This is a summary of 5 AMN articles on the following subjects: Japan, Hama, Syria, Ahed Tamimi, London Protest, Palestine, Israel, Iran.

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Japan rules F-35 disappearance as ‘mystery’ after US fails find aircraft

Published 2019-05-11 23:36:45 by News Desk in World-News

The US Navy has officially called off its search for Japan’s missing F-35A, with Tokyo promising to continue looking for the plane’s remains, as well as its missing pilot, using its own state of the art military and civilian vessels. The US deployment included a guided-missile destroyer, multiple P-8A Poseidon aircraft, at least one U-2 spy plane and a remotely operated CURV 21 salvaging vehicle with advanced sonar onboard. The US swept the area where the plane had disappeared on April 9, combing over 5,000 square nautical miles of ocean. However, apart from a flight data recorderwhich was damaged beyond repair, a piece of the canopy, and parts from the plane’s tail fins, the joint search… Read on ->

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Syrian Army scores big advance in northwestern Hama, 5 towns captured

Published 2019-05-11 23:04:05 by News Desk in Syria

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:40 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) scored a big advance in the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate on Saturday after launching another wide-scale assault in this area. Led by the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Army began the day by storming the militant-held towns of Midan Ghazal, Arimah, and Al-Shari’ah; this resulted in a heavy battle with the jihadist rebels that were defending this part of northwestern Hama. Ultimately, the Syrian Army’s attack proved too much for the militant forces as they were forced to retreat towards the Idlib Governorate’s border. The Syrian Army then fully… Read on ->

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Tags: Hama, Syria

Ahed Tamimi Leads Thousands Of London Protesters For Nakba Day Protest

Published 2019-05-11 21:16:38 by Robert Inlakesh in Middleeast, Palestine

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (8:00 P.M)- Palestinian icon Ahed Tamimi led thousands of protesters today in London, for the UK national demonstration commemorating the Nakba (Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine). Thousands packed the streets of London today, marching from Portland Place to Whitehall, in a demonstration led by Ahed Tamimi. Ahed Tamimi became most well known after she was imprisoned by Israel for slapping a soldier who was trespassing on her families property, the incident happened following the shooting of her family member. Ahed spoke to a crowd of cheering supporters of the Palestinian cause, delivering the speech not far from Prime Minister… Read on ->

Tags: Ahed Tamimi, London Protest, Palestine

Israel vows to eliminate Syria’s S-300 system if they use it

Published 2019-05-11 10:15:44 by News Desk in Middleeast, Syria

Israel has the full arsenal needed to take on Hezbollah in Lebanon and eliminate the Iranian threat in Syria, the outgoing IDF Northern Command chief boasted, warning Damascus against using S-300s to protect its sovereignty. “If our freedom of movement is threatened, we will remove the threat. We know how to do that,” General Yoel Strick told Ynet News, adding that Israel will soon introduce “advanced weapons systems” to ensure it can continue to violate neighboring states’ airspace and to strike targets in Syria with impunity If the Syrians employ Russian S-300s against our planes, and we take them out,… Read on ->

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Tags: Israel, Syria

Iran secretly delivers 1 million barrels of oil to Syria

Published 2019-05-11 09:48:22 by News Desk in Iran, Syria

At a moment the Persian Gulf is heating up given the highest tensions and exchange of threats in years between the US and Iran, Tehran is running the high risk gambit of restarting its crude transfers to Syria. A new CNBC report finds, “Tanker-tracking firms believe Iran is once again shipping crude oil to Syria, resuming the illicit trade as tensions with Washington rise and the Islamic Republic faces increasing international isolation.” Specifically a one million barrel delivery was reportedly made through the Syrian port of Baniyas in early May, the first since the end of 2018, according to and ClipperData. Washington… Read on ->

Tags: Iran, Syria

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