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Senior Saudi cleric taken away for ‘secret trial’
A hugely-popular Saudi Sunni cleric, who has been imprisoned since last year for critiquing the kingdom’s policies, is reportedly taken away to attend a “secret trial.”
China military likely training for strikes on US: Pentagon
The Pentagon claims China has expanded its bomber operations, and is “likely training for strikes” against the United States.
Israeli forces kill Palestinian man over alleged stabbing attack
Israeli forces have shot and killed a young Palestinian man in the central part of the West Bank as as tensions continue in the occupied Palestinian territories following US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s capital and relocate the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the occupied city.
Trump postpones military parade planned for November in Washington
US President Donald Trump has postponed until next year plans for a military parade originally slated for November in Washington, DC, citing the increased cost of the event.
German chancellor says will hold tough talks with Russian president
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she will have tough talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on different issues but that she did not expect her meeting to produce any particular results.
CEOs in US earned 312 times more than average workers last year: Study
A new study has found that the chief executives at the 350 largest companies in America earned 312 times more than their average employees in 2017.
UAE hits out at Qatar’s pledge to invest in Turkey
UAE State Minister for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash has hit out at Qatar’s pledge to make a $15 billion direct investment in Turkey.
Yemeni civilians trapped as Saudi ramps up attacks on Hudaydah
Thousands of civilians are trapped in Yemen’s Hudaydah as Saudi Arabia and allies step up their attacks to capture the port city from the Houthi Ansarullah movement.
UN invites Yemen ex-government, Houthis to Geneva peace talks in September
The United Nations has invited Yemen's former government and the Houthi Ansarullah movement to hold talks in Geneva next month on ways to resolve the country's crisis, a UN spokeswoman says.
China: Turkey can overcome 'temporary' economic crisis
China says Turkey will overcome its "temporary" economic crisis, arguing that a "stable" Turkey plays a major role in maintaining "regional peace and stability."
Israeli settlers chop down 200 Palestinian olive trees in West Bank village
A group of Israeli settlers have attacked an orchard in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, and chopped down hundreds of fruitful olive trees.
Ukraine seeks Iran's help to develop road infrastructure
Ukraine's minister of infrastructure called on Iranian firms to play a more active role in road construction in his country and export technical and engineering services to Ukraine.
Iran Khodro intends to expand activities in Azerbaijan
Iran's leading automobile manufacturer Iran Khodro intends to launch second production line in Azerbaijan, said a deputy minister of industry, mine and trade.
Chinese firms to build Qom-Arak railway line
Chinese companies are ready to construct a high-speed railway line between Arak, the capital of Markazi Province, and the city of Qom, said the governor general of Markazi Province.
Official: Iran exported 9m tons of iron, steel last year
Iran exported nine million tons of steel and iron in the year to March 2018, said the head of Tehran Iron and Steel Union.

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