Friday, May 26, 2017

YEMEN — “I feel sorry to see my children go without food.”

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The Yemeni Crisis began with the 2011–12 revolution against President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who had led Yemen for more than two decades. After Saleh left office in early 2012 as part of a mediated agreement between the Yemeni government and opposition groups, the government led...

Iran built third underground ballistic missile factory, developing missile capabilities forcefully

Iran has built its third underground ballistic missile production factory and will keep developing its missile program, the semi-official Fars news agency reported, told Reuters on Thursday.  "Iran's third underground factory has been built by the Guards in the recent years ... We will continue...

Russian FSB detained a group of terrorists who has plotted public attacks in Moscow

Russian media reported on Thursday, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) detained a Daesh-linked group of terrorists who has plotted public transportation attacks in Moscow. Sputnik News reports -- According to the FSB, those detained are the citizens of Russia and Central Asian states. "The FSB...

The UK falls silent to remember those killed in the Manchester terror attack

The UK falls silent to remember those killed in the Manchester terror attack reports BBC on Thursday.  Crowds gather in Manchester for minute's silence.  Crowds held a minute's silence in tribute to the victims of the Manchester bombing. It ended when spontaneous applause broke out from the...

China reacts on US warship entered its waters, condemns it ‘provocative’

China has slammed the United States' first freedom of navigation (FON) exercise in the South China Sea since President Donald Trump took office. A US Navy warship sailed within 12 nautical miles of Mischief Reef, an artificial island claimed by China in the South China...

North Korea: No one can stop Pyongyang from bolstering its nuclear force

North Korea said that no one can deter Pyongyang from bolstering its nuclear force, claiming that the United States' talk of its intent not to seek a regime change in the North is a sheer deceptive scheme, Yonhap news agency reported on Thursday.  Yonhap news...

US-led coalition strikes killed 225 civilian including 44 child and 36 women in past 30 days — monitor

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented 225 civilian casualties killed by Coalition’s warplanes, the highest death toll since their airstrikes in Syria. At the 23rd of May 2017, warplanes of the International Coalition have completed their 32nd month of airstrikes that targeted areas in Syria,...

Egypt bans 21 websites including Qatar-based Al Jazeera for ‘supporting terrorism’

Egypt has banned 21 websites including the main website of Qatar-based al Jazeera television for "supporting terrorism", local media and security sources said on Wednesday. Reuters tried to access five websites named by local Egyptian newspapers and broadcasters, including the Al Jazeera website, and found...

100 activists marching in Brussels to say Trump must stop his politics of hatred

Human rights must be on the agenda of meetings between President Trump and his counterparts. Failure to do so may lead governments around the world to pursue clever, destructive and dehumanizing policies. Since April 1, the United States assume the presidency of the...

IS claims freeing over 100 prisoners, killing 75 soldiers in Marawi, Philippines — Amaq

Islamic State claims takes control of its first city in the Philippines by freeing over 100 prisoners, killing 75 soldiers in the skirmishes, although no civilians were injured by crossfire. Overnight, heavy clashes erupted in the predominately Sunni city of Marawi in the southern...

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