Israeli airstrike martyrs 2 Palestinian children


Israeli warplanes carried out a fresh wave of airstrikes across the blockaded Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing two Palestinian children, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry

Hundreds of Assad, Iranian shells fall on Syria’s Quneitra countryside


The Assad and Iranian shells fell on al-Mal, Mas-hara, and Taiha in Quneitra western and central countryside, Orient learnt from local sources

WHO": 12 children died from heat, disease in South Syria"


The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Thursday (July 12) for the protection of health facilities and increased access to southern Syria, where the recent hostilities have left over 210 000 people displaced and in need of urgent health services

Israel fires at drone approaching from Syria


The Israeli military confirmed Friday (July 13) it fired a Patriot missile at a drone approaching from Syria

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $6.32 billion in talcum powder cancer case

The jury announced the $5.6 billion ($US4.14 billion) award in punitive damages shortly after awarding $742 million ($US550 million) in compensatory damages after a six-week trial in St Louis Circuit Court

Turkish President Erdogan unveils 16-minister cabinet


President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unveiled the new 16-minister Cabinet in the presidential complex in the capital Ankara, the first-ever Cabinet under the new presidential system made a reality on Monday

UK: Boris Johnson resigns as foreign secretary

Boris Johnson has resigned as Britain’s secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs, making him the third senior minister to resign from Theresa May’s government in less than 24 hours

Erdogan takes presidential oath of the office

Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taken the presidential oath of office to become the Republic of Turkey's first president under its new governmental system

Japan flooding rescue efforts ramp up as death toll hits 100

Risky search and clean-up efforts are gathering momentum in south-western Japan, where flooding and landslides caused by several days of heavy rain have left at least 100 people dead and 58 more missing

Civilians killed by Assad attack near Um al-Mayazen in Daraa

At least 2 civilians of one family were killed Sunday (July 8) in Daraa countryside as the Assad regime’s militias were progressing towards the city of Um al-Mayazen, Orient News correspondent said

Turkish president to take oath, announce Cabinet Monday

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is all set to take an oath and announce his Cabinet under new presidential system on Monday

?Iranian Regime to Fall Within Year or Two

Authorities in four European nations foiled a terrorist plot against an Iranian resistance rally in Paris, and a key figure in the resistance says Iran is right to be worried about regime change

Japan executes leader, six followers, of sarin attack doomesday cult


Japan executed on Friday the former leader of a doomsday cult and six other members of the group that carried out a sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway in 1995, killing 13 people and shattering the country’s myth of public safety

Beirut:Australian Embassy launches its book of photographs "A Long Way From Home" in Jezzine

Australian Ambassador Glenn Miles launched the book of photographs 'A Long Way From Home: Australian Forces in Lebanon 1941-42' in Jezzine, the second leg of the Australian Embassy's roadshow

Dozens of Assad militiamen killed in Daraa

Free Syrian Army (FSA) factions have repelled several attempts by Assad militias and their allies in Daraa countryside, causing losses to the latter

UN chief hears of ‘unimaginable’ atrocities as he visits Rohingya camps

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said he heard “unimaginable” accounts of atrocities during a visit Monday to vast camps in Bangladesh that are home to a million Rohingya refugees who fled violence in Myanmar

Germany arrests a terrorist diplomat who attempted to attack the Iranian opposition conference


Asdollah Assadi, mullahs’ diplomat in Austria who ordered the terror attack, was arrested in Germany

Iran freedom -2018 and instrumental role of alternative

while Iranian cities have become scenes of major anti-regime protests and demonstrations

Panel of expert’s exchange of ideas on Iran

A panel discussion, involve of a group of experts from U.S., Canada, France and Algeria gathered in Paris On June 29, 2018 to discuss consequence of recent protests in Iran and the status quo of the Iranian opposition

Maryland newspaper shooting: At least five people shot dead at Capital Gazette building, authorities say

The suspect has been apprehended and no motive is known for the attack at the Capital Gazette newspaper, local political leaders said