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World powers have expressed concern about a US withdrawal from Syria.
Rouhani: Some countries, including America, support terrorist groups like Islamic State in Syria.
With the PKK gone, it is unclear what comes next. Threats of a Turkish campaign may be reduced, but the presence of Shi’ite militias and the uncertainty looming over the Yazidis does not bode well.
All indications suggest that for Turkey, the recent battles were only a phase in a larger process. So where might Turkey turn next? And what is the goal of the Turkish campaign?
Increased tension between Riyadh and Tehran has fueled speculation that shared interests may push Saudi Arabia and Israel to work together against what they see as a common Iranian threat.
"I believe the Palestinians and the Israelis have the right to have their own land. But we have to have a peace agreement to assure the stability for everyone and to have normal relations."
The election featured only one other candidate - himself an ardent Sisi supporter - after all serious opposition contenders halted their campaigns in January.
Five scenarios that could develop in the coming year.
"We will not relinquish our land and our home and the soil we grew up on. We will stay here until we return."
And he was not even on the ballot.
Bin Salman remarked that without US presence, Iran would gain a greater foothold in the region, establishing a 'Shi'ite Crescent.'
"We'll be coming out of Syria very soon," Donald Trump told Ohio union traders. "Let the other people take care of it now."
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The split with France is the latest rift between Turkey under Erdogan and its NATO allies in the West.
Sisi ran virtually unchallenged after various credible candidates were arrested or bowed out under pressure.
Two IAF F-35 Adir fighter jets entered Iranian airspace undetected, according to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida.
Critics say the contest recalled the kind of vote that kept Arab autocrats in power for decades before the 2011 Arab Spring.
The protests have highlighted an issue that played a role in earlier unrest and the authorities have cracked down, while recognizing the need for change.
Trump has given London, Paris and Berlin until May 12 to offer concrete “fixes” to the accord
The Trump administration has given European powers a May 12 deadline to engage in a conversation over “fixing” the nuclear accord.