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UN experts do not confirm Iran link to Yemen missiles

UN experts, who examined the debris from missiles fired from Yemen at Saudi Arabia earlier in the year, have not confirmed that the projectiles were “Iranian-made” as claimed by the Riyadh regime and the US. The missiles were fired by Yemeni Houthi fighters at the Saudi capital on July 22 ...

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Afghan forces to launch operation against Daesh in north

Afghanistan’s military is set to launch a major operation aimed at stopping the Takfiri Daesh terrorists from making inroads into the country’s northern provinces. “(The) ministry of defense is planning to launch an operation against Daesh in the northern provinces of Sari Pul, Faryab and Jowzjan,” Defense Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri ...

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Iran, Turkey defense chiefs censure Trump’s al-Quds ’mistake’

The Iranian and Turkish defense chiefs have denounced as “a big mistake” a US decision to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s “capital.” Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami and his Turkish counterpart, Nurettin Canikli, held a telephone conversation on Tuesday to discuss the latest developments pertaining to mutual relations ...

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China to host South Korea’s Moon to advance ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping is to receive his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in, for talks in Beijing in an attempt to deice relations, strained for almost a year, as well as to discuss North Korea. During the upcoming meeting with President Xi set for Thursday, Moon is expected to reiterate ...

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Japan to deport six of ten North Korea fishermen

Six of 10 North Korean “fishermen” rescued from a tiny wooden boat drifting off northern Japan will be deported back to their country, an immigration official told AFP Tuesday. Three of the crew have been arrested on suspicion of “theft” after they reportedly admitted to “taking out” electronic products, including ...

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India arrests French journalist for filming Kashmir protests

Indian authorities have remanded in custody a French journalist for five days over illegally filming a crackdown on Muslims in the Himalayan disputed region of Kashmir. On Monday, a court in Srinagar, the main city in Indian-administered Kashmir, arrested Paul Comiti over his violation of visa rules as he allegedly ...

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