IFP has prepared a report on how Iranian newspapers covered Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, commonly referred to as Brexit, on their Saturday headlines and editorials.
The Iraqi Army’s 9th Armoured Division imposed full control over the Makhoul Mountains in the northern countryside of the Salaheddine Governorate on Friday, putting an end to the ISIS presence at a place described by military experts as Gate of Mosul.
Secretary General of the Lebanese Resistance Movement, Hezbollah, Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah deplored a US sanctions law seeking to tighten the noose on the party’s finances, saying that the law would not have any financial impact on the movement.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry announced that the country honors the British people’s decision to leave the European Union, and made it clear that Brexit will not bring about any change in Tehran’s attitude towards London.
Tehran’s Friday prayers leader took a swipe at the Manama regime for stripping Shiite cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim of his Bahraini citizenship, describing the move as a sign of Al Khalifa’s frustration and helplessness.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced on Wednesday, June 23, that French National Assembly President Claude Bartolone is scheduled to visit Iran in coming days in a bid to broaden relations between the two nations.
Iraq's top cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani praised efforts by Bahrain's prominent Shiite scholar Sheikh Isa Qassim in defending people’s rights through peaceful means.
The representative of prominent Bahraini cleric Sheikh Isa Ahmed Qassim, whose nationality has been recently revoked by the Al Khalifa regime, said the popular uprising in the Arab country will remain peaceful in nature unless Manama resorts to assassinations and intrusion.
As Iraqi and Syrian forces are fighting to repel ISIS terrorists from major cities like Fallujah in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria, a senior Iraqi military commander predicts that the group will once again appear in a stronger version in future.
In an interview with ISNA, as translated by IFP, Mohammad Mahdi Gouya, the director of the Centre for Communicable Disease Control of the Ministry of Health, voiced concern over the new wave of immigrants to the country.