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Iraqis celebrate US exit, but worry for future

The Intelligence Ministry claimed it arrested a "US spy" who was trained in Iraq and Afghanistan. The foreign minister urged Afghanistan not to permit US drones to operate in its airspace.

Yemeni Uprising Opens a Door to Besieged Rebels in the North

Russia seized 18 pieces of Sodium-22, a radioactive metal, from the suitcase of a passenger who was traveling to Iran. The military said it would shoot down any US drones that violate its airspace.

US transfers dangerous Hezbollah leader involved in murder of 5 US soldiers to Iraqi custody

Musa Ali Daqduq, who was tasked with establishing a Hezbollah-like Shia terror group in Iraq, and who was involved in the 2007 attack on US troops in Karbala, is now in Iraqi custody.

Amid Claims of More Captured Drones, a Report on Their Vulnerability

Crashed drone was looking at Iran nuclear sites

Panetta, Speaking to Troops, Says US Has Edge on Taliban

Iran against US-Afghan military treaty: FM

Afghanistan does not want involvement in US-Iran hostilities

IRGC General Gholam Reza Jalali says Iran will move its uranium enrichment facilities to safer locations underground if necessary. Iran has threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz if attacked. Iran and Saudi Arabia held a rare high-level security meeting in Riyadh.

Iran may soon start nuclear work in bunker: sources

The Sunni Awakening Braces for an Iraq Without US

Beirut Bank Seen as a Hub of Hezbollah's Financing

Pakistani fertilizer ignites tensions with US

The US Treasury placed sanctions on Major General Hassan Firouzabadi, chairman of Iran's Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Revolutionary Guard Deputy Commander Abdollah Araqi. Iran's judiciary has issued indictments against 15 "American and Zionist" spies.

Iran denies links to suicide attacks on US embassies in East Africa

A "mysterious" explosion occurred at a steel mill in Yazd, killing seven employees, including foreign nationals. Iranian authorities blamed the blast on "old munitions." Iranian experts are in the final stages of "recovering data" from the US surveillance drone captured by the country's armed forces, state TV reported.

Iran will not return a US surveillance drone captured by its armed forces, General Hossein Salami, deputy head of the Republican Guard, said in a broadcast on Iranian state television. He described the penetration of Iranian airspace by a US drone as a "hostile act" and warned of a "bigger" response.

Pakistan - Why our bomb may be unsafe