Israel launches air balloon with spy camera over southern Lebanon village

The Israeli military has reportedly launched an air balloon with surveillance cameras from one of its military positions over a village in Lebanon’s Southern Province of Nabatieh in light of a recent operation Zionist regime has undertaken to block what it claims are tunnels Hezbollah resistance movement has dug into Occupied Territories. Lebanon’s official National News Agency (NNA) reported on Wednesday that Israeli forces flew the balloon over Meiss Ej Jabal village in the Marjeyoun district of the province. The report added that Israeli troops have also installed a surveillance camera on…

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Saudi warplanes launch 28 airstrikes on Yemen, martyr 3 amid Sweden peace talks

The Saudi-led coalition’s jet fighters on Thursday launched over 28 airstrikes on various parts of Yemen despite earlier claims that it had ordered its forces halt their attacks on Yemen with the beginning of peace talks in Sweden. “The fact that the coalition forces and their mercenaries have continued their aggression against Yemen on the first day of peace talks in Sweden indicates that the aggressors have no interest in the establishment of peace and preparing the grounds for a second round of talks,” Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah television network quoted a…

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Qatari monarch receives Saudi Arabian King Salman’s invitation to PGCC summit

Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has received a written invitation from Saudi Arabia’s King Salman to participate in the upcoming Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) summit, which is set to take place in the Saudi capital city of Riyadh later this month. The official Qatar News Agency said in a tweet the monarch had got “an invitation from the King of Saudi Arabia” for the meeting, but it did not say whether Sheikh Tamim would travel to Saudi Arabia. The Arabic language Al Aan online newspaper, citing diplomatic sources, reported last…

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UN aircraft moves 50 wounded Ansarullah fighters to Oman for treatment

A group of 50 wounded fighters from the Yemeni Ansarullah movement have been flown out of the war-torn country for treatment as part of measures aimed at paving the way for planned peace talks brokered by the United Nations after nearly four years of war. The wounded Ansarullah fighters along with their escorts and a team of doctors left Sana’a International Airport for Oman on a UN-chartered flight on Monday. A UN source confirmed that the wounded had been evacuated from the Yemeni capital in what was a “confidence-building measure”…

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Israel’s opposition urges Netanyahu to resign amid bribery charges

Zionist regime’s opposition leader has called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step down after the Israeli police recommended indicting him and his wife, Sara, for bribery and other corruption charges. According to Press TV, Tzipi Livni, the Leader of the opposition in the Knesset, made the comment in a Twitter post on Sunday. “Netanyahu must go home before he destroys the law enforcement in order to save his own skin. The people of Israel deserve a clean leadership. Elections now!” she said. Livni, who also leads the Hatnuah Liberal…

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Syria shoots down Israeli fighter jet near Damascus

The Syrian military has shot down an Israeli fighter jet and four missiles over the country’s southern region. “Our air defense forces shot down an Israeli war plane and four missiles before they reached the targets,” a Syrian security source was quoted as saying by Russia’s RIA news agency on Thursday night. The source said that all of the missiles aimed at the town of Kiswah, south of the capital Damascus, were shot down before landing on their targets. Other sources reported that objects had fallen from the sky near Harfa…

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Syrian president reshuffles cabinet as anti-terror fight nears end

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has reshuffled his cabinet as the government’s counter-terrorism operation is nearing an end. In a decree carried by Syria’s official SANA news agency on Monday, Assad changed the ministers of interior affairs, industry, water resources, internal trade and consumer protection, communications and technology, public works and housing, education, higher education and tourism. The Syrian president also ordered the formation of the National Reconciliation Commission to replace the current Ministry of National Reconciliation. Ali Haidar, ex-Syrian minister of reconciliation, was further renamed as the head of the…

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Former Israeli war minister met Syrian terrorists: Report

A retired Israeli military General Staff Corps commander has revealed that former Israeli War Minister Moshe Ya’alon met with Syrian terrorists operating near the occupied Golan Heights during his tenure. According to Press TV quoting the Israeli Haaretz newspaper on Friday, Major General Gershon Hacohen made the remarks at an Israeli conference earlier this week. “When I was commanding a corps in the Golan and Bogie [Ya’alon] was defense minister, we sat with three Syrian activists from the other side, from Syria,” said Hacohen. Zionist regime has largely remained silent…

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US-led coalition again uses white phosphorus bombs in Syria: Russia

Russia says the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group has again used white phosphorus bombs to target residential areas in Syria. “We are still worried by the actions of the United States of America in Syria. Jets navigated by the so-called coalition have been for a long time attacking the outskirts of the city of Hajin over the Euphrates River, which led to numerous civilians casualties,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at her weekly briefing in Moscow on Thursday. “Last week, we spoke about 50…

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Almost 85,000 Yemeni kids died from malnutrition amid Saudi war

A UK-based charity says more than 84,700 children under the age of five may have starved to death in Yemen since the Saudi regime and a coalition of its allies launched a brutal war on the already-impoverished nation over three years ago. Using data compiled by the UN, Save the Children calculated in a Tuesday report the mortality rate for untreated cases of Severe Acute Malnutrition among Yemeni kids between April 2015 and October 2018. “We are horrified that some 85,000 children in Yemen may have died because of extreme hunger…

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