US Grants Iran Sanctions
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US Grants Iran Sanctions Exemption to South Korea

The US permitted South Korea to pay damages owed to an Iranian company, in an exemption to sanctions on Tehran that can be viewed as a trust-building step in the ongoing nuclear talks. The US Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control…
Crimes in Negev

Palestinian Government Accuses Israel of Committing Crimes in Negev

The Palestinian government, on Wednesday, accused Israel of committing crimes against Palestinians in the Negev region, Anadolu News Agency reported. “The crimes of the occupying state in Negev are an extension of its war on the Palestinian…
ISIS Terrorist

Report: ISIS Terrorist Group Increased In North Leban

A Lebanese newspaper warned of the return of Daesh (ISIS or ISIL) activities in northern regions of Lebanon as tens of youths have been smuggled to Syria and Iraq to join the terrorist group. According to Al-Akhbar, the activity of bands affiliated…
Seeking War

Afghan Diplomat: Ahmad Massoud Says He’s Not Seeking War

Abdul Qayyum Soleimani, caretaker of the Afghan embassy in Tehran, told a news conference late on Tuesday that Ahmad Massoud, the leader of Afghanistan’s National Resistance Front (NRF), told acting Taliban foreign minister Amir Khan Muttaqi…
Americans cannot fly
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About 80 Americans cannot fly from Afghanistan

About 80 US citizens are unable to leave Afghanistan due to the lack of evacuation flights from the country, CNN reported, citing sources. According to him, several dozen Americans have expressed a desire to leave the country, but the Taliban…