Al-Manar TV Lebanon Al-Manar TV Lebanon Two Pilots Killed in Russian Military Jet Crash Two pilots of a Russian military aircraft were killed Monday when their jet crashed during a training mission in the far east of the country Sayyed Safieddine: Resistance defended Lebanon against Massacres, Destruction Head of Hezbollah Executive Board, Sayyed Hashem Safieddine, said that Lebanon passes through serious and delicate situation, urging dialogue between different Lebanese sides. Putin Tells Tsipras He Supports Greeks to ’Overcome Difficulties’ Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday told Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras he supported Greeks in overcoming the "difficulties" they faced after their resounding ’No’ to creditors’ bailout terms, the Kremlin said. Prominent ISIL Commanders Killed in Iraq Airstrikes Prominent commanders in the ranks of the Takfir group, ISIL were killed in nine wide-scale operations in Iraq. Austria Files EU Complaint against UK Nuclear Plant Austria has filed a legal challenge at the European Court of Justice against EU-granted state subsidies for a new nuclear power plant in Britain Iran’s Zarif: There are Still Some Disagreements Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Monday that there were still some disagreements on some issues concerning the comprehensive draft on the Iranian nuclear program Turkey Mulls Direct Military Intervention in Syria Turkish military called on all troop commanders stationed along its border with Syria to be present at a meeting aimed at discussing a possible intervention in the crisis-hit country Iraq warplane Accidentally Bombs Baghdad, Killing 7: Officials A bomb fell from an Iraqi Sukhoi warplane and exploded in eastern Baghdad on Monday because of a "technical problem", killing at least seven people, security and medical officials said. Yemeni Army, Committees Storm Saudi Al-Makhrooq Military Post The Yemeni state-run Al-Masira TV channel broadcast on Sunday night video images of storming the Saudi Al-Makhrooq military post on borders between the two countries. Egyptian Army Kills 63 Militants in North Sinai Operation Egypt’s military launched air strikes and ground operations that killed 63 gunmen in North Sinai on Sunday. US Fuelled Rise of ISIL in Iraq, Syria: Report The United States and its Western allies have been playing with jihadi groups as they exploited their existence, a report said few days ago. Hezbollah, Syrian Army Head towards Central Zabadani Hezbollah fighters and the Syrian army forces are advancing into the depth of Zabadani city, following the control over several residential blocs in Al-Sultani neighborhood to the south. Burundi Rejects Second UN Diplomat Burundi on Sunday rejected a second UN diplomat named to help resolve the country’s political crisis, saying a critical report about last week’s parliamentary elections demonstrated bias. US Spied on Brazil’s President, Top Officials The US spy agency bugged the phone of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff along with her top political and financial officials. US, France: Nuclear Talks Could Go either Way Top ministers were due to meet Monday seeking to conclude the nuclear deal with Iran, on the eve of the deadline set by top negotiators. At least 44 killed, 47 Injured in Twin Blasts in Central Nigerian City At least 44 people have been killed in twin bomb blasts in the central Nigerian city of Jos, the country’s main relief agency says Greece Referendum Rejects Terms of Int’l Creditors, EU "Respects" Results More than 61 percent of Greek voters on Sunday rejected fresh austerity demands by the country’s EU-IMF creditors in an unprecedented referendum. UN Envoy Arrives in Yemen as Saudi Aggression Continues The UN special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed arrived in Sanaa on Sunday to press efforts to broker a ceasefire in the war-torn country. Kuwait Mulls Charging More than 40 over Mosque Bomb Kuwait is considering charging more than 40 people in connection with a deadly suicide bombing which hit al-Sadeq Mosque claimed by ISIL. Tunisia Beach Gunman Had Worked in Tourism: PM The Tunisian gunman behind the June 26 attack at a resort that killed 38 foreigners had worked in the tourism industry, Prime Minister Habib Essid said in an interview published Sunday. Araqchi: Nuclear Deal to Become UN Document Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said that the comprehensive nuclear agreement between Tehran and world powers is to become an international document Syrian Army, Hezbollah Enter Zabadani Syrian army and Hezbollah resistance fighters entered Zabadani on Sunday, the last stronghold of the Takfiri militants on the border area with Lebanon. How Significant Is Zabadani for Syrian Army, Hezbollah? Achievements secured by the Syrian army and Hezbollah fighters in Qalamoun and Arsal barrens will be fulfilled by the seizure of Zabadani which occupies a strategic position. Imam Khamenei: Other Motives behind Sanctions on Iran Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei said that there are other motives behind sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic. US Raids on ISIL’s Syria Stronghold Kill 22 including Civilians Six civilians, including a child, were among at least 22 people killed in US air strikes on the stronghold of the Takfiri group, ISIL (so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria), on Saturday and Sunday, a monitor said.