Turkish warplanes struck pro-Syrian government forces in the northwestern Afrin region of Syria on Saturday, killing at least 36, as Turkey’s assault in the Kurdish region gathered pace, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Monitor: Turkish warplanes kill dozens of pro-Syrian government forces in Afrin
Turkey's air force hit two positions of pro-government Syrian fighters deployed last week in the Kurdish enclave of Afrin, killing and wounding a number of fighters in an escalation of violence in a region where Turkey has been on the offensive for more than a month, Syrian activists said Friday.
Turkish airstrike kills pro-government forces in north Syria
Israeli police arrived on Friday at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s home where media reports said they were to question him for an eighth time over allegations of fraud and bribery.
Israeli police question Netanyahu for eighth time over fraud, bribery allegations
A Turkish court on Thursday handed the MP niece of the jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), Abdullah Ocalan, a two-and-a-half-year jail term on charges of terror propaganda.
Turkish court jails MP niece of PKK leader Ocalan
The Iraqi parliament has demanded that the central government in Baghdad set a timeline for the withdrawal of foreign troops, led by those of the US, from the Arab country after their purported fight against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group practically came to an end following the demise of the terror outfit two months ago.
Iraqi lawmakers call on Baghdad to set timetable for withdrawal of foreign troops
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said a recent resolution against Tehran drafted by the UK in the United Nations Security Council is an attempt to cover up Washington and London’s roles in Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen.
Zarif: Failed UNSC resolution attempt to hide US, UK complicity in Yemen war
Russia said on Wednesday that terrorists in Syria’s besieged enclave of Eastern Ghouta were blocking aid and the evacuation of people who want to leave, despite Moscow’s announcement of a humanitarian corridor.
Lavrov: Terrorists blocking aid, evacuations in Syria's Ghouta
An American legislator has expressed concern over the Donald Trump administration's efforts to sign a nuclear cooperation accord with Saudi Arabia, which is preparing to build its first reactors.
US lawmaker concerned over nuclear overtures to Saudi
Syrian media have released new footage showing Israeli-made weapons discovered by government troops in areas newly liberated from Daesh terrorists in the eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Syrian army discovers Israeli weapons in Daesh hideouts
Turkey’s alleged torture of prisoners has alarmed the United Nations as an official says Ankara is failing to respond to allegations of ill-treatment of prisoners.
UN concerned by Turkey’s alleged torture of dissidents

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