News in Brief -- April 2nd -- 10:30 GMT

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Published on 2 Apr 2017, 11:44
Jewish and Arab protesters have taken to the streets of Jerusalem al-Quds to denounce the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories.

Polls have opened in Serbia’s presidential election. Prime Minister Alexander Vutich who is one of the contenders is hoping to win the presidential race at the first round.

The evacuation of foreign-backed militants and their families from the central Syrian city of Homs has been resumed.

Human rights Watch has slammed the upcoming trip by Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to the United States.

Over a dozen people have been arrested following clashes between far-right protesters and a rival group in the British capital, London.

U-S Democratic senators, in a letter to President Donald Trump, urged him to clear his stance about a controversial online privacy bill that has been recently approved by Congress.

Rescue operations for the mudslide victims continue in Colombia as the death toll surpasses 250.

Yemen’s Ansarullah snipers have killed two more Saudi soldiers inside the kingdom’s southwest region of Jizan.




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