Foreign Ministers of Iran, Turkey, and Russia will discuss developments in Syria and its northwestern city of Idlib in a meeting in New York.
Iran, Turkey, Russia FMs to meet in New York
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif lambasted US President Donald Trump’s administration for being a “real threat” to the Middle East and global “peace and security,” saying the White House is destabilizing the world.
Zarif: Trump administration ‘real threat’ to Middle East, global peace
Russia has rejected the findings of an Israeli investigation into the deadly crash of a Russian military aircraft in the Syrian province of Latakia, and called on Tel Aviv to launch a new probe into the matter.
Russia rejects Israeli findings on downed plane
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the Israeli military’s aerial operations in the Syrian airspace are in flagrant violation of the incumbent Damascus government’s sovereignty as tensions are simmering between Moscow and Tel Aviv over the downing of the Russian Ilyushin Il-20 reconnaissance aircraft in the western Syrian province of Latakia.
Israeli aerial operations in violation of Syria’s sovereignty, Putin says
Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk’s comments about Saudi funding has made him subject of a criminal probe as Riyadh reportedly clinches a $1-billion deal with Lucid Motors, Tesla’s rival.
Saudis clinch $1-billion deal with Lucid Motors as Tesla faces criminal probe
Israeli troops have mortally wounded two Palestinians by live fire during clashes with anti-occupation protesters at the fence separating the besieged Gaza Strip from the occupied territories.
Israeli troops shoot dead 2 Palestinian protesters in Gaza
Secretary General of Iraq's Badr Organization, who is also the leader of the political Fatah (Conquest) Alliance and the pro-government Hashd al-Sha’abi (Popular Mobilization Units), has withdrawn his candidacy for prime minister, stressing the need for political consensus in order to make progress in the Arab country’s political process.
Iraqi Hashd Sha'abi leader says he won't run for premiership
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says his country will need to deploy more troops to Syria’s militant-held northwestern province of Idlib following an agreement with Russia, which entails a demilitarized zone in the crisis-plagued area.
Turkey needs to send more troops to Idlib under deal with Russia: FM
A latest report has revealed that US-made bombs were frequently being used against civilians in Yemen.
US-made bombs killing Yemeni kids: CNN

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