0126 GMT November 15, 2019
Turkish forces kill PKK member listed as Ankara's most wanted
Turkish forces have killed a top wanted member of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group during a counter-terrorism operation in Iraq’s northern semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Protesters block roads in Beirut, other areas of Lebanon
Protesters blocked roads in Beirut and other parts of Lebanon on Monday, pressing a wave of anti-government demonstrations that have plunged the country into political turmoil at a time of economic crisis.
Iran to host ‘International Conference on Palestinian Resistance’
The World Assembly of Islamic Awakening plans to hold an international conference on resistance of the Palestinian nation early next year.
Israeli forces detain Palestinian minister of Al-Quds affairs
Israeli military forces arrested the Palestinian minister of Al Quds affairs, Fadi al-Hadami, during an overnight operation in the Israeli-occupied city.
US troops back at military bases in northeast Syria
US troops are reportedly back in military bases in northeastern Syria, which they had previously evacuated ahead of Turkey's military action against Kurdish forces in the area.
Israeli army major arrested on suspicion of raping, abusing female soldier
Israeli military officials have arrested an officer with the rank of major on suspicion of raping and sexually harassing a female soldier at a base in the occupied territories.
Israel in emergency situation, most vulnerable to threats: Lieberman
Former Israeli minister of military affairs Avigdor Lieberman says the regime is in an “emergency situation” amid heightened tensions in the Middle East means that it is now vulnerable more than ever.
Funeral for Palestinian killed during Israeli airstrike
Palestinians have held a funeral procession for a 27-year-old civilian who was killed during a wave of pre-dawn airstrikes in Gaza.
Russia says US smuggling Syrian oil worth millions
The United States is violating its own anti-Syria sanctions by smuggling crude from oilfields it seized from Damascus, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said.
Turkey says will send Daesh prisoners to home countries
Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said on Saturday that Turkey would send captured Daesh terrorists back to their home countries, and he complained about European inaction on the matter.
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