Iran Renews Call for End to Saudi Siege on Yemen

The Iranian deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs has reiterated Tehran’s call for an end to Saudi Arabia’s blockade on the impoverished and war-ravaged Yemen, Press T.V reported.

In a Wednesday phone conversation with Ismail OuldCheikh Ahmed, the UN special envoy for Yemen, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian condemned the ongoing Saudi aggression against its neighbor and called for effective measures by the United Nations to put an end to the Saudi military campaign and siege on the Yemeni people.

US Makes Media Hype to Impose Will in Nuclear Talks, Says Afkham

TEHRAN - Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman MarziyehAfkham voiced displeasure in the US officials' repeated claims about inspection of Iran's military centers under a possible future deal, saying such allegations are only aimed at a media hype to impose Washington's will in the nuclear talks with Tehran.

Turkey Should Immediately Stop Supporting Terrorist Organizations in Syria: Demirtas

ANKARA, (ST)-Selahattin Demirtas, leader of the Turkish Peoples’ Democratic Party, has stressed that the Turksih regime should immediately stop supporting the terrorist organiztions operating in Syria as a basic condition to restore the normal situation of the foreign policy of the new Turksih government.

Saudi Arabia Using Chemical Weapons Against Yemenis

A senior leader of Ansarullah revolutionary movement blasted Saudi Arabia for its continued use of internationally prohibited weapons, including chemical ordinance, against the Yemeni people.

"Saudi Arabia is still using chemical bombs against the Yemeni people," Hashem Adnan al-Basouri told FNA.

He underlined that Riyadh hits residential areas under the control of Ansarullah with chemical weapons.

Saudi Arabia Using Chemical Weapons Against Yemenis

A senior leader of Ansarullah revolutionary movement blasted Saudi Arabia for its continued use of internationally prohibited weapons, including chemical ordinance, against the Yemeni people.

"Saudi Arabia is still using chemical bombs against the Yemeni people," Hashem Adnan al-Basouri told FNA.

He underlined that Riyadh hits residential areas under the control of Ansarullah with chemical weapons.