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Pro-Kurdish protests in Europe demand a stop to Turkish offensive
The Iranian government vows to take a ‘proper response’
Little-known professor, media mogul face each other in a crucial debate
Arab League demands immediate halt of Turkish aggression in North Syria
Egypt meets SDC delegation in Cairo on “Turkey offensive” into northern Syria
Turkey strikes Syrian-Iraqi border, cutting off Kurdish route to reinforce
Withdrawing US troops could pave the way for IS to surge, says France
Turkey’s drilling in our regional waters is illegal and violates international laws, says Cypriot President
Death toll of Iraqi protests rose to 104 people, eight security forces were among them
UN condemns attack describing it as “horrific”
Exit poll estimated Islamists to win 40 seats, while jailed businessperson’s party to take 33-35 seats
The latest developments came after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan telephoned his US counterpart Donald Trump to discuss the “safe zone” planned to be established east of the Euphrates River in Syria, as well as a number of bilateral issues.
Iraqi public figures call on government to hold an urgent elections
More than 15,000 candidates on 1,500 lists competing for 217 seats
Despite that some social media users negated the possibility of an Egyptian intervention in the case, The statement said that the Ministry of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs has reached out to a large number of Saudi authorities that asserted the case is still under study.
Ethiopia vows to make ongoing dialogue successful
Internet access has been shut down in most of its areas
Air fighters destroyed several sites in Mitiga, Misrata airports: Al-Mesmari
“Exercise restraint in handling the protests,” asks the UN’s top official in Iraq
“Houthi militia propagates false victories,” says Yemeni Minister of Information
Abdul-Mahdi hopes to de-escalate tensions in the Gulf
Banque du Liban aims to issue regulations of financing fuel, medicine, and wheat imports on Tuesday
Egypt’s government fears that the Ethiopian dam will negatively impact its limited share of the Nile’s water, estimated at 55.5 bn cubic meters (cm), of which Egypt depends on more than 90% for drinking, agriculture
Al-Shabab group, launched the first attack against the US’ base in Baledogle
Two Turkish F-16 fighter jets had tracked down the drone after it repeatedly violated Turkish airspace, but which country the drone belonged to could not be immediately determined, said the ministry in a written statement.
The Houthi National Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs (NCPA) said in a statement, that the 350 prisoners, which will be released, were on the lists of the prisoner exchange deal agreed in Sweden back in December.
“A peaceful political solution is much better than a military solution,” says Bin Salman
Saudi officials have not confirmed the claim yet
The United States said it will not allow militants to use a conflict between eastern and western-based factions around the capital Tripoli to protect themselves.
Iraq’s government recently called for the reinstatement of Syria’s membership of the Arab League