Lebanese group fighting for regime vows to continue battle against ISIS and al-Qaida's offshoot, but promises to respect Syrian government decision.
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While around 1.3 million Muslims participate in this year’s hajj - one of the world's largest pilgrimages - Iran bars citizens from taking part after disputes with Riyadh.
The project will eventually include two power plants expected to go online in 10 years; it will cost around $10 billion and produce 1,057 megawatts of electricity.
In a video address, the prime minister takes on the argument that settlements in the West Bank are an obstacle to peace; U.S. state department: 'ethnic cleansing' terminology is 'inappropriate and unhelpful.'
Female high school student apparently wounds classmate, shoots self.
The incident occurred during the national anthems of the 2018 World Cup qualifier and was reported on a website of Italian Jews, Moked.
Repeated agreements have called for an end to the conflict with Russian-backed separatists, but fighting persists at a low simmer resulting in war-weary troops.
Some 5,000 military personnel have been dismissed since the July 15 attempted coup, including 151 generals and admirals.
A spokeswoman for the Green Party presidential candidate says that activists invited her to leave a message at the protest site. She says Stein wrote "I approve this message" in red spray paint on the blade of a bulldozer.
Dismissal is said to be part of a crackdown on the military following the failed July 15 coup, of which authorities accuse U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.