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Terror backers use chemical attack claims to block Syria army gains: Ja’afari

 Damascus says the accusations leveled by the US and its allies against the Syrian government regarding the use of chemical weapons in the Eastern Ghouta ... Full story

UK must regard Saudi Arabia as dominant force in region: Minister

The Saudi energy minister, who is accompanying the crown prince on a controversial visit to London, says the UK should regard the kingdom as the ... Full story

Saudi Arabia, Britain must promote moderate Islam together, says crown prince

 Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman said he believes that Britain and Saudi Arabia would be much safer if their relationship was stronger and they ... Full story

Militants agree to allow civilians to leave Ghouta: Russia

 Russia says militants based in the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta have promised to allow civilians to leave the enclave as Syrian troops are in ... Full story

South Korea ‘to send high-level delegation to North’

 South Korea has announced a decision to send a high-level political delegation to the North, raising hopes for a diplomatic solution to the decades-long conflict ... Full story

Iraq ‘will never allow US bases on its soil’

 Iraq says it will under no circumstances permit the United States to build permanent military bases on its soil, which would be a violation of ... Full story

Trump says drug dealers may deserve ‘ultimate penalty’

 President Donald Trump said Thursday the “ultimate penalty” may be in order for drug dealers because the nation’s drug problem will never be solved without ... Full story

Chlorine attack reported in Syria after Russian warning

 A suspected new chemical attack has reportedly hit the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta just after Russia warned that militants were planning a gas attack ... Full story

Jerusalem’s Holy Sepulchre shut in protest against Israeli policy

 In a rare move, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem has been indefinitely shut in protest against what church leaders say is “discriminatory” ... Full story

South Korea police nabs Canada athlete for stealing car

 Police in South Korea have charged a Canadian athlete taking part in the Winter Olympics Games with stealing a car. The yet-unidentified athlete, his wife, and ... Full story

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