Top 5: Morocco is the first Arab team in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.. and the visit of the Chinese President to Saudi Arabia

From Morocco qualifying for the World Cup quarter-finals after defeating Spain, and the Saudi Foreign Ministry announcing the date and program of the Chinese president’s visit to the Kingdom, and Al-Jazeera channel raising the case of the murder of Sherine Abu Aqelah to the International Criminal Court, leading to lifting Beijing’s cancellation of the condition for “Covid-19” tests. Negativity in some public places… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headlines of some of the most prominent diverse stories from the Middle East and the world.

Morocco is the first Arab team in the World Cup quarter-finals.. Morocco makes “history” by defeating Spain

The Moroccan national team outperformed its Spanish counterpart, with a score of 0/3, after the end of the original and extra time, with a goalless draw, in a match that was held on the grounds of the Education City Stadium, on Tuesday evening, in the round of 16 competitions for the World Cup – Qatar 2022.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry announces the date and program of the Chinese President’s visit to the Kingdom

The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced, on Tuesday, that Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay an official visit to the Kingdom, starting from Wednesday to next Friday, which will include holding 3 summits.

Al Jazeera announces that the case of Sherine Abu Aqle’s murder has been referred to the International Criminal Court

Al-Jazeera announced, on Tuesday, that it had referred to the International Criminal Court the case of the murder of journalist Sherine Abu Aqelah, with a bullet in her head while she was covering an Israeli raid in Jenin, in the West Bank, last May.

A Western official told CNN: Russia has “exhausted” its stock of Iranian drones used in the Ukraine war

Western officials told CNN’s international diplomatic editor, Nick Patton-Walsh, that Russia has “exhausted” its Iranian attack drones, but they expect to resupply them.

After unprecedented protests, Beijing abolishes the requirement for negative “Covid-19” tests in some public places

The government of the Chinese capital, Beijing, announced, in a statement, on Tuesday, the abolition of the requirement to show a negative Covid-19 test result to enter some different public places, commercial buildings and residential complexes, after unprecedented protests against Corona restrictions in several Chinese cities, including Beijing.

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