CALL TO BAN IRAN’S FOREIGN MINISTER FROM MUNICH SECURITY CONFERENCE

The International Committee ‘In Search of Justice’ (ISJ) has written to Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, Chair of the Munich Security Conference (MSC)

Thai soldier killed after going on shopping centre shooting spree, leaving 20 dead

They said he was shot dead at the shopping mall where Traumatised witnesses have told the ABC of their deep distress at the mass shooting in Nakhon Ratchasima, 250 kilometres north-east of Bangkok, in Thailand

Russia blames Israel as plane makes emergency landing

Russia on Friday blamed Israel after a plane carrying 173 passengers made an emergency landing

STL Press Release - The Ayyash case (STL 18-10) to proceed in absentia

Trial Chamber II of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) issued a decision yesterday to proceed with a trial in absentia against Salim Jamil Ayyash, accused in the attacks against Marwan Hamade, Georges Hawi and Elias El-Murr

Turkey determined to ensure safety of citizens, Syrians


In the wake of a regime attack on Turkish troops in Syria, Turkey’s president Monday reiterated his vow to ensure safety of Turkish people and Syrians in Idlib

Israeli airstrikes target northern Gaza Strip

Israel carried out airstrikes in the north of the Gaza Strip early Sunday

Palestinian president rejects US' so-called peace plan


The Palestinian president rejected on Saturday the U.S.' so-called peace plan in the Middle East, saying Palestine had cut all relations with the U.S. and Israel

WhatsApp to stop working on Android and iPhone devices with outdated operating systems

As of today, WhatsApp will withdraw its services from certain devices, affecting millions of users

AFIC extends its sympathy and deep condolences to the Turkish nation today after the tragic earthquake that struck the Eastern part of the country

“We extend our deepest sympathies to the people of Turkey and will offer whatever assistance we can to the local Turkish community who may be impacted by this tragedy”

Caronavirus sees Wuhan ban cars in Chinese city as Hong Kong declares virus emergency


The virus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan, already on lockdown, banned most vehicle use downtown and Hong Kong said it would close schools for two weeks

Canada PM expresses sympathy for Turkey earthquake



Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday offered sympathy to those affected by a deadly earthquake in eastern Turkey

Turkey thanks support messages over deadly earthquake


Turkey's Foreign Ministry early Saturday conveyed gratitude to foreign missions for their condolence messages over a powerful earthquake which jolted eastern part of the country

Germany shooting sees six dead, several injured in town of Rot am See

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International Court of Justice orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide


The International Court of Justice has unanimously ordered Myanmar to "take all measures within its power" to prevent all acts of genocide against the Rohingya Muslim ethnic minority group

World's richest person's phone 'hacked by Saudi Crown Prince'

The phone of Amazon billionaire and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos was hacked after receiving a file sent from an account used by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, United Nations experts have alleged

On‐going Anti‐Regime Protests in Iran by University Students


The World Community Must Recognize their National Demand
Anti‐regime protests by angry university students started in Iran with sharp slogans against the

Trudeau: Ukrainian plane likely downed by Iran missile


The Ukrainian airliner that crashed killing 176 people was likely downed in error by an Iranian missile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said

Earthquake hits near Iran nuclear power plant

A magnitude 4.5 earthquake has struck near an Iranian nuclear power plant.
The powerful tremor hit 17 kilometres south-southeast of Borazjan near the Bushehr nuclear power plant early this morning

Donald Trump responds to Iranian missile strikes with threat of new sanctions


United States President Donald Trump said Iran appears to be "standing down" and no Americans were harmed in ballistic missile strikes on two Iraqi bases housing US troops Tuesday

Iran: Torching posters of Soleimani and Bassij base amid Regime’s street circus

While the clerical regime’s circus regarding Qassem Soleimani, the notorious terrorist Qods Force commander, and the roadshow with his corps continues, in the early hours of this morning, defiant youth torched