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6pm News – Iran: What We Know About Al-Qaeda Number Two Death

A spectacular operation. Saturday, November 14 New York Times revealed the end result of the murder of Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, al-Qaeda number 2. The newspaper claims the man was killed on a Tehran street last August by an Israeli commando team.

While the Iranian authorities had passed the individual off as a 58-year-old Lebanese history professor, the New York newspaper claims he was an executive of the terrorist group. Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah was shot dead at the request of the US secret services on August 7. This is the anniversary date of the 1998 bombings on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, of which he was the organizer.

Therefore, the operation is the result of collaboration between the United States and Israel. A “totally plausible” scenario, according to Amélie Ferey. For the researcher at the Sciences Po International Research Center (CERI), “the operational mode of sending a command to assassinate a previously identified target is quite frequent.” This process would aim to demonstrate that “The enemies of Israel and the enemies of the United States are vulnerable everywhere.. “

Iran, for its part, denied the facts and invoked information fabricated by Tehran’s enemies.

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Miscellaneous facts – A case of coronavirus has been detected in one of the guests at a party organized on Friday 13 November in Joinville-le-Pont, in Val-de-Marne. The evening brought together more than 300 people in a pavilion and violence broke out after the intervention of the police.

United States – Donald Trump seemed to be opening the door a bit for the first time since the results of the presidential election. Speaking about the coronavirus outbreak, he said that “time will tell what administration we will haveBut whatever happens in the future, I can tell you that this administration will not impose a lockdown. “

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