According to the prosecutor, Kayhan's Monday headline, "Ansarullah's Missile Targets Riyadh; Dubai Is Next Target", was "against the Islamic Republic of Iran's principled policies on regional security and issues".
Kayhan's Monday headline came a few hours after IRGC Chief-Commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari categorically denied the Islamic Republic's involvement in the missile attack on Riyadh worldwide airport, and stressed that it is not even possible for Iran to transfer any missile to Houthi Ansarullah fighters in Yemen.
His statements came days after Saudi air defense forces intercepted a ballistic missile they said was sacked towards the capital Riyadh on Saturday.
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That's when police say he pulled out a 14-inch baby royal python that had been tucked away in his pants . But, according to the report , police arrested one of the men after he allegedly got aggressive.
Yemen's Houthi militia quickly claimed responsibility for the missile.
Reiterating Iran's support for the regional peace and stability, the president dismissed the Saudi allegation of Tehran's meddling in the other countries, stressing that Iran has been helping Iraq and Syria in the fight against terrorism at the request of their own governments.
Saudi Arabia accuses Iran of arming Houthi rebels, who overran much of Yemen, including the capital Sanaa, in 2014.
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Pochettino did though add that he is "in love" with Levy for giving him a chance to manage Spurs, writing history with the club thanks to Levy's support.
The sudden nature of his resignation has fuelled widespread speculation in Lebanon that the Saudi-allied politician has been caught up in a regional power struggle between Iran and Saudi Arabia and coerced into stepping down.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have been fighting the Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen since 2015.
Since then, more than 10,000 people have been killed, millions forced from their homes, and the country facing severe starvation and a deadly cholera outbreak.
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Besiktas are now first in their Champions League Group and have lifted the Turkish Super League title for the past two seasons. Despite reports of Besiktas' interest turning out to be false, Fellaini's precarious situation hasn't changed.