بایگانی خرداد, ۱۳۹۶

US arms shipments, Russian cruise missiles, add more complexities to the situation in Syria

As the conflict is still going on in different fronts in Syria, latest move by the US to send more arms for the Syrian rebels has sparked renewed controversies.

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Putin Cancels Some Sanctions Against Turkey

Russia has lifted some of the sanctions it imposed on Turkey after a Turkish military jet shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border in November 2015.

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Kabul attack death toll rises to 80

An Afghan health official has raised the death toll from the massive suicide car bombing in Kabul earlier on May 31, saying the attack killed 80 people.

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US Senators demand action against President Erdogan’s security staff

Two Republicans from Florida are demanding action from the State Department after members of Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s security staff attacked protesters against Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Washington DC earlier this month.

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Iraq’s Maliki criticizes Barzani’s policies over independence

Former Iraqi PM and the head of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s Dawa party, head of the State of the Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki expressed his strong opposition against the Kurdistan Region’s independence and lashed out at Massoud Barzani.

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Turkey says German MPs’ Incirlik visit ‘not possible’

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has made it clear that Turkey will not open its Incirlik airbase to German lawmakers who want to meet German soldiers stationed there unless Germany takes some “positive steps”.

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قوه قضاییه بیش از پیش خویشتن‌داری کرده است/تشکر از نامزدهایی که رای نیاوردند و…

حجت الاسلام و المسلمین محسنی اژه‌ای ضمن تشریح نقش دستگاه قضا در انتخابات اخیر، از نامزدهایی که موفق به کسب آرای لازم نشدند، بخاطر ازبین نبردن حلاوت انتخابات در کام مردم و بروز ندادن رفتاری مانند آنچه در سال ۸۸ رخ داد، تشکر کرد.

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Pakistan decides to attend Kabul conference on June 6

Pakistan is due to attend the international conference on peace that will be held in Kabul on June 6. 25 countries are expected to participate in the conference including America, China, Russia, India, Iran and Pakistan.

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Saudi Aramco JV to develop giant maritime yard

Global energy giant Saudi Aramco has signed a joint venture deal with UAE-based engineering firm

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Russian cruise missiles hit ISIS targets near Palmyra, state media says

Cruise missiles launched by the Russian Navy hit a number of ISIS targets in Palmyra, Syria, Wednesday, according to Russian state media.

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Activists investigating Ivanka Trump’s China shoe factory detained or missing

A labour activist working undercover investigating abuses at a Chinese factory that makes Ivanka Trump shoes has been detained by police and two others are missing, raising concerns the company’s ties to the US president’s family may have led to harsher treatment.

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UN leader: US leaving Paris accord will harm its global influence

In five months in office, UN Secretary-General António Guterres, has so far publicly avoided challenging new US President Donald Trump.

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Michael Flynn ‘will provide documents to Senate intelligence committee’

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will provide documents to the Senate intelligence committee as part of its probe into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, The Associated Press has learned.

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Kabul Explosion Kills or Wounds Dozens, Afghan Officials Say

Afghan officials say a heavy explosion has caused casualties and damage in the diplomatic area of the capital Kabul.

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