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Hamas Warns Arabs Against Warming Up To Zionist Regime

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh has strongly warned the Arab world against “restoring” ties with Israel, saying all efforts have to be directed at preventing the occupying regime from “infiltrating” the Muslim world. “The Zionist occupiers are the common enemies of the Muslim world. It is our responsibility to boycott them, expose their crimes, and prevent them from infiltrating the Islamic…

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Iran’s gold rush seeks to insulate economy from US sanctions

Iran is stepping up production of precious metals to cushion its economy against the effects of new US sanctions which have triggered a flurry of panic buying of gold by some citizens. Iran Minerals Production and Supply Company, a subsidiary of state-owned mining group IMIDRO, plans to revitalize six small-scale gold and copper mines in the provinces of West and…

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Ansarullah: Ceasefire Proposal Ultimatum to Saudi-Led Coalition

  A senior Ansarullah leader announced on Monday that the resistance group’s proposal to end the war is an ultimatum and test for the Saudi-led coalition. “The Yemeni army and popular committees in Yemen are prepared for confrontation against the occupiers and their mercenaries and the proposal to stop military operations is an ultimatum and a measure to take excuses…

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Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Discovers US-Made Missiles at Terrorists’ Strongholds in Damascus

The Syrian army found a large number of weapons and military equipment, including US-made missiles, during cleansing operations in Southern Damascus over the past 24 hours. The engineering units of the army discovered the arms and equipment which included the US-made TOW missiles, RPGs and its ammunition, machine-guns, grenades, mortars and other ammunitions in a farm between the towns of…

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IRGC chief: Five of abducted Iranian forces freed in Pakistan

  Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari, the chief commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), says five of the 12 Iranian forces, who were kidnapped last month by Pakistan-based terrorists, have been freed. The IRGC chief said Thursday that the freed forces are now in Pakistan and will soon return home, and that efforts are underway to secure the release of the remaining…

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Syrian Army keeps advancing in southern Syria after fierce battle with Daesh

  The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continued their advance in the Al-Safa region of southern Syria this morning after a successful 24 hours against the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh). Led by their elite 4th Armored Division, the Syrian Arab Army continued where they left off on Monday, attacking Daesh’s positions at the northern and northwestern axes of the Al-Safa region.…

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Massive explosion rocks terrorist stronghold near Turkish border

A powerful explosion rocked a rebel stronghold located along the Turkish border this morning, opposition activists reported via social media. According to opposition activists, the large explosion ripped through the rebel stronghold of Jarabulus after unknown assailants detonated a car bomb in front of the police headquarters. The reports added that several military police officers and civilians were killed and…

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Palestinian dies of wounds from Israeli gunfire during Gaza protest

A Palestinian youth has succumbed to the injuries he had sustained when Israeli military forces opened fire on an anti-occupation protest near the fence separating Gaza from the Israeli-occupied territories. Ahmed Khaled al-Najjar, 21, from the Gazan city of Khan Younis died at the Ahli hospital in the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron) on Wednesday evening. He had been…

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Iran: US oil waivers not enough, ‘painful months’ ahead

Iran’s Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says US sanction reprieves for some countries importing Iranian oil are not enough and oil consumers are set for “painful months” ahead because of insufficient supplies. The US on Monday gave exemptions to eight importers of Iranian crude oil as it reimposed sanctions on Iran’s banking, energy and shipping industries, backing down on its threat to…

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Over 7 Million Yemeni Children Face ‘Serious’ Famine Threat

Over seven million children face a serious threat of famine in Yemen and ending the country’s war will not save all of them, the UN children’s agency said. “Today, 1.8 million children under the age of five are facing acute malnutrition, and 400,000 are affected by severe acute malnutrition,” said Geert Cappelaere, regional director of UNICEF. “More than half” of…

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