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The most important news of the day in the Arab world and the world – Thursday, April 15, 2021



In the last hours, the world was getting faster on the Arab and international level, and the most important news of the day were:

The most important news of the day in the Arab world and the world
The most important news of the day in the Arab world and the world

Today’s news in Syria 👇👇

  • Extraordinary session of the Syrian People’s Assembly on the elections

The Syrian People’s Assembly called for an “extraordinary” session next Sunday to discuss “candidacy for the next presidential election”.

Members of the National Assembly will discuss opening the door for the candidacy for President of the Syrian Arab Republic and setting a date for the start of accepting applications, loyal media report.

The call of the People’s Assembly did not explicitly include the reason for the session, and sources suggested that it be a call for the upcoming presidential election.

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  • He survived two assassination attempts … the head of the Saasa branch, who, after threatening to kill him, replaced a settlement official in Quneitra.

Today, Thursday, a special source from the Step news agency revealed that the Syrian regime’s forces expelled an officer who worked at branch 220, called the “Saasa branch”, after the assassination threats in Quneitra.

The source stated that former opposition militiamen present in the city of Jubata Al-Khashab threatened police officer Raed Hussein, who is responsible for the reconciliation and settlement file in Quneitra and is linked to the military security branch in Sasha.

According to the same source, the threat received by the expelled officer came behind his movements in the province, his attempt at reconciliation and extorting money from former opposition fighters to “bleach their” military and security files.

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  • Confirmation of collapse … Central Bank of Syria raises dollar to double for first time in 10 months

Today, Thursday, the Syrian central bank raised the dollar against the Syrian pound for the first time in 10 months to move closer to the black market.

The Central Bank announced on Thursday, which was dated yesterday, that the exchange rate of the dollar was 2512 Syrian pounds for one US dollar, after it was set at 1256 pounds, away from the exchange rate on the black market, which about less than a month ago touched the threshold of 5000.

The doubling of the exchange rate is seen as a form of official recognition of the collapse of the Syrian currency, which the central bank declined to acknowledge before the dismissal of its ruler, Hazem Garfoul, who was at least the head of the Syrian regime, Bashar al-Assad.

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Today’s news in the Arab world 👇👇

  • 15 injuries in a train crash in northern Egypt, and sources explain the reason

Last night after midnight, a train accident occurred in northern Egypt in which 15 people were injured, including the worst, when a train at Minya al-Qamh station in Sharqia province derailed, causing panic and fear among passengers.

Egyptian media report that the “Cairo-Zagazig” train left the tracks near Minya al-Qamh station and caused injuries. They were all transferred to Minya al-Qamh Central Hospital in Sharqia.

Immediately after the accident, hundreds of residents and youth of the town of Minya al-Qamh and neighboring villages gathered to help transport the injured to ambulances and traffic.

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  • The rocket attack is aimed at Erbil Airport, northern Iraq … and the sirens of the US Consulate

Erbil International Airport in the Iraqi region of Kurdistan, where US troops are stationed, was subjected to a missile attack on Wednesday night – Thursday, as confirmed by the anti-terrorist service in the region, while a group called “Brigades of Blood Awliya” attack accepted.

The Interior Ministry in the Iraqi Kurdistan region said an explosion had been heard near Erbil International Airport and authorities were investigating the crash.

The interior of the region added that the airport was bombed by a march caught on the International Coalition Forces center, noting that the bombing damaged the building while investigations are still ongoing to determine where the march is.

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  • A car bomb blast in Baghdad and a primary toll, killing more than 12 people

Today, Thursday, a car exploded in Sadr City east of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, killing and injuring civilians.

Iraqi media report that 12 people were killed and injured, the main result of an explosion that occurred in Al-Habibia in the city of Sadr, east of the capital Baghdad.

Baghdad is witnessing constant attacks by ISIS cells while authorities try to pursue them.

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  • Putin calls Hariri and confirms that he supports the procedures for forming a new Lebanese government

The Russian Kremlin reported on Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin had called Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri, who is on an official visit to Moscow.

A statement from the Kremlin said that Hariri had briefed Putin on the development of the internal situation in Lebanon, as well as on initial measures to form a new government and overcome the economic crisis. The Russian side reaffirmed Russia’s principled position in support of Lebanon’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity.

The statement added that both sides discussed a number of issues of joint cooperation and stressed the need to strengthen economic and trade relations between the two countries.

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Today’s news around the world 👇👇

  • America imposes sanctions on Russia and expels 10 Russian diplomats from Washington

The White House today, Thursday, announced the expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats from the diplomatic mission in Washington.

In a statement, the U.S. Treasury Department announced the imposition of new sanctions against Russia, which affected 32 individuals and entities for their conduct of Russian interference in the 2020 U.S. elections.

The White House said: The US will continue to defend its interests, and Russia will pay the price for its actions aimed at harming American interests.

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  • The first Russian action in response to US sanctions. NATO countries issue a statement

Moscow commented on U.S. sanctions announced against Russia today, Thursday, and said those sanctions “do not suit the interests of both nations.”

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said US President Joe Biden’s actions did not reflect Washington’s interest in normalizing relations.

The Russian spokeswoman considered the US administration responsible for developments in relations between the two countries and noted that “Moscow has repeatedly stressed that such an approach is not in the interests of both nations of the two major nuclear powers, which are historically responsible for the world’s fate.”

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  • The US Secretary of State arrives in Afghanistan on an unannounced visit and the Taliban warn

U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken arrived in Afghanistan today on an unannounced visit to present to the government a plan by President Joe Biden’s administration to withdraw all U.S. forces by 9/11.

Blinken met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, as well as U.S. military and embassy staff, to discuss President Biden’s statement that “the time has come to end the longest-running U.S.-led war in its history.” began after the September 11, 2001 attacks..

Biden announced on Wednesday that the remaining 2,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan would return home by the twentieth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that led to the U.S. invasion.

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  • Canada issued a decision that has long awaited thousands of Syrians, and he recognized it

Canada announced today, Thursday, that it will grant permanent residence to a certain category of foreign students and workers who have come to it and have been residing in the country for some time.

Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendesino has said his country will grant permanent residence to more than 90,000 students and foreign workers who worked on the front lines against the emerging corona virus and helped treat the infected, Sky News reports.

He added during a news conference, “The Corona Pandemic has highlighted the wonderful contributions of newcomers,” and stressed that these new policies will help those in temporary conditions plan for the future in Canada.

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  • The French parliament is passing a controversial comprehensive security law

The French parliament finally passed a controversial comprehensive security law on Thursday, punishing the publication of scenes by French security forces in “unintentional faith”.

Despite mass protests by defenders of civil liberties, the National Assembly approved the text proposed by the French president ‘s party, with the support of 75 deputies and the opposition 33.

New legislation passed by the government of President Emmanuel Macron last October sparked protests across France, and opponents feared restrictions imposed, for example, on freedom of the press.

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  • Putin wants Ukraine … armies are on the front line, so Ukraine will become Russian!

  • Far from war and politics, Hitler is a painter and lover of women who loved his niece

This is the most visible news of the day witnessed by the Arab world and the world, and the Step news agency was able to document it, and more details can be followed through the website and the rest of our platforms on social networking sites.

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