War crimes prosecutor seeks jurisdiction over Rohingya deportations

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has asked it to rule on whether it has jurisdiction over the deportations of Rohingya people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, a possible crime against humanity

Deadly gas attack reported on Syrian rebel enclave, Damascus denies


A Syrian rebel group accused government forces on Saturday of launching a deadly chemical attack on civilians in a rebel-held town in eastern Ghouta

Gazans converge on Israel border for 2nd week of demos

Since Friday morning, thousands of Palestinians have converged on the Gaza Strip’s eastern border with Israel to take part in ongoing anti-occupation demonstrations

2 more Palestinians martyred amid ongoing Gaza rallies

A Palestinian man was martyred by Israeli army forces on Thursday near the Gaza Strip’s eastern border with Israel, the Palestinian Health Ministry said Thursday

Britain: We raise the issue of Rohingya constantly in international forums to create awareness of the importance of resolving it


The British prime minister said her country is constantly raising the issue of the oppressed Rohingya in the United Nations and directly with the Myanmar government “to continuously create awareness that this issue must be addressed by people”

Israeli violence in Gaza 'unlawful, calculated': HRW


'Israel did not present any evidence that Palestinians used firearms’ during the March 30 Land Day demonstrations

Myanmar lures Bangladeshi Buddhists to take over Rohingya land: Officials



Myanmar authorities have lured dozens of mainly Buddhist Bangladeshi tribal families to cross the border and resettle on land abandoned by fleeing Muslim Rohingya

Sixteen Palestinians killed, hundreds injured as 'Land Day' protest begins along Israeli border

At least 16 Palestinians were killed and hundreds injured by Israeli security forces confronting one of the largest Palestinian demonstrations along the Israel-Gaza border in recent years, Gaza medical officials have said

UN chief ’shocked’ by top Myanmar general’s comments on Rohingya


UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has expressed shock over Myanmar army chief’s reported remarks that Rohingyas have nothing in common with the country’s other ethnic groups, calling on the leaders to take a unified stance against incitement to hatred

Starbucks and other coffee companies must put cancer warning on California coffee, judge rules


A Los Angeles judge has ruled that Starbucks Corporation and other coffee companies must put a cancer warning label on coffee products sold in California because of a chemical produced in the roasting process.

Buddhist man kills a Rohingya man ..the authorities did not investigate nor arrested him

The perpetrator remains free, according to the victim’s family, and the authorities did not investigate nor arrested him

How populism turned Myanmar’s ‘democracy’ against Rohingya Muslims

At the same time as a democratic system is being revived in Myanmar after half-a-century of military dictatorship, strong challenges have re-emerged. A racist, authoritarian populism is being directed against Muslim minorities

We are announcing the joint statement of 197 members of the European Parliament in support of Iranian people’s uprising for a democratic change.

We are announcing the joint statement of 197 members of the European Parliament in support of Iranian people’s uprising for a democratic change.

Florida officials met hours before bridge collapse, concluded crack not a safety concern

Engineers, state and university officials met hours before a new pedestrian bridge collapsed in southern Florida, killing six people, but concluded a crack in the structure was not a safety concern, Florida International University said on Saturday

Turkish army, FSA liberate 15 more villages in Afrin


The Turkish military and Free Syrian Army (FSA) on Thursday liberated 15 more villages in northwestern Syria from the control of YPG/PKK terrorists

The dead bodies of two Rohingya children were found

Local residents in the city of Arakan, on last Saturday found the bodies of two Rohingyas children near their home

Ghouta assault: Assad regime uses all weapons, kills 92 in 24 hrs

Assad regime militias, backed by Russian air force, have intensified bombardment campaign in eastern Ghouta’s towns and cities, using internationally banned weapons, since yesterday, killing 92 people and injuring hundreds

Ghouta assault: massacre in Jisreen by Russian aircraft

Assad regime, backed by Russian air force, resumed bombardment campaign against eastern Ghouta’s towns and cities, killing at least 30 people

STL-Trial Chamber to hold a Pre-Defence Conference on Thursday 8 March 2018

The STL Trial Chamber will hold a Pre-Defence Conference in the Ayyash et alcase under Rule 129 on Thursday 8 March 2018 at 10:00 AM CET

UN: Ethnic cleansing continues against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar

The process of “ethnic cleansing” continues against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar more than six months after an army campaign led to the flight of nearly 700,000 people to Bangladesh