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Syrian defense ministry releases footage showing majority of the weapons seized from terrorist groups made by the US.

Saudi Arabia intensified its airstrikes on Yemen, using internationally-banned cluster bombs once again in its air assaults against the impoverished country.

An arms watchdog on Monday urged major weapons exporters, including the United States and France, to cut sales to Saudi Arabia over its actions in Yemen, as a conference on global arms trade opened in Geneva.

Zionist jets have carried out an airstrike in Syria’s Golan Heights, claiming that the attack was in retaliation for stray fire from Syrian fighting factions that landed inside Israel.

Chairman of Islamic Human Right Commission in the UK Masoud Shajareh on Saturday expressed concern over the rise of Islamophobia in Britain and cautioned the western governments against creating environment where terrorism could flourish.

The ISIL has transferred chemical substances to the city of al-Shadadi in the countryside of Hasaka as the Takfiri terrorist group is preparing to launch fresh attacks on Hasaka.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham slammed the continued Saudi air strikes on Yemen and the use of banned weapons in the impoverished country.

The ICRC has informed about events on restricting and prohibiting ‘certain weapons’ under international humanitarian law.

 Iraqi security sources disclosed that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group is using the state-of-the-art weapons which are only manufactured by the US and each of their bullets are worth thousands of dollars.

The photographs, published by the Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA) on Sunday, show that the bodies of three Kurdish fighters were not damaged by bullets, but instead were marked by burns and white spots without any visible wounds or external bleeding.

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