Iran: Security forces raided the home of More than a Dozens of steelworkers in Ahvaz

Authorities raided the homes of dozens of protesting National Steel Group workers. Iranian regime security forces have been raiding the homes of these workers since midnight & arrests continue to noon on Monday

Syrian Turkmen, Arabs back Turkey’s planned operation

Syrian Arabs and Turkmen on Sunday voiced their support for a planned Turkish military operation east of the Euphrates River against the YPG/PKK terrorist group

Israel says new tunnel found on Lebanon border

The Israeli army said Sunday it had found a cross-border tunnel allegedly dug by Lebanese group Hezbollah along the border with Israel

Doha maintains stance on Arab Gulf crisis: Qatari emir

Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has affirmed that his country's position regarding the ongoing crisis in inter-Gulf Arab relations has “not changed”

US Senate condemns crown prince for Khashoggi killing

U.S. senators voted Thursday to pass a resolution condemning the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and holding Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman responsible for the heinous act

No home for Muslim orphans in Myanmar’s town

The Muslim community in a remote town in northeastern Myanmar could not repair or rebuild a damaged orphanage, as local authorities transferred the ownership rights to a nearby primary school

Saudis will not get pass on Khashoggi: US envoy to UN

Saudi Arabia will not receive a pass for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, U.S. ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said.

France: Shooting near Christmas market leaves 4 dead

At least four people were killed and 11 others injured Tuesday when a gunman opened fire in the French city of Strasbourg, according to local authorities

Khashoggi's last words were 'I can't breathe': CNN

I can't breathe" were the final words of a Washington Post columnist who was killed at the hands of Saudi agents in Riyadh's Istanbul consulate, according to a report released Sunday

Broader global coalition can solve Rohingya issue

Bangladesh needs to form a broader international alliance to resolve the issue of roughly 1 million Rohingya refugees in the country, a rights activist and political dissident from Myanmar has said

S. Arabia not to hand over suspects in Khashoggi case

Saudi Arabia ruled out extraditing suspects in the Jamal Khashoggi case to Turkey late Sunday, the country's foreign minister said

Iran Uprising- No. 235 Brave Strike and Demonstration of Ahvaz Steel Workers enters the Second Month

On Sunday, December 9th, workers from the Ahvaz National Steel Industrial Group continued their strike and demonstrations for the thirtieth day

French police use pepper spray against Yellow Vests

French police used pepper spray against Yellow Vest protesters along the Champs-Elysees in the capital Paris on Saturday

US: Russia, Syrian regime carried out false flag attack

The U.S. on Friday lashed out at the Syrian regime and its principal supporter, saying they "falsely" blamed rebels and extremist groups for conducting a chlorine attack in northwestern Aleppo last month

Germany: Kramp-Karrenbauer elected Merkel’s successor

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s preferred candidate Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has won the race on for the leadership of the ruling Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party

UN rejects US proposal to condemn Hamas

The UN General Assembly narrowly rejected a U.S.-sponsored resolution Thursday seeking to condemn Hamas

Chinese scientist who edited twin girls' genes He Jiankui missing for over a week

Chinese scientist He Jiankui shocked the world by announcing he edited the genes of twin sisters, Nana and Lulu, but now he may be missing

Egypt court jails Muslim Brotherhood leader for life

An Egyptian court on Wednesday slapped six people, including the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood group, with life sentences for violence-related charges, according to a local judicial source

UN urges international inquiry on Khashoggi killing

The Oct. 2 killing in Istanbul of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi should face an international probe, just not one by the UN, said the UN human rights chief