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Report: Trump, Putin, Agree to Push Iran Out of Syria

The Russian leader said getting Iran out "would be difficult," but agreed in principle that it must be accomplished, sooner or later.

Israeli Ship Refused Safe Harbor in Tunisia

Boycott organizations threatened to block the port of the North-African country, forcing the Zim owned ship to turn around.

Egyptian Spymaster in Tel Aviv to Negotiate ‘Semi-Final’ Gaza Deal

A source close to the delegations told Al Hayat that the truce agreement would be announced on Friday in the presence of all the terror factions in Cairo.

Belgian Citizen Arrested at Jordanian Border, Said to Be Member of PFLP, Has Ties...

In 2015, the suspect traveled to Lebanon where he received military training with Hezbollah.

Doctors Beyond Borders: Israel’s Secret Fight to Save Syrian Lives

On February 16th, 2013, an IDF squad was carrying out a routine patrol on the Syrian border, when suddenly the patrol commander noticed something very strange...

Lebanese Troops Approach Border, IDF Throws Smoke Grenades

IDF troops spotted a group of suspects who approached the border fence.

Turkey May Lose $1.5 Billion Sale to Pakistan Due to Trump’s Sanctions

The problem is related to the US-made parts for which Turkish Aerospace Industries would need US export licenses in order to carry out the deal.

Report: Israel Advised Egypt is Best Option for Gas Exports to Europe

Israel was advised not to export natural gas through Turkey, which was labeled a "dangerous and volatile" player in the region.

Hezbollah’s Nasrallah: ‘We’re Now Stronger Than IDF’

"Since 2007 the Israelis have threatened to go to war, but at the same time Hezbollah has become immensely stronger."

Trump Suspends Sale of F-35s to Turkey

In July, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis wrote the Senate recommending that it not remove Turkey from the F-35 program in which it has participated since 1999.

UN Report: ISIS Still Commands 30,000 Fighters, Many Near Israel’s Border

Only two weeks ago, the IDF attacked and destroyed a squad of seven ISIS soldiers who crossed into the Golan Heights from Syria.

Putin, Rouhani, Held Talks on Trump’s Sanctions

A Kremlin Spokesman said Putin and Rouhani discussed Washington’s actions on the global scene, the situation in Syria, and bilateral agreements on the sidelines of the Caspian Summit.

A Beleaguered Erdogan Threatens to Pull Out of NATO

Turkey has already made its commitment to its NATO membership ambiguous.

Iran Test-Fires Short-Range Ballistic Missile

The test was carried out in the Strait of Hormuz last week, according to U.S. military officials.

Russian Military Police to Man 8 Permanent Posts near Israel-Syria Border

"They will serve as a security guarantee for civilians of the Quneitra district."

Turkey to Launch Own Space Agency

The Space Group Command of the Turkish Air Force, which is also in the design stage, will operate the spaceport when it is completed.

US Sanctions Renewal May Disrupt Tehran’s Annual Terror Support Budget

"The JCPOA brought billions of dollars to the regime, which used that money ... for terrorism and subversion all across the Middle East."

Liberman: Syria Undergoing Military Buildup

The Syrian army is not satisfied only with taking control of all the Syrian territory, but is building a new, large-scale armored corps.

Hezbollah Gaining Integrated Combat Experience in Yemen

Hezbollah are piloting the drones and aiming the missiles being used against the Saudi-led forces.

Israeli Chess Prodigy To Be Allowed To Compete In Tunisia Tourney

Players from all countries are welcome, without exception, the Tunisian Chess Federation said.

Report on Eliminated Top Syrian Scientist: It Was Mossad

The Times report suggested that Israeli has been launching fierce attacks against Iranian and Hezbollah forces in Syria because it fears that, once the civil war is over, those forces would turn against Israel.

Not Bluffing: US Sanctions Snap Back on Iran

"The United States is fully committed to enforcing all of our sanctions, and we will work ... to ensure complete compliance."

Monday the President Renews Iran Sanctions

Hinting at the outcome many in the world desire, namely regime change in the Islamic Republic, the Secretary of State said, “This is just about Iranians’ dissatisfaction with their own government."

Egypt’s Dolphinus to Begin Gas Re-Exports from Israel in 2019

Egypt was the one who exported gas to Israel; this deal has raised some controversy among the Cairo's business people.

Iran Regime Blocks Internet, Cuts Phone Lines to Stop Protests

Iran is once again coming under severe economic stress due to the resumption of sanctions by the US.

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