Israeli Regime’s Killing of Gazans May Amount to War Crimes: UNIsraeli regime’s rights violations during crackdown on Palestinian protesters in the Gaza Strip may amount to “war crimes”, a UN fact-finding mission reported, urging Tel Aviv to prevent military snipers from using lethal forces against the demonstrators.
UK Servicing Saudi Jets Striking Yemen: MinisterBritain’s Armed Forces Minister Mark Lancaster has admitted that his country is servicing fighter jets supplied to Saudi Arabia which are being used in a bloody aggression against neighboring Yemen.
China Detained 13,000 ‘Terrorists’ Since 2014China claimed on Monday it has arrested tens of thousands of “terrorists” since four years ago in its volatile western Xinjiang region, which is home to millions of Muslim minorities, including Uighurs.
Iran, Kurds Will Never Forget Halabja Massacre: Foreign MinisterIranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has recalled the massacre of Iraqi Kurds at the hands of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hossein in a chemical attack on March 16, 1988, saying Western governments would fail in their attempts to whitewash the incident, Press TV reported.
Yemeni has advanced aircraft as well as the coordinates of legitimate targets in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi, which can be hit in retaliation for the war being waged against the country by Saudi Arabia and its regional allies, including the United Arab Emirates, army spokesman Brigadier Yahya Sare’e said.
American Senators are set to decide on Wednesday to withdraw The US support for the Saudi Arabia-led military aggression on Yemen, pushing Donald Trump’s administration to toughen its policy toward Riyadh.
What’s driving the feral dogs to attack is an acquired taste for human flesh. One of the most gruesome scenes you see after every massacre is hungry dogs roaming around a place to eat corpses or what remains of them.
Yemen’s Ansarullah movement denounced recent remarks by British Secretary of State on the control of Hudaydah port, saying Jeremy Hunt is distorting the terms of a UN-mediated ceasefire deal reached between the Yemeni warring sides in Sweden over the strategic Red Sea port city.
The Pentagon has awarded its top weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp nearly $1 billion on behalf of Saudi Arabia for the installation of the US military giant’s THAAD missile system in the kingdom, CNBC reported.