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Lavrov: Initiative to set up NATO-controlled safe zone in Syria will bring ‘nothing good’Politics

Lavrov: Initiative to set up NATO-controlled safe zone in Syria will bring ‘nothing good’

The idea to set up a NATO-controlled safe zone in northeastern Syria will bring nothing good, as there is an
US ‘taking steps’ to ease sales of food & medicine to Iran, despite sanctionsPolitics

US ‘taking steps’ to ease sales of food & medicine to Iran, despite sanctions

The US is taking steps to relax regulations blocking sales of food and medicine to Iran, amid sanctions imposed on
Second Protester Dies in Baghdad, Over 350 WoundedSecurity

Second Protester Dies in Baghdad, Over 350 Wounded

Earlier on Friday, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said he would carry out a cabinet reshuffle and change election
Yemeni Houthis Advance on Gov’t Positions in Saada Governorate Near Saudi BorderSecurity

Yemeni Houthis Advance on Gov’t Positions in Saada Governorate Near Saudi Border

Yemen has been engulfed in an armed conflict between the government forces led by President Hadi, and the rebel Houthi
UN says Turkish offensive in north Syria displaced nearly 180,000 peopleSociety

UN says Turkish offensive in north Syria displaced nearly 180,000 people

The United Nations says Turkey’s now-suspended offensive against Kurdish militants in northern Syria has displaced about 180,000 people, including tens
Nasrallah warns: Anti-resistance scheme being concocted against LebanonMiddle East

Nasrallah warns: Anti-resistance scheme being concocted against Lebanon

The secretary general of the Lebanese resistance movement has warned against fiendish attempts to target the axis of resistance in
Erdogan Wants the BombMiddle East

Erdogan Wants the Bomb

By Manlio Dinucci “Some countries have nuclear missiles, but the West insists that we cannot have them. This is unacceptable”: this
Clashes in northeastern Syria put Turkish-Russian Memorandum at riskMiddle East

Clashes in northeastern Syria put Turkish-Russian Memorandum at risk

Sarah Abed, independent journalist and analyst  On Tuesday, exactly two weeks after Ankara launched its cross border military operation “Operation