Al-Manar TV Lebanon Al-Manar TV Lebanon Lebanese Army Arrests 5 Syrian Terrorists in Shebaa The Lebanese army intelligence arrested in the southern town of Shebaa 5 Syrians as they were contacting the terrorists on the neighboring barrens in preparation to join them, according to Al-Manar reporter. New Kerry, Zarif Meeting in Iran Talks: US US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Vienna on Saturday afternoon, their first direct talks of the day, a US official said. Syrian Army Regains Zibdin Eastern Gouta after Withdrawal of Terrorists The Syrian army regained control over Zibdin town, eastern Gouta, after the withdrawal of the terrorist groups, according to Al-Manar reporter. Salam: Release of Kidnapped Soldiers Must Respect Lebanon’s Rights, Dignity Lebanese PM Salam decried the Lebanese current situation in comparison with the modern history represented in independence men, considering the country’s present status initiates from accumulated malpractices over the years. Punitive Israeli House Demolitions a War Crime: HRW Human Rights Watch called on the Zionist entity Saturday to stop razing the homes of Palestinians accused of “attacking” Israelis, saying the practice can constitute a war crime Pakistani Taliban Claim Karachi Attack on Political Camp The Pakistani Taliban on Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack on a political party camp in the southern city of Karachi which wounded at least 15 people. Kiev Claims Russia has 7,500 Troops in Ukraine Russia has 7,500 troops in the east of the country, where pro-Moscow separatists have been fighting government troops for months Bahraini Regime Holds its Vote amid Calls for Boycott Voters in Bahrain cast ballots Saturday in the Persian Gulf country’s first parliamentary election since the opposition’s peaceful protests erupted four years ago Obama’s U-Turn on Afghanistan: US Combat Role Secretly Extended US President Barack Obama has secretly signed an order which allows US troops to be involved in combat operations in Afghanistan throughout 2015. Gunmen Execute 28 on Kenya Bus near Somalia Border Gunmen seized a bus in northeastern Kenya near the Somali border early Saturday and executed 28 non-Muslim passengers, police said, blaming the attack on Shebab extremists 2 Israelis Stabbed in Fight with Palestinians in East Jerusalem Two Israelis were stabbed and lightly injured Friday evening in East Jerusalem after provoking local residents in the Palestinian neighborhood of al-Tur, witnesses said. Zarif Ends Talks with EU3, Starts Bilateral Negotiations with Hammond Negotiations between Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and top diplomats from the three main European countries ended and shortly afterwards Zarif and British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond started bilateral talks Russia, Saudi Arabia against ‘Politicized’ Oil Prices: Lavrov Moscow and Riyadh both want to see oil prices react to market forces, and not to geopolitical muscle flexing, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, said Friday. US Escalates its Failed Strategy in Syria The training of these militants will be carried out by Turkish and American military, but the equipment and the cost of the training will be entirely paid by the US Bahraini Regime Troops Suppress Mass anti-Elections Demonstration in Diraz The Bahraini regime troops suppressed on Friday an anti-election demonstration in Diraz, using tear bombs and flying helicopters at low altitude above the demonstrators. Jordan Arrests Brotherhood Deputy for Criticizing UAE Jordan has arrested the deputy leader of the country’s Muslim Brotherhood after he criticized the United Arab Emirates for classifying the movement as a "terrorist organization" Qahwaji: War against Terrorists to Persist till Victory Lebanese Army chief Gen. Jean Qahwaji on Friday confirmed that war against terrorist organizations continues, praising the Army’s latest achievements in thwarting a "dream" to form a terrorist "Emirate" in Lebanon. Six ISIL Terrorists Killed Eastern Ramadi Six ISIL terrorists were killed eastern Ramadi after clashes with local clans, tribal sources reported. Qaeda to Yemen’s Houthis: You Are Our Target Al-Qaeda military chief in Yemen has vowed to launch fierce attacks against Yemen revolutionaries, Ansarullah movements, who are also called as Houthis. ’Israel’ Announces Frustrating Hamas Plot to Assassinate Lieberman in West Bank ’Israel’ has arrested four Palestinians suspected of planning to kill Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman with an anti-tank rocket while he drove to his settlement in the occupied West Bank, Israeli officials say. Russia Warns US against Supplying ‘Lethal Defensive Aid’ to Ukraine Moscow has warned Washington a potential policy shift from supplying Kiev with “non-lethal aid” to “defensive lethal weapons” Abdullah Gul: Turkey under Erdogan Doomed to Fail Former Turkish President Abdullah Gul slammed the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, warning that Ankara is doomed to collapse if it continues its foreign policy on Iraq and Syria Bahrain Regime: We Won’t Paralyze Country in Order to Reach Deal with Opposition Al-Khalifa regime in Bahrain said it will not paralyze the country in order to reach an agreement with the opposition, a deal which would send the current crisis in the country. Meetings on Iran’s Nuclear Program Continue as Deadline May be Extended officials close to the talks said on Thursday the deadline may be extended from Monday until March because of sharp disagreements between Tehran and world powers. Japan Lower House Dissolved ahead of Election The lower chamber of Japan’s parliament was dissolved Friday in readiness for a general election, expected next month, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeks to consolidate his grip on power