“They spearheaded the systematic campaign of incitement against President Mahmoud Abbas and his prime minister, Mohammed Shtayyeh."
Tensions between Iran and the United States increased earlier this year after the United States killed Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force, in a drone strike in Iraq.
Noor was now orbiting 425km (264 miles) above the Earth's surface, the Guards said on their website.
The Strip is seeing a slow erosion of some traditions that have long derailed girls’ progress
Hezbollah was one of the only parties to oppose the legislation.
The easing of the curfew is due to last until May 22 at the end of Ramadan, when it is expected to be tightened again.
The Kurdish news outlet Rudaw reported on Tuesday that “Shayan Saeedpour was among 74 inmates who escaped Saqqez prison in Iran’s Kurdistan province on March 27 after clashing with the guards.”
Turkey is now the largest center of the pandemic in the Middle East with more than 90,000 cases
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus on Monday
UNICEF estimates that there are 25 million children in need, including refugees and internally displaced people from conflicts in Syria, Yemen, Sudan Palestinian territories, Iraq and Libya,
Why would a country that prides itself on its indigenous missile technology also claim to be copying its most hated enemy, the “Zionist regime?”
Iraq relies on oil and is already in economic dire distress. The successful Kurdistan autonomous region also relies on oil and will be hit hard.
Eisenkot: Tehran losing Gaza influence
'Experts are not ruling out the possibility that in the near future Iran could try and use the Israeli missiles against Tel Aviv itself'
The one-day visit comes days after alleged Israeli drone strike.
The Russian Ministry of Defense claims that the US aircraft was heading toward the Khmeimim Air Base in Latakia, Syria where Russian troops and equipment are stationed
Turkey’s official coronavirus infections rose to more than 86,000 with 2,000 deaths on Monday.
A spokesman at Turkey's Justice Ministry declined to comment on the actions and Saudi Arabia's government media office did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.
Earlier, Erekat said that Britain, Japan and Norway officials told him that they rejected any “annexation” of parts of the West Bank and affirmed their continued support for UNRWA.
Iran's reported temporary release of 100,000 prisoners since February - including prisoners of conscience and dual and foreign nationals - was welcomed by the United Nations on Friday as a good step.