The Iraqi military has received a new batch of South Korean KAI T-50 Golden Eagle supersonic advanced trainers and light combat aircraft under a deal struck between Baghdad and Seoul several years ago.
Iraqi Air Force receives six more KAI T-50 Golden Eagle warplanes
Yemen’s war and the ensuing economic collapse has left 15.9 million people, 53 percent of the population, facing “severe acute food insecurity” and famine was a danger if immediate action was not taken, a survey said on Saturday.
Yemen food survey finds majority in 'dire' crisis, famine a danger
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Saturday chastised the US policy of pouring weapons into the Middle East far beyond its real defense needs, warning that this has turned the region into a "powder keg."
Zarif says US has turned Middle East into ‘powder keg’
More than 30 Palestinians have been injured by Israeli fire during protests along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied territories.
Israeli fire injures dozens of protesters in Gaza
Nearly a dozen civilians have lost their lives and sustained injuries when the so-called US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group carried out a number of aerial attacks in Syria's troubled eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Fresh US-led airstrikes kill nearly dozen Syrian civilians in Dayr al-Zawr
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh says the international conscience thwarted the United States-sponsored resolution to condemn the Palestinian resistance movement at the United Nations General Assembly.
International conscience foiled US scheme to condemn Hamas movement, Haniyeh says
Lebanese Ambassador to the United Nations Amal Mudallali has lodged a complaint with the United Nations against Israel’s hacking into the country’s telephone network in light of a recent operation that the Israeli military has undertaken to block what it claims are tunnels Hezbollah resistance movement has dug into occupied territories.
Lebanon files complaint with UN over Israeli hacking of its telephone network
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar told US Syria Envoy Jim Jeffrey that the United States should give up on building observation posts in Syria, state-owned Anadolu Agency said on Friday.
Turkey tells US it should give up on building observation posts in Syria
The Kremlin shrugged off a US call for it to scrap a nuclear-capable missile on Friday, saying it was in compliance with the Cold-War era arms control treaty Washington accuses the missile of violating.
Kremlin shrugs off US call to scrap nuclear-capable missile

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