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"Thank God I am leaving the hospital in good health and I will return to work tomorrow," the 82-year-old leader said.
A Syrian opposition site reports that the Syrian air force forbade Iranian-backed Shi’ite factions from storing ammunition in its bases.
The stand-off between arch-foes may ultimately be decided by a third party: Russia.
Major powers are scrambling to save Iran's nuclear deal after the United States pulled out.
Islam's holy month of Ramadan drives business in the West Bank city of Hebron, as more people go shopping in the Old City market.
Whether Iraq gets Sadr’s brand of nationalism or Amiri’s brand of Tehran hegemony, Iraq has beguiled US policymakers again.
The 82-year-old leader had been expected to be released from hospital in the West Bank on Sunday, but this was postponed.
"To protect the safety of consumers in the State of Qatar and to combat improper trafficking of goods, the government issued a directive to find new suppliers of the variety of goods impacted."
After living under ISIS's strict rule and then the war to retake the city, young women feel as though they have been liberated.
The Moria camp on Lesbos has been the center of brawls before between refugees who are stuffed into a facility of 7,000 inhabitants that has been operating at 300% of capacity for months.
Kurdish politics has been in disarray since the independence referendum last September.
Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman is “deeply offended” by the German government and froze new business with the Federal Republic, wrote Der Spiegel.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo threatened Iran on Monday with "the strongest sanctions in history" if it did not change its behavior in the Middle East.
In a speech given to mark the 2000 Israeli withdrawal from South Lebanon Hezbollah leader Nasrallah boasted that "Israel always threatens."
The new coalition government is expected to reflect the enhanced political position of the Iran-backed Shi'ite group Hezbollah.
The lasting effects of anti-Israel rhetoric and discussion of “Jews” by politicians lead to increasing antisemitism online.
The release comes a month before the lifting of the ban on women driving in the kingdom.
After meeting with France's Macron, Russia's president warned of "lamentable consequences" if deal abandoned.
Bad management, corruption and a failure of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action to generate expected levels of foreign investment compound the problem.
SANA earlier reported sounds of explosions heard near the Dabaa airport near the city of Homs.