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Top General: Enemies aware of Iran’s crushing response to invasion
Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces said the enemies know well that they would receive a devastating response from Iran in case of military action against the country.
Spanish cities grappling with invasion of electric scooters
Cities across Spain are grappling with electric scooters that have popped up on sidewalks across the country, helping riders zip around but exasperating drivers and pedestrians.
Greek taxi drivers protest against Uber ‘invasion’
Hundreds of taxi drivers marched in central Athens on Tuesday to protest at what they called an "invasion" by Uber, and attacked passing cars they thought were being used by the ride-hailing service.
Kremlin says Lithuania invasion report hysterical Russophobia
Moscow says that a Lithuanian intelligence report claiming that Russia is a threat to the country in multiple ways is “hysterical Russophobia.”
Turkey invasion of Iraq violation of international law: Analyst
Tensions have been simmering lately between Baghdad and Ankara over Turkey's military presence in northern Iraqi. The government in Baghdad has earnestly called for the withdrawal of Turkish forces, arguing that their presence is not needed and that they only impede Iraq's ongoing battle against the Daesh terrorists. Talking to Press TV about the issue, Marcus Papadopoulos, Politics First publisher and editor has noted that Turkey has been illegally occupying northern Iraq which is a “blatant” and “flagrant” violation of international law.
US planning after Iraq invasion gave rise to Daesh: UK foreign min.
UK Foreign Minister Philip Hammond says it was wrong-planning on the part of the United States that led to the formation of the Daesh (ISIL) Takfiri terrorist group in Iraq.
Invasion of Iraq based on false perceptions: Cameron
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has responded to the Chilcot Inquiry into Britain’s role in the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, saying Britain must never repeat the mistakes of the Iraq war.
Invasion of Iraq made world 'a better place': Blair
Former British prime minister Tony Blair has defied the findings of an scathing inquiry into his decision to assist the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, saying the war has made the world a “better place.”
Syria invasion will not be in America's best interest: WH
The White House has ruled out a US military attack against the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria, saying the outcome of any such action would not be in America's best interest.
Trump called Iraq invasion a 'tremendous success'
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called the invasion of Iraq a “tremendous success” one day after it was launched.
Czech leader : Refugee influx into Europe organized invasion
Czech President Milos Zeman has termed the recent wave of refugees entering Europe in large numbers “an organized invasion,” calling on young Syrian and Iraqi men to “take up arms” against Takfiri terrorists instead of leaving their home countries.
Ex-Bush officials to teach course on decision-making in Iraq invasion
Two key players and advocates of the US war on Iraq will teach a course on decision-making during the invasion of the country under former president George W. Bush, a report said.
No goals of Yemen invasion attained
Saudi Arabia’s bloody invasion of Yemen, which continued for 28 consecutive days, can be compared to Israel’s aggression of Lebanon in 2006 or its war on the besieged Gaza Strip in 2008. Like those two devastating invasions, Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes led to the destruction of Yemen’s infrastructure and the killing of many civilians.
Unexpected consequences of Saudi Invasion
On August 3, 2005, the Arabic language newspaper of Al-Hayat released an unpublished interview with Rafik Hariri, the former prime minister of Lebanon, referring to his talks with Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the former Saudi king. Citing a conflict between Iranian and Saudi fighter jets during the 1980-88 Iraqi imposed war on Iran, Hariri said that in his meeting with Abdullah, he asked the late king why he refused to reveal the details of the conflict. Abdullah responded that "the revelation of this is not wise. We do not want to fight with Iran or be in trouble with it". The former king added, "Iran is a country with thousands of years of history, we the Arabs are also a nation with thousands of years of history, and we cannot compete with Iran and they are also not capable of excluding us, therefore we should be patient and resolve our problems."

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