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UNSC liable for consequences of Saudi war on Yemen: Ansarullah

Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement has held the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) accountable for the consequences of the deadly Saudi aggression, stressing that the nation reserves the right to defend itself. Mohammed Abdulsalam, the movement’s spokesman, said on Saturday that the UNSC issues statements that encourage the invader to continue its ...

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Iraq seizes key crossing near Syria from Daesh

Iraqi forces have seized from Daesh one of the official border crossings between the country and Syria, thus choking a key supply line feeding the Takfiri terrorist group. Al-Waleed, which together with two other passageways links Iraq and Syria, came under government control on Saturday, Reuters reported. The advance took ...

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Iraqi forces liberate key west Mosul district from Daesh

Iraqi forces have managed to wrest control over a neighborhood in the western side of the flashpoint city of Mosul, in their latest push to liberate the whole city from the grip of Daesh terrorists. The commander of Nineveh Liberation Operation, Lieutenant General Abdul Amir Yarallah, announced the recapture of Bab ...

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Turkey grants Russia construction of nuclear power plant

Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom) has won approval from Turkey’s energy market regulator to go ahead with building its $20 billion Akkuyu nuclear power plant in the south of the country. The project to construct four nuclear reactors has repeatedly run into delays, including being briefly halted after Turkey ...

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Yemeni retaliatory attack leaves four Saudi soldiers dead

At least four Saudi soldiers have been killed when Yemeni army soldiers and fighters from allied Popular Committees launched an attack against a border crossing in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern border region of Asir as they continue their retaliatory raids against Riyadh regime’s aerial bombardment campaign. An unnamed military source, speaking ...

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