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The Saudi Regime that Financed Terrorism now reaps what it Has Planted, Says Spincerova

Prague, (ST) - Czech journalist Teresa Spencerova said that the Saudi oppressive regime that financed terrorism in Syria, Iraq and other regions of the world is reaping what it planted.

"This regime, which has been waging aggression against Yemen for years, has suffered a painful blow through the attack by Yemeni forces with drones on its oil facilities. I had warned earlier that the Saudis would be prone to such attacks unless they stopped their aggression on Yemen," Spencerova said in a commentary published on the website of Prima TV, pointing out that this attack reveals how weak the Saudi regime, despite spending hundreds of billions of dollars to buy weapons.

Netanyahu's Declaration of Annexation of West Bank Lands is a Serious Violation, Says Cuba

Havana, (ST) - Cuba has confirmed that the announcement by Prime Minister of the Israeli occupation entity Benjamin Netanyahu to annex lands from the West Bank to the entity is a serious violation of international law.

This declaration "threatens to create a new escalation against the Palestinian people," calling for respect and implementation of international laws and Security Council resolutions related to the Palestinian issue, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said in a tweet on Twitter.

Yemen's military warns foreigners to leave Saudi oil plants

Yemen's military has warned foreigners in Saudi Arabia to leave Aramco's oil processing plants, saying they are still a target and can be attacked "at any moment", Press T.V reported.

The warning came after Houthis and their allies in the Yemeni army deployed as many as 10 drones to bomb Abqaiq and Khurais oil facilities run by the Saudi state-owned oil company before dawn Saturday.

The Massacre of Sabra and Shatila is Still Alive in our Memory

(ST) - Forty-eight hours of continuous killings committed by the Israeli occupation forces and groups of the Lebanese Forces militia and the so-called "South Lebanon Army" agent in the night of September 16, 1982 against Palestinians and Lebanese living in Shatila camp and neighboring Sabra area. The Israeli occupation forces closed the entrances and did not allow them to enter until after the end of the massacre on September 18th to awaken the world to one of the ugliest massacres in history.

Rouhani: Washington supports terrorism in Syria. Syrians decide their future

On September 15, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said that it is the Syrian people who decide the future of their country, stressing the need to give the necessary support to Syria to restore stability and security to all its regions.

In a press statement ahead of his departure to Ankara to attend the Meeting of Presidents of State Guarantors (Russia, Iran and Turkey) of the Astana peace process on Syria scheduled be held today (on September 16).

Rouhani pointed out that the most important topics to be discussed at the meeting are the fight against terrorism, the return of displaced Syrians and the reconstruction of Syria.