The official spokesman for the Palestinian Presidency, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, warned of the dangerous escalation of the Israeli occupation authorities, in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the attack on citizens in its squares and in the alleys and lanes of the Old City of Al-Quds.
Oil prices rose in early Asian trade on Monday after US leaders reached a tentative agreement on the government's debt ceiling, which could prevent a catastrophic default in the world's largest economy and oil consumer.
FC Barcelona won the Spanish Football League title, after defeating its neighbor Espanyol by four goals to two, to settle the struggle for the La Liga title, four rounds before the end of the competition.
FM says Houthis prove everyday indisposition, non-desire for peace
Yemen's Foreign Minister Abdul-Malik al-Mekhlafi told the British Ambassador to Yemen that the Houthi terrorist militia prove everyday they are "indisposed and undesirous for peace."
In a meeting with Mr. Simon Shercliff in Riyadh on Tuesday, al-Mekhlafi told him that the recent Houthi threat to cut off shipping in the Red Sea and "sticking to maximalist stance proves that the group is an extremist one and averse to peace."
Nonetheless, al-Mekhlafi renewed the government's support to the UN Envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh's effort to achieve a peaceful solution and the government's commitment to peace.
He appreciated the UK government's support to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's internationally recognized government, and the economic and humanitarian support.
He highly estimated the UK potential role in sponsoring political settlement and pushing for the enforcement of the UN resolutions.
The UK ambassador affirmed his government's support to the Yemeni government. He expressed his concern at the current situations in the capital Sana'a and the importance of continuing the efforts for advancing a peaceful solution to the conflict.