Faced with mounting US sanctions, Hezbollah leader in troubled waters, experts say
The cause of the incident is under investigation.
ALMA says never-before-published sites are deep in heart of residential areas in Beirut, next to hospitals, restaurants, schools
The assassination came amid unconfirmed reports that Hamas has arrested a number of its members on suspicion of collaboration with Israel.
The American “maximum pressure” campaign has clearly had a major impact on Iran, but a massive influx of Chinese investments will go a long way towards undoing it.
“After summarizing, a full report will be presented in this regard and then, we will take the necessary actions in accordance with the findings that will be made after the investigation."
The site was inscribed onto UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1985 under Historic Areas of Istanbul, along with other points of significance in the city.
nce led by Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, who the US has viewed as a terrorist for more than a decade, the group is made up of hard core pro-Iranian cadres and has an arsenal of weapons.
Looking ahead, King Abdullah said his country would "come out stronger compared to other countries in the region."
Fars News in Iran, which receives information from the Houthi movement in Yemen, also reported the rocket firing.
The Middle East was relatively late to be affected by the pandemic, having seen figures rise after Europe and Asia
“The US sent a message to Iran via the Swiss ambassador to demand that Iran not give a response, but it was rejected immediately.”
There have been several explosions around Iranian military, nuclear and industrial facilities since late June.
The CAO report, which was published on late Saturday, said the missile battery that targeted the passenger plane had been relocated and "was not properly reoriented".
“My thoughts go to Istanbul. I think of Santa Sophia. and I am very pained,” Pope Francis said during his weekly blessing Sunday in St. Peter’s Square.
Hassan said 800 workers from the company in question needed to be tested, along with another 1,000 workers from two other companies with whom they were connected.
Kahlout, 36, was arrested on Friday evening for “encouraging” a resident to harm himself, Ayman al-Batnihi, spokesman for the Hamas police in the Gaza Strip, said.
His last two sermons have been seen to mark a shift to a more openly critical stance against the policies of both Hezbollah and its ally President Michel Aoun.
The naval exercise was dubbed Hasam-20 and was carried out in an area not far from the Libyan border, according to several accounts.
Aid is used as a weapon by Damascus and Ankara in Syria.