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Kingdom Signs ‘Riyadh Agreement’ For Political Settlement In Yemen

Salman

Addressing the Shoura Council meeting, the Saudi Arabian King Salman has expressed his hopes of now the recently signed agreement with Yemeni people might bring peace to the nation. The legitimate government in Yemen and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) recently signed the “Riyadh Agreement” under the auspices of Saudi …

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Safadi Withdrawals Candidacy In Lebanon

Lebanon

The promising candidate that was going to replace the outgoing PM Saad Hariri, has withdrawn his name, leaving little hope for a new government to come into motion in Lebanon soon. Mohammad Safadi, a former finance minister’s name had been proposed by political bigwigs, at the expense of the nation …

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Civilians Second Sistani Sentiment, Want Iran Out Of Iraq

Karbala

The anti-government sentiment in Karbala, Iraq has been heightened with an anti-Iran shout. The civilian population has reportedly attacked the Iranian consulate in Iraq, as a mark of retaliation and protest against Tehran’s involvement in Iraqi politics, in an attempt to favour the present government. Slogans speaking against the Iranian …

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Russia extends support to Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, countries attacked by Israel

Bashar Assad

Russia has extended support to Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, countries believed to have been attacked by Israel under cross-border agitation against Iran and its regional accomplices. Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, Russia’s special presidential delegate for the Middle East and Africa reached out to Iraq’s national security adviser Faleh al-Fayed …

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Pentagon claims attacks against ammunition facilitating in Iraq not carried out by the US

Iraq

Pentagon on Monday declared that the US is not responsible for the recent attacks against ease of ammunition storage facilitating channels in Iraq. The government office released a statement stressing that Iraq, “ has the sovereignty of authority over its own internal security and protection of their democracy,” and further …

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