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Arab warplanes and warships pounded Houthi fortifications to support ground operations by foreign and Yemeni troops massed south of the port of Hodeidah in operation "Golden Victory."
The biggest battle in a three-year war, which has already created the world's biggest humanitarian crisis, centers on Hodeidah.
Last month, Israel accused Damascus-allied Iranian forces of launching a rocket salvo across the frontier.
It’s understandable why Israel would want US President Donald Trump to score a tough nuclear deal with North Korea. It's less understandable they expect any kind of deal would put pressure on Iran.
Price hikes and subsidy cuts pushed thousands of Jordanians to the streets last week against the government's economic policies.
"Iran needs to leave Syria, from all of Syria."
In the interview, Assad also said he expects the war in his country to be over in "less than a year" and re-stated his aim to take back "every inch" of Syria.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in Singapore Sunday morning.
Rouhani stated that Russia and Iran fill "a very important role in the region."
When speaking to Israel, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said that if Israel will continue the occupation a great war will come.
The late founder of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Khomeini, in 1979 proclaimed the last Friday of Ramadan, the fasting month for Muslims, as al-Quds day to show solidarity with the Palestinians.
Along with thousands of young people and families, they have hit the streets in a rare wave of protests that led the prime minister to resign on Monday.
A selection of stories from the Arab press this week.
The plan, which has not been made public and could be modified, is the latest effort to end Yemen's three-year-old civil war, which has spawned one of the world's worst humanitarian crises.
There is perhaps no loaded gun on the table yet, but with these threats Iran is at least placing a gun on the table and showing off its large collection of bullets.
Both the United States and Israel have demanded that Iran should entirely withdraw from Syria, and Israel has also demanded that Hezbollah should pull out.
The monarch, often seen as a unifying figure in Jordan, appointed former World Bank economist Omar al-Razzaz on Tuesday to head a new government after Hani Mulki resigned as premier.
Tensions between Iran and the West have surged since President Donald Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran.
In the project, factories and infrastructure to aid the recovery of Gaza would be established in the Sinai peninsula, and perhaps the Strip itself.
Netanyahu wants to convince the Europeans not to walk out of the deal, but rather to accept the new reality: that the US has withdrawn, and that as a result, the playing field has shifted.