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Houthi calls for lifting of air embargo on Sana’a airport, end to Saudi-led attacksMiddle East

Houthi calls for lifting of air embargo on Sana’a airport, end to Saudi-led attacks

The leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement has called on the United Nations to work out effective mechanisms aimed at ending the air
Algerians protest in thousands to reject talks with new presidentMiddle East

Algerians protest in thousands to reject talks with new president

Students, teachers and other demonstrators have rallied in their thousands in Algeria’s capital on Tuesday against the newly-elected president, rejecting
Syria Plans to Switch Public Transport to Natural Gas Amid Oil DeficitEconomy

Syria Plans to Switch Public Transport to Natural Gas Amid Oil Deficit

The Syrian authorities plan to switch public transport and taxis from gasoline to natural gas amid an oil deficit in
US Defence Secretary Says Must Speak With Turkish Counterpart About Base Closure ThreatsPolitics

US Defence Secretary Says Must Speak With Turkish Counterpart About Base Closure Threats

US Defence Secretary Mark Esper told reporters on Monday that he would need to speak with his Turkish defence counterparts
Syrian Army May Begin Wide-Scale Operation in Idlib ProvinceSecurity

Syrian Army May Begin Wide-Scale Operation in Idlib Province

The Syrian army is pulling military reinforcements into the country’s northwestern province of Idlib and might start a large-scale offensive
Terrorist  Groups Plan Attacks on Syrian ArmySecurity

Terrorist Groups Plan Attacks on Syrian Army

Armed groups are planning attacks on Syrian forces, as Russia has revealed the transfer of militants and armored vehicles to
Threats, weapons, ships, defiance: Turkey’s new war brewing in the seaPolitics

Threats, weapons, ships, defiance: Turkey’s new war brewing in the sea

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Cyprus, ‘Israel’ and Egypt have all discovered offshore gas fields in the eastern Mediterranean, and they