Iranian Foreign Minister Says Regional Crises Won’t Resolve By Force, Hegemony

Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian on Tuesday ruled out the use of force in resolving the ongoing crises in the West Asian region, emphasizing on collective efforts to help bring stability in the region. Speaking to the reporters in …

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Blast in Afghanistan Kills Nine School Children

At least nine schoolchildren were killed on Monday morning when an unexploded mortar shell detonated near a school in the eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan. The Nangarhar Governor’s Office said that another four children were injured in the blast caused …

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UAE Calls For Immediate Release of Rwabee Ship, Its Crew Hijacked By Houthi

Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the UN, Lana Nusseibeh on Monday called for the immediate release of the Rwabee ship and its crew members, which were hijacked by Iran-backed Houthi militia on January 3. …

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5th Round Of Iran-Saudi Negotiations To Be Held in Iraq

Iran’s ambassador to Iraq, Iraj Masjedi, said that the 5th round of talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia will soon be held in Iraq. Mr. Masjedi said the representatives of the both sides will discuss bilateral and regional issues during …

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Saudi Envoy Says Hezbollah Is a Threat to Arab Security

Saudi Arabia’s envoy to Lebanon said that the Hezbollah group, lead by Hassan Nasrallah, is posing a great threat to the Arab security. Ambassador Waleed Bukhari said his country hopes that the political parties “will give priority to the supreme …

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Russian-led Troops Fly Into Kazakhstan for ‘Peacekeeping Mission’ as Crackdown on Protesters Continue

Russian-led troops have flown into Kazakhstan  at the request of Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to help quell anti-government protests. The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) said in a statement on Jan. 6 that it deployed soldiers from Russia and former …

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EU Calls On Russia To Respect Kazakhstan Sovereignty

The European Union on Thursday called on Russia to respect Kazakhstan’s sovereignty and independence as Moscow sends troops to quell an uprising after deadly violence spread across the country “The violence must be stopped. We are also calling for restraint …

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UAE Suspends Flights to Kazakhstan’s Almaty City Due To Civil Unrest

Dubai-based airline Flydubia on Thursday said it has suspended its flights to and from Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city until at least Saturday as anti-government protests continue across the country. “Flydubai flights FZ 737/8 and FZ 1721/2 between Dubai and Almaty …

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Saudi-Led Coalition Says It Destroyed Houthi Drone

The Saudi-led coalition in Yemon on Thursday said it has intercepted and destroyed a drone launched by Yemen’s Iranian-backed Houthi rebels towards the kingdom. The Saudi Arabia’s Air Defense intercepted the drone, the coalition said in a statement, vowing to …

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Jordanian King and Israeli Defense Minister Discuss Palestine

Jordanian King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein met with Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz where they discussed issues concerning to the Palestinian territories, stressing it should be resolved with calm, Jordan News Agency (PETRA) reported. During the meeting, King Abdullah reiterated …

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