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Kuwaiti ports suspends entry of Iranian ships to Kuwait due to coronavirus

Kuwaiti ports suspends entry of Iranian ships to Kuwait due to coronavirus

Kuwait Ports Authority announced Sunday suspending ships coming from Iran in Shuaiba, Doha and Shuwaikh ports, due to the spread of Coronavirus there.

Seven dead in Turkey after earthquake hits Iran border area

Seven dead in Turkey after earthquake hits Iran border area

Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said on Sunday seven people including three children were killed in eastern Turkey after a 5.7 magnitude earthquake hit neighbouring Iran ...

Erdogan announces Syria summit for March 5

Erdogan announces Syria summit for March 5

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday said he would hold a summit with the leaders of Russia, France and Germany on March 5 to discuss the escalating violence in Syria’s last rebel enclave of Idlib.

Erdogan to hold Syria summit with Russia, France and Germany

Erdogan to hold Syria summit with Russia, France and Germany

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday said he would hold a summit with the leaders of Russia, France and Germany on March 5 to discuss the situation in Syria's last rebel enclave of Idlib.

Iran shuts schools, cultural centres as coronavirus kills five

Iran shuts schools, cultural centres as coronavirus kills five

Iran on Saturday ordered the closure of schools, universities and cultural centres after a coronavirus outbreak that has killed five people in the Islamic republic -- the most outside the Far East.

Syrian bomb kills 16th Turkish troop in Idlib this month

Syrian bomb kills 16th Turkish troop in Idlib this month

A Turkish soldier was killed in Syria's Idlib region in a bomb attack by Russian-backed government forces, the defence ministry said on Saturday

Iran votes for parliament

Iran votes for parliament

Iran extended voting for a third time yesterday in an election expected to see conservatives tighten their grip on parliament, amid voter apathy after the disqualification of thousands of candidates.

Iraqi PM-designate seeks vote of confidence for cabinet

Iraqi PM-designate seeks vote of confidence for cabinet

Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Mohamed Tawfiq Allawi said yesterday he has put together a cabinet of political independents and called on parliament to hold an extraordinary session next week to grant it a vote of confidence.

‘Horror has multiplied’ for civilians in Syria: UN

‘Horror has multiplied’ for civilians in Syria: UN

The United Nations emergency relief co-ordinator yesterday said “the horror has multiplied” in northwestern Syria’s humanitarian crisis over the past two weeks.

Revolutionary squads guard Sudan's bakeries to battle corruption

Revolutionary squads guard Sudan's bakeries to battle corruption

As bakers in flour-stained clothes knead dough and slide trays of loaves into ovens in Sudan's capital, a cluster of yellow-vested volunteers keep watch.

Syria aid groups in desperate plea for Idlib displaced

Syria aid groups in desperate plea for Idlib displaced

Syrian aid workers issued an urgent call for a ceasefire and international help for nearly a million people fleeing a regime onslaught in the country's northwest on Wednesday.

Turkey demands withdrawal as regime strikes hit camps in Syria

Turkey demands withdrawal as regime strikes hit camps in Syria

Government air strikes have hit hospitals and refugee camps in northwest Syria and killed about 300 civilians as President Bashar al-Assad’s forces press an assault against the last rebel stronghold, the United Nations said yesterday.

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