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Houthi spokesman: Saudis pause Hudaydah offensive to buy time

Sana (Web Desk) A Houthi spokesman says a pause in Saudi airstrikes against Hudaydah is not a submission to international pressure but a bid to buy time and reinforce the military strength for a fresh offensive. “In every round of aggression against Yemen, the escalation begins and then dies down, …

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Food security a key factor of Syria’s independent decision: Assad

Damascus (Web Desk) Syrian President Bashar al-Assad affirmed that food security ensured by the agricultural sector is one of the key factors that consolidated Syria’s independent decision over the past decades. Therefore, one of the primary goals of terrorists was to cut off roads to block the transfer of agricultural …

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Russia says nearly 270,000 Syrian refugees returned home in recent months

Damascus (Web Desk) The Russian military says nearly 270,000 Syrian refugees have returned home in recent months, some seven years after various militant outfits started wrecking havoc in the Arab country. Head of the Russian National Defense Management Center Colonel General Mikhail Mizintsev announced the news in a press conference …

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US to Oppose UN Push for Golan Heights’ Return to Syria

New York (Web Desk) US Ambassador to UN Nikki Haley said her country would reject a United Nations General Assembly resolution that calls on the Israeli regime to return the Golan Heights to Syria. The United States will for the first time vote against an annual UN resolution calling for …

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Japan’s Alliance Obligations Important for Peace Treaty Talks, Kremlin Says

Tokyo (Web Desk) Tokyo’s alliance obligations are important for peace treaty talks between Russia and Japan, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. When asked to comment on media reports claiming that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin had promised not to allow the …

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Chaos Sri Lanka’s Parliament as Rivals Spar

Colombo (Web Desk) Chaos has broken out in Sri Lanka’s parliament, with insults and objects thrown around the house, after the speaker declared the country had no prime minister or cabinet. Mahinda Rajapaksa, recently appointed as prime minister by President Sirisena and voted out by MPs, is now calling for …

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‘Sponsors of crimes made by S Arabia, Zionists have ugly face’

Tehran (Web Desk) Ayatollah Mohammad Emami Kashani, the Interim Leader of Tehran Friday Prayers said the countries which contributed to the crimes and atrocities of Al Saud and Zionists have the ugliest faces in the world. Although the US government has always been an enemy to the Islamic Republic of …

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Al-Jaafari calls on UN to vote against Saudi draft resolution on Syria

New York (Web Desk) Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari reiterated call on the member states to vote against the Saudi draft resolution on the human rights situation in Syria, urging them to stand their ground in the face of Saudi intimidation and cajolery tactics. During …

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Bar on entry: PM shares concern over Fawad with Senate chief

ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed his concern over an entry ban on Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry from Senate sessions, during a telephonic conversation with Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani. According to details, PM Imran urged the Senate chairman to resolve the matter with mutual understanding. On …

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US judge temporarily restores White House press pass to CNN’s Acosta

WASHINGTON (Web Desk) A federal judge Friday ordered the White House to reinstate the press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta, whose pass was revoked after a heated exchange with President Donald Trump. Judge Timothy Kelly issued a temporary restraining order that requires the White House to restore Acosta’s access until …

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