Iranian media says the Revolutionary Guard's 'Saegheh' drone is similar to the RQ-170 Sentinel which Iran claimed to have shot down in 2011.
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A Syrian army source quoted in state media said its forces had made advances, which was denied by rebels who say they had repelled a new assault.
Project coincides with Turkish-led operation in Syria, and will work to combat smuggling and illegal migration.
U.S. says attack proves that Assad and Russian, regional allies abandoned an international peace process to pursue victory on the battlefield.
Iran's supreme leader warns the hardline former president's candidacy would increase divisions in the Islamic Republic.
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Homa Hoodfar returned to Canada via Oman, a brief report on the state-run IRNA news agency said.
Men were killed under accusations of collaboration with the Egyptian army.
Family of slain Christian author blame government for attack: 'They kept telling us that Jordan is isolated, a place of peace. But now we see, Jordan is not isolated, and we should be active in countering [Salafist] ideology.'
Some 100,000 people in the military, civil service, police and judiciary have been sacked or suspended following the failed July 15 coup attempt.