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Bahraini resolve to outdo regime crackdown

A political analyst says the Al Khalifa regime’s ongoing crackdown on Bahraini protesters is futile as the Persian Gulf nation is determined to continue with its uprising.


Mohsen Saleh, a professor at the Lebanese University and a Middle East expert, told Press TV on Wednesday that Manama continues its brutal attacks against

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Militants attack gas, fuel pipelines in southern Syria

Foreign-backed militants in Syria have blown up gas and fuel pipelines that feed power stations in the country’s south, causing a blackout in the region.


Syrian Minister of Electricity Imad Khamis said the sabotage attack was carried out on Thursday and caused power cuts in the provinces of Dara’a, Sweida, Quneitra, Damascus a

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President-elect Rohani pledges to enhance Iran ties with Lebanon

Iranian president-elect Hassan Rohani has stressed the need for further development of bilateral relations between Iran and Lebanon, noting that diplomatic ties between Tehran and Beirut will expand in coming years.


The remarks were part of message conveyed by Iran's Ambassador to Beirut Ghazanfar Roknabadi to Lebanese

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EU, US deaf to and dumb on Bahrain agony

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Muslim Brotherhood condemns EU silence on Egypt coup

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has condemned the European Union's refusal to denounce the military coup that ousted President Mohamed Morsi.


Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the Brotherhood's political wing, expressed surprise in a Thursday statement over the official position of the EU on the ongoing turmoil in the North African

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