Tunis extends nationality to 34 Palestinians; experts say it will help in struggle for right of return and self-determination
Officials claim no violation of Iran deal • Questions abound
Jordan has warned that annexation could harm and possibly annul its 1994 peace treaty with Israel.
Ex-cyber officials tell the ‘Post’ that Iran may change some of its aggressive policies until it has a chance to lick its wounds.
Hashemi, an analyst who had advised the government on defeating Sunni Muslim Islamic State militants and curbing the influence of the pro-Iran Shi'ite militias, was gunned down.
Most of the confirmed coronavirus cases – 151 – were discovered in the Hebron area, which has been hit hard by the disease in the past two weeks.
Hamas: Israel trying to foil unity with Fatah
The coalition has previously accused the Houthi movement of trying to attack vessels off the coast of Yemen with unmanned boats laden with explosives.
Hezbollah's Nasrallah said on Tuesday a "calm discussion" was underway with the government over the idea.
The United States has reimposed sanctions to throttle Iran's oil trade and pressure Tehran to renegotiate the deal, give up its ballistic missiles, and cease its involvement in regional wars.
The main point of contention in the report is that Al Jazeera has refused to disclose its relationship with the Qatari royal family - which is against US law.
Iran’s new air defense help could also have ramifications for Turkey’s military presence.
At the heart of the issue is the fact that a third of Syria is not controlled by Damascus and needs humanitarian aid.
New images from Natanz posted online on July 8 illustrated the extensive damage to the facility caused from a July 2 mysterious explosion.
David Albright told the ‘Post’ that some of the damage is likely irreparable.
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"Iran is not abiding by the UN arms embargo that is due to expire in less than four months now," he said.
Haftar is supported by the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Russia, while the government is backed by Turkey.
Lebanon is in throes of an acute financial crisis seen as the biggest threat to its stability since the 1975-90 civil war.
When it comes to Turkey, Greece’s “reflexes are a bit like [Israel's] with Iran,” Sarris said.