Al-Manar TV Lebanon Al-Manar TV Lebanon White House Drone Crash Pilot Works for US Intel The pilot of an unmanned commercial drone that crashed at the White House and sparked a security alert works for the US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, officials revealed Tuesday. Sayyed Houthi: Foreign Powers Conspiring against People of Yemen The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement has accused some foreign powers of conspiring against Yemen and its nation amid the political tensions in the Arab country. Sheikh Qassem: ’Israel’ Failed to Change Strategic Formula after Quneitra Attack Hezbollah Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naim Qassem said that the Zionist entity moves through successive disappointments and defeats Terrorists Continue Rocket Attacks in Provinces, Killing 3 Civilians Three civilians were killed and four others were injured on Tuesday as takfiri terrorist organizations targeted the city and villages of Latakia province with a volley of rockets. Libyan Forces Surround Tripoli’s Largest Hotel, 12 Hostages Taken Gunmen have stormed a luxury hotel in Libya’s capital, killing at least five foreigners and three guards, Obama Lands in Saudi Arabia for Talks with New King US President Barack Obama landed in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to shore up ties with new King Salman and offer condolences after the death of his predecessor Abdullah. Israeli Media: Two Rockets Fell on Occupied Golan Heights According to Zionist media outlets, two rockets fell on Tuesday afternoon northern the occupied Golan Heights. UN Halts Gaza House Repairs Saying Donors Failed to Pay up The UN agency for Palestinian refugees said on Tuesday that it cannot afford to repair Gaza homes damaged in last year’s Israeli offensive because donors have failed to pay. Erdogan Says No to Syrian Kurdistan Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said his country opposes the idea of a Kurdish-controlled autonomous government in northern Syria. Kurds Vow to Liberate Kobani Neighboring Villages Kurdish fighters who regained on Monday the city of Ein-Arab (Kobanî) on the Syrian border with Turkey, state Tuesday they would continue to fight to expel the militants of ISIL from neighboring areas of the city. Putin Says Ukraine Army “Foreign Legion” for NATO, Alliance Hits back NATO’s chief has dismissed as "nonsense" a claim by Russia’s Vladimir Putin that the Ukrainian army operates as a "foreign legion" for the alliance. Bahrain’s Al-Wefaq Calls for General Boycott in Solidarity with Sheikh Salman Bahrain’s al-Wefaq group called on opposition crowds to boycott official dealings and all means of shopping in the country in protest to the “vexatious” trial of the group’s Secretary General, Sheikh Ali Salman. Washington Closes Embassy in Yemen amid Escalating Political Situation The U.S. embassy in Yemeni capital Sanaa on Monday closed its doors until further notice and urged U.S. citizens to avoid traveling to the country. Bomb in Alexandria Kills 2 Egyptians in Police Station Two people were killed and two others injured when an explosive charge went off near a police station in Egypt’s coastal city of Alexandria in the early hours of Tuesday. Despite Diplomatic Thaw, Fidel Castro Distrusts US Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro says he distrusts the United States, despite a diplomatic thaw between the two countries. Fourth Round of Dialogue: Hezbollah, Future Back Army against Terrorism Representatives of Hezbollah and Future movement agreed on Monday night to back the Lebanese army and security forces in their battle against terrorism. Syrian Army Fools ISIL near Deir Ezzor Airport Ten militants of the so-called ’Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ (ISIL) terrorist group were killed in the operation carried out by Syrian army and national defense forces after infiltrating into their sites. Ten Dead, 13 Injured in Greek Fighter Jet Crash in Spain A Greek fighter jet crashed Monday on takeoff at a military airbase in Spain housing a NATO training centre for elite pilots, killing 10 people and injuring 13, the defense ministry said. Lavrov: Moscow Meeting Should Lead to Internationally Backed Negotiations Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow talks on Syria crisis aims at letting the "conflicting parties" discuss the different ways of reaching peace. Israeli Drones Fly over Southern Lebanon Israeli drones flew over the villages of the western sector and the city of Tyre, NNA reported on Monday. Syrian Army Inflicts Heavy Losses upon Terrorists across Country The Syrian army continued stepped-up operations against positions of terrorist organizations all across the countries, inflicting severe losses upon their ranks in personnel and destroying their vehicles as well as weaponry. ISIL Affiliate in Egypt Claims Executing Police Officer The Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, affiliate of the so-called ’Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ (ISIL) terrorist group, claimed in a video released Monday the killing of a police officer whose body was found almost two weeks ago. Nigeria Vote Delay Would Be Boko Haram ’Victory’ Nigeria’s opposition said Monday that delaying next month’s election because of raging Boko Haram violence would mark "a victory" for the insurgents, and urged the government to respect the electoral calendar. WikiLeaks Accuses Google of Handing over Emails to US WikiLeaks on Monday accused Internet giant Google of handing over the emails and electronic data of its senior staff to the US authorities, and not notifying them for almost three years. Iraqi Army Regains Diyala from ISIL, Launches Campaign to Liberate Anbar Iraqi forces have liberated Diyala province from ISIL terrorist group, retaking all populated areas of the eastern province, a top army officer said on Monday.