The Syrian Army advanced against terrorists in western Syria near Hama on Sunday, building on recent strategic gains in the area, a military source and a monitoring group said.
Syrian Army gains ground against terrorists north of Hama
Heavy two-way traffic of carts carrying children, clothes, and the elderly crowded the main Baghdad-Mosul road on Sunday as hundreds of Iraqis fled heavy fighting or made their way back to areas liberated from the Daesh terrorist group.
Hundreds flee Mosul fighting as others return to liberated areas
Masked Israeli settlers have attacked a group of Palestinian shepherds and activists in the Jordan valley.
Masked Israeli settlers attack group of activists, Palestinian shepherds
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's refusal to step down despite being a suspect in criminal investigations is a testimony to the problematic “political culture” in Israel, a former minister says.
Scandals part of 'political culture' in Israel: Ya'alon
The British defense secretary has praised a notorious missile manufacturer, which is known for weapon sales to Libya’s former assassinated ruler Muammar Gaddafi and the Saudi Kingdom, which has been engaged in a military aggression against Yemen for more than two years.
UK hails arms supplier of Gaddafi, Saudi Arabia
A senior Russian official says Moscow would not hesitate to supply the Damascus government with the air defense missile systems it needs to protect war-ravaged Syria against any future foreign military aggression once a bilateral agreement is struck.
Russia prepared to provide Syria with air defense missile systems: Official
Iraqi government forces have managed to liberate another neighborhood in Mosul from the clutches of the Daesh Takfiri terrorists as they are engaged in joint operations with allied fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units to push the extremists out of their last urban stronghold in the country.
Iraqi forces liberate another western Mosul neighborhood from Daesh
Pushing carts loaded with bags, babies and the elderly, hundreds of people left Mosul on Saturday after Iraqi forces retook two more districts in the west of the city from the Daesh terror group.
Iraqi forces retake two more Mosul districts
Iran and Georgia signed several agreements to further bolster cooperation in different fields during a visit by Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili to Tehran.
Iran, Georgia ink MoUs to boost cooperation
Iran’s top security official said the Islamic Republic is not willing to negotiate Middle East issues with the United States, stressing that Washington cannot act as “judge, jury and executioner” in the troubled region.
Shamkhani: Iran not willing to negotiate Mideast with US

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