18:26 - 2015/03/01
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Iraqi popular forces shot down the US Army helicopter

Iraqi popular forces shot down the US Army helicopter


The Iraqi popular forces who shot down a US helicopter carrying weapons for the ISIL forces in Al-Baqdadi region released the photos of the shot down chopper through the Internet.
Iraqi military force purge western town of Baghdadi of the ISIL Takfiri terrorists

Iraqi military force purge western town of Baghdadi of the ISIL Takfiri terrorists


Iraq’s Defense Ministry says the military, with the support of volunteer forces and pro-government tribes, has managed to fully purge the western town of Baghdadi of the ISIL Takfiri terrorists.
Egyptian counter-terror operations in North Sinai kill 16 ISIS terrorist

Egyptian counter-terror operations in North Sinai kill 16 ISIS terrorist


The Egyptian security forces have killed 28 Takfiri terrorists and arrested 16 others following large-scale operations in North Sinai.
Israel asked the US Congress for an extra $317 for it missile defense programs

Israel asked the US Congress for an extra $317 for it missile defense programs


Israel reportedly bypassed the White House and asked the US Congress for an extra $317 million to be added to President Barack Obama's budget for the next fiscal year in order to fund Israeli missile defense programs, Bloomberg reported.
Kurdish fighters seized key stronghold of ISIS militants in Iraq

Kurdish fighters seized key stronghold of ISIS militants in Iraq


Kurdish fighters Friday fought their way into a northeastern Syrian town that was a key stronghold of Islamic State militants, only days after the group abducted dozens of Christians in the volatile region, activists and Kurdish officials said.
Iraqi prime lashed out at ISIL for destroying antiquities

Iraqi prime lashed out at ISIL for destroying antiquities


Iraqi prime minister on Saturday lashed out at ISIL terrorists for destroying priceless antiquities from the Northern Iraqi city of Mosul, vowing to prevent the terrorists from smuggling them to market.
Egyptian court alleged Hamas to carried out terrorist attacks in Egypt

Egyptian court alleged Hamas to carried out terrorist attacks in Egypt


An Egyptian court has declared the Palestinian movement Hamas a terrorist organization. The group, an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, called the decision “shocking and dangerous,” saying it shows that Egypt is "serving the Israeli enemy."
Zarif: Tehran and P5 are at a sensitive stage in their nuclear talks

Zarif: Tehran and P5 are at a sensitive stage in their nuclear talks


Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that Tehran and the six world powers (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) have made progress and are at a sensitive stage in their nuclear talks, but the issue of sanctions has become a stumbling block.
Tehran support for democratic transition of political power in Yemen

Tehran support for democratic transition of political power in Yemen


Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian voiced Tehran's full support for the peaceful and democratic transition of political power in Yemen.
ISIS attack city of Samara

ISIS attack city of Samara


Islamic State suicide bombers and fighters struck targets on Saturday in the northern Iraqi city of Samarra
13 ISIL militants killed in Iraq’s force operation to regained control of al-Baghdadi

13 ISIL militants killed in Iraq’s force operation to regained control of al-Baghdadi


Iraqi security forces regained control of al-Baghdadi district from ISIL terrorists in the Western province of Anbar on Friday, a military official said.
Mexico police boost to battered by gang violence

Mexico police boost to battered by gang violence


Mexico has captured the most-wanted drug lord in the country, Servando "La Tuta" Gomez, head of the Knights Templar cartel, police said on Friday, delivering a boost to a government battered by gang violence
Closed-door UN Security Council meeting on the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

Closed-door UN Security Council meeting on the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine


The US and UK are attempting to change the OSCE’s existing mandate in Ukraine, according to Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitality Churkin. His comments came after a closed-door UN Security Council meeting on the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine.
West no right to  interfere in Iran's internal affairs

West no right to interfere in Iran's internal affairs


Tehran's Provisional Friday Prayers leader Hojjatoleslam Kazzem Seddiqi said that west have no right to interfere in Iran's internal affairs.
Leader: Islamic Revolution stand against oppressors

Leader: Islamic Revolution stand against oppressors


Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei underlined that Islamic Revolution is now standing against the oppressors
Iran not tolerate the presence of foreigners in Persian Gulf

Iran not tolerate the presence of foreigners in Persian Gulf


Iran’s Defense Minister said Iran not tolerate the presence of foreigners in Persian Gulf
Iran and the IAEA are cooperating at a good level

Iran and the IAEA are cooperating at a good level


Iran's permanent UN mission in New York dismissed as "baseless" and "fake" the recent claim that was raised by the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as MEK, NCRI and PMOI) and appeared on a US daily about Iran's nuclear program.
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12:18 - 2015/03/01
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Rwandan president claims 'no problem with France'

Rwanda has “no particular problem with France”, the country’s President Paul Kagame said in an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24 Friday, despite a long-running dispute over Paris’s alleged role in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
12:10 - 2015/02/25
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US warning against ISIL social media supporters is red herring: Analyst

The US threats to imprison those who support ISIL on social media is nothing more than “red herring” as American spy agencies are well aware of the terrorist group’s activities, says a former American intelligence linguist.
11:50 - 2015/02/24
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McCain power shows Obama hypocrisy: Analyst

A geopolitical analyst in Europe says the power and influence which Republican Senator John McCain is exercising shows hypocrisy of US President Barack Obama.
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