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Protesters in Iraq cut port road, close central bankSecurity

Protesters in Iraq cut port road, close central bank

Iraqi security officials said Monday that anti-government demonstrators in the south had blocked roads leading to the country’s main port
Russian, Turkish Military Carry Out 8th Joint Patrol in Syria’s NorthMiddle East

Russian, Turkish Military Carry Out 8th Joint Patrol in Syria’s North

The goal of the patrol was to monitor the situation in Syrian settlements eastward from the customs checkpoint in Aylishar
Libya air raid kills seven, including foreign workersMiddle East

Libya air raid kills seven, including foreign workers

At least seven civilians have been killed, most of them foreign workers, and 30 wounded in an airstrike that hit
Syrian Army seize back major hydroelectric power plant east of AleppoMiddle East

Syrian Army seize back major hydroelectric power plant east of Aleppo

Syrian government troops have managed to wrest control over a major hydroelectric power plant in the country’s northwestern province of
Yemen’s Houthis seize ‘suspected vessel’ in Red SeaSecurity

Yemen’s Houthis seize ‘suspected vessel’ in Red Sea

Fighters from Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement have managed to seize a ‘suspected vessel’ off the western coasts of the impoverished
Washington Threatens Egypt with Sanctions Over Russian Su-35 Fighter Jet PurchaseMiddle East

Washington Threatens Egypt with Sanctions Over Russian Su-35 Fighter Jet Purchase

By Sarah Abed Washington’s latest attempt to dissuade an ally from making arms deals with Russia came in the form of
After Al-Baghdadi, Islamic State Is Being Headed by Shura CouncilMiddle East

After Al-Baghdadi, Islamic State Is Being Headed by Shura Council

By Nauman Sadiq In July 2015, the security officials of Afghanistan and Pakistan were holding an important meeting in Islamabad to