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Day: November 9, 2019

MAJOR: Russia Developing Missiles As Reciprocal Measure To US ActionsPolitics

MAJOR: Russia Developing Missiles As Reciprocal Measure To US Actions

By Drago Bosnic Russia’s decision to develop weapons previously banned by a now-defunct deal was only a reciprocal measure amid steps
Saudi Aramco Issues IPO ProspectusEconomy

Saudi Aramco Issues IPO Prospectus

The earlier company’s report showed that the net profit of Saudi Arabia’s state oil company Saudi Aramco for the first
Al-Baghdadi’s ‘First Wife’ Reportedly Leaked Daesh Secrets Following Her Capture by TurkeyMiddle East

Al-Baghdadi’s ‘First Wife’ Reportedly Leaked Daesh Secrets Following Her Capture by Turkey

by Tim Korso Previously, Ankara boasted that it had captured a number of people linked to the late Daesh* leader, including
Would Presidential Election Holding End Algeria’s Political Deadlock?Middle East

Would Presidential Election Holding End Algeria’s Political Deadlock?

BY HANA SAADA Five candidates have been approved to run for the Algerian presidential election, slated for December 12, 2019. The
Turning Protests in Lebanon into an Anti Hezbollah CampaignMiddle East

Turning Protests in Lebanon into an Anti Hezbollah Campaign

BY ELIJAH J. MAGNIER In 1975, Lebanon went through 15 years of violent and destructive civil war. The circumstances before the
Russia Hopes US Understands Iranian Deal Collapse Will Hit Financial, Energy Markets HardPolitics

Russia Hopes US Understands Iranian Deal Collapse Will Hit Financial, Energy Markets Hard

The Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI) announced on Saturday that Tehran had raised the uranium enrichment level to five
Syrian Army take back northern Syrian village from Turkish forces, alliesSecurity

Syrian Army take back northern Syrian village from Turkish forces, allies

Syrian government troops have retaken a village in the country’s northeastern province of Hasakah from Turkish military forces and their
Iraqi protestors: they demand basic services and an end to corruptionMiddle East

Iraqi protestors: they demand basic services and an end to corruption

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Nearly 300 protestors in Iraq have been killed, and 9,800 wounded since protests began on October