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UN experts find British-made bomb parts at site of Saudi strike in Yemen
A United Nations panel of experts has discovered parts of British-made weapons in Yemen, which has been the scene of a bloody Saudi-led military campaign.
Trump renews war on media as his rating tanks
US President Donald Trump has once again lashed out at the media, accusing them of deliberately giving him negative coverage to affect his approval ratings.
Iran tanker departs after Gibraltar rejects US demand
The Iranian oil tanker at the center of a diplomatic dispute has departed from Gibraltar after the British overseas territory rejected a US demand to seize the vessel.
Jordan summons Israeli ambassador over clashes at al-Aqsa Mosque compound
Jordan has summoned the Israeli ambassador in Amman to protest "Israeli violations" at al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds, demanding the immediate halt of “provocative practices” that constitute a gross breach of international law.
Iran reports growing textile exports amid tightened control on imports
Iran’s export of garment and textile products is on the rise as the government imposes more restrictions on imports to support the domestic production.
FM Zarif in Finland at first leg of Scandinavian tour
At the first leg of a three-nation Scandinavian tour, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has arrived in the Finnish capital of Helsinki for high-level talks with European officials on ways to ease tensions in the West Asia region.
Trump confirms his interest in buying Greenland
US President Donald Trump says that the United States is considering possibly buying Greenland, noting it is “a large real estate deal.”
Libyan navy rescues more than 300 migrants
The Libyan navy said Sunday 335 migrants had been rescued and one body recovered in separate operations off the coast, as they tried to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe.
Developments in India-controlled Kashmir amount to military coup: Activist to Press TV
A Kashmiri activist has criticized the New Delhi government’s recent decision to strip the disputed Kashmir region of its special constitutional status, saying it seems like the restive Muslim-majority Himalayan region has been taken over by the Indian army in a “military coup,” Press TV reports.
Syrian soldiers, allies reach edges of major militant bastion in Idlib
Syrian government forces, backed by fighters from allied popular defense groups, have gained more ground against Takfiri militants in the southern edge of the country’s northwestern province of Idlib in their latest offensive that was launched last week.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn steps up campaign to become caretaker PM
The leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, has stepped up his plans to become Caretaker Prime Minister. Talking to ITV on 17th August, Corbyn said that as Labour is “by far” the biggest opposition group, it should be invited to form a government if a “no-confidence” motion in Boris Johnson’s Tory government succeeds.
Russia: No plans to deploy new missiles unless US does so
Russia says it has no plans to deploy new missiles as long as the United States shows similar restraint in Europe and Asia, after Washington killed a landmark Cold War-era arms control treaty.
Is there a joint UK-US conspiracy to seize the Adrian Daria?
The decision by the United States Justice Department to issue a warrant for the seizure of the Iranian oil tanker, Adrian Daria, (formerly Grace 1), has created fresh uncertainty about the fate of the vessel.
UK Defence Secretary announced end to investigations of army abuses in Northern Ireland
Last week marked the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the “troubles” in Northern Ireland.
Palestinian resistance groups warn Israel after strikes
Hamas and Islamic Jihad, two Palestinian resistance movements based in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip, have issued stern warnings to Israel following Israeli strikes that killed three Gazans.

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