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    Iran moving short-range missiles into Iraq: NYTimes report

    Iran is using the current upheaval in Iraq to secretly move and stockpile short-range ballistic missiles in its neighboring country, the New York Times reports citing US intelligence and military officials. “Intelligence officials would not discuss the precise model of ballistic missile Iran has sneaked into Iraq.

  • Emirates24|7

    Jennifer Lopez wants more kids

    Jennifer Lopez wants to have children with Alex Rodriguez. The 50-year-old pop star already has 11-year-old twins Max and Emme with her ex-husband Marc Anthony, but would love to add more to her brood in the future and is "open" to trying to conceive with her 44-year-old fiancé. Speaking to PEOPLE magazine, the 'Hustlers' actress said when asked if she wants anymore kids later on down the line: "I want to! I don't know that it's in God's plan but I would like to try. I'm so open to it!" Alex also has two children - Natasha, 15, and Ella, 11 - with his ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis and they've all come together to make a perfectly "blended" family. Jennifer explained: "We all just grow closer. When

  • Egypt Independent

    Man arrested after unearthing pharaonic artifact in Giza

    A 62-year-old man was arrested on Thursday after discovering a pharaonic artifact on a piece of land he owns in the Mit Rahina area, in Badrashin, Giza Governorate.  He confessed during interrogation that he had excavated the land, which has since been seized, with the aim of looking for artifacts.  Meanwhile, archaeologists reported that the stone unearthed by the man dates back to the Pharaonic era and is part of the temple of the god Ptah, which was established by Ramesses II just 15 meters away from the excavation site. Assistant Minister of Interior for the public security sector Major General Alaa Eldin Selim had received information that someone was digging in search of artifacts on a

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    Iranian activist sues the Iranian regime in US Federal Court

    The prominent Iranian journalist and women's rights activist Masih Alinejad is suing the Iranian regime for arresting her brother and threatening her mother, she announced on Twitter on Wednesday. Alinejad said she has filed a lawsuit before the US Federal Court against Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, the judiciary, and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) over the arrest of her brother Ali Alinejad and threats made against her mother.

  • Emirates24|7

    Abdullah bin Zayed conveys condolences of UAE Rulers to sons of Prince Miteb bin Abdelaziz

    H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, has conveyed condolences of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to HRH Prince Dr. Mansour bin Miteb bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Minister of State, Member of the Cabinet and Advisor to the King and HRH Prince Abdulaziz bin Miteb bin Abdulaziz, on the death of their father Prince Miteb bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. He also conveyed condolences of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. Sheikh Abdullah

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    US State Department publishes photos of seized Iranian missiles

    The US State Department has released photos of the shipment of Iranian weapons and missile parts seized by the US Navy in the Arabian Sea before its arrival to the Iran backed Houthi militias in Yemen, said US Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook on Saturday. The seizure happened on November 25 when a US warship conducted a routine flag-verification boarding in international waters off the coast of Yemen, said Hook in a video posted on the State Department's twitter account.

  • Egypt Independent

    US Navy seizes suspected Iranian missile parts set for Yemen

    WASHINGTON (AP) - A Navy warship has seized a “significant cache” of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen, U.S. officials said on Wednesday, marking the first time that such sophisticated components have been taken en route to the war there. The seizure from a small boat by the U.S. Navy and a U.S. Coast Guard boarding team happened last Wednesday in the northern Arabian Sea, and the weapons have been linked to Iran. Officials said the incident illustrates the continuing illegal smuggling of weapons to Huthi rebels and comes as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were meeting, with Iran as the main topic. The officials spoke