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Daily Archives: June 5, 2017

Qatar denounces ‘unjustified’ cut of Gulf ties

It added that, as a member of the Gulf Cooperation Council, it was committed to its charter. DOHA  – Qatar on Monday slammed the decisions of three Gulf states to sever ties with it, saying they were “unjustified” and aimed to put Doha under political “guardianship”. “The measures are unjustified ...

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No end in sight to Gaza’s electricity crisis

People in the Gaza Strip continue to suffer due to the unprecedented electricity crisis that has gripped the coastal enclave since mid April. Press TV’s correspondent Ashraf Shannon tells us in the following report how the power cuts are affecting the people’s lives.

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Syrian army troops liberate Aleppo town from Daesh clutches

Syrian army soldiers have managed to liberate a key town in the northern province of Aleppo from Daesh Takfiri terrorists as they continue to score more territorial gains in battles against extremists across the war-ravaged Arab country. A military source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Syria’s official news agency, SANA, ...

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Leader: Islamic Revolution gave identity, independence to Iran

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the Islamic Revolution gave identity and independence to Iranian society by toppling the previous tyrannical regime. Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks when addressing a ceremony held to mark the 28th anniversary of the passing of founder of the Islamic Republic, ...

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Democrats want Hillary Clinton out of spotlight: Report

Democrats have become frustrated with Hillary Clinton’s blame game for her defeat in last year’s White House race and take a break from politics, a new report suggests. Major figures within the party are fed up with the justifications Clinton has been making over the past weeks for her historic ...

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Indian troops says 4 suspected militants killed in Kashmir attack

Indian forces have killed four suspected militants in the Bandipora district of New Delhi-controlled Kashmir amid rising tensions in the disputed Himalayan region. Bhavesh Chaudhary, the spokesman for India’s Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), said Monday that the militants were trying to storm a paramilitary camp in the town of ...

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‘Imam Khomeini revived Islam’s vitality’

Iranians marked the 28th anniversary of the passing of the founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini in a host of events nationwide on Sunday. Press TV has talked to Shabbir Hassanally, activist and commentator, and Catherine Shakdam, author and commentator, both from London, about the late leader’s domestic and ...

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Prank on Shah Rukh Khan goes wrong

(Web Desk) – Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan lost his temper on a live show when he was being pranked by Egyptian comedian and host of Ramez Underground, Ramez Galal The King Khan was invited to Dubai by the show team thinking he has an interview with Lebanese-Armenian presenter Nishan. ...

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Bahrainis call for word on top cleric’s whereabouts

Bahraini people have staged fresh protests across the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom in solidarity with Sheikh Isa Qassim and his supporters. Protesters, carrying candles, took to the streets of the northern villages Abu Saiba and Shakhoura on Sunday night to commemorate Sheikh Qassim’s supporters of  who lost their lives during a raid ...

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Hamas leader in Egypt for rare talks after spat

A delegation from the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, headed by the newly chosen leader in Gaza Yehiya Sinwar, has arrived in Cairo to hold the first high-level meeting with the country’s security officials after months of tensions. Salah Bardaweel, an official within Hamas, said the three-member delegation crossed into Egypt ...

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