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Tuesday 21 April 2015
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  • Israel Beneficiary of Saudi “Dirty” War on Yemen: Iranian Speaker

    Israel Beneficiary of Saudi “Dirty” War on Yemen: Iranian Speaker

     Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani strongly condemned Saudi-led military attacks on Yemen, adding that the Zionist regime of Israel benefits from such a “dirty belligerency.”Addressing a Sunday session of the parliament, Larijani said Riyadh’s bellicose policy in launching a military campaign against Yemen just arouses feelings of hatred for the Saudi regime.He also noted that Saudi Arabia will never reach its objectives by

  • Saudi troops injured in friendly airstrike near Yemen border

    Saudi troops injured in friendly airstrike near Yemen border

     Several Saudi soldiers have been wounded during a friendly airstrike in a southwestern region near the border with Yemen.Citing informed sources, Yemen’s Watten Agency said the airstrike was carried out on Sunday, when Saudi warplanes mistakenly targeted a building in a village near the frontier.They said Saudi military vehicles were seen cordoning off the village after the incident.The report did not give further details about the number

  • Egypt’s Morsi may face death penalty in first verdict

    Egypt’s Morsi may face death penalty in first verdict

     Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically elected president, could face the death penalty over a number of charges, including inciting the killing of protesters, nearly two years after his ouster.The former Egyptian president may be handed the death sentence in the first verdict against him on Tuesday, April 21.Morsi and 14 other defendants are charged with the killing of three protesters and torturing a number of others during clashes

  • Iran, Afghanistan agree on intel cooperation

    Iran, Afghanistan agree on intel cooperation

     “Concerning the issue of narcotics, which is a menace beleaguering the region, Iran and Afghanistan itself, we agreed to have intelligence and security cooperation to counter drug trafficking rings,” Rouhani said during a joint press conference with his Afghan counterpart Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in Tehran on Sunday. The Iranian president further noted that Tehran and Kabul agreed to share intelligence on terrorism, violence and extremism

  • Iran must be ready for defense: Leader

    Iran must be ready for defense: Leader

     Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has condemned the “shameless” military threats against the Islamic Republic, saying the country must always be ready to defend itself.The Leader made the comments in an address to a group of senior Army commander in Tehran on Sunday.Ayatollah Khamenei said Iranians have proved that they can act strong in protecting the country and stand against the aggressors “like

Israel Beneficiary of Saudi “Dirty” War on Yemen: Iranian Speaker
Saudi troops injured in friendly airstrike near Yemen border
Egypt’s Morsi may face death penalty in first verdict
Iran, Afghanistan agree on intel cooperation
Iran must be ready for defense: Leader
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Houthi leader to deliver speech on Yemen ongoing crisis
Houthi leader to deliver speech on Yemen ongoing crisis

 The leader of Yemen’s Houthi movement is scheduled to deliver a speech focusing on the ongoing crisis in Yemen as the Saudi aggression against its impoverished southern neighbor continues unabated.The main theme of Abdul-Malik al-Houthi's …

Israel views Russia’s S-300 sale to Iran with ‘utmost gravity’: PM
Israel views Russia’s S-300 sale to Iran with ‘utmost gravity’: PM

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has once again criticized Russia over its decision to lift a ban on the delivery of S-300 missile system to Iran, saying Tel Aviv sees the plan with “utmost gravity.”"Israel views with utmost …

Egypt gives death penalty to 11 over soccer riot
Egypt gives death penalty to 11 over soccer riot

 A court in Egypt has given death sentences to 11 people over a football stadium riot in the canal city of Port Said three years ago. The sentences were handed down on Sunday after a retrial over the 2012 incident which claimed 74 lives.In …

Thousands in Germany Protest against Europe-US Trade Deal
Thousands in Germany Protest against Europe-US Trade Deal

 Thousands of people marched in Berlin, Munich and other German cities in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that they fear will erode food, labor and environmental standards.Opposition to the …

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Fighting in Iraq's Ramadi Displaces Thousands
Fighting in Iraq's Ramadi Displaces Thousands

 Thousands of families continue to flee the Iraqi city of Ramadi as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group closes in on the capital of Anbar province, clashing with Iraqi troops.The UN has announced that more than 4,000 …

Saudi-Led Coalition Drops Poisonous Bombs on Yemen: Report
Saudi-Led Coalition Drops Poisonous Bombs on Yemen: Report

 As Riyadh and its allies continue to pound Yemen with daily aerial strikes, the Saudi-led coalition is reported to have launched gas attacks in its offensive against the impoverished country.Al-Alam Arabic language news network on Sunday cited …

Iraqi security official believe in domino effect of a-Douri's death on ISIL's collapse
Iraqi security official believe in domino effect of a-Douri's death on ISIL's collapse

 "Al-Douri's death has kicked off a domino of ISIL's defeat in the battlefield against Iraq's security and popular forces in Iraq," Member of Salahuddin Provincial Council's Security Committee Khaled Jessam quoted by Iran's Fars News Agency as …

US assassinated first Pakistani prime minister: Report
US assassinated first Pakistani prime minister: Report

 The United States assassinated Pakistan’s first prime minister, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan, more than sixty years ago, according to US State Department documents.Quoting the declassified State Department documents, Pakistan Today reported on …

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Interview
'War crimes and its converse effect': Political Analyst

'War crimes and its converse effect': Political Analyst

 Recently Saudi invasion on Yemen and catalogue of crimes and massacres happening in this plagued country have unleashed a wave of protests in different countries …

Moscow talks breakthrough, future talks promising: Assad

Moscow talks breakthrough, future talks promising: Assad

 Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has hailed as a “breakthrough” the latest round of talks between Damascus and opposition groups in the Russian capital city of …

'Tightening security is of fallouts of Saudi invasion': Shafiei

'Tightening security is of fallouts of Saudi invasion': Shafiei

 The members of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, Nozar Shafiei in an exclusive interview with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) sternly warned over the …

'Saudi invasion after turning Palestine to forgotten corners'

'Saudi invasion after turning Palestine to forgotten corners'

 Saudi-Arabia affair analyst, Foad Ebrahim counted Saudi invasion to Yemen “cruel” and underscored this attack aims at turning Muslims’ main concern of …

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News
Afghan parliament approves more cabinet nominees
Russia denies agreement with Greece on gas project
Supporters of Terror Groups Not to Be Safe: Iran's Velayati
Afghan Army Chief Calls for Joint Efforts with Pakistan to Defeat Non-State Actors Threats
Iran Peace Plan for Yemen Submitted to UN
Report
Israeli court allows confiscation of Palestinian homes
Thousands of Yemenis flee Saudi airstrikes to Horn of Africa
Iraqi Officials Say Have Full Control of Ramadi
Iraqi Forces Repel ISIL Attack South of Kirkuk
Israeli settlers violating int’l law by using Palestinian child laborers: HRW
Article
Saudi vs. Saudi: Saving Riyadh From Itself
Arm-Twisting Yemen Into Submission
Willful Genocide: Making Murder Respectable in Yemen
No true freedom of expression in US
Resource War: Yemen Bleeds for Oil
Interview
Yemen’s Ansarullah: All Options Open to Respond to Saudi-Led Aggression
Ariane Tabatabai: Iran, P5+1 Lausanne Understading A 'Breakthrough'
Russia's Decision to Lift Ban on S-300 Delivery 'A Step Forward': Iran
‘Wahhabism Aims to Destroy Islam from Inside’
Foreign Access to Iran's Missiles Out of The Question: Nuclear Negotiator