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Yemeni Zelzal-1 missiles hit army positions in Saudi Arabia’s JizanMiddle East

Yemeni Zelzal-1 missiles hit army positions in Saudi Arabia’s Jizan

Saudi Arabia has suffered loss of military personnel and mercenaries in a retaliatory missile strike carried out by Yemen’s army
Libyan government slams ‘hostile’ UAE for hosting rebelMiddle East

Libyan government slams ‘hostile’ UAE for hosting rebel

Libya’s internationally-recognized government has criticized the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for hosting a member of renegade Libyan general Khalifa Haftar’s forces, denouncing
Sudan’s first post-Bashir cabinet sworn inMiddle East

Sudan’s first post-Bashir cabinet sworn in

Sudan’s first cabinet since the ouster of president Omar al-Bashir was sworn Sunday as the African country transitions to civilian
Does Trump believe what he says about Syria?INVESTIGATIONS

Does Trump believe what he says about Syria?

by: Colonel W. Patrick He insists that the SAG attacks its people with chemical weapons when such attacks have never
Iran accuses Europe of failing to honor nuclear deal, says accord is ‘not a one-way street’Politics

Iran accuses Europe of failing to honor nuclear deal, says accord is ‘not a one-way street’

Tehran has accused European signatories of failing to abide by their obligations under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, warning that
Russia’s Gold Reserves Scale New Highs in Growing Shift From US DollarEconomy

Russia’s Gold Reserves Scale New Highs in Growing Shift From US Dollar

by Svetlana Ekimenko Russia has been stockpiling gold bullion in recent years in an attempt to lessen its economy’s reliance on
Afghan Government Emphasises Importance of Elections for Peace ProcessPolitics

Afghan Government Emphasises Importance of Elections for Peace Process

The Afghan government has emphasised the importance of holding the presidential elections, slated for September 28, for the ongoing peace
Damascus Protests as Turkey-US Military Start ‘Safe Zone’ Patrols in SyriaMiddle East

Damascus Protests as Turkey-US Military Start ‘Safe Zone’ Patrols in Syria

According to media reports, armed Turkish military vehicles crossed into northeast Syria on Sunday to begin planned joint US-Turkey patrols.