One of the leaders of Iraq's Fatah (Conquest) Alliance has blasted foreign-linked irregularities and fraudulence in the country’s parliamentary elections, warning that the results have to be annulled and new elections held if demands of the public are not fulfilled.
The Yemeni Foreign Ministry has denounced the UN Security Council’s pro-Riyadh statement for ignoring the Saudi war crimes against the Yemeni people.
Lebanon’s military court has summoned Samir Geagea, the leader of the Christian Lebanese Forces (LF) political party, over the killing of seven Shia Muslims in Beirut during last week’s violence.
Extremist Israeli settlers have attacked Palestinian-owned farming lands in the central part of the occupied West Bank, and uprooted more than 300 olive trees at the peak of olive harvest season.
Syria says terror attacks like the deadly bombing that recently targeted a military bus in Damascus will not stop its fight against terrorism, calling on the international community and the United Nations to condemn the bloodshed and take action against the countries sponsoring terrorism.
At least one person has been killed and three others wounded when Saudi fighter jets struck pharmaceutical warehouses in Yemen’s capital province of Sana’a.
Hezbollah has never been a tool used against the Lebanese people, says a top official, stressing that the resistance group keeps the specter of war away from the Mediterranean country.
Apparently worried by the Yemeni army’s rapid gains in the battle to liberate the strategic city of Ma’rib, the UN Security Council has called for an urgent ceasefire across Yemen and an end to the army’s advances toward the last stronghold of Saudi-backed mercenaries.
Unidentified drones reportedly carry out a set of attacks against a controversial military base belonging to the US-led coalition occupying Syria.