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Lebanon: Bassil Says FPM Won’t Participate in Hariri-led Techno-political Government

Caretaker Foreign Minister, Gebran Bassil, said Thursday that the Free Patriotic Movement will not participate in a techno-political government headed by Prime Minister Saad Hariri, stressing that the solution to the current deadlock lies within the formation of a Cabinet of experts. “Should Hariri insist on the ‘nobody but me’ ...

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US Has Committed Systematic Violations of Human Rights: Syria

Syrian Foreign and Expatriates Ministry affirmed Thursday that the US administrations have committed systematic violations of the Human rights against peoples of the World, among them killing thousands of people in Raqqa city in Syria and destroying the city over heads of its residents. The Ministry, in a statement marking ...

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If we are united, the enemies cannot harm us

The prominent teacher in the Islamic Seminary of Qom described the formation of the ‎Islamic Revolution as due to the mass movement of the people and the help of the late ‎Imam Khomeyni and said, “If we are one nation, the enemies cannot harm us.”‎ RNA – On December 11th, ...

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What Does US Seek Behind Sanctions On Iraq’s Hashd Leaders?

Alwaght– The protests in Iraq break new boundaries every day and a point of connection of all is the continuation of the crisis and increase of the dispute between the opposing factions. Meanwhile, the foreign sides are expressing their stances towards the protests in a push to take their advantages ...

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Syria Firmly Rejects Interference in Work of Discussing Constitution Committee: Jaafari

Head of the Syrian government delegation Bashar Al-Jaafari reiterated Damascus’s stance rejecting any attempt to interfere in Syria’s internal affairs and in the work of the Committee of Discussing the Constitution. In a press conference in the Kazakh capital, Nur-Sultan, Jaafari said that the US occupation is looting the Syrian ...

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Bahrain Court Gives Life Sentence to Eight Anti-regime activists

A court in Bahrain has sentenced eight anti-regime protesters to life imprisonment and handed down prison sentences to several others as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy campaigners in the Persian Gulf kingdom. On Wednesday, the First High Criminal Court ...

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Russian Contractor Starts Work at Power Plant South of Iran: Official

Iranian officials say a Russian contractor is taking over at a major power plant south of the country which is expected to be built through finances provided by Moscow. A local official in Iran’s southern province of Hormozgan said on Wednesday that construction works for the Sirik Power Plant had ...

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What benefits did the killers receive except disgrace?‎

Ayatollah Javadi-Amoli referring to the killings during the two world wars said, “It has been ‎almost a century since the brutal killings that occurred during Word War I and II but what ‎benefits did the murderers, such as the United States, receive except for disgrace?”‎ RNA –‎‏ ‏Professor Bartolomeo Pirone, ...

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Several Riot Leaders Arrested in Western Iran

“Police officers could identify 4 ringleaders of the riots in extensive operations after coordination with the judiciary officials,” General Javidan told reporters in Tehran on Tuesday. He added that the arrested people are aged between 20 to 35, noting that one of them had fomented insecurity in the town of ...

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