Since becoming heir to Saudi Arabia’s throne in 2017, Mohammad bin Salman (MbS) has put the oil-rich kingdom through a roller-coaster ride: One that saw Riyadh aligning its foreign policy more closely with the United States, only to grow…
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Iran welcomes the constructive stances on regional cooperation and dialogue adopted by a number of countries during a recent Arab League Summit, the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson said.
In a statement on Sunday, Nasser Kanaani…
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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was given a warm welcome at an Arab summit on Friday, winning a hug from Saudi Arabia's crown prince at a meeting of leaders who had shunned him for years, in a policy shift opposed by the…
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In a devastating report issued Monday, the Cost of War Project at Brown University estimates that at least 4.5 million people have died as a result of the wars launched by the United States since the 9/11 attacks in 2001.
The research project,…
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US military officials are walking back claims that a drone strike Central Command (CENTCOM) launched on May 3 in northwest Syria killed a senior al-Qaeda leader after evidence emerged that a civilian was killed.
When the strike…
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In a first visit by an Iranian President to the war-ravaged Arab country in 13 years, Ebrahim Raisi led a high-ranking delegation to Syria last week and returned with a bagful of cooperation pacts.
Raisi was accompanied by ministers of foreign…
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The U.S. military is investigating reports that it killed a civilian in a recent strike in northwest Syria that meant to target a senior al-Qaida leader, a military official said in a statement Tuesday.
Relatives and neighbors of a 60-year-old…
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The United States and Britain voiced dissatisfaction Tuesday with the weekend decision by the Arab League to re-instate Syria as a member.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said they opposed…
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As Türkiye nears the presidential elections, counterterrorism operations in Syria and Iraq are high on the agenda. Some opposition parties pledged to end military operations in both countries, ending years of ruling Justice and Development…
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he spokesman for the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ahmad al-Sahhaf, said on 5 May that solidarity with the people of Syria, as well as respect for the country’s sovereignty, will pave the way for stability in the region.
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