Tehran (IP) - Iran's foreign minister says he agreed with his Emirati counterpart to continue the dialog on the theme of Hormuz Peace Endeavor (HOPE)—especially as the region faces tough challenges and tougher choices ahead.
Hundreds of protesters took part in anti-war demonstrations in the British city of Birmingham on Sunday.
Tehran (IP) - Iranian foreign minister told his Emirati counterpart that some may take advantage of the current situation to destabilize the region, but the two countries as neighbors must think about the stability of the region.
US Senator Chris Murphy criticized the decision by Donald Trump's administration to sell offensive drones to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, describing the move as creating an arms race in the region.
Palestinian groups have warned against normalizing relations between some Arab states and the Zionist regime.
Executive Director of Human Rights Watch said that the US President Donald Trump plans to allow the sale of advanced armed drones to other nations and bypass part of an international weapons export control agreement that the United States helped forge more than three decades ago.
News sources on Friday announced the start of a judicial investigation in France against the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi for his involvement in torture in the Yemeni war.
In telephone conversations with his Chinese and UAE counterparts, the Russian Foreign Minister discussed regional and international issues.
The head of the Libyan Supreme Council of the Libyan government blamed the UAE for the deterioration of Libya's security, political and economic situation and the collapse of the country's social structure.
The Friday prayer leader of Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, condemned the Saudi media's insulting action against the Iraqi Shiite supreme authority Ayatollah Ali al Sistani.