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Naqdi claimed that Iran under the Shah's rule was subordinate to the American administration, while today the United States subordinates to Iran's dominance in the Middle East.
Iranian defense minister says Tehran and Moscow have also started talks on the supply of Russian-made Sukhoi-30 fighter jets to Iran.
According to Ch. 10 report, cyber hackers working for Iran have over the past year penetrated dozens of computers belonging to Israelis, markedly senior security officials.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Fatah and Hamas negotiators, who have been holding discussions in Doha since Sunday, announced that they have reached agreement on a “limited practical perception.”
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
A Senior Saudi defense official said that his country wants to defeat Islamic State.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Surprisingly, the Hezbollah captives did not praise their organization for participating in the fighting in Syria and called it an "illegitimate intervention."
Kremlin's comments come after German Chancellor Merkel had criticized Russia's bombing campaign in Syria.
Russia-Turkey relations have deteriorated since the crisis over the downing of a Russian aircraft in November.
Mahmoud Eshtaiwi, a top Ezaddin Al-Qassam commander, was arrested more than year ago. He was in charge of a number of Hamas tunnels in the eastern part of the Gaza Strip.
Sheena Shirani, who began her tenure at Press TV in 2007, revealed earlier this week that her former boss and news director at the TV station repeatedly harassed her for years.
Israeli coordinator of government activities in the territories tells Arabic online newspaper that Hamas started treating ISIS operatives recently in exchange for money and weapons.
Rouhani praises the "perseverance of the Iranian nation and the Islamic revolution," and the "honesty and integrity" of the negotiation team.
This comes after an Iranian-British former BBC journalist, Bahman Daroshafaei, was detained last week in Tehran.
On the eve of the talks, both Hamas and Fatah expressed cautious optimism regarding the prospects of reaching a deal that would end their rift.
Allexanda Kotey, a former west London resident of Greek Cypriot and Ghanaian extraction, is one of four Brits who have been dubbed with the moniker “ISIS Beatles.”
"There is a whole industry around Lawrence,” retired Israeli ambassador to Jordan and leading expert on Lawrence says.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
"You can’t expect children who experienced extreme violence for it to not have permanent psychological damage,” says Caryl Stern.
By BEN HARTMAN
Minister warns of increased Iranian presence in post-war Syria, says cooperation with Egypt "stronger than ever."
Syrians are feeling an intensifying Russian assault around the city of Aleppo, and aid workers said on Friday it could soon fall under a full government siege.
After the rubber-stamping of the nuclear deal with world powers last year, Tehran has ordered an increase in oil output.
'Il Manifesto', a historic left-wing newspaper based in Rome, published Giulio Regeni's final article on Friday, written by the 28-year-old graduate student before his Jan. 25 disappearance.
The United States, the European Union and other major nations have already lifted some of their punitive measures following a deal struck last month between Iran and world powers.
The effort is overseen by the IAF’s Air Operations, established in the midst of Operation Protective Edge in 2014, as the body responsible for activating and building up Israeli air power.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Russian jets have been striking rebel and jihadi fighters for four months in Syria, including Islamic State militants as well as fighters backed by Turkey and Gulf Arab states.
Opposition to Israel, which Tehran refuses to recognize since its 1979 Islamic revolution, is a central policy in the Muslim Shi'ite-dominated country.
Saudi Arabia's religious police banned female customers from the coffee shop after finding that a gender partition wall had collapsed.
Social media apps like Twitter and Telegram are scrambling to limit Islamic State's cyber-activities.
Members of Jewish Voice for Peace New York and Jews Say No!, a New York City-based pro-Palestinian organization, created the paper.
In the clip, Egyptian bulldozers are seen moving large mounds of dirt and flooding the area adjacent to the border fence.
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