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The occupation forces arrest five Palestinians in the West Bank

Occupied al-Quds, (ST) - the Israeli occupation forces arrested five Palestinians in separate areas of the West Bank today.

Wafa news agency reported that the occupation forces stormed towns and villages in occupied al-Quds, Al Khalil and Tolkarm raided and searched Palestinian homes, and arrested eight Palestinians.

The Israeli occupation forces continue their aggressive practices against the Palestinians by restricting and attacking them in their cities and villages and launching daily campaigns arrest with the aim of displacing them, seizing their lands and judaizing them.

 

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Britain, France, Germany reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

Britain, France and Germany have reiterated their commitment to the Iranian nuclear deal.

The U.S. has no authority to demand a snap-back in sanctions against Iran after quitting the 2015 nuclear deal two years ago, the French Foreign Ministry said in a joint statement with Germany and the U.K. on Sunday.

The Iranian Foreign Ministry: Washington must stop its methods of bullying

Iran has affirmed that the US administration’s allegations regarding the return of the UN sanctions on Tehran are nothing more than a farce, calling on Washington to stop the terrorist embargo measures and respect international laws and conventions.

 “ Trump's failed policies will lead to the defeat of America in the world and its European partners know this, as it is living in isolation and practicing bullying and arrogance,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatib Zadeh said during a press conference on September 20.

Russia: Preserving the nuclear agreement with Iran is still in effect

Russia stressed that Resolution 2231 on Iran is still in effect with all its provisions, and that the United States should not speak on behalf of the UN Security Council.

Sputnik quoted the Russian Foreign Ministry as saying in a statement after Washington announced the resumption of UN sanctions on Iran that “the United States continues to mislead the international community by speculating that the UN Security Council will take measures to reactivate its decisions on sanctions against Iran, which were canceled after signing the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan in 2015 ”.

The Turkish regime's judiciary extends the detentionperiod of 94 former military officials

On September 19, the Turkish judicial authorities decided to extend the detention period of at least 94 former Turkish soldiers who were detained earlier, under the pretext of suspected links to Fethullah Gülen, whom the Turkish regime accused of being behind the coup attempt that took place in the country in 2016.

The Anatolia News Agency of the Turkish regime quoted a judicial source as saying that the suspects were among 131 former military officials who were arrested on September 16, during operations launched mainly in Istanbul and other 34 provinces.