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.
Saudi Arabia Heart of Evil: Senior Iranian CommanderDeputy commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has slammed Saudi Arabia as “the heart of evil” in the West Asia and the entire world as well, emphasizing that the Islamic Republic has been making plans for defeating its enemies and avenging the blood of its terror victims, Press TV reported.
US Seeks to Split Syria: RussiaRussian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned on Tuesday that the US seeks to partition Syria and create a quasi-state on the Euphrates River’s east bank in northern Syria, Sputnik reported.
Maduro Slams Trump’s ‘Nazi-Like’ SpeechVenezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has rebuked the “Nazi-style” rhetoric of US President Donald Trump effectively ordered Latin American country’s military to support opposition leader Juan Guaido, if they care about their future.
Enemies Cannot Hurt Iranian Nation: LeaderLeader of Islamic Republic of Iran Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei said on Monday that presence of millions of people to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Revolution, once again proved that the enemies cannot hurt the Iranian nation.
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.
Hours after Indian TV channels flashed that the country was deporting seven Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar, Sahidullah said he received a call from his nephew: “Uncle, please get us out of here. They will send us back too.”
UN investigators said in a report on Tuesday that Rohingya Muslims had faced four of five prohibited acts defined as genocide at the hands of the Myanmarese army, and called for the prosecution of the Buddhist regime’s top military officials.
A Reuters investigation provides the first comprehensive account of the precise role played by Myanmar’s 33rd and 99th light infantry divisions in the savage offensive, and the close ties between the army’s commander in chief and its elite troops.
Myanmarese regime reportedly evicted from police housing the family of a policeman who has testified at court how police planted secret documents on Reuters reporters to “entrap” them, who were covering state-sponsored violence against minority Rohingya Muslims.
The United Nations has blacklisted Myanmarese regime’s military for carrying out widespread sexual violence as a strategy to terrorize the Buddhist state’s minority Muslim Rohingyas and to drive them out of the land they lived in.
UN has criticized recent remarks by Myanmarese army chief against Rohingyas, hinting that regime officials of the predominantly Buddhist country are involved in the incitement of hatred against the minority Muslim community.