According to resources from the OPEC and Russia stated that Saudi Arabia and Russia have managed to remove the main obstacles to an agreement on new oil production cuts.
The Iraqi President, Barham Salih, commissioned the head of the National Intelligence Service, Mustafa al-Kazimi, to form the transitional government after the apology of the commissioner, Adnan al-Zarfi.
Two security officials said that five missiles hit a US air base in Afghanistan today, but no human casualties were reported in an attack claimed by ISIS.
The number of Coronavirus infections in Palestine has risen to 236, as the Israeli Ministry of Health recorded an increase in total infections in Israel to 9,755, and the number of deaths to 79.
Tunisian writer Habib al-Aswad said that the Turkish President took advantage of the world’s preoccupation with the Corona pandemic, and turned his intervention in Libya into a direct invasion, and made it clear that Erdogan's ambitions in the region were exposed, and it is the one that fails his project.
The Saudi-led Arab coalition in Yemen announced a comprehensive cease-fire that will enter into force today, Thursday, and will continue for two weeks.
The Libyan National Army shot down two drones of the Turkish occupation, and the forces were able to repel an attack on the Ain Zara axis.
For the first time, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons held the Syrian government forces responsible for chemical weapons attacks targeting the town of al-Latamneh in Hama Governorate in 2017.
Observers saw that Turkey wants to replace mercenary support in Idlib with direct occupation of the region and this will lead to a dangerous escalation with Russia, while Turkey has expanded its operations in Libya, while the Iraqi crisis continues to deepen as there are efforts to topple the president in charge of forming the government.
The Pentagon has reported 2,000 cases of the new coronavirus among the U.S. military, according to the Associated Press.
High-profile German institutes said today that Europe's largest economy is likely to shrink 9.8% in the second quarter, the largest decline since data registration began in 1970, due to general stay-at-home measures imposed to slow the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Egyptian Prime Minister, Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, announced the extension of the ban on the movement of citizens and the continuation of the curfew for another two weeks until April 23, starting from eight in the evening instead of seven, and until six in the morning, with all the measures previously taken by the government continuing.