The Syrian army has taken control of a strategic hill that overlooks the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, as Damascus government forces score fresh gains against remnants of terrorist groups in the country’s troubled southwest.
Syrian army captures strategic hill overlooking Israeli-occupied Golan Heights
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The Syrian Army has taken control of a strategic hill that overlooks the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, state television said on Monday.
Syrian Army ‘captures strategic hill’
The United States wants to avoid disrupting global oil markets as it reimposes sanctions against Tehran and in certain cases will consider waivers for countries which need more time to wind down their oil imports from Iran, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
US says will consider some waivers on Iran sanctions
Protests in Iraq continued into their second week Monday following days of clashes that left six people dead, with demonstrators rallying to put social problems in the spotlight.
Iraq protests run into second week
At least two protesters have lost their lives as demonstrators clashed with security forces in Iraq’s southern province of Muthanna, amid escalating unrest in the crisis-hit Arab country’s southern cities over poor public services and claimed widespread corruption.
Two more protesters dead in rallies over economic woes in southern Iraq
Israel’s so-called High Court of Justice has upheld a decision to release a suspect in a 2015 arson attack that took the lives of a Palestinian couple and their infant son to be released from prison and moved to house arrest.
Israeli settler Israeli settler involved in Dawabsheh family arson attack freed to house arrest
An unidentified hacker has tried to sell stolen secrets about US Air Force drones on the Dark Web, a cybersecurity company says.
Hacked US drone data up for sale on Dark Web
In Syria, militants and their relatives have begun leaving the southern city of Dara'a, in the wake of a surrender deal with the government to evacuate the region.
Syria militants begin leaving Dara'a under surrender deal
The Turkish government’s plan to purchase the Russian S-400 systems would give the advanced air defense shield, used by “known foes” of NATO, deep insight into the US radar-evading F-35 fighter jets arriving in increasing numbers in Europe, the top American Air Force general in Europe warns.
US general says Turkish plan to buy Russian S-400 air shield systems risk for NATO

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