Middle East
Israeli military confirms airstrikes on Hamas base in Gaza2021-07-26
Israel's military confirmed on Sunday it struck a military base of the Islamic Resistence Movement (Hamas) in the Gaza Strip, hours after arson balloons were launched into southern Israel.
1 killed, 10 injured in explosion in Gaza2021-07-23
At least one Palestinian was killed and 10 others injured on Thursday in a huge explosion in the largest public market in the Gaza Strip.
Iran decries double standard on freedom of expression after U.S. seizes websites2021-06-28
Washington's recent takedown of dozens of websites of Iranian and other regional news outlets, which the U.S. Department of Justice said were operated "in violation of U.S. sanctions," has been termed by Tehran as being "double standard" and a "bullying measure."
Iran's president-elect says U.S. must lift all "unjust" sanctions2021-06-22
Iran's President-elect Ebrahim Raisi said on Monday that the United States must lift "all unjust sanctions" on Iran and Europe abide by their commitments under the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Israel's new PM vows to toughen up approaches against Hamas2021-06-21
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett warned Gaza's Hamas rulers on Sunday that Israel will not tolerate "any more violence" from the besieged Palestinian enclave.
Talks to revive Iran nuclear agreement "closer to a deal": EU official2021-06-21
Talks to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), are "closer to a deal," said a European Union (EU) official on Sunday after the latest meeting that wrapped up the previous six rounds of negotiations.
Iran's presidential polls open as supreme leader casts vote2021-06-19
Iran's 13th presidential election began on Friday morning at 7 a.m. local time (0230 GMT) as Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei cast his vote in the ballot box.
Israeli parliament to vote on approving new gov't by June 142021-06-08
Israel's parliament will vote on approving a new government that could oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by June 14, parliament's speaker announced on Monday.
Turkey's yacht sales booming amid pandemic2021-06-08
Turkish sector representatives said there has been a growing interest in boat tours while the country's yacht industry has seen a surge in sales and production during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fire erupts in oil refinery in Iran's capital2021-06-03
A huge fire broke out in the Shahid Tondguyan Oil Refinery in the south of Iran's capital Tehran on Wednesday evening, local media reported.
Kuwait opens 1st drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination center2021-05-31
Kuwait inaugurated on Sunday a drive-through vaccination center to speed up nationwide inoculation.
Israeli-Palestinian conflict returns to global fore amid high regional tension: analysts2021-05-30
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has recently been brought back to the global fore from several years of marginalization, especially during and after a 11-day-long round of the probably heaviest fighting between Israel and the Gaza Strip's ruler Hamas since 2014, according to Palestinian analysts.
Iran's presidential campaign kicks off after candidate names released2021-05-28
Iran's presidential election campaign has officially gotten underway after the country's Interior Ministry announced the names of the qualified candidates for the country's 13th presidential race on Tuesday.
Fuel trucks allowed into Gaza but other humanitarian trucks turned back: UN2021-05-19
The Israelis allowed dozens of fuel trucks to cross into Gaza at Kerem Shalom on Tuesday but turned back trucks carrying other essential humanitarian cargo, UN humanitarians said.
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