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Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei appointed on Friday Brigadier General Ghaani as the successor of Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s major general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, after being killed by an American drone strike.
World leaders call for de-escalation and self-restraint
Australia has a long history of bushfires, which are a common occurrence there since the “Black Thursday Bushfires” in 1851.
However, protesters started to withdraw from the embassy after calls from the PMF asking them to leave the area and away from the embassy out of respect for the Iraqi government’s orders.
Turkey announced it would send troops to Libya to support GNA, Egypt opposes
The raids were initiated in the capital Ankara to capture 50 foreign nationals over alleged ties to the Islamic State (IS) militant group, the agency said.
More than 760,000 voters in the West African country are expected to cast their ballots in 3,139 polling stations in the runoff, which began at 7 a.m. local time (0700 GMT).
Burkina Faso faces a declining security situation in the northern regions as frequent militant attacks sparked a wave of panic in the country.
Al-Sisi asserts Egypt’s support for Libya’s LAAF
The Turkish president noted that his country’s goal in the Mediterranean “is not to seize the right of anyone, but rather to prevent others from seizing our right.”
A 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit Albania and killed more than 51 people
The order was issued in a meeting with Khamenei’s top security and government officials, according to a report published by Reuters.
Opponents say the law discriminates against Muslims, undermines secular constitution
The move is believed to increase tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean
Al-Sisi, Trump, Merkel, Modi, congratulates Johnson, Cameron declares “end of Corbynism”
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Both the US and the Taliban outfit were close to signing a peace deal in September, but President Donald Trump suspended negotiations after a Taliban-led car bomb claimed 10 lives, including a U.S. soldier in Kabul on 5 September.
The FBI has identified the shooter as Mohammed Alshamrani, 21, a second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force who was on the base for flight training.
Ankara warns to block NATO’s defence plan for the Baltic over Syria offensive
Grossi, 58, will serve a term of four years starting from Dec. 3, succeeding Yukiya Amano, a Japanese diplomat who had held the position since 2009, and died in July well before the end of his third four-year term.
Egypt’s Observatory of Monitoring Takfiri Fatwas, Dar Al-Iftaa condemned the terrorist attack
Of the 113 female victims, 96% were wearing headscarves, study showed
Pompeo urged Iranians on Thursday to send photos and other information documenting repression amid ongoing protests
Iranian government claims situation has settled down, while more casualties and arrests are reported
Three members of the Iranian security forces have been killed by protestors in Tehran province late Monday
White House voiced support ‘to the peaceful protests against the regime’
The country’s top three authorities made their decision based on careful studies and therefore must be implemented, says Khamenei
According to an officer who declined to be named, the militants launched an attack in Adayga village and there was an exchange of fire between the army and the militants.
Over the last week, Turkish interior minister Suleyman Soylu has several times harshly criticized European countries for inaction, vowing to repatriate IS militants, even if their citizenship has been revoked.
“It is in the middle of the political season, so I will see if I can do it, but I would love to go if I could,” Trump said.