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Nasrullah, “Yemeni people will triumph, Saudi and its puppets will be defeated,”

Nasrullah, “Yemeni people will triumph, Saudi and its puppets will be defeated,”

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Iraqi Kurdistan Secretly Selling Oil to Zionist Regime at Discount Prices via Turkey

  BAGHDAD – The Iraqi Kurdistan is secretly selling oil to the Zionist regime at heavily discounted prices, London-based Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper and other local news outlets say. The report has cited the trade as one of the reasons why the semi-autonomous region is dragging its feet about reaching an oil export agreement with the central government in Baghdad. The…

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Gunfire Hits Israeli Bus in Salfit

Israeli media outlets reported that the an armed man on Wednesday fired at an Israeli bus in Salfit county in the occupied West Bank and that a number of shots hit the target. It is worth noting that Salfit witnessed on Sunday a heroic operation carried out by the martyr Omar Abu Leila who stabbed a Zionist soldier and seized…

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Thanks to Martyr Omar, Treacherous Arabs Blatantly Exposed

As a number of Arab regimes have been flocking to perform their political pilgrimage in Tel Aviv, bowing their heads to the Zion-American master, a Palestinian teenager screamed in the darkness to poke and remind the Umma that liberating the occupied lands and regaining the national rights is always possible and obligatory. In Warsaw conference held last month, the representatives…

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Lebanese Daily: Assad to Visit Baghdad in 2 Months

A Lebanese newspaper disclosed that Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad is slated to visit the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad in the next two months, adding that the two neighboring countries are eager to expand bilateral relations. Al-Akhbar, a Lebanese daily, issued a report on Wednesday touching upon the visits of the leaders of the countries of the region to Baghdad.…

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Yemeni army targets Saudis’ positions with missiles

The Yemeni missile unit fired two Badr-1 ballistic missiles toward Saudis’ positions in southern Jizan. According to Yemeni media ‘Al-Masirah’, the army and the popular committees of Yemen targeted Saudi forces’ positions in Jizan. Meanwhile, Yemeni forces have taken control of Saudi military forces’ positions in Najran. This is while, the UN special envoy Martin Griffith announced on Tuesday that…

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Iran warns Israel against anti-Iran acts

Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations Eshaq Al Habib in a letter warned the Israeli regime against taking any measure against Iran, saying the country will not hesitate to do self-defense in this regard. ‘I would like to stress that the Islamic Republic of Iran, in conformity with its international obligations, would not hesitate to exercise its inherent right to…

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Iran’s new gas phases free up export capacity for Asians

The first shipment from phase 13 of South Pars, including 300,000 barrels of gas condensate, has been delivered for export, operator of the phase which was inaugurated Sunday has said. According to Payam Motamed, the delivery was made on March 11 prior to President Hassan Rouhani’s inauguration of phases 13, 22, 23 and 24. The $5 billion refinery for phase…

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Washington’s coup attempt in Venezuela not working: Analyst

In its attempt to stage a coup in Venezuela, the administration in Washington has not made any achievement even though the US has been “attacking Venezuela one way or another” during the past months of Nicolas Maduro’s presidency, says a commentator. President Donald Trump of the United States on Tuesday renewed his call on the Venezuelan military forces to end…

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Serbian war criminal Karadzic gets life sentence

UN judges on Wednesday ordered former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to spend the rest of his life in jail for the “sheer scale and systematic cruelty” of his war crimes a quarter of a century ago. Karadzic, 73, stood motionless and grim-faced in the dock as judges said they had upheld his 2016 convictions for genocide and war crimes…

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