Libya Conflict Casualties Going Up, WHO Warns

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the number of casualties of conflict in Libya has risen to 147 dead and 614 wounded.

The rising figure has prompted the WHO to deploy surgical teams "to support Tripoli-area hospitals as they cope with the influx of trauma cases," the UN agency said in a posting on Twitter.

It urged "all parties to exercise restraint and avoid causing collateral damage to hospitals, ambulances and health workers."

Zionist occupation Forces Detain Six Palestinians from Northern West Bank

 Israeli occupation forces dawn Monday in Jenin detained six Palestinians from the northern West Bank, said the Palestine Prisoners Society (PPS).

PPS confirmed in a press release that Israeli forces detained two Palestinians from Jenin refugee camp and a former prisoner from Yaabad town, west of Jenin city.

Meanwhile, Israeli military vehicles raided Qalqiliya city, where soldiers rounded up two Palestinians.

PPS confirmed that a similar Israeli military raid was carried out in Nur Shams refugee camp, east of Tulkarem city, resulting in the detention of a Palestinian.

Israeli forces frequently raid Palestinian houses almost on a daily basis across the West Bank on the pretext of searching for “wanted” Palestinians, triggering clashes with residents.

Saudi, UAE Massively Using French Weaponry in Yemen War

A classified document of the French government has revealed that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirate (UAE) are massively using French-made weaponry in the Saudi-led war on impoverished Yemen, a disturbing fact that contradicts public statements from Paris, Press T.V reported.

The new investigative media outlet, Disclose, published a report on Monday, containing a classified note from the French military intelligence service (DRM).

Saudi Arabia and a number of its regional allies launched the devastating campaign against Yemen in March 2015, with the goal of bringing the government of former President AbdRabbuh Mansur Hadi back to power and crushing the popular HouthiAnsarullah movement.

Iran's Army to Unveil New Military Hardware, Says General Heidari

A senior Iranian military commander says the Army's Ground Forces are to unveil new military hardware, including armored vehicles, armor piercing weapons, unmanned aerial vehicles and electronic warfare equipment.

Speaking to reporters in Tehran on Monday, Commander of the Iranian Army’s Ground Forces Brigadier General Kiomars Heidari said the achievements will be showcased during a military parade on Thursday on the occasion of the National Army Day.

During the parade, the Iranian Army's Khatam al-Anbiya Air Defense Base will also display the S-300 missile defense system, the domestically-manufactured high-altitude and solid-fuel Sayyad 2 (Hunter II) missiles, Sayyad 3 (Hunter III) missiles, short-range and long-range radars and electronic warfare systems, he added.

Iraq's Foreign Minister Says His Country Doesn't Recognize Trump's Declaration on Occupied Syrian Golan

AMMAN, (ST)- Iraq's Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim has affirmed that Iraq doesn't recognize US President Donald Trump's declaration on occupied Syrian Golan, reiterating that Golan is a Syrian territory and the international resolutions recognize the Syrian State's sovereignty over this land.

In a statement to "Russian Today" on the sidelines of his participation in a quartet meeting of the foreign ministers of Jordan, Iraq, Greece and Cyprus in Amman, al-Hakim said that Trump's declaration is a unilateral step that violates international legitimacy.