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Yemen Truce A Step Toward Broader Peace Deal: UN Envoy

A renewed two-month truce in war-torn Yemen that has given the population a sense of normalisation is the first step toward a broader peace settlement, the United Nations special envoy said. The truce "has delivered some humanitarian respite…
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US Occupation Loots New Quantities of Syrian Wheat from Al-Jazeera

US occupation and its linked QSD militia looted on Saturday new big quantities of Syrian wheat via vehicles that headed for the Iraqi territories via the illegitimate cross borders. Local sources told SANA that a US convoy of 40 trucks loaded…
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Iran Foreign Minister: Al-Quds Occupying Regime Cause Of Instability, Terrorism In Region

Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian says the Israeli regime is the main cause of instability and insecurity in the entire West Asia region. Amir-Abdollahian made the remarks in an early Sunday phone call with his Emirati counterpart,…
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Iran Responds To UAE Concerns Over Tehran’s Nuclear Plans

Iran on Saturday told the United Arab Emirates that Tehran gave a high priority to improving ties with its neighbours, Iranian state media reported, a day after the UAE voiced concern over Tehran's nuclear programme. The UAE's envoy at the…
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Taliban Say US Is ‘Biggest Hurdle’ to Diplomatic Recognition

Afghanistan’s Taliban have alleged the United States is blocking their way to securing international recognition for the Islamist group’s new government in Kabul. The insurgent-turned-ruling group seized power last August and installed…