This is a summary of 4 AMN articles on the following subjects: Russia, Syria, Houthi, Saudi, Yemen, Mediterraean, Iran, Israel.
Categories covered in this brief: Syria, Gulf, Yemen, Iran, Israel
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- Russian Ka-226 choppers spotted in Syria for the first time: video
- Houthi leader threatens Arab Coalition with ‘military surprises’ and ‘greater victories’
- Syria reopens ports after 24 hour closure
- Israeli cargo ship damaged by Iranian missile in Arabian Sea: Israeli media
Published 2021-03-25 22:49:57 by News Desk in Syria
BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:40 P.M.) – Russian Ka-226 light multi-purpose helicopters were first seen during a training exercise by the Syrian Arab Army’s 25th Special Mission Forces (formerly Tiger Forces), Sputnik Arabic reported on Thursday. This aircraft is considered a light helicopter with a maximum take-off weight of 3,600kg. It can carry a crew of one or two people and a payload weighing 785kg or up to 7 passengers. Its cruising speed is 190 km/hr and its maximum speed is 210-220 km/hr. The flight range of these helicopters is 475-600 km, and they have the same great advantage of being able… Read on ->
Tags: Russia, Syria
Published 2021-03-25 22:22:13 by News Desk in Gulf, Yemen
BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 P.M.) – The leader of the Ansarallah Movement (Houthi Movement) in Yemen, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, threatened the Saudi-led Arab Coalition on Thursday with new military surprises and greater victories during the seventh year of the war. This came in a speech delivered by Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi on the occasion of the “National Day of Resilience,” during which he stressed that Yemen will continue to defend itself as long as the attacks continue, according to Al-Masirah TV . “The Americans, Saudis and some countries tried to persuade us to barter the humanitarian file with military and political agreements, and we… Read on ->
Tags: Houthi, Saudi, Yemen
Published 2021-03-25 21:46:03 by News Desk in Syria
BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 P.M.) – On Thursday, the General Administration of Syrian Sea Ports reopened commercial ports in the Syrian governorates of Tartous and Latakia, as well as the oil terminal in Baniyas. A post on the official page of the Syrian Ministry of Transport on Facebook stated: “Commercial ports in Latakia, Tartous and the Baniyas oil terminal have reopened to shipping traffic after the improvement of weather conditions. The Ministry of Transport announced earlier on Wednesday, the closure of ports in the country to maritime navigation in due to bad weather, and the closure also included fishing and picnic… Read on ->
Tags: Mediterraean, Syria
Published 2021-03-25 19:19:58 by News Desk in Iran, Israel
A cargo ship owned by Israeli XT Management suffered damage after being hit by an “Iranian missile” as it sailed through the Arabian Sea on its way from Tanzania to India, Channel 12 News reported without revealing its sources. The broadcaster said that the ship’s owner was notified of the attack and that a decision was made to allow the vessel to continue its journey to its destination in India, where it will reportedly undergo repairs. The report did not include the name of the ship that had supposedly been damaged by the missile. The media claims that the Israeli… Read on ->
Tags: Iran, Israel
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