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Rescue teams have been sent to 26 affected villages.
The evacuation was kept secret and began at 9:30pm.
Iranian officials have in the past threatened to block the Strait of Hormuz, a major oil shipping route, in retaliation for any hostile US action.
According to an Iran sanctions expert, the EU may fall in line with sanctions, but Iran won’t compromise because of Asian support.
A roundup of this week's Arab media.
Comment comes two days after tape emerges of Netanyahu boasting that Israel convinced Trump to come out against deal
In exchange, the government was due to release hundreds of prisoners from its jails.
The move comes as an attempt to boost the struggling economy.
The announcement came a month after Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he had ordered agencies to prepare to increase uranium enrichment capacity if a nuclear deal falls apart.
Claims of connections between the group and Israel have begun to circulate in Turkish media. The most serious are reports that Adnan Oktar is accused of “transferring state secrets to Israel,
A resident said that dozens of missiles were fired on the heavily populated city that lies adjoining the Golan Heights.
Social media accounts and blogs with more than 5,000 followers on sites such as Twitter and Facebook will be treated as media outlets.
The two-part series, titled The Naqba, is rich with imagery from the Holocaust and from the Yishuv and interviews Israelis, Arabs and historians.
The agency, MENA, did not specifically mention the privatization program, but said: "The fund aims to contribute to sustainable economic development through management of its funds and assets."
It was not immediately clear what economic benefits a foreigner would obtain by acquiring citizenship.
The row underscores the growing strategic importance of water across the world. Water disputes have become common in South and Central Asia and elsewhere.
Hamas official Ismail Radwan urged all Palestinian “resistance groups” to coordinate their moves to “foil American-Zionist schemes.”
"We now have to assess whether there was a relationship between bread production and the origins of agriculture," Arranz-Otaegui said.
It was not immediately clear what triggered the clashes, which have become common in several places in the Gaza Strip in the past few years.
The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) confirmed on Monday that Israel has freed and deported a Turkish woman who the IDF prosecution had indicted on July 8 for smuggling funds for Hamas.