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Elections in Iraq, but weapons and money still dominate the scene

Iraq–It is election time in Iraq, a country still divided. There are many unknowns, starting from the will of the main political groups to contribute

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Sicari in Cyprus: Israel accuses Iran and reveals the plot

Israel– A coordinated operation in collaboration between the Mossad intelligence services and the Cyprus Intelligence Service (KIP) last week led to the arrest by the

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How Lebanon Politicians Have Justified Their Offshore Money Investments

Lebanon– As the Pandora papers investigation opens the can of worms, Lebanese politicians have been discovered to have more offshore companies in the world than

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World Bank alerts Yemen as famine-like conditions have rebounded in 3 governorates

Yemen– According to the World Bank, Yemen has been suffering the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. War, locust attack, famine, flash floods and then

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Voting for Legislative Elections began in Qatar

Qatar– Voting began today in Qatar for state’s first legislative elections for two-thirds of the advisory Shura Council. During the voting, a domestic debate was

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Israel’s FM Yair Lapid makes historic visit to Bahrain, meets crown prince Salman Khalifa

Bahrain–On Thursday, Israel’s foreign minister Yair Lapid reached Bahrain, marking a historical and official highest-level Israeli visit to the Gulf state. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani,

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Russia bombs allied Turkish troops in Syria

Syria– Russian jets bombed a military base of Al-Hamza Division, a group affiliated with the Turkish-backed National Army, in the village of Barad in Afrin,

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Israel to the UN General Assembly: “Iran nuclear program has crossed all red lines”

Israel_ Israel is a beacon of light and freedom, and supporting it is a moral choice. Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Monday in his

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Archaeologists’ discover mosaics in Turkey

The assembly of over 3,000 stones was unearthed in the remains of a 15th century BC Hittite temple, 700 years before the oldest known mosaics

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Iran Plays Hard To Get On Negotiating Table With Washington

Iran is in no mood to take a stand over its nuclear deal and this is somehow frustrating for Washington. The frustration over Tehran’s indecisiveness