Daily Times, United Arab Emirates: - The annual US risk assessment report for 2021 blamed Russia and Turkey for the collapse of 3 countries.
Daily Times, United Arab Emirates: - The director of Iran's civilian nuclear program described the power cut to the Natanz nuclear facility as “nuclear terrorism,” while the type of this work was not specified.
Tel Aviv - Daily Times: - Tal Kalman, head of the Strategic Division and the Third Circle (that is, the Iran Department) of the Israeli army, described to Israel Al-Youm newspaper the year 2020 as “good” in the field of “war against Iran”.
Dubai, Daily Times: - The former Egyptian general, Saif al-Adl, who was hidden in Iran and known as “Saif of Revenge,” became the new leader of al-Qaeda, taking over from its former leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Dubai, Daily Times: - Iran called on the United States of America to save the nuclear agreement that Tehran signed with the major powers, according to what the Iranian ambassador in Geneva told the United Nations Conference on Disarmament.
Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Iran has sent a letter to the International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations informing it that it is preparing to install a new number of advanced MIR2 centrifuges at the underground uranium enrichment plant in Natanz.
Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Fourteen rockets fell on the American base at Erbil airport in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, which includes US forces, and residential neighborhoods adjacent to the airport.
Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Iran admitted that its armed forces were complicit in the assassination of the nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, according to what the Iranian Minister of Security and Intelligence, Mahmoud Alawi, said during his interview on Iranian television.
Dubai United Arab Emirates:- The new US administration headed by Joe Biden will continue Donald Trump's path in expanding Israel's alliances with the Arab countries, and will face Russian and Chinese expansion, according to the US National Security Adviser, Jake Salivan.