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Egypt appoints first ambassador to Israel in three years

Egypt’s former envoy to the Arab League has been appointed as the country’s new ambassador to Israel. According to a Sunday report by Egyptian state news agency MENA, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi named Hazem Khairat (seen below) as Cairo’s new ambassador to Tel Aviv. Khairat formerly served as Egypt’s deputy ...

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Saudi regime continues slaughter of Yemenis in Ramadhan

Saudi regime keeps bombing different regions of Yemen despite demands for establishing ceasefire in the blessed month of Ramadhan.The aerial raids of the Saudi-led coalition on different regions of Yemen continued on Saturday and Sunday nights leading to martyrdom of more innocent Yemenis.   The regime in Riyadh continues bombarding ...

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Israeli troops demolish Palestinian structures in West Bank

Israeli forces have once again attacked Palestinian property in the occupied West Bank, demolishing two structures in Salfit district. Abdul Hamid al-Dik, the district governor, said bulldozers escorted by Israeli troops entered Khirbet Susiya on the outskirts of Kafr al-Dik Village on Sunday and destroyed an agricultural storage room belonging ...

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‘80k terrorists enter Syria via Turkey, Jordan’

Syria’s Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Bashar Ja’afari says some 80,000 foreign-backed terrorists have infiltrated into Syria from Turkey and Jordan to date. Ja’afari told Iran’s Arabic-language Al-Alam television network that members of the terrorist groups Jaish al-Fath and Jaish al-Yarmouk, which operate under the command of al-Nusra Front, ...

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Good nuclear deal more important than meeting deadline: Zarif

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says reaching a good deal with the P5+1 group of countries on Tehran’s nuclear program has priority over meeting the self-imposed June 30 deadline, Press TV reports. “We have always tried to finish the job (resolving Iran’s nuclear issue) at the earliest possible opportunity. Of course, reaching a good and appropriate ...

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Explosions rock Afghanistan’s parliament building,7Killed

Major explosions followed by gunfire have been reported at Afghanistan’s parliament building in the capital, Kabul. Local press reports indicate that panic spread around the parliament building as lawmakers left a Monday morning session amid billowing smoke following the blasts. Witnesses are cited as saying that a group of bombers ...

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