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A source close to the Syrian rebels said that Syrians in the north heard missiles fly over their locations on Sunday before explosions near Aleppo’s Nayrab Airport in the evening.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun said on Monday the US withdrawal from world powers' 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran would have negative consequences for Middle East stability.
"I don't know whether he was making a joke, but there is a greater chance that he will call Tehran and want to begin negotiations [than the other way around]."
Baghdad shuts Internet, sends US-trained elite counter-terror units to quell economic unrest.
The decades-old documents date from the time of Project Amad, the nuclear project Netanyahu referenced in April.
The Russians have a great interesting in seeing the Assad regime stable, and Israel has an interest in removing the Iranians from Syria.
Netanyahu seeks support from Trump and Putin as Israel’s ‘free hand’ in Syria approaches its end.
Iran’s border with Iraq is porous and there is little coordination between the security forces of the two countries.
The situation on the Golan, overshadowed by the sirens and rockets in the south on Saturday, is in a combustible state.
A roundup of Arab media.
Taliban suggest Saudis get behind effort “as they did against the Soviet Union”.
“We’ll see what happens when the two of them get together,” said Bolton, fresh off a trip to Moscow to finalize plans for the summit.
A number of Israeli commentators this week downplayed the significance of these revelations.
The Syrian foreign ministry called the attack a "massacre" and an act of aggression by the "illegal coalition."
There are at least two Iraqi-Shi’ite forces, the Dhu al-Fiqar Brigade and the Abu Fadl al-Abbas Brigade, being clandestinely integrated into the Syrian army to hide their identities from Israel.
The Syrian state news agency and the pro-Damascus al-Watan newspaper, in its online edition, said the U.S.-led coalition carried out the air strike.
"I wish the Israelis were here to protect these people, under the banner of the United Nations or the Israeli flag ... I do not know how, but the politicians must solve this problem."
Up to 160,000 Syrians have fled areas of fighting near Dara’a.
Ali Akbar Velayati, who is due to meet President Vladimir Putin, also took a swipe at US President Donald Trump, calling his actions "unreliable".
The death of the 11 brings the total of those killed since the beginning of the operation to at least 261 suspected militants.