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Slightly less than half of Iraq’s eligible voters turned out to vote in the first elections since ISIS was defeated in the country.
Satellite mages show complete destruction of one structure, abandonment of another
Iran's Assembly of Experts blasts US withdrawal from 2015 accord.
The Syrian government has to learn that it will pay a price, the former Likud minister said.
Regional countries split along Sunni-Shi'ite lines, raising the specter of a wider confrontation should Iran get the bomb.
The Iranian President said that US withdrawal from the accord was a "violation of morals."
The problem for Tehran is that it cannot risk a major conflict with Israel.
Despite Future's losses, Hariri is still the frontrunner to form the next government, as the Sunni Muslim leader with the biggest bloc in parliament.
The biggest losers were the Future Movement of Prime Minister Sa’ad Hariri.
This election is important to cleanse the stain of ISIS on the country.
After Hezbollah gains in recent Lebanese elections, Israel should raise the stakes and declare war on Lebanon in case of Hezbollah aggression - Oren claims.
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Iraq struggled to find a formula for stability since a U.S.-led invasion toppled dictator Saddam Hussein in 2003.
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“I’m particularly worried about today and the coming days with the US embassy move to Jerusalem," said UN Special Coordinator to the Middle East Peace Process Nickolay Mladenov.
"America cannot do a damn thing. They have always been after the toppling of Iran's regime and this exit is in line with that aim," Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami said.
Defense Minister Liberman warned against being too exuberant over Thursday morning's successful mission.
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The message was unusual for an Arab leader in its blunt defense of Israel.
Israel has made repeated efforts to persuade Moscow not to sell the S-300s to Syria, as it fears this would hinder its aerial capabilities against arms shipments.