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First fuel ship allowed in Yemen’s Hodeida as part of truce
A tanker carrying badly needed fuel arrived in Yemen’s blockaded port of Hodeida on Sunday, as a cease-fire meant to stop the fighting in the war-torn country for two months entered its first full day.
Kazakhstan says 164 killed in week of protests
Kazakhstan's Health Ministry said Sunday that 164 people had been killed in protests that rocked the country over the past week.
Kazakh president gives shoot-to-kill order to restore calm, vows to destroy ‘armed bandits’
Iran calls for peaceful settlement amid protests over fuel prices
Japan's wholesale inflation hits 40-year high as fuel costs spike
Japan's wholesale inflation hit a four-decade high in October, following a similar spike in China's factory gate prices as supply bottlenecks and rising commodity costs threatened Asian corporate profits.
Iran sympathizes with Sierra Leone over deadly fuel tanker blast
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman expressed condolences to Sierra Leone following a fuel tanker explosion that killed scores of people in the West African country’s capital, Freetown.
Iran to resume fuel exports within two weeks: Minister
Iran’s Oil Minister Javad Owji said exports of petroleum products from the country including fuel will resume within the next two weeks amid plans by refiners to ramp up output to respond to a growing domestic demand and to increase overseas shipments.
US, Israel likely behind cyberattack on fuel system: Iran
The head of Iran’s Passive Defense Organization said the United States and Israel were likely the culprits behind a cyberattack that interrupted the sales of fuel at gas stations across the country, but said a technical investigation was yet to be completed.
Iran Oil Ministry to help provide fuel for power plants: Energy minster
Iran’s Oil Ministry will supply fuel for storage for the country’s power plants in the upcoming months, said the energy minister.
Iran to continue fuel shipment to Lebanon: Amir-Abdollahian
Hezbollah chief: Iran has proven to be ‘sincere ally’ in difficult times
British Army to start driving tankers as queues for fuel continue
British soldiers will start driving tankers to replenish empty pumps as drivers queued again for fuel after days of shortages, despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the situation was improving.
Calls to prioritise key workers in UK fuel crisis
The UK government on Tuesday faced calls for nurses, police, teachers and other key workers to be given priority at petrol pumps, as the army was put on standby to ease a fuel supply crisis.
Fuel 'panic-buying' in UK could see army to rescue
Britain experienced further 'panic-buying' of motor fuel Monday as a shortage of lorry drivers on COVID and Brexit fallout could reportedly prompt the government to use the army to make deliveries.
Second ship carrying Iranian fuel to Lebanon arrives in Syria
The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement announced the arrival of a second Iranian tanker ship loaded with diesel in Syria in order to help ease crippling fuel shortages in crisis-stricken Lebanon amid a dire economic crisis.
Afghanistan under neo-Taliban rule
Here are the latest developments in Afghanistan following the second takeover of the country by the Taliban militant group on August 15:
US issues sanctions after Hezbollah imports Iranian fuel to Lebanon
The United States has imposed sanctions on Lebanon and Kuwait-based financial conduits as well as financial facilitators and front companies that accused of funding and supporting the Lebanese resistance group Hezbollah and Iran.

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