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Iran’s Navy dispatched 64 flotillas to int’l waters, commander Says
Commander of the Iranian Navy Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi highlighted the presence of his forces in high seas, saying so far, sixty-four flotillas have been dispatched to international waters to protect the Islamic Republic’s interests.
Netanyahu approves Jordan Valley annexation bill after US changes policy
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave his approval to advance a bill that would have Israel apply sovereignty to the Jordan Valley, after the US State Department reversed its stance of viewing Israeli towns in Judea and Samaria as illegal.
Russia slams Israel’s Syria strikes as ‘very wrong’
Russia denounced Israel’s latest aerial assaults on Syria as a “wrong” move that will exacerbate tensions.
EU says France, Italy's 2020 draft budgets at risk of breaching fiscal rules
The European Commission said on Wednesday that draft budgets for next year prepared by the French and Italian governments were at risk of violating European Union fiscal rules as they could miss their debt and deficit reduction targets.
Iran, Pakistan can easily defeat terrorists: Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani highlighted the importance of the country’s security ties with neighboring Pakistan, saying Tehran and Islamabad can easily defeat terrorists in the region.
Yemen's Houthis say will release seized ships if Korean
Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement said on Tuesday it would release vessels it had captured if they prove to be South Korean, after it seized a rig being towed by a Saudi tugboat in the southern Red Sea.
Libya factory strike likely 'war crime': UN envoy
At least ten workers were killed and dozens wounded in an airstrike hitting a biscuit factory in Libya on Monday in what a senior UN official described as a possible war crime.
Protests delay Lebanese Parliament session after long recess
Protesters prevented Lebanon’s Parliament from holding its first session in two months on Tuesday, escalating a wave of demonstrations against the country’s economic downturn.
US delays army drills with South Korea in nod to North Korea
No plans to talk unless “hostile” US policies come under discussion: Pyongyang
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Sunday the United States and South Korea have indefinitely postponed a joint military exercise in an “act of goodwill” toward North Korea, as North Foreign Ministry issued a written statement of defiance.
Labour to hold another referendum on Brexit if winner of elections
Corbyn: We won’t crash out into arms of Donald Trump
The Labour leader told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show his party will hold another referendum on Brexit if they win the General Election.
Crisis-swept Lebanon in gridlock after Safadi withdrawal
Lebanon slipped deeper into political crisis on Sunday after the withdrawal of a top candidate for prime minister narrowed the chances of creating a government needed to enact urgent reforms.
Leader grants clemency to thousands prisoners, including students and journalists
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei approved a proposal to pardon or commute the sentences of more than 3,500 Iranian prisoners, including some students and journalists.
Israel bombs Gaza despite cease-fire deal, Palestinians urge retaliation
Israel launched airstrikes on the Gaza Strip despite agreeing to an earlier cease-fire, arousing popular calls for continued Palestinian retaliatory strikes in response to the onslaught.
False coalitions cannot maintain Hormuz Strait security: Cmdr.
The commander of Iranian Army said regional countries cannot rely on outsiders to provide security of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz, stressing that any false coalition established by foreign powers will fail to uphold security for the strategic region and its vital waterway.
Anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats take opinion poll lead
The anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats have overtaken the Social Democrats to become Sweden’s most popular party for the first time, an opinion poll showed on Friday, nine years after winning its first seats in the parliament.

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