On Friday, the Iraqi Security Media Cell reported that three Katyusha rockets landed in the vicinity of Baghdad International Airport without causing any casualties.
Sudanese military sources said on Friday evening that a limited explosion occurred at a military facility south of the capital, Khartoum, confirming that no casualties were reported.
The Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed today to hold a seven-day summit of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, in addition to Germany and Iran to define steps that aim at avoiding a confrontation over the arms embargo on Iran, and France declared its support for this proposal.
On Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice confirmed that it seized oil shipments that were on four vessels sent by Iran to Venezuela which is experiencing a stifling economic crisis, declaring that the shipments were linked to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
The American envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey, confirmed that the Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria was established by the people to fight ISIS and then administer their areas, and indicated that the Syrian regime is weak but will not collapse. He expected that Russia will push al-Assad to sit at the negotiating table.
The government forces bombed sites of the Turkish mercenaries in the southern countryside of Idlib, while the latter targeted Saraqeb city which is controlled by government forces.
An unknown drone targeted a leader of the Ahrar al-Sham Movement mercenaries in the village of Kafr Jannah in the occupied Afrin canton.
The US Department of Justice announced that it has thwarted efforts by Al Qaeda and ISIS to raise funds through digital currencies through schemes that include selling fake safety equipment to prevent "Covid-19" to American hospitals.
The Afghan authorities announced on Friday that they had begun releasing 400 Taliban prisoners, a prerequisite for starting peace negotiations between the two parties.
An official source in the Arab League revealed that the Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit informed the Iraqi Foreign Minister that the coming stage will witness collective Arab stances to confront the Turkish interference in Arab countries' affairs.
The French Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Thursday that France condemns the Turkish bombing that led to the killing of Iraqi border guards in Hewler, describing it as a "dangerous development."