A US-backed militia group in northern Syria says American forces plan to remain in the Arab state “for decades to come” after the fall of Daesh, adding that Washington is not providing support to anti-Damascus militants “for free.”
US plans decades-long military presence in northern Syria: Militia group
Israel reportedly plans to set up a new settlement in the northern Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank.
Israel plans to build new settlement in Jordan Valley: Report
The Iraqi Parliament has decided to end its questioning of acting Trade Minister Salman al-Jumali over corruption in relation to a deal to import rice from India.
Iraqi parliament ends trade minister’s grilling over alleged corruption
Damascus has urged the United Nations to take on its responsibilities concerning the establishment of international peace and security to put an end to the crimes against Syrians by the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
Syria calls on UN Security Council to stop US-led crimes against civilians
The United Nations has expressed serious concerns over the humanitarian condition in Syria’s northern city of Raqqah, describing the territory still controlled by the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group as “the worst place” in the conflict-plagued Arab country.
Daesh-held Raqqah worst place in Syria, United Nations says
Israeli forces flattened a house near the city of Ramallah in the West Bank, which belonged to a Palestinian youth accused of being behind a deadly stabbing attack against the regime’s settlers.
Israel razes house of Palestinian in West Bank village
The Lebanese military managed to wrest control of several areas near the Syrian border in its latest push against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group operating in the region.
Lebanese Army makes gains against Daesh on Syrian border
Restoring the trust among the Persian Gulf Arab states needs much time, a Qatari Minister has said, referring to the recent crisis that led to some of the Arab states' cutting ties with Doha.
Qatar: Mistrust prevails Persian Gulf Arab states
Deputy foreign ministers of Iran and Turkey mulled over bilateral and regional issues in the wake of a visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to Iran.
Turkish president to visit Iran
Saudi Arabia plans to open the Arar border crossing with Iraq for the first time since 1990, according to Saudi local news media and officials.
Saudi Arabia to reopen border with Iraq after 27 years

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