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Residents of Syria’s once-thriving trading hub Aleppo are today trying to continue their lives among debris and ruins after six years of war.
Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas agree at a meeting in Qatar to name Palestinian President Abbas as head of an interim government that would prepare for presidential and parliamentary elections for Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip and West Bank, which is ruled by Fatah. The deal doesn’t specify when the elections will be held
1 Comment(s) 2/7/2012
The wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has broken an 11-month silence with a letter supporting her husband, as Syrian forces bombard the citizens of Homs, daily Telegraph has reported.
TEHRAN - The Associated Press
Iran's semiofficial Mehr news agency says authorities have arrested ...
The deployment of the Syrian Army near the Turkish border and extremely cold weather in the region has practically halted Syrian refugee migration to Turkey, Turkish Foreign Ministry sources told the Hürriyet Daily News yesterday.
Iraq’s Shiite-led government wants to bring charges against a member of the Sunni-backed bloc, a lawmaker said yesterday, the latest step in a political crisis that erupted just after the United States completed its military withdrawal from the violence-wracked nation.
DOHA - Agence France-Presse
Rival Palestinian factions have agreed to name president Mahmoud Abbas as head of an interim government that will oversee preparations for presidential and legislative elections, a Palestinian official said today.
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
More than 10 Syrian opposition Kurdish parties have called for the establishment of a “Kurdish federal state” in Syria
BAGHDAD / SULAIMANIYAH
President Jalal Talabani’s tribe has called for Iraq’s fugitive vice president to be handed over to the Baghdad government to face trial, a member of the tribe said Feb. 4.
An Iranian government-affiliated agency has banned dolls ...
1 Comment(s) 2/6/2012
MUNICH / TEHRAN
A day after U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta’s latest NATO missile shield remarks, a senior Iranian military commander said Iran will attack any country whose territory is used by “enemies” of the Islamic state to launch a military strike against its soil.