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With a debt larger than the country's GDP, questions about Lebanese financial stability increase.
"This is not a normal, fair election, in which everyone is in an equal race," said a Turkish parliamentarian.
Iraq's Prime Minister expressed his fear about the possible move and told Secretary Mike Pompeo that if this were to happen, it will have dire and dangerous consequences for the region.
Extremist groups have not been defeated and the road to a world after ISIS and in which terror has been reduced is still long and difficult.
Iran's bid to launch a satellite failed on Tuesday.
IRCG commander Mohammad Ali Jafari said PM Benjamin Netanyahu should not play with the "lion's tail."
Amaq, a news site linked to Islamic State, said a suicide attacker with an explosive vest struck an international coalition patrol in the city on Wednesday.
Salehi did not elaborate on his remark about stockpiles. Iran's reserve of 20 percent enriched uranium was downblended, shipped abroad or turned into fuel plates for a research reactor after deal.
In New York, Abbas said the United Nations must provide the Palestinians with an international protection force, he remarked on Monday.
Mixed messages from Trump-Erdogan discussion continue to leave region wondering what comes next in eastern Syria
"The accumulation of recent attacks proves that we are determined more than ever to take action against Iran in Syria," said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday.
Riyadh's modernizing reforms belie larger systemic issues.
The rocket carrying the satellite "failed to reach the required speed in the third stage," according to the country's communications minister.
Relations between Ottawa and Riyadh have been tense after Canada demanded the immediate release of jailed rights activists last year.
A top Iranian security official claims Washington tried to establish backchannel for negotiations through Afghan intermediaries.
Confusion over who is speaking to whom and what the roles and goals are
Both have been criticised by its members; many in Europe seeing the disparity for poorer member states
Khashoggi, a longtime royal insider who had become a critic of the crown prince, was killed in October in the kingdom's Istanbul consulate, prompting a global outcry.
NSHR head Mufleh al-Qahtani accused unspecified countries and international organizations of pursuing political agendas and "pushing (women) ultimately to be lost."
Iran's 2015 nuclear accord with world powers caps the level to which it is able to enrich uranium to 3.67 percent purity.