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Floods kill at least 22 in southern Iran
At least 22 people were killed in flash floods caused by heavy rains in Iran's southern province of Fars, a provincial official said on Saturday.
There was at least one person missing, said Khalil Abdollahi, head of the province's crisis management department, quoted by the semi-official news agency Tasnim.
He said 55 people had been rescued in the flood which submerged 15 cars.
The governor of Fars province declared Sunday a day of mourning, state media said.
Iran has officially dropped its demand that USA delist the IRGC as a terror organization
Iran has officially dropped a key "red line" demand that had been a major sticking point in efforts to revive the Iran nuclear deal.
Iraq: Concerns over Escalating Conflict between Sadrist Movement, Coordination Framework
Concerns have mounted in Iraq over the conflict between the Sadrist movement and the Coordination Framework, which was further compounded by the street pressure exerted on Prime...
German President Looks to Placate Israel with Visit after PA President’s Statements
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, according to an Israeli official, is considering flying to Israel in a bid to placate the Jewish state after Palestinian Authority Pres...
Lebanon’s Judges Announce Open Strike to Reject ‘Oppression, Humiliation’
Judges announced an open strike to denounce their deteriorating financial and social conditions and reject “oppression and humiliation” faced by the Lebanon’s Judiciary.
US Says ‘Concerned’ by Israeli Raids on Palestinian Rights Groups
Washington said Thursday it was "concerned" by the Israeli government's forced closure of several Palestinian NGOs operating in the occupied West Bank.
Al-Hakim in Riyadh...Sadr Calls for Public Dialogue
Well-informed Iraqi sources expressed their optimism about the visit made by the leader of the Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, to Saudi Arabia and considered it a positive sign...
Lebanon: Aoun, Mikati Resume Government Formation Talks
Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati has resumed talks with President Michel Aoun on forming a government following weeks of deadlock over disagreements with the Free Patriotic...
Growing drone force boosts China’s surveillance and reach in sky and sea
A lightweight shipborne helicopter, a submarine drone that can fly and the military’s Robo-Shark broaden China’s network of tech options, says analyst.
N. Korea slams South's ‘absurd’ offer of aid
Kim Yo-jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's powerful sister, has slammed Seoul's offer of economic aid in return for denuclearization steps, calling it the "height of absurdi...
HungerStation celebrates 10 years anniversary in Saudi Arabia
HungerStation, the leading technology company dedicated to facilitating delivery operations, is celebrating 10 years of launching its services through a media campaign showcasin...
Europe storms: Children among dead in France, Austria, Italy
Powerful storms have battered areas of central and southern Europe, killing at least 12 people including three children.
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