Upon the agreement, the Kurdish forces would surrender the border towns of Manbij and Kobane to the Syrian army in a deal brokered by Russia. However, some unconfirmed reports said that the deal between the Kurdish and the regime would be extended to apply to the whole of north-east Syria.
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Death toll of Iraqi protests rose to 104 people, eight security forces were among them
UN condemns attack describing it as “horrific”
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“Houthi militia propagates false victories,” says Yemeni Minister of Information
Abdul-Mahdi hopes to de-escalate tensions in the Gulf
Al-Shabab group, launched the first attack against the US’ base in Baledogle
The Houthi National Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs (NCPA) said in a statement, that the 350 prisoners, which will be released, were on the lists of the prisoner exchange deal agreed in Sweden back in December.
Saudi officials have not confirmed the claim yet
Wearing a fake explosive belt, Mostafa boarded a plane heading from Alexandria to Cairo in March 2016, threatening to blow up the jet to force the pilot to change the plane direction.
Trump describes inquiry as “presidential harassment,” promising to release transcript of his call with Zelenskiy
Syrian government asserted committee ‘should be free of foreign intervention’
Iraqi officials claim rockets were fired from areas where Iran-affiliated Iraqi militants operate
Johnson blames Iran for Aramco attacks saying sanctions, military force also possible
“Seven LNA troops were killed and dozens were wounded in the fighting that took place on the roads leading to the airport in southern Tripoli,” said the LNA spokesperson Ahmed Al-Mismari.
Abdul-Malik: there will be ‘no red lines’ in case of not responding to the truce
In a statement, the US Africa Command (USAFRICOM) said that the air strike, which took place on Thursday, was coordinated with the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA).
The announcement comes one week after Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for a strike at the state-owned Saudi Aramco oil processing facilities.
The IMSC plans to secure the Gulf region including the Strait of Hormuz, Bab Al-Mandab, the Sea of Oman, and the Arabian Gulf. The mission is already joined by Australia, Bahrain, and the United Kingdom.
The three captors, aged between 24 and 27, include two Egyptians and one Guinean man, have been accused of torture, kidnapping, and mistreating dozens of people.
Rewriting Syria’s Constitution part of political solution, says Putin
In a statement, the presidency said that the decree applies to crimes committed before 14 September, downgrading the death penalty to a life sentence of hard labour, and reducing life sentences to 20 years.
Saied wins 1st round according to exit polls
“I had a call with Prime Minister Netanyahu to discuss the possibility of moving forward with a Mutual Defense Treaty, between the US and Israel,” Trump tweeted.
Libya’s GNA launches several air raids in cities of Al-Jufra, Tarhuna