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Hezbollah accuses US of meddling in Lebanon's crisis

Hezbollah accuses US of meddling in Lebanon's crisis

Hezbollah accused the United States of meddling in the formation of a new Lebanese government on Friday

Iraqi forces kill four protesters, cleric warns of crisis

Iraqi forces kill four protesters, cleric warns of crisis

Iraqi security forces killed four protesters in Baghdad on Friday and forcibly dispersed activists blocking the main port near Basra

US imposes sanctions on Iran's information minister

US imposes sanctions on Iran's information minister

The United States imposed sanctions on Iran's communications minister on Friday for his role in "widescale internet censorship,"

Israeli settlements in Palestine 'illegal'

Israeli settlements in Palestine 'illegal'

Members of the UN Security Council strongly opposed the US announcement that it no longer considers Israeli settlements to be a violation of international law.

At least seven killed as Iraq seeks to quell uprising

At least seven killed as Iraq seeks to quell uprising

Seven people were killed on Thursday when Iraqi security forces shot live fire and tear gas canisters at demonstrators in Baghdad, security and medical sources said ...

Israeli strikes in Syria kill 24

Israeli strikes in Syria kill 24

A total of 24 people, including three civilians, were killed in Israeli strikes on Syrian and Iranian targets in Syria in the early hours of yesterday, a war monitor group and Syrian health sources said.

Zimbabwe police use tear gas in opposition crackdown

Zimbabwe police use tear gas in opposition crackdown

Zimbabwean police yesterday used batons, tear gas and water cannon to beat up and disperse supporters of the main opposition party who had gathered outside their party headquarters in the capital to listen to a speech by their leader.

Iraqi protesters shut roads to ports, oil fields

Iraqi protesters shut roads to ports, oil fields

Anti-government demonstrators in southern Iraq shut roads to two major ports and a key oil field Wednesday, port officials and AFP correspondents said, leading to a brief operational halt.

Iran's Rouhani claims victory over unrest and blames foreigners

Iran's Rouhani claims victory over unrest and blames foreigners

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday claimed victory over unrest he blamed on foreign enemies, according to state media

Two Killed, some wounded in Israeli attack on Damascus

Two Killed, some wounded in Israeli attack on Damascus

Two civilians were killed and a number of people were injured in an Israeli attack on the Syrian capital of Damascus.

UN, Red Cross say Israeli settlements are still unlawful

UN, Red Cross say Israeli settlements are still unlawful

The United Nations and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said yesterday that Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territory remain in breach of international law, rejecting the Trump administration’s position accepting them.

Sheikh Sabah al-Khaled appointed Kuwait PM

Sheikh Sabah al-Khaled appointed Kuwait PM

The Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah issued on Tuesday an Amiri Order appointing Sheikh Sabah al-Khaled al-Hamad al-Sabah as prime minister ...

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