Prime Minister ordered an investigation into the murder of an American citizen by gunmen in Baghdad.
Nov 14: One person killed and eight wounded in an Iranian missile attack targeting sites in the Kurdistan region.
Nov 18: Belgium donated USD two mln in financial aid for the removal of mines in Iraq and Syria.
Nov 18: 10 people killed and 13 injured in a house collapse in Sulaymaniyah Governorate, northern Iraq.
Nov 22: An armed Iraqi army helicopter crashed due to a technical malfunction in its engine, injuring its crew.
Nov 22: Four people killed and 33 injured when a gas tank exploded as a result of a leak from a pipeline in Dohuk Governorate.
Nov 23: The Ministerial Council for National Security announced the redeployment of the Iraqi border forces.
Nov 27: Iraqi Prime Minister announced the recovery of more than UAD 126 mln out of USD 2.6 billion stolen in a corruption operation from tax secretariat funds.
Nov 27: NATO mission in Iraq renewed its commitment to support Iraq fight terrorism.
Dec 3: The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted to grant its confidence to two new ministers.
Dec 4: Baghdad airport closed due to the crash of an Iraqi Airways plane.
Dec 7: Iraq International Book Fair kicked off with the participation of more than 350 publishing houses.
Dec 7: Iraq announced the killing of six members of ISIS a security operation.
Dec 8: President of the Kuwaiti Football Association praised the readiness of the Al-Mina and Al-Basra international stadiums in Iraq, in preparation for the 25th Gulf Cup.
Dec 14: Iraq announced the killing of three soldiers and wounding three others in device explosion.
Dec 18: Nine Iraqi police officers killed, and five others wounded due to explosive device targeting a security patrol.
Dec 12: A security officer killed and another wounded in an armed attack on a security headquarters.
Jan 2: Sudanee Prime Minister Hamdok resigned office.
Jan 17: Seven demonstrators killed in anti-military protest in Sudan.
Jan 18: Sudan to form investigative committee on violence acts in protests.
Jan 30: Demonstrator shot dead as mass marches persist across Sudan.
Feb 6: Deadly clashes erupted in Sudan's Darfur region.
Feb 28: Sudanese protester killed as thousands march against coup.
March 13: Seventeen killed in Darfur protests in Sudan.
March 17: Gold mine collapsed and killed 13 people in S. Sudan.
March 19: Gold mine collapsed and killed five, injureed four in S. Sudan.
March 21: US sanctioned Sudanese Central Reserve Police for alleged serious Human Rights Abuse.
March 31: US announced the continuation of national emergency in South Sudan.
April 2: Sudan retrieved 13 bodies after a boat sank in the Blue Nile in southeastern Sudan.
April 25: six killed in an attack by armed men in western Sudan.
April 27: 201 people killed in tribal violence in western Sudan.
June 8: First sessions of the tripartite mechanism for dialogue in Sudan kicked off.
June 9: Sovereign Council of Sudan Chairman awarded Kuwait's ambassador the Order of the Two Nile.
June 13: 100 people killed in a tribal conflict in western Sudan.
June 16: UN's World Food Program warned that Sudan is facing severe food insecurity.
June 26: Sudan accused Ethiopia of executing 7 soldiers and a citizen.
June 27: Charitable work organizations in Sudan honored Kuwait's Ambassador in appreciation for humanitarian work.
July 5: Sudan, Ethiopia agreed to resolve all issues through dialogue.
July 13: The Troika and the European Union called for a comprehensive dialogue to form a government.
July 16: Washington ended aid to the monitoring peace in southern Sudan.
July 18: Sudan reopened border crossing with Ethiopia.
July 22: The World Bank allocated USD 100 mln to address severe food crisis in Sudan.
Aug 5: 18 people in an ambush by an armed group on the border.
Aug 12: The Arab Parliament called on Arab countries to help Sudan overcome rains and floods that killed 52 people, injured 25 and damaged thousands of homes.
Aug 17: Sudan announced that the number of victims of floods and rains rose to 77 and 35 thousand homes destroyed.
Aug 18: Publications of the Kuwaiti National Council for Culture, Arts and Literature contributed to enriching Sudanese Library.
Aug 21: The Kuwait Red Crescent provided urgent aid to the people of Sudan.
Aug 21: The Sudanese Council of Ministers declared a state of alert as flood victims rose to 80, and 31 wounded.
Aug 24: First US ambassador arrived to Sudan after 25 years.
Sep 1: Italy provided an emergency donation to those afflicted by heavy floods.
Sep 12: 13 killed in renewed tribal conflict in western Sudan.
Sep 13: A UN report said that 12 million children in Sudan are at risk of being cut off education.
Sep 23: The head of the Sovereignty Council in Sudan called on the African Union to reconsider the decision to suspend his membership.
Oct 15: The US President decided to stop non-humanitarian aid to several countries, including South Sudan.
Oct 24: The international tripartite mechanism called on the Sudanese security to protect the rights of the protestors.
Oct 25: A protestor killed while calling for the restoration of civil authority.
Oct 25: EU called for the immediate return of civilian rule in Sudan.
Nov 7: First Arab-African conference on social responsibility towards children's rights kicks off in Khartoum.
Nov 26: Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council in Sudan announced his support for the political steps taking place in the country.
Dec 4: EU welcomed the signing of a political agreement to end the political crisis in Sudan.
Dec 7: US expands the policy of restricting the issuance of visas to individuals involved in mandating democratization in Sudan.
Dec 13: Sudan signed an agreement with the Abu Dhabi Ports Company andand other with investments amounting to USD six billion.
Jan 2: Jordanian MPs voted down constitutional amendment on royal powers.
Jan 3: Jordan's parl't approved some amendments enlarging King's powers.
Jan 4: Jordan's Parliament approved a constitutional amendment to change the age of electoral candidates from 30 to 25 years.
Jan 16: Army Captain killed, three injured by smugglers fire on Jordan-Syrian borders.
Feb 17: Jordan eased coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.
Feb 21: Jordan's Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh tested positive for the coronavirus.
March 29: Jordan, Saudi inked agreement in Joint Committee meeting focuses on media and youth.
March 31: Jordan funded the red sea water transportation by providing 1.83 billion.
April 12: King of Jordan underwent successful surgery.
May 16: Yemeni Air arrived to Amman, coming from Sanaa, after a six-year hiatus.
June 2: Jordan and EU launched an investment platform to support the Jordanian economy at a value USD 2.6 billion.
June 3: Jordan welcomed the renewal of the settlement in Yemen for an additional two months.
June 6: Jordan launched the vision of economic modernization.
June 8: Kuwait Fund signed a loan agreement with Jordan worth USD 38.3 million.
June 9: Jordan and Egypt signed MoU for cooperation in the field of mineral resources, oil and natural gas.
June 26: Jordan and Britain signed a grant agreement worth 50 million pounds to help Jordan expand its social safety net.
June 27: 12 dead and 260 wounded from the fall of the toxic gas tan in the Jordanian port.
July 7: Jordanian Foreign Minister confirmed his country's rejection of any change in the mandate of (UNRWA).
July 8: Jordanian King announced that regional projects in the economic field are good and working to provide job opportunities.
July 16: US intended to provide Jordan with annual aid worth USD 145 billion during 2023-29.
July 31: Jordanian government announced a modernization plan for the public sector.
Aug 3: Jordan and Palestine inaugurated the headquarters of a joint company to support their economic and agricultural sectors.
Sep 5: Zain telecom launched 5G service.
Sep 13: Building collapsed, killed five, injured seven.
Sep 16: Jordanian-American MoU valued at USD 2.45 billion for Jordan.
Sep 29: Jordan's Islamic Banks inked agreement to fund food and tourism sectors worth USD 20 million.
Oct 4: Jordan signed an agreement with OPEC Fund for International Development to support food security.
Oct 7: Jordanian negotiated the German government to determine the value of development aid to Jordan for two years, worth USD 414 million.
Oct 16: The International Finance Corporation pledged USD 400 million to Jordan for water desalination.
Nov 3: 9th meeting of the joint working group between the GCC and Jordan kicked off.
Nov 13: The Jordanian Parliament elected MP Ahmed Al-Safadi as its speaker.
Nov 15: The International Monetary Fund completed the fifth review of the performance of the Jordanian economy.
Nov 27: Jordan and US signed an annual grant agreement worth USD 845.1million to support the Jordanian budget.
Nov 30: Austria provided humanitarian aid worth USD 824 million to support humanitarian efforts in Syria and Jordan and to prevent further migration towards Europe.
Dec 15: Jordan and Iraq discussed boosting means of industrial cooperation and economic partnership.
Dec 16: Officer killed while dealing with riots protesting against raising fuel prices.
Dec 18: The Jordanian government signed a loan agreement with the European Investment Bank valued at USD 212 million to transporting water from Aqaba to the capital, Amman.
Dec 19: Jordan hosts Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership.
Jan 5: Algeria to reinstate Amb. to France.
Jan 7: Algeria reported 47 new cases of Omicron.
Jan 12: Algerians celebrated Amazigh New Year 2972.
Jan 19: Algeria closed schools for 10 days as COVID-19 infections surge.
Jan 20: Algeria signed agreement with Germany regarding coronavirus crisis.
Jan 21: Algeria were eliminated from the Africa Cup of Nations after losing to Tunisia.
Jan 24: Algeria closed schools for seven more days as COVID-19 infections surge Jan 27.
Jan 28: Two Algerian soldiers killed in clashes with terrorists at borders.
Jan 30: Algeria reported first case of stealth Omicron (BA2).
Feb 11: Algeria's Sonatrach signed deal to resume operations in Libya.
Feb 19: The Arab Parliament and heads of Arab councils submitted a document to face challenges to the Arab summit in Algeria.
Feb 20: Qatar, Algeria signed agreement on judicial cooperation and two MoUs.
Feb 24: Algerian National assembly reelected Salah Goudjil as President.
Feb 27: Death of an Algerian student by a missile attack in Ukraine.
Feb 27: Algerian government to create a committee for investing in Kuwait.
March 6: Algeria returned 1400 of their citizens from Ukraine.
March 17: Algeria announced that 26 countries will participate in mediterranean sea games.
March 20: Three Algerian soldiers were killed in clashes with terrorists at borders.
March 21: Algeria's Sonatrach and Eni discovered oil and gas in Berkine North Basin.
March 23: Algeria, China to invest USD 7 billion in fertilizer project
March 29: Algeria fighter jet crash killed pilot
March 29: Algeria's Sonatrach confirmed oil reserves discovered at Touggouart region.
March 31: The president of the Algerian Football Federation resigned.
April 10: French passenger ship collided with an Algerian fuel vessel in the port of Algiers.
April 11: Algeria and Italy signed an agreement to increase gas supplies to Italy.
April 18: The Russian and Algerian presidents agreed to continue coordination within the frameworks of OPEC + and Gas Forum.
April 20: Algerian president installed the Supreme Energy Council to maintain, renewal and develop reserves fuel.
May 9: Algeria announced its resort to the International Court of Arbitration for Sport to defend its rights to FIFA.
May 9: Algerian president approved on the acquisition of 15 new planes and ships to transport passengers and goods.
May 16: Algeria and Turkey signed 15 agreements to strengthen relations in various fields.
May 20: Algerian and Saudi Arabia's Foreign Ministers chaired the third session of the Consultation Committee politics.
June 21: Algeria, Niger and Nigeria's Energy Ministers agreed on laying the foundations for a pipeline project.
June 26: Earthquake with a magnitude of 1.5 hit Oran.
July 3: Algeria's Sonatrach achieved a turnover of exports end of May, worth USD 21.5 billion.
July 5: Algeria celebrated the 60th Independence Day with military parade.
July 6: Algerian president announced the opening of the land borders with Tunisia.
July 9: Algerian truck drivers injured in armed attack.
July 16: 42-magnitude earthquake struck northwest Algeria.
July 17: Algerian president signed a presidential decree to hold partial elections in two states east of the country.
July 18: Algeria and Italy signed memorandums of understanding in the field of energy worth USD 4 billion.
July 19: Algeria, Kuwait signed an executive program for legal and judicial cooperation.
July 20: Sonatrach signed USD 4 billion contract with Occidental and Eni.
July 24: Gas supplies from Algeria to Spain suffered a temporary decline due to work.
July 24: A malfunction stoped the supply of Algerian gas to Spain.
July 30: Algeria lift ban on exporting and importing to and from Spain.
Aug 3: An Algerian court sentenced a former minister to 10 years in prison, following his conviction for corruption.
Aug 14: Algeria announced that it has put out 78 fires in 11 provinces, and continues efforts to put out 11 fires in five states.
Aug 17: Algeria announced that 30 fires have been extinguished in 15 states, and that extinguishing operations are continuing with 8 other fires in five states.
Aug 18: Algeria announced the registration of 26 deaths due to fires in the country.
Aug 27: Algeria and France signed 5 cooperation and partnership agreements.
Sep 3: Foreign Minister called on implementing peace agreements.
Sep 8: Algeria inked agreement to export gas to Spain and Italy.
Oct 1: Algerian government launched 219 international letters of attorney to recover smuggled funds abroad.
Oct 3: Algeria put together an action plan with EU to implement the agreed-upon projects related to the energy sector.
Oct 5: Algeria sentenced the former president's brother and advisor to eight years in prison in a corruption case.
Oct 6: Algeria recovered the bodies of three people who were swept away by floodwaters.
Oct 9: The activities of the fifth meeting of the Algerian-French Committee kicked off.
Oct 11: The Algerian Prime Minister called on European companies to work with his country to raise its fuel production capabilities.
Oct 11: Algeria and the European Union renewed their joint will to strengthen partnership relations in the field of energy.
Oct 13: Four people, including a baby, killed in floods.
Oct 27: Algeria hosted the Arab Book Fair, under the slogan "Reunification of Arab Culture."
Oct 30: Algeria hostsed the 31st Arab Summit.
Nov 1: The 31st Arab Summit kicked off in Algeria.
Nov 2: The Arab Summit in Algiers concluded its work by stressing the importance of enhancing joint action and centralization.
Nov 7: The Algerian parliament approved the supplementary finance law for the year 2022 to preserve purchasing power.
Nov 8: Algeria, China signed the second five-year comprehensive strategic cooperation plan.
Nov 12: The Arab Small and Medium Enterprises Conference and Exhibition kicked off.
Nov 17: Algeria announced the granting of a solar power plant to Cuba.
Nov 26: The Algerian army announced the elimination of two terrorists and the arrest of two others during a specific operation near the border with Niger.
Dec 2: Algerian court sentenced a former minister to 10 years in prison and a fine of about USD 8,000 for corruption case.
Dec. 4: Algerian presidency signed seven agreements and MoU between Algeria and Jordan,.under the supervision of Algerian President and Jordan's King Abdullah II.
Dec 5: Algeria and China signed two plans to enhance strategic partnership.
Dec 13: The former director of the Algerian energy company Sonatrach sentenced to five years in prison.
Dec 16: The Algerian Football Federation filed to host the African Cup.
Jan 9: Egypt, US conducted joint marine drill in line with strategic partnership.
Jan 11: An earthquake of 6.6 magnitude hit the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Jan 20: Egypt, South Korea signed four cooperation agreements in various fields.
Jan 20: Egypt signed oil and petroleum agreements worth USD 506 million.
Jan 26: Cairo Book Fair opened.
Jan 31: Joint Egyptian-French air training Amun-22 activities kicked off.
Feb 1: South Korea said it signed USD 1.6 billion arms deal with Egypt.
Feb 16: Egypt signed agreement with National Authority for Military Production, Al-Masara Company for Engineering Industries and Italian Landy Renzo Company.
Feb 20: Egyptian and American naval units concluded an exercise to combat smuggling and mines.
Feb 21: Joint Jordanian Maritime Higher Committee concluded its 30th session.
Feb 21: French and Egypt's naval and air forces begun a training exercise (Ramses 2022) in the Mediterranean.
Feb 27: The International Conference on Solidarity and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development kicked off.
March 21: Egyptian President and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince agreed to strengthen cooperation to develop the joint Arab action system.
March 21: Egypt's Central Bank raised the interest rate by one percent in an exceptional meeting.
March 28: Egypt and France inked an agreement to manufacture and supply the Cairo metro, at a value of 850 million dollars.
March 29: Egypt filed an official complaint against Senegal for the attack on the football team.
March 30: Egypt and Saudi Arabia signed an agreement on investment (Saudi Public Investment Fund) in Egypt.
March 30: Saudi Arabia provided USD five billion as a deposit with the Central Bank of Egypt.
March 31: The Egyptian President issued a decree extending the implementation of some measures to maintain security in Sinai for six months.
April 5: Egyptian Investment Authority and Japan's Yazaki Corporation signed investment agreement valued USD 21.9 million.
April 11: Egypt and EU agreed to develop green hydrogen to enhance cooperation.
April 15: Egypt increased petrol price.
May 7: 11 soldiers killed in terrorists clashes in southern Suez Canal area.
May 11: Egypt inked MoU to work on 300,000 tons green ammonia production projects in Suez Canal.
May 11: 14 killed during military operations.
May 15: Egyptian armed forces reported death of four terrorists in northern Sinai.
May 19: Egypt's Central Bank increased interest rate two percent.
May 19: one terrorist shot by police in southern Sinai.
June 1: Egypt inked cooperation agreement with Germany's H2 Industry.
June 3: Two soldiers killed in explosion.
June 3: Egypt's Islamic development Bank launched annual meetings.
June 4: Egypt's Islamic development Bank inked funding agreement with 13 countries valued at USD 1.256 billion.
June 15: Egypt, EU, Israel inked MoU to transport and export natural gas.
June 19: Fighter jet crashed with no casualties during training.
June 20: Egypt signed MoU with Chevron Corporation.
June 21: Egypt signed 14-investment agreement with Saudi Arabia valued at USD 7.7 billion.
June 23: Egypt's Central Bank stabilized interest rate on deposit and lending.
June 28: Egypt court executed 10 people in the Helwan Brigades case.
July 4: Suez Canal achieved its highest annual revenue, amounting to USD seven billion.
July 4: Egyptian minister called for investment in the mining sector.
July 5: Egyptian and American air forces carried out a joint exercise.
July 5: The launch of an Egyptian national dialogue with the participation of political, trade union and human rights forces.
July 11: Egypt announced implementing an energy efficiency improvement projects worth USD 195 billion.
July 13: Egypt raised prices of a gasoline and diesel, starting today.
July 19: 23 people killed and 30 injured in a traffic collision.
July 19: African Development Bank approved a development financing of USD 271 million.
July 27: Egypt signed MoU with a leading Indian company to build a green hydrogen plant worth USD eight billion.
Aug 2: The Egyptian Navy and its Greek counterpart conducted a naval exercise.
Aug 2: The Suez Canal recorded last July the highest monthly revenue in its history worth USD 704 million.
Aug 5: Egypt,China signed a memorandum to establish manufacturing complex in one of Egypt's industrial worth USD 130 million.
Aug 9: Egypt announced mplementation of a national plan to rationalize electricity consumption in order to save electricity and natural gas used in power stations to export it abroad and increase exchange resources.
Aug 13: The Egyptian Parliament renewed confidence in Prime Minister Mustafa's government
Aug 14: Egypt and Comoros signed a MoU in military cooperation.
Aug 14: The Egyptian Ministry of Health announced the death of 41 citizens and the injury of 55 others in a fire.
Aug 18: The Egyptian President issued a decree appointing Hassan Abdullah as acting governor in central bank.
Aug 19: The Central Bank fixed deposit and lending rates.
Aug 21: The Egyptian Armed Forces announced the launch of joint training activities
Aug 25: Egypt signed 7 MoU with international hydrogen production companies
Aug 27: The Egyptian Navy carried out a "transient exercise" with the US and Spanish navy in the Mediterranean.
Sep 1: The Egyptian president reviewed cooperation with Greece to implement electricity production projects.
Sep 3: Egyptian and American navies carried out a "transient exercise" in the Mediterranean.
Sep 7: Egypt announced the recovery of 16 artifacts from US.
Sep 17: Egypt announced an increase in fees for ships crossing the Suez Canal by 15 percent.
Oct 3: Egyptian Federation Chambers of Commerce signed a cooperation protocol with the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry to enhance economic relations.
Oct 10: Egypt announced an increase in net foreign investment inflows, hitting about USD 89 billion.
Oct 10: The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs denied sending any observers to follow up the recent referendums in Ukraine.
Oct 16: Egypt announced its agreement with the International Monetary Fund on policies for a new subsidized economic reform program.
Oct 22: Egypt decided to fix fuel prices until next Dec.
Oct 27: A final agreement with the International Monetary Fund on a credit facility program worth USD three billion.
Oct 27: The Bank of Egypt decided to raise interest rates by 200 basis points.
Oct 29: Egypt and Kenya agreed to intensify efforts to reach a binding agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Nov 1: Egyptian and Saudi energy ministers discussed strengthening cooperation in the fields of renewable energy.
Nov 2: Egyptian armed forces announced the joining of a German-made frigate to the navy's fleet and hydrogen.
Nov 2: British Prime Minister retracted his decision not to participate in the (COP 27) summit in Egypt concerned with climate change.
Nov 3: Egypt, France and Italy welcomed the agreement to stop the fighting between the Ethiopian government and Tigray People's Liberation Front.
Nov 12: 19 died and six injured in a traffic accident in Dakahlia Governorate.
Nov 16: The European Commission provided USD 36 million to support the Egyptian energy sector.
Nov 13: Cairo International Film Festival opened its 44th session at the Egyptian Opera House.
Nov 20: Nine people died and 20 others injured in a bus and car collision in Al-Bahr Governorate.
Nov 20: The Egyptian Air Defense Forces carried out a joint shooting exercise using advanced systems.
Nov 21: The Egyptian Armed Forces announced the launch of the Naval Air Training Activities (Medusa-12).
Nov 20: Nine people killed and 20 others injured in a collision of a passenger bus and a transport vehicle.
Nov 23: Cairo Film Festival concluded its 44th edition at the Cairo Opera House.
Nov 27: Saudi Arabia and Egypt signed a cooperation agreement in the field of combating crime.
Nov 30: The Egyptian and Greek air forces carried out a joint air exercise involving formations of multi-tasking combat aircraft from both sides at an Egyptian air base.
Nov 30: The Egyptian government signed agreements to finance two projects to produce electricity from renewable energy, at a value of USD 1.3 billion.
Dec 1: 10 people killed and 8 others injured in a collision.
Dec 3: Eight people killed and eight others injured in a collision between a small passenger bus and a pick-up truck.
Dec 4: A joint Egyptian-Sudanese training activities kicked off.
Dec 7: Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources affirmed that the Middle East Gas Forum provides an important part of global energy supplies.
Dec 11: The Fourth Arab Forum for Women with Disabilities kicked off in Cairo.
Jan 13: Lebanese transport workers went on strike
Jan 18: US sanctioned 3 Lebanese businessmen for alleged Hezbollah ties
Jan 24: Former Lebanese PM Al-Hariri declared he is no longer in politics
Jan 26: Lebanon inked a deal for electricity supply with Jordan via Syria
Jan 31: Lebanon declared busting over 15 Israeli spy rings
Feb 2: Lebanon recorded a new high number of (COVID-19) infections with a total of 10,706
Feb 5: Lebanon's authorities thwarted attempts to smuggle over 150,000 Captagon pills to Kuwait
Feb 23: Lebanon thwarted three attacks by ISIS-linked militants
March 3: Beirut International and Arab Book Fair kicked off today after three-year break
March 4: Lebanon's Cabinet proposed postponing municipal elections to May 31, 2023
March 10: Lebanon received refurbished Central Drug Warehouse
April 9: Lebanon Central Bank's Head denied bankruptcy of the country
April 5: UN finished supplying petrol to services of health and water in Lebanon
April 7: President Michal Aoun took required measure for the election, and EU will manage the votes
April 10: EU welcomed the agreement between Lebanon's authority and international monetary fund to help the economy
April 12: One killed, seven injured in explosion at municipality building
April 21: EU allocated a humanitarian fund valued at 20 million Euro
April 26: Lebanon signed a MoU with to create a 30 million Euro Saudi-French Fund to support people in need
April 24: Lebanese Army rescued 50 people seeking illegal immigration from drowning
May 9: Lebanon ended the voting process in 58 countries, including 598 polling stations
May 10: The Lebanese Army confirmed its readiness to accompany the Lebanese elections
May 15: Polls closed in the Lebanese parliamentary elections
May 15: EU deployed 170 observers across Lebanon to follow up on the parliamentary elections
May 15: Lebanese voters headed to the polls in all Lebanese regions
June 20: Lebanon launched an appeal for USD 2.3 billion as part of a response plan required for 2022-23
June 20: Lebanon worked on demarcating its maritime borders in negotiations mediated by the United States.
June 21: Lebanon signed a contract with Egypt to purchase natural gas and transport it through Syria to generate electricity
June 23: Lebanese President assigned former Prime Minister Najib Mikati to form a new government
June 29: Lebanese President renewed his adherence to Resolution 1701 to maintain stability and security on the southern border
June 29: Acting Prime Minister Najib Mikati presented a government lineup to President Michel Aoun
July 4: Lebanon supported US mediation efforts to demarcate its side borders.
July 7: UN Security Council called for speeding up the formation of a new government in Lebanon to implement necessary repairs.
July 15: A fire broke out in the port of Beirut
July 25: The public administrations' strike continued in light of the state's inability to correct employees' wages
July 31: Part of the wheat silos collapsed in the port of Beirut
Aug 4: Families of Beirut port explosion victim demand justice after two years
Aug 4: The Lebanese President affirmed his commitment to achieving justice in the Beirut port explosion.
Aug 13: A soldier was killed and another wounded in clashes with smugglers
Aug 20: Lebanon discussed developing of its agricultural sector with the Arab Organization for Agricultural Development
Aug 31: The Security Council renewed the extension of UNIFIL's mandate in Lebanon for another year
Sep 2: 44th Lebanon International Rally started with Kuwaiti participation
Sep 9: The Italian police found two explosive devices near the Lebanese Consulate in Milano
Sep 13: The UN Humanitarian Fund for Lebanon allocated USD 8 million in preparation for the coming winter season
Sep 21: The International Monetary Fund affirmed the continuation of cooperation with Lebanon and its support despite all the delays
Sep 23: Lebanese Army arrested citizens involved in smuggling people illegally across the sea
Oct 1: The Internal Security Forces thwarted illegal smuggling of dozens of people to Italy
Oct 1: Lebanon received an American offer to demarcate its southern maritime borders with Israel. Oct 3: The Lebanese Ministry of Economy and ESCWA launched a project to support economic recovery in Lebanon
Oct 5: The Lebanese President requested the EU's support for the return of Syrian refugees to their country
Oct 11: The Lebanese Ministry of Health announced that the number of cholera infections has risen to 18.
Oct 11: Lebanon announced that the final version of the demarcation of the maritime borders with Israel meets its demands
Oct 12: The Lebanese Ministry of Health announced the registration of a death due to cholera, and confirmed infections rose to 26
Oct 19: The Lebanese Minister of Health announced the spread of cholera among the Syrian refugees
Oct 21: Two deaths and 7 new cases of cholera were recorded in 24 hours
Oct 26: (UNICEF) called for urgent measures to contain cholera in Lebanon
Oct 28: Lebanon launched negotiations with Cyprus on the maritime borders
Oct 29: The Lebanese Health Ministry announced the registration of a new death due to cholera, and confirmed infections rose to 381
Nov 1: The EU called on Lebanon to form a government urgently
Nov 1: The opening of the regional office of the International Francophone Organization in the Middle East in Beirut
Nov 1: The World Health Organization warned of a fatal cholera outbreak in Lebanon
Nov 2: The Lebanese army announced the arrest of "terrorists" belonging ISIS
Nov 2: The International Support Group called on the Lebanese parliament to elect a new president
Nov 3: The Lebanese Parliament called on the designated Prime Minister to assume duties
Nov 5: The World Health Organization announced its need for USD 10 million to confront the rapid outbreak of cholera in Lebanon.
Nov 9: US announced additional aid to Lebanon amounting to more than USD 72 million
Nov 9: The Lebanese authorities arrested eight terrorist cells belonging ISIS
Nov 10: US provided USD 50 million to support the enrollment of Lebanese and refugee students
Nov 10: A UN official announced the allocation of USD 95 million to contain the cholera outbreak in Lebanon
Nov 13: More than 26,000 people receive the cholera vaccine with the launch of the vaccination campaign in Lebanon
Nov 21: Acting Prime Minister announced the privatization of the World Food Program
Dec 1: EU approved 6 million euros to fund the Lebanese Army
Dec 3: Beirut International Arab Book Fair kicked off with the participation of 133 publishing houses
Dec 13: Minister of Agriculture announced the results of laboratory tests of random samples of cholera bacteria, which showed that Lebanese crops were cholera free
Dec 16: Lebanon affirmed its commitment to implementing UN Security Council Resolution No. 1701
Jan 5: Public Prosecution referred 19 people, including the suspended Speaker of Parliament and the former Prime Minister, to the judiciary for "electoral crimes"
Jan 10: Tunisian Minister of Economy and Planning signed a financing agreement worth USD 200 million
Jan 12: The Tunisian government imposed a partial curfew to counter Omicron, a varient of the coronavirus
Jan 28: Tunisian police foiled suicide attack
Feb 7: Tunisian President pledged to reform the judiciary in his country
March 20: Tunisia witnessed a protest march
March 29: The Tunisian Prime Minister pledged to facilitate procedures for French investors
March 30: Tunisian pres. dissolves parliament
March 30: Up to 16 Tunisian parliament members voted to cancel the measures and presidential decrees
April 11: Tunisia's mosques resumed Tarawih prayers after two years of interruption due to coronavirus
April 16: A commercial cargo ship carrying 750 tons of fuel sank off the southeast coast Tunisia
May 9: Tunisia announced the formation of a new independent electoral commission
May 13: Tunisia and Egypt signed 12 MoU to enhance economic and investment cooperation
May 25: The European Commission lent Tunisia USD 320 million to address the repercussions of coronavirus
June 10: Tunisian President confirmed his country's rejection of any attempt to divide Libya
June 13: World Bank provided additional financing to Tunisia worth USD 23 million to combat coronavirus
June 16: Employees in public sectors observed a strike to demand and increase in wages
June 25: Tunisia launched first floating plant to produce electricity from solar energy in the east Middle and Africa
July 7: Tunisian Anas Jaber became the first Arab woman to qualify for the final of the Wimbledon tennis tournament
July 8: Tunisian president acknowledged mistakes in the new constitution
July 25: Tunisia opened polling stations in all its governorates for a referendum on the new draft constitution
July 27: The new draft constitution passed with 94.6 percent of parliamentarians' votes
Aug 1: Italian Foreign Trade Institute announced an increase in the volume of trade exchange between Tunis and Rome
Sep 19: Five political parties declared boycotting next legislative elections
Oct 12: Tunisian Trade Minister called for strengthening economic partnership with Libya
Oct 13: US provided urgent financial aid to Tunisia, worth USD 60 million
Oct 14: Tunisian security forces used tear gas to disperse protests in the capital
Oct 15: International Monetary Fund announced an agreement with Tunisia to lend it USD 9.1 billion
Oct 27: A terrorist attack targeting a security patrol with an explosive device was thwarted
Nov 4: The Arab Monetary Fund decided to lend Tunisia USD 74 million
Nov 4: Ambassador Mansour Khaled Al-Omar presented his credentials as Kuwait's Ambassador to Tunisia
Nov 14: The EU signed a grant agreement with Tunisia worth about USD 103 million
Dec 16: Tunisians voted to choose a new parliament, the fourth since the 2011 elections
Dec 18: Algeria and France reached a solution to the visa problem
Jan 4: Morocco confirmed first Omicron fatality
Jan 15: Morocco postponed World Cup Shotgun tournament due Covid-19 spread
Feb 7: Morocco and Qatar signed a number of programs and memoranda of understanding
Feb 7: Morocco announced support for Saudi Arabia to host (Expo 2030) in Riyadh
Feb 9: Morocco and the EU agreed to strengthen bilateral strategic partnership
May 6: Morocco and Spain agreed to enhance cooperation
June 2: Morocco reported first monkeypox case
July 8: Morocco and the EU launched a renewed partnership on migration
Aug 17: Morocco announced 20 people killed and 34 injured in a bus accident
Aug 27: Morocco called back its ambassador from Tunisia for consultations and cancelled his participation in a forum
Sep 16: Morocco and Nigeria inked an agreement to build gas pipes
Oct 4: Morocco and Spain dismantled a terrorist cell
Oct 20: The Council of Arab Ministers of Justice held a meeting in Ifrane, Morocco, to discuss ways to fight terrorism
Oct 25: The European Commission announced its approval of a new program worth 115 million euros to support development of agricultural sectors in Morocco.
Feb 3: Kuwaiti Red Crescent performed more than 90 surgeries for Syrian refugees in Jordan
Feb 5: The Kuwaiti Red Crescent distributed aid to 1,200 Syrian refugee families in Jordan
Feb 17: Israeli attacks on Damascus caused material losses
Feb 24: Three Syrian soldiers were killed from Israeli missile attack on Damascus
March 6: Thirteen Syrian soldiers killed in a terrorist attack in Homs
March 7: Two Syrians killed in Israeli attack
April 9: Syrian Air forces stopped Israeli attack on Lebanon
April 27: Four soldiers killed and three injured in Israeli missile attack at Damascus
May 10: Brussels summit agreed on supporting Syria with 6.4 billion Euro
May 9: US President extended state of emergency in Syria and Iraq for another year
June 3: Syrian constitutional committee ended its 8th session
June 10: One Palestinian was injured in clashes with Israeli occupation forces
July 2: Casualties reported in an Israeli attack on Syria
July 8: UN Security Council investigated extension for transporting aid to Syria across the borders
July 12: An (so-called Islamic state) IS leader killed in Syria during a US drone strike
July 13: EU welcomed the Security Council's decision to approve the extension of the delivery humanitarian aid to Syria through borders for next six months
Aug 10: The Syrian army announced the death of a chief of the IS
Aug 12: Two civilians injured in an Israeli aggression on Syria
Aug 14: Three soldiers killed and three others were wounded in an Israeli aggression on Syria
Aug 19: American judiciary issued a life imprisonment sentence against an IS member for killing Americans in Syria.
Aug 31: An Israeli missile attack targeted Damascus and Aleppo airports
Sep 19: Rocket attack targeting American bases failed
Sep 24: Minister of Health announced deaths in a sunk boat reached 73 immigration seekers
Oct 21: An Israeli missile attack on Damascus causes damage
Nov 20: Turkey announced the launch of a massive air operation against bases of militants in northern Iraq and Syria
Nov 20: Eight Turkish security personnel injured in an attack with rocket launchers from Syria
Nov 21: Three civilians killed and 19 others wounded in Northern Syria
Dec 1: IS leader killed in an operation carried out by the Free Syrian Army
Dec 14: US resumed joint operations with the Syrian Democratic Forces in northern Syria
Dec 3: Morocco launched the green investment program of the Sharifian Phosphate Complex, with an investment of USD 12 billion
Dec 14: US resumed joint operations with the Syrian Democratic Forces.
Jan 6: Palestinian Ministry of Labor launches a project to support cooperatives in Jericho and the Jordan Valley worth USD 500,000
Feb 1: Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed an Amnesty International report
Feb 2: Palestinian Ministry of Education switched to online studies due to the outbreak of COVID-19
Feb 8: Israeli forces killed three Palestinians in the West Bank
Feb 9: Palestinian Central Councils suspended all accords with Israel
March 7: The Palestinian Orphan Home opened the Kuwaiti Center for Diagnostic Radiology in the middle of Gaza Strip
March 7: Palestinian women demanded international recognition and protection of the Palestinian people on International Women's Day
March 22: Palestinian Statistics Authority stated that Palestine depends on 79 percent of the total water extracted from underground and surface sources due to the occupation
March 24: Palestinian Prime Minister renewed the Palestinian Authority's refusal to place conditions on European aid
March 29: Five people were killed, others injured in attacks near Tel Aviv
April 7: Palestine reported 70,000 people prayed in Al-Aqsa mosque during Isha and Tarawih prayers
April 15: A toital of 153 people were injured, 450 arrested in confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces
April 18: Israeli occupation forces violently stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque
April 22: Up to 26 Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli occupation forces that dispersed worshipers in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque
May 5: Three Israelis were killed and at least six others were injured by shooting and stabbing attacks carried out by two Palestinians
May 11: Israeli troops killed Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh by shooting her in the head
May 16: EU announced humanitarian aid worth USD 26 million for the Palestinians in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza.
June 6: Settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque under protection of the Israeli occupation police
June 25: Donor countries pledged USD 160 million to provide humanitarian services to Palestine's refugees.
June 28: Occupation soldiers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque to arrest a young man for allegedly attempting to carry out a stabbing attack
July 16: Occupation forces bombed two Hamas sites in Gaza
July 21: International Charity rehabilitated 50 housing units in the Gaza Strip to alleviate the suffering of the residents
July 31: The Palestinian Presidency refused Israel's plan to deduct from tax revenues and considered it theft
July 31: Occupation authorities decided to deduct USD 173 million from tax revenues
Aug 1: Israeli occupation forces arrested 32 Palestinians in the West Bank
Aug 2: Israeli occupation authorities decided to close the Gaza crossings
Aug: 3 Palestinians were wounded with the occupation troops' bullets and 12 others were arrested in the West Bank
Aug 5: The Israeli occupation renewed bombing of several sites in Gaza Strip
Aug 6: The UNRWA decided to close its facilities in Gaza Strip, except for health and environmental facilities
Aug 6: Deaths rose to 79 after Israeli strikes on Gaza strip
Aug 7: Thousands of settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque after the occupation government allowed the attack
Aug 9: The European Commission approved about USD 267 million for UNRWA.
Aug 16: The European Union missions in Palestine called for an international investigation into killing civilians in Gaza
Aug 24: Kuwait Red Crescent Society announced preparation of a convoy of relief and medical aid for Gaza Strip
Aug 28: The occupation police allowed settlers to storm Al-Aqsa
Sep 1: Two Palestinians were killed by the occupation forces in the West Bank
Sep 3: A Palestinian prisoner was killed in the Israeli occupation prisons
Sep 8: Israeli military vehicles bulldozed Palestinian agricultural lands on the Gaza border
Sep 19: Three Palestinians were wounded in an attack by settlers south of Nablus
Sep 23: The Palestinian President announced that the occupation authorities did not implement any of the decisions issued by the Security Council, the General Assembly and the Human Rights Council
Sep 25: A total of 30 Palestinian prisoners started a hunger strike in rejection of the detention policy
Sep 25: Around 439 settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque under protection of the occupation police
Sep 28: UNRWA announced start of disbursing cash assistance to those affected by the aggression on Gaza last year
Oct 4: Hundreds of Jewish settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque under protection of occupation forces
Oct 5: Up to 30 Palestinian prisoners continued their hunger strike in Israeli prisons
Oct 8: A Palestinian was killed and 11 others were wounded in a large-scale storming of the Jenin refugee camp by the occupation forces
Oct 9: The Palestinian Prisoners Club announced a hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners held by Israel
Oct 16: Hundreds of settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque under protection of the occupation forces
Oct 25: Death toll of an Israeli aggression against Nablus and Ramallah rose to six
Oct 25: Two were killed and 14 others were injured during the Israeli occupation forces' raid into Nablus
Oct 13: The Palestine Red Crescent Society announced that 53 Palestinians were injured during clashes in Nablus
Nov 15: A Palestinian was killed and three Israeli settlers were also killed in stabbing attacks in the West Bank
Nov 15: The Palestinian Foreign Ministry welcomed a US decision to investigate killing of the Palestinian journalist Sherine Abu Aqleh
Nov 17: Some 21 Palestinians died in a house fire in Jabalia, northern Gaza Strip
Nov 19: The Palestinian Prisoners Club said that the Israeli occupation had arrested more than 1,000 people this year
Nov 20: Palestinian organizations called on the UN to protect Palestinian children from Israeli violations
Dec 1: Two Palestinians were shot dead by the Israeli occupation forces in the Jenin refugee camp
Dec 4: Israeli fighter jets bombed several locations in the southern Gaza Strip
Dec 8: Israeli occupation forces killed one boy, wounded four others.
May 3: Five people were killed in a suicide attack by Al-Shabab movement
May 16: Hassan Sheikh Mahmoud won 327 votes making him President of Somalia
June 17: National Army forces killed about 60 terrorists in Galgadud region
June 25: Somali Parliament named Hamza Abdi Berri as Prime Minister
July 6: EU approved additional aid for the African Union Mission's forces in Somalia
July 18: A passenger plane crashed while landing at Adam Abdullah International Airport in Mogadishu
July 21: More than 40 members of the Al-Shabaab militia linked to Al-Qaeda killed
July 22: Somali President submitted an official request for his country to join the East African Community
July 31: The Somali National Army destroyed Al-Shabaab militia bases in the south of the country
Aug 2: The Somali army launched a military operation to eliminate Al-Shabaab militia linked with Al-Qaeda
Aug 4: UN allocated USD 9.5 million to help communities affected by hunger in Somalia
Aug 7: The government of national interest gained the confidence of the Somali assembly.
Aug 17: (AFRICOM) confirmed the killing of 13 members of Al-Shabaab Movement in an air strike
Aug 21: Health Minister announced the terrorist attack on the hotel killed 21 people, injured 117
Aug 21: A terrorist attack took place in a hotel in the capital Mogadishu
Sep 3: 17 people killed in attack targeted passenger buses in central Somalia.
Sep 5: Somali army rescued an operation to release two kidnapped persons, southwest of Mogadishu.
Sep 8: Two members of Al-Shabaab militia were killed during a military operation by the army
Sep 10: The Somali army announced its success in eliminating a prominent militia leader
Sep 12: Up to 100 members of the Al-Shabab militia were killed in military operations
Sep 17: The Somali National Army regained control of several areas in Hiraan Governorate
Sep 19: Al-Shabaab's death toll rose to 79 fatalities in military operations
Sep 21: US announced urgent humanitarian aid to Somalia exceeding USD 151 million
Sep 27: The Somali Army regained a number of areas in the central province of Seville
Oct 1: A total of 10 people were killed by Al-Shabaab militia in southern Somalia
Oct 8: Some 14 terrorists were killed in a military operation in South Somalia
Oct 10: About 200 terrorists were killed in a military operation in the center Somalia
Oct 29: Two explosions targeted educational centers in the capital, Mogadishu
Oct 30: More than 100 members of Al-Shabab militia were killed during a military operation by the government forces
Nov 6: Some 21 gunmen were killed and 10 others wounded in a military operation
Nov 9: The Somali Army killed 97 Al-Qaeda militants during military operations
Nov 11: A total of 12 gunmen were killed a terrorist attack in Hiran province
Nov 21: Two prominent leaders of militias affiliated with ISIS were killed in a military operation
Nov 23: A total of 49 members of the Al-Shabaab militia were killed in a pre-planned operation
Nov 25: Some 15 members of the Al-Shabab militia were killed in a military operation
Nov 26: More than 100 terrorists were killed in a pre-planned military operation in an area north of the capital, Mogadishu
Dec 16: Somalia announced the killing of 88 terrorists
June 23: Libya's Presidential Council launched strategy for national reconciliation
July 29: The UN Security Council agreed to extend the mandate of UN Support Mission in Libya
Aug 1: Seven people killed and 50 others were injured and burned due to truck explosion
Aug 27: A number of civilians injured during violent clashes
Sep 3: The Libyan Presidential Council decided to appoint Senegalese diplomat Abdullah Batili as a UN representative in Libya
Sep 4: Libya headed the 158th session of the Arab League delegates Council
Sep 14: An explosion occurred at a fuel station in the city of Sabha injured 17 people
Oct 4: Libyan State Council rejected the MpU with Turkey on oil exploration.
Oct 29: UN Security Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya for a year
Nov 13: Libyan Prime Minister affirmed cooperation with Tunisia in the field of anti-terrorism.
Nov 28: Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives stressed the importance of completing the constitutional rule in preparation for holding the legislative elections
Dec 7: Foreign Ministry protested Greece's signing of contracts with international companies for exploration and search for oil and gas in the Mediterranean. (end)