Jeremy Corbyn reinstated in British Labor. The former Labor chief announced on Twitter on Tuesday his return to the opposition party from which he had been suspended following an explosive report on anti-Semitism within its ranks. “The decision to reinstate Jeremy Corbyn, just 19 days after he was kicked out, was immediately condemned by Jewish organizations and angry Labor MPs,” said The Independent. The suspension of the former leader was overturned by the Disputes Committee of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of Labor, the party's governing body. The move was badly received by the new party boss Keir Starmer. “I know this has been another painful day for the Jewish community and those members of Labor who fought so hard against anti-Semitism,” he said on Twitter.
The Palestinians announce the resumption of their coordination with Israel. “In the light of Mahmoud Abbas's international contacts […] and given the written and verbal commitments we received from the Israelis, we will resume relations where they were before May 19, 2020”, date of the announcement of the end of security coordination, Palestinian Minister of Civil Affairs Hussein Al-Sheikh said on Tuesday evening. This measure should make life easier for Palestinians. After interrupting its coordination with Israel to protest against an Israeli plan to annex parts of the West Bank (now suspended), the Palestinian Authority stopped receiving transfers of taxes, especially customs, collected by Israel on behalf of of this institution. Deprived of this income, it had to cut the salaries of its officials. For Jerusalem Post reporter Khaled Abu Toameh, however, the resumption of cooperation with the Hebrew state is “likely to hamper efforts to end the dispute between the ruling Palestinian faction of Fatah and Hamas, which has long been opposed to security coordination between the Palestinian Authority and Israel, calling it an act of treason ”.
US presidential election: Trump sacking cybersecurity chief. The president announced on Tuesday that he had dismissed the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (Cisa) Chris Krebs from his post, accusing the latter of having made a “very inaccurate” statement in defending the integrity of the US presidential election on November 3. “Mr. Trump's anger was sparked by one of his statements claiming the 2,020 election to be the safest in history, which contradicts the president's baseless conspiracy theories on mass fraud,” CBS News said. . The Republican billionaire still refuses to recognize the victory of his Democratic rival Joe Biden. His campaign has taken legal action to challenge the results in several states, although election officials from both parties said they did not find any irregularities.