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Palestinian political factions agree on general elections in 2018
Palestinian political factions have agreed to hold general elections by the end of the upcoming year following a recent unity deal between Hamas and Fatah.
Iranian president: Tehran-Moscow cooperation to help strengthen regional peace, stability
President Hassan Rouhani hailed Tehran-Moscow bilateral, regional and international cooperation in line with diplomatic settlement of crises and challenges, calling for promoting regional peace and underlining the need for bolstering all-out relations in various sectors
Prison sentence against top Bahraini activist 'shameful & unfair': Amnesty
Amnesty International has denounced the recent prison sentence handed down to prominent human rights activist and pro-democracy campaigner Nabeel Rajab as “shameful and unfair.”
Rohingya refugees emotionally drained due to violence: UN
Rohingya Muslim refugees suffer traumas that have been unheard-of for years; the violence against the persecuted community has drained them of emotion, says the UN high commissioner for refugees.
UN says 32 flights to Yemen have been canceled since Saudi tightened blockade
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, has said that a total of 32 flights to Yemen have been canceled since the regime in Riyadh ordered a tightening of the blockade of the impoverished country.
Lebanon PM tells supporters he is standing with them
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri says he will stand with his supporters after suspending his shock resignation, which he announced in Saudi Arabia earlier this month.
UK growth forecast cut by finance minister as Brexit nears
The British finance minister has slashed the country’s economic growth forecast, saying it is expected to grow more slowly than previously thought.
Iranian teenage musicians to perform in Denmark
A group of Iranian teenage musicians will perform at a music festival in Denmark later this month.
US opioid crisis cost $500 billion in 2015, higher than previously estimated
The US opioid epidemic ravaging American communities cost over $500 billion in 2015, more expensive than previously thought, according to a new analysis by the US government.
Saudi crown prince after normalizing Israel ties at expense of Palestinian issue, author says
Driven by succession plans and the failure of the aggressive policies of the Riyadh regime, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has engaged in a process of normalizing relations with Israel at the expense of the "Palestinian issue," an author says.
Trump’s blacklisting of N Korea justifies need for nukes: Pyongyang
North Korea has denounced US President Donald Trump’s decision to re-designate it as a so-called state sponsor of terror, saying the move amounts to a “serious provocation" that justifies Pyongyang’s development of nuclear weapons.
NIOC mulling Polish proposal on oilfield development
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is reviewing a proposal from a Polish company to develop Sumar oilfield in western Iran.
US says attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar is 'ethnic cleansing'
The United States has described the ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar as "ethnic cleansing", accusing the country's forces of perpetrating "horrendous atrocities" against Rohingyas.

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