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Turkey has mentioned the mysterious S-500 system before.
Network takes down AJ+ Arabic content after Friday video questioned number of Jews killed in the Holocaust and claimed Jewish organizations seek to manipulate suffering to gain attention.
Speaking to several Hezbollah officials, The Washington Post revealed how the Lebanese terrorist group has been forced to make cuts.
The invitation comes after four commercial vessels were sabotaged off the coast of the UAE and Houthi militias used explosive-laden drones to attack two oil pumping stations in Saudi Arabia.
The “moderate” and “hardliner” narrative was trotted out by the Iranian regime and its explainers abroad while much stayed the same at home in Iran
Following the re-imposition of US sanctions, a senior Iranian maritime official said Iran had adopted new tactics and new destinations in shipping its oil exports.
The United States has increased its forces in the Middle East, including aircraft carriers, B52 bombers and Patriot missiles, in response to intelligence information.
“Kingdom will pay heavy price whether it accepts or rejects deal of the century."
Several loud explosions heard in the Syrian capital as regime air defenses activated against strike.
The strict warning comes a few days after an Iranian British Council Member Aras Amri was reportedly sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly spying on Iran for the British government.
On Friday, a defiant Iran said it could "easily" hit U.S. ships.
The mother of three, identified as Theresa Virginia, had been reported missing in 2012 when she had traveled to Iran to visit her Iranian husband's family, the newspaper said.
Blaming Israel for US tensions with Iran has a long history in US foreign policy circles.
"UAE authorities are trying to find a fine balance because this a business hub. You don't want to prick the bubble."
Britain has had a long relationship with Hezbollah and has disengaged from it only slowly.
So what changed for Iran between March 21 and last week that brought it to up the ante with the US and impose its own deadline?
A former Egyptian president has revealed to a Kuwaiti journalist that Abdel Nasser’s son-in-law was not a Mossad spy, but had given false information to Israeli intelligence.
Tensions have escalated in recent days with increasing concerns about a potential US-Iran conflict.
“It wasn’t quite a call to arms, but it wasn’t far off,” the source told to the Guardian.
This column has three dos and don’ts to suggest, as the White House considers attacking Iran.