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Inhuman zionist settler runs over, kills female Palestinian teacher in occupied West Bank

Palestinian sources said the 42-year-old victim, identified as Fatima Suleiman, was fatally struck in the Khirbat al-Dayr district of the town of Tuqu’, located 12 kilometers southeast of Bethlehem, on Thursday morning, Arabic-language Shehab news agency reported. There have been a series of “hit-and-run” incidents targeting Palestinians in different parts of the West Bank over recent months, with most of them going uninvestigated by…

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Iran’s FM Zarif criticizes Europe for delaying INSTEX launch

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif made the remarks on the sidelines of a ceremony to launch the ministry’s Economic Diplomacy website in Tehran on Sunday. The Europeans, Zarif said, introduced the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchange (INSTEX) as “a preliminary measure” – as part of their multiple commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – following Washington’s withdrawal…

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Qatar, China, Iraq denounce US blacklisting of IRGC

Turkey, Qatar, China, and Iraq have separately denounced US President Donald Trump’s recent move to designate Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist group. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Tuesday warned that the move was a step outside international law which will pave the way for further instability in the region. “The United States issued this one-sided…

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Brazil: At least 10 dead after flash floods hit Rio de Janeiro

At least ten people were killed in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday, after flash floods swept through the Brazilian city. Flash floods were triggered by torrential rain, which began on Monday evening and continued into Tuesday. Some 246 millimeters (9.6 inches) of rain reportedly fell in just nine hours on Monday night, which is above average for the whole month…

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Wreckage of Japan’s missing F-35 found, pilot missing

Wreckage from a Japanese F-35A stealth fighter jet has been found a day after it disappeared off the radar over the Pacific, the country’s defense minister said Wednesday. There was no word yet on the fate of the one pilot on board the jet, Defense Minister Takeshi Iwaya said. “We have collected part of its tail” in search operations at…

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Tens of Families Flee US-Occupied Camp in Syria’s Al-Tanf

Tens of families who have been taken hostage by the occupying US forces and their affiliated militants in al-Rukban in al-Tanf region escaped from the camp. The Arabic-language service of SANA news agency reported that the Syrian refugees have left al-Rukban camp for Jaliqam corridor in Badiyeh (desert areas) of Syria in the Eastern parts of Zaza region in Eastern…

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US-Backed SDF Cracks Down on Uprising in Raqqa

The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) suppressed a protest rally held by civilians in Raqqa as Washington sent a military convoy to the province. Local sources reported on Friday that a large number of people from Raqqa city gathered in Seif al-Dolah district on Thursday against the SDF measures in the region. They added that the SDF militants fired at…

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Captive Movement denies reaching deal with Israeli jailers

The Palestinian Captive Movement on Friday evening affirmed that it had not reached any deal about its demands with the Israeli prison service. In a brief statement, the Captive Movement said there were still talks between representatives of the prisoners and Israeli jailers to reach understandings that protect the detainees’ rights and dignity. It appreciated the Palestinian resistance for its…

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Senior cleric terms people’s presence as key to birth of Islamic Revolution

Tehran’s interim Friday Prayer leader Hojatoleslam Mohammad Hassan AbuTorabi Fard said people’s presence in various fields is the key to birth and continuation of the Islamic Revolution. It is people who make the Revolution dynamic and pave the way for promoting power, AbuTorabi Fard said in the first sermon of his prayers speech.He added that nations pave the ground for…

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Venezuelan people won’t submit to US pressure: Writer

The Venezuelan people are steadfast enough to stand against the US pressures and unilateral aggression, says a commentator. US Vice President Mike Pence said on Friday that Washington is working to increase pressure on the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and stoke a mutiny among Venezuelan officials to defect to an opposition figure. In an interview with Press TV…

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