Bahraini demonstrators have taken to the streets in solidarity with jailed activists and political prisoners, engaging in fierce clashes with Manama regime forces.
Bahrainis hold rally to voice solidarity with prisoners
The Syrian army has advanced deeper into the southern outskirts of the eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr, which is partially held by Daesh terrorists, pushing the Takfiri outfit further toward total defeat in the oil-rich province, a monitoring group reports.
Syrian army makes new advances on Daesh lines south of Dayr al-Zawr
Daesh killed 116 Syrian people, many summarily, in a central town in Syria retaken from the terror group by government troops over the weekend, the Syrian government and activists said Monday.
Daesh ‘massacre’ in Syrian town before army’s recapture
Iraqi Kurdish leader Massud Barzani, the driving force behind last month's secession vote, finds himself isolated at home and abroad weeks after he scored a major victory with a resounding "yes" at the polls.
Iraq's Barzani isolated by his drive for Kurdish independence
The Iraqi government dismissed a call from US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for the Popular Mobilization Units or Hashd al-Shaabi that helped Baghdad defeat Daesh to end operations in Iraq.
Iraq dismisses US call for PMU to ‘go home’
Russia has accused the US-led coalition of bombing the Syrian city of Raqqa "off the face of the Earth," in the same way the Allied powers bombed Germany's Dresden during World War II.
Russia accuses US coalition of decimating Raqqa
The Israeli regime has continued to sell advanced weaponry worth tens of millions of dollars to Myanmar even after a deadly government-sanctioned military campaign against Rohingya civilians in the Southeast Asian country came to light, an Israeli report has revealed.
Israel sold arms to Myanmar during violence against Rohingya: Israeli report
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has paid a visit to Jordan at the end of a regional tour that included Saudi Arabia.
Abadi wraps up regional tour with visit to Jordan
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he has embarked on a diplomatic shuttle to help mend fences between neighboring Persian Gulf states Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but that Riyadh has been unresponsive to his mediation bid.
In Qatar, Tillerson says Saudi Arabia not ready to talk

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