Iranian People Mark 2009 Rallies Known as 9 DeyIranian people have hold mass rallies across the West Asian country to mark the anniversary of 2009 historic rallies, during which people renewed their allegiance to the Islamic establishment and put an end to foreign-orchestrated riots.
Pentagon Undecided on Trump’s Border WallActing US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said on Saturday that no decision has been made on whether to fund a wall at the US-Mexico border using Pentagon’s budget.
New Lebanese Government Wins Parliament Confidence VoteLebanon’s parliament gave a vote of confidence to the new government of Prime Minister Saad Hariri to commence its work about two weeks after the country’s presidency announced the formation of the national unity government.
EU Rebuffs US’ Call for Leaving Iran DealThe European Union rebuffed on Friday a call by the US for Europe to follow in the US’ footsteps and leave the Iran nuclear deal, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said
It Would Be ’Suicidal’ to Go to War with Iran: FMIranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the "same gang" behind the US invasion of Iraq were "at it again" in pushing for war with Iran, and warned that has warned going to a war with the Islamic Republic would be "suicidal" for the US and its allies.
Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan sign deal on Wheat TradeIran, Russia, and Kazakhstan inked Tuesday a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in wheat trading, taking another step towards implementing the Free Trade Zone Agreement signed last year between Iran the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Palestinian Teen Dies from Wounds from Israeli FirePalestinian teenager Hassan Nabil Ahmed Nofal succumbed to his wounds on Tuesday, four day after Israeli regime’s forces shot him by a tear gas canister during clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli soldiers stationed on the border between the eastern Gaza Strip and the occupied territories.
Pope Francis, during his regular Sunday address, voiced deep concerns over humanitarian crisis in Yemen, and called on all sides to respect international agreements and ensure food reaches suffering Yemenis.
In a previously unpublished report to Congress, the Department of Defense said that it has found no evidence of detainee abuse by U.S. allies in Yemen, contradicting reports from journalists, human rights groups, and a U.N. panel of experts that documented torture by U.S.-backed forces.
Thousands of families leaving in Yemen’s Taiz are not getting food aid intended for them, because armed units allied with the Saudi-led and American-backed military coalition steal them, The Associated Press reported on Monday.