An electrical fault caused a series of loud blasts

By: Middle East Affairs On Sunday, a Syrian military source cited by state media and an Iranian official said: "An electrical fault caused a series of loud blasts early near a military airbase outside the Syrian capital Damascus." Additionally, an authority in the provincial partnership backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and a

Yemen’s VP says Sanaa will be “cleansed of the Houthi militias” shortly

(Arab News) Yemen’s Vice President, Lieutenant-General Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar said the capital Sanaa will be “cleansed of the Houthi militias,” Saudi state TV Al-Ekhbariya reported on Monday. The vice president’s statement came during a meeting with senior Yemeni army officials in Marib that was attended by the commander of the Saudi-led

Israel refuses to comment on claims of U.S. air strikes in Iraq/Syria

(AFP) JERUSALEM: Israel declined to comment on Tuesday on a weekend air strike against an Iraqi paramilitary base in eastern Syria after its US ally implicated it in the attack. The Sunday evening strike against the Al-Hari base on the Syrian side of the border with Iraq came less than 24