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US, Israel root causes of terrorism in region: Iran’s FM

Iran’s foreign minister has called for international and regional cooperation in an all-out fight against terrorism and extremism.
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Will Yemen’s peace talks run into Saudi bottlenecks?

Observes say the UN-mediated peace talks for Yemen are likely to be held in the shadow of Saudi Arabia’s incessant aggression on the ground.
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IS captures palace of Qatari emir’s mother in Syria (PHOTOS)

Images of a Qatari-owned grand palace in Palmyra, Syria IS militants have seized.
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Iraqi Kurdistan calls on Iran to mediate between Baghdad and Erbil

The Iraqi Kurdistan regional administration official said that solving issues with Baghdad is a top priority of Erbil.
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We need to form a strategic coalition with powerful Iran

Javier Solana has said that conclusion of a nuclear deal will bring about fundamental changes for Iran and the wider region.
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Hezbollah takes on Takfiris in Syria to defend Lebanon’s freedom and sanctities

The leader of the Marada Movement has praised Hezbollah’s fight on the Takfiris in Syria, saying Hezbollah is supporting what remains of Christians in the Middle East.
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A vote, shattered dreams and multiple benefits

An Iranian daily has reviewed the blow President Erdogan was delivered in the parliamentary vote and said that the Turkish people could properly practice democracy and contain the president's authoritarian ambitions.
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Iran warns Saudi Arabia against targeting areas near Iranian embassy

In a letter to the UN Security Council, Iran’s UN ambassador said Saudi air raids can have serious consequences if repeated.
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American activist: Iran is a major player in the Mideast

The American people will not forgive Congress if it does not pass the deal with Iran, Medea Benjamin said.
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Can Iran live with the Taliban in its backyard?

Iran has concluded that living with the Taliban, which is to become part of the Afghan political structure, would better serve its national interest and stabilize the region, says a political analyst.

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