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Ayatollah Khamenei urges Islamic world to continue anti-Israel fight

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has reminded the Muslim world of its “heavy responsibility” towards the Palestine issue, calling for continued struggles against the Israeli regime’s occupation and aggression. “The heavy and unforgettable responsibility for Palestine rests upon the shoulders of the entire Muslim world,” Ayatollah ...

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Saudi Arabia ramps up deadly bombings in Yemen

As many as 28 civilians have been killed and several others injured as Saudi warplanes dropped bombs on Yemen’s extreme northwest. One of the strikes hit a marketplace in Sahaar District of the province of Sa’adah in the early hours of Wednesday, killing 26 people and injuring nine others, the ...

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Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan to hold tripartite summit in Tehran

Iran, Russia and Azerbaijan are set to hold a summit in Tehran for talks on trilateral and regional issues, with presidents of the three countries in attendance. The presidents of Russia and Azerbaijan, Vladimir Putin and Ilham Aliyev, will later on Wednesday take part in the summit with their Iranian counterpart, Hassan ...

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South Korea will not develop or own nukes: President Moon

South Korea’s president says his country will never “develop or own” atomic weapons but will also never recognize North Korea as a nuclear state. “A push by North Korea to become a nuclear state cannot be accepted or tolerated,” said President Moon Jae-in in an address to the South Korean parliament ...

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Russia censures unilateral US sanctions on Iran’s IRGC

Russia has denounced fresh sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), saying they violate international law. Asked about the US bans targeting the IRGC, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Tuesday, “Our approach to unilateral sanctions is universal. We consider such practices illegal, contrary ...

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Stabbing attack wounds 2 policemen in Tunisia

Two police officers in the Tunisian capital of Tunis have been stabbed and injured in front of the country’s parliament, officials say, identifying the assailant as a “Salafist.” “A Salafist attacked two policemen with a knife. One was struck on the forehead and the other stabbed in the neck and ...

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