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Syria to join UN climate accord in another blow to US

Syrian authorities have announced plans to join the 2015 United Nations climate agreement in another blow to the United States as the only country that has shunned the deal. Syria’s delegate at UN climate negotiations in Germany said on Tuesday that the country planned to sign up to the Paris Agreement reached ...

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Saudi crackdown on high-profile figures widens

Saudi authorities have detained the founder of one of the kingdom’s biggest travel companies as part of an ongoing anti-corruption probe that is reportedly aimed at strengthening the crown prince’s grip on power. Al Tayyar Travel company quoted media reports as saying that Nasser bin Aqeel al-Tayyar, who is still a ...

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Syrian army finds Daesh weapon stockpile in Dayr al-Zawr

The Syrian army showcased a large quantity of weaponry and ammunition accumulated during the combing of Dayr al-Zawr, after it was previously seized from Daesh terrorists.  “While combing the city and pursuing the remains of Daesh, we found a huge number of different weapons produced by European countries, supporting this ...

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Saudi Arabia offers bounty for information on Houthi leaders

Riyadh has put some 40 high-ranking Ansarullah movement officials on terrorist list after Yemen targeted an international airport near the Saudi capital. The leader of Ansarullah movement, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, and the director of the movement’s political council, Saleh al-Samad, are among those added to the list on Sunday. The Saudis ...

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