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About 771 days ago

UN Rights Chief Slams Saudi Mass Execution of 81 People, US Remains Silent

Saudi Arabia:“Authorities should return the bodies of those executed to their families,” Bachelet underscored.
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About 771 days ago

Salman And His Son: Two Terrorist Murderers

Saudi Arabia:Info-graphics >>> Salman And His Son: Two Terrorist Murderers
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About 771 days ago

Heavy Toll on Zionists Very Likely in IRG Missile Attack on Erbil

Iran:The IRG has used Fateh-class missiles in the operation, including the Fateh-110 missiles.
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About 771 days ago

IRG Foils ’Israeli’ Sabotage At Fordow, Captures Plotters - Report

Iran:Iran’s nuclear program has been the subject of sabotage for more than a decade.
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About 773 days ago

Kingdom Of Blood: Saudi Regime Executes 81 Inmates Including 41 Political Prisoners from Shia-Populated Region

Saudi Arabia:The 41 martyrs exercised their legitimate right to express their opinion and demand justice and equality in their country.
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About 774 days ago

Saudi Blogger Raif Badawi Released after Spending a Decade behind Bars

Saudi Arabia:Badawi’s son Terad Raif Badawi tweeted: “After 10 years my father is free!”
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About 775 days ago

Bahrainis Hold Rallies against Normalization, Zionist Army Chief’s Visit

Bahrain:Last month, the Zionist regime’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennet traveled to Manama for his first official visit to Bahrain.
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About 775 days ago

Fire Breaks Out At Saudi Oil Facility after Drone Targets Riyadh

Saudi Arabia:“The refinery’s operations and supplies of petroleum and its derivatives were not affected,” the Saudi statement claimed.
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About 776 days ago

Zionist Military Chief on First Official Visit to Bahrain

Bahrain:Kochavi is traveling with other senior military officials, including Maj. Gen. Tal Kelman, the commander in charge of the ‘Iran file.’
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