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Daily Archives: April 26, 2016

World Is Saudi Arabia the next failed state?

Saudi Arabia has been a hot bed of bad news recently. First, there was their horrifying war in Yemen, then their empty threat to start selling off U.S. debt. Most recently, the 30-year-old Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, who heads the Saudi Council for Economic and Development Affairs (and ...

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No chance of normal Moscow-Ankara ties in near future: Russia

The Russian Foreign Ministry says Ankara’s current hostile stance toward Moscow makes it impossible to normalize sour relations between Russia and Turkey in the near future. The ministry made the prediction in a review of the Russian foreign policy and diplomatic activity in 2015 published on Tuesday, Russia’s RIA news ...

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Apology turned down: Younis Khan out of Pakistan Cup

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), on Tuesday, decided not to allow Younis Khan to return to the on-going Pakistan Cup despite the middle order batsman’s apology after he quit the tournament and left Faisalabad, the host city, last week, in protest against ‘substandard umpiring’ in the event. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ...

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Israel training Saudi forces: Hezbollah

Deputy chief of Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement says Israel is training Saudi military forces under the framework of clandestine relations.  Dozens of Saudi military officers are being trained after secret contacts developed into military cooperation, Sheikh Naim Qassem told Lebanese media. It came after the Arab League and the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) decided ...

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Hezbollah, Syria army thwart Daesh attack

Assisting Syrian army forces, fighters with the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement have fended off a Daesh attack in southwestern Syria near the border with Lebanon. The Takfiri terrorists had attempted the attack against the posts used by the Syrian troops and the Hezbollah fighters in the Syrian village of al-Jarajir, ...

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Witnesses say Daesh smuggled Syrian oil to Turkey

People living near a recently-liberated oil field in northern Syria say Daesh terrorists smuggled oil from the facility to Turkey through their stronghold in the Syrian city of Raqqah. The Jabisah oil field, which lies near the town of Shaddadi in Syria’s Hasakah Province, was liberated by the so-called Syrian ...

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