Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said yesterday Turkey had the legitimate right to act again if militants are not cleared from its border with Syria, where it has carried out several incursions in the last four years.
The Beirut Bar Association yesterday handed the public prosecutor almost 700 criminal complaints from victims of the city’s deadly August 4 port blast, Lebanon’s National News Agency said.
Iran extended Covid-19 curbs in Tehran and across the country yesterday as health authorities said they were recording a death from the virus every four minutes.
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health announced Monday that it reported 682 new cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) in the past 24 hours, bringing the total of confirmed cases in the country to 122,317.
Iraqi security forces and protesters clashed in Baghdad yesterday during demonstrations to mark the first anniversary of mass anti-government protests demanding the ouster of the ruling class.
Iran has delivered several gasoline and crude oil shipments to Syria, easing a near two-month gasoline shortage aggravated by tougher U.S. sanctions, shippers, port officials and traders said.
The United States has imposed sanctions on two officials from the Lebanese group Hezbollah, the US Treasury Department said, including one who served as a senior military commander in the south of the country.