Iran’s Rouhani calls for Muslims to unite against United States

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on Muslims worldwide on Saturday to unite against the United States, instead of "rolling out red carpets for criminals". Washington in May reimposed sanctions on Tehran, after President Donald Trump pulled out of a 2015 international nuclear deal with Iran under which they

After the state of emergency, Turkey set a new ‘anti-terror’ law

ISTANBUL: On Monday, Turkey's ruling party submitted to parliament another "anti-terror" charge that would reinforce the forces of the experts in keeping suspects and forcing open request even after the present two-year highly sensitive situation closes. The highly sensitive situation, forced in the wake of the July 2016 fizzled overthrow went

Qatar offers $500 million aid package to Jordan

AMMAN (Reuters) - Qatar has extended a $500 million aid package to Jordan that includes investments, project finance and job opportunities for Jordanians, an official source in Amman said on Wednesday. Two days ago, Qatar's Gulf neighbors Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates - with which it is embroiled in

Qatar accuses Saudi of reckless behavior to disturb the region

DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar accused its giant neighbor Saudi Arabia of reckless behavior after a newspaper report that Riyadh had threatened military action if Doha installed a Russian air defense system. Qatar's foreign minister told Al Jazeera he did not think the Saudi threat - reportedly made in a letter to

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