09:40 - 2015/09/05
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Has France forgot its tradition of sheltering refugees

Has France forgot its tradition of sheltering refugees


For many years, France topped the list of destinations for asylum-seekers in Europe, but by last year, it had dropped to fourth -- behind Germany, Sweden and Italy.
UAE & Bahrain lose 50 troops: Saudi-led coalition suffers deadliest day in Yemen

UAE & Bahrain lose 50 troops: Saudi-led coalition suffers deadliest day in Yemen


LHVnews: After Houthis reportedly fired a rocket into weapons warehouse at a military camp, In its deadliest battle incident ever, United Arab Emirates forces have lost at least 45 soldiers fighting among the Saudi-led coalition engaged in Yemen.
Washington red carpets for Saudi king

Washington red carpets for Saudi king


The king of Saudi Arabia is visiting Washington in style, but the substance of his talks will focus on the Iran nuclear deal and the bloody wars in Syria and Yemen. Riyadh expects more US support for its interventions, but may have to settle for weapons.
Nuclear deal leaves 'effective military option' for Iran: Ashton Carter

Nuclear deal leaves 'effective military option' for Iran: Ashton Carter


Pentagon chief says Iran’ nuclear accord with the P5+1 group of countries will leave Washington with a “more effective” military option if it's required.
Two bombings in Syria's Suwayda killed 8 and injure 22 others

Two bombings in Syria's Suwayda killed 8 and injure 22 others


Twin bomb attacks have killed at least eight people and injured more than a dozen in Syria’s southwestern city of Suwayda, police sources say.
Muslim Organization within the US Asks Obama to Help The Syrian Refugees

Muslim Organization within the US Asks Obama to Help The Syrian Refugees


American Muslims for Palestine National Media and Communications Director Kristin Szremski said that Barack Obama should help Muslim refugees from Syria to continue their life in US.
17 Palestinians in West Bank ِDetained by Israeli Army

17 Palestinians in West Bank ِDetained by Israeli Army


WEST BANK, August 27, 2015 (WAFA) – At least 17 Palestinians were detained on Thursday by the Israeli army or police during predawn raids across the West Bank and Jerusalem, according to local and security sources.
World must take action against Israeli settlements: Academic

World must take action against Israeli settlements: Academic


Press TV has conducted an interview with Saeed Nimer, professor of political science at Birzeit University in Ramallah, about Israel pressing ahead with its demolition plans in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Assad want to to Share Country's Power With a 'Healthy Opposition': Putin said

Assad want to to Share Country's Power With a 'Healthy Opposition': Putin said


While the American administration continues its cooperation with the Takfiri terrorist groups in Syria, aimed at overthrow the Assad government, Bashar al-Assad is taking the advices of his Russian and Iranian friends to end the longtime crisis in Syria thought diplomacy. Speaking to journalists in Vladivostok, President Putin said Assad is willing to hold snap parliamentary elections and share power with the “healthy opposition”.
Putin: EU refugee crisis ‘absolutely expected’

Putin: EU refugee crisis ‘absolutely expected’


LHVnews: Vladimir Putin the President of Russia said, His country has frequently warned of major problems which Europe would face as a result of Western policies in the Middle East and North Africa and jihadist groups terrorizing people, so the current refugee crisis in the EU doesn’t come as a surprise.

Snowden: Clinton ‘endangered national security’ by deploying private email server


National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden said that Clinton’s claims to the contrary “is completely ridiculous. Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state jeopardized national security secrets he said.

Farmers unleash tractors onto Paris streets


Seeking major changes from President Francois Hollande on multiple levels, French farmers have taken to the streets in and around Paris from across the country on foot or on board hundreds of slow-moving tractors, Press TV reports.
Egypt court has issued 25 life sentences against the supporters of Mohamed Morsi

Egypt court has issued 25 life sentences against the supporters of Mohamed Morsi


An Egyptian criminal court has sentenced 25 more alleged supporters of the former President Mohamed Morsi to life imprisonment, and 94 others to 10- to 15-year jail terms.
HRW raps 'longstanding' rights abuses in Saudi Arabia

HRW raps 'longstanding' rights abuses in Saudi Arabia


Human Rights Watch (HRW) has lashed out at Saudi Arabia for its failure to improve its human rights record over the last seven months under Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud as the Riyadh regime’s ruler.
Iran held talks with P5+1 for removal of sanctions, why negotiating if it they will maintain the sanction stracture? : Iran's Supreme Leader Imam Khamenei

Iran held talks with P5+1 for removal of sanctions, why negotiating if it they will maintain the sanction stracture? : Iran's Supreme Leader Imam Khamenei


Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says Iran did held nuclear talks with the P5+1 countries because we wanted to remove the anti-Iranian sanctions, and that there would be no deal if the bans remain in their place.
$500K for Clinton's Unseen Emails; Hacker claims

$500K for Clinton's Unseen Emails; Hacker claims


Hacker Claims to Have Trove of Hillary Clinton’s Unreleased Private Emails That Would Kill Her Presidential Bid If They ‘Got Out’
50,000 Iran's Basij  taking part in drill to safeguard national security(Picture)

50,000 Iran's Basij taking part in drill to safeguard national security(Picture)


LHVnews: Some 50,000 members of the largely volunteer force were taking part in the drill, which was intended to “prove the security forces’ ability to safeguard national security,” Basij spokesman General Nasser Shabani told Iranian media.
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13:27 - 2015/08/18
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From Wahhabism to ISIS: Saudi Arabia the main source of global terrorism

LHVnews: Although IS is certainly an Islamic movement, it is not typical now or in the distant past, because its roots are in Wahhabism, a form of Islam practised in Saudi Arabia that developed in the 18th century.
12:39 - 2015/08/09
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US includes Gazprom's field on sanctions list, Kremlin disapproves

LHVnews: The US has implemented industry sector sanctions on Russia’s Yuzhno-Kirinskoye Field, developed by Gazprom. The statement said that the field "is reported to contain substantial reserves of oil in addition to reserves of gas."
10:51 - 2015/07/27
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US role in creating ISIS is undeniable

Imed Eddin Hamrouni, an political scientist expert said US role in creating ISIS is undeniable
12:12 - 2015/07/25
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The future of EU and Greek crisis

The failure to solve the Greek problem ends in Eurozone collapse.
10:38 - 2015/07/17
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Saudi warplanes bombarded a Yemeni civilians

On Friday, at least three members of a family were killed in a Saudi airstrike on a house in the northwestern Yemeni province of Sa’ada.
12:07 - 2015/07/02
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BBC rejects MPs demand to stop using Islamic State to refer to the terrorist group

The director general of the BBC, Tony Hall, has rejected demands from a cross-party group of MPs, including Boris Johnson and Alex Salmond, to stop the broadcaster using the term “Islamic State” to refer to the terrorist group.
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