The United Arab Emirates announced in the early hours of the morning that it intercepted a missile launched by Yemen’s Ansarullah movement, the third attack in less than two weeks.
Israel has clinched a deal with the United States to receive 12 CH-53K helicopters from the American arms manufacturer Lockheed Martin Corp and two American Boeing Co KC-46 refueling planes. A statement by the Israeli ministry of military affairs also says the deal includes an option to receive an additional six helicopters.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) warned Israel of a 'crushing' response to any attack on its nuclear and military sites, emphasizing that the country will target the source of any aggression against its sensitive sites.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh late on Monday reacted to the visit by the Zionist regime’s prime minister to the United Arab Emirates, strongly warning against any move that would strengthen the fake regime’s “destructive and seditious presence” in West Asia.
As the first day of the new round of talks in Vienna ended, one thing is certainly noticeable: Israelis are knocking on every door to stop Iran and P4+1 reach an agreement on how to find ways to lift illegal sanctions imposed on Iran.
The Israeli President’s intrusion of the Holy Islamic Ibrahimi Mosque in the occupied West Bank city of al-Khalil (also known as Hebron city) has drawn angry reactions.
Mohammad Eslami, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), has said the Zionist regime must first take a look at its geographical size before threatening to take military action against Iran’s nuclear facilities.
The United Arab Emirates is again reaching out to Iran to defuse tensions, but this time it’s doing so under different circumstances in the region, where ever-changing dynamics necessitate new approaches.
The Secretary General of Iraq’s Asaib ahl al-Haq has dismissed accusations his movement played any role in the assassination attempt against the country’s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi on Sunday.
The head of Iran's Passive Defense Organization considers the United States and the Israeli regime to have been behind the cyberattack that caused a temporary outage at gas stations in large cities across the Islamic Republic.