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Biden slams Trump for his response to protests over racism, police brutality             Ayaz Niazi killed in mosque explosion Ė Kabul            Landslides kill 20 after pre-monsoon rains in India             Autopsy finds police suffocated black man as Trump threatens to deploy military            COVID-19 Cases Exceed 16,000 in Afghanistan             Ghani, Pompeo discuss next steps in Afghan peace process            Khalilzad íOptimisticí About Start of Intra-Afghan Negotiations             Afghanistan Faces COVID-19 ĎHumanitarian Disasterí: IRC            US must be prosecuted at intl. courts for human rights abuses: Iranís Judiciary chief            Hong Kongís leader slams Ďdouble standardsí on national security, cites US unrest             Protests against US police killing of George Floyd go global            Israeli, American officials talk annexation bid amid reports of US intention to slow process            Factbox: UN aid programs in Yemen at risk of going broke            FM Zarif: Iranian scientist on his way back home after release from US jail             Worldís coronavirus cases at 6.27mn, life returning to normal in many countries            


Ayaz Niazi killed in mosque explosion Ė Kabul

At least two people - including Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, imam of Wazir Akbar Khan mosque - were killed and three others wounded in a bomb blast inside a mosque in Kabul city, the Interior Ministry confirmed. image1 Tariq Arian,...



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UN: Taliban have not cut ties with al-Qaeda

According to the latest report by the Security Council of the United Nations, the Taliban have not cut ties with al-Qaeda, even after a peace deal with the United States. The United Nations has said in a report that al-Qaeda in Afghanistan has been secretly conducting military operations in collusion...




Biden slams Trump for his response to protests over racism, police brutality

Joe Biden speaks about the unrest across the US on June 2, 2020, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (AFP photo) US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has blasted President Donald Trump response to protests over racism and police brutality, saying Trumpís "narcissism has become more important than...




Ayaz Niazi killed in mosque explosion Ė Kabul

At least two people - including Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, imam of Wazir Akbar Khan mosque - were killed and three others wounded in a bomb blast inside a mosque in Kabul city, the Interior Ministry confirmed. Tariq Arian, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said that the explosion took place at around...




Landslides kill 20 after pre-monsoon rains in India

A man walks with an umbrella under the rain ahead of the expected landfall of cyclone Amphan in Midnapore, West Bengal, India, on May 20, 2020. (Photo by AFP) At least 20 villagers, including 10 children, were killed in landslides Tuesday after three days of incessant pre-monsoon rains in northeastern...




Autopsy finds police suffocated black man as Trump threatens to deploy military

A protester holds a tribute poster to George Floyd after a march through Center City in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 1, 2020. (Photo by AFP) An autopsy shows George Floyd was suffocated by a US policeman, contradicting a preliminary ruling, which had said the African-American manís death was...




COVID-19 Cases Exceed 16,000 in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Public Health on Tuesday reported 759 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 1,322 samples tested in the last 24 hours, bringing the total cases in the country to 16,509. The ministry also reported five COVID-19 deaths and 22 recovered patients in the last 24 hours. Kabul is a hotspot...




Ghani, Pompeo discuss next steps in Afghan peace process

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani spoke with US Secretary of United State Mike Pompeo via video conference on Monday and discussed the Afghan peace process, the presidential spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said. According to Sediqqi, in the video conference they also discussed the next steps towards peace, including...




Khalilzad íOptimisticí About Start of Intra-Afghan Negotiations

The US peace envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad on Monday during a press briefing said: "Weíre optimistic that finally we are moving forward to the start of the intra-Afghan negotiations." Khalilzad is hopeful that the violence will stay low and the intra-Afghan negotiations will begin with the...




Afghanistan Faces COVID-19 ĎHumanitarian Disasterí: IRC

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) on Monday has warned that Afghanistan faces a "humanitarian disaster" as COVID-19 spreads in the country and confirmed cases have risen by 684% in May. It said that Afghanistanís Ministry of Health has said they only have the capacity to test 2,000 cases per...




US must be prosecuted at intl. courts for human rights abuses: Iranís Judiciary chief

Seattle Police stand guard after dispersing a protest outside a precinct against the death of George Floyd in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington on June 1, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Amid a global outcry over the brutal death of a black man at the hands of US police, Iranís Judiciary Chief...




Hong Kongís leader slams Ďdouble standardsí on national security, cites US unrest

A protester holds up an umbrella and others flee as tear gas, pepper spray, and flash-bang devices are deployed by Seattle police during a protest against police brutality, in Seattle, Washington, the US, on June 1, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) Hong Kongís leader Carrie Lam has accused Western governments...




Protests against US police killing of George Floyd go global

Protesters rally against the United States police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on June 1, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Protesters in cities across the world have staged rallies in solidarity with tens of thousands of Americans in the United States against rampant...




Israeli, American officials talk annexation bid amid reports of US intention to slow process

US President Donald Trump (2nd L) meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu alongside US Vice President Mike Pence (C), US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (2nd R) and White House adviser Jared Kushner (R) in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on January 27, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Senior...




Factbox: UN aid programs in Yemen at risk of going broke

A displaced Yemeni teenager sits by food aid items distributed by employees of the World Food Program (WFP) amid the new coronavirus outbreak, in Sanaía on April 18, 2020. (Photo by AFP) The United Nations said ahead of a pledging conference for Yemen on Tuesday that 30 of 41 major aid programs in the...




FM Zarif: Iranian scientist on his way back home after release from US jail

A file photo of Iranian scientist Sirous Asgari Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iranian scientist Sirous Asgari - who was recently freed after over two years of imprisonment in the US on baseless charges - is currently on a flight back home. "Good news, a plane carrying Dr. Sirous Asgari...




Worldís coronavirus cases at 6.27mn, life returning to normal in many countries

A man wearing a facemask walks past a mural on a garbage dump reading "A Big Salute to Corona Warriors," after the government eased a nationwide lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 disease, in New Delhi, India, on May 31, 2020. (Photo by AFP) The number of COVID-19 cases across...




UK government eases COVID-19 lockdown restrictions

A child carries his food during lunch break at St. Dunstanís College junior school, as some schools re-open following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in London, Britain, on June 1, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) The day millions of Britons had been waiting for is finally here, months after...




Trump lags in polls as US anti-racism protests spread

US President Donald Trump walks with US Attorney General William Barr (L), Pentagon chief Mark T. Esper (C), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark A. Milley (R), to visit St. Johnís Church in Washington, DC after the area was cleared of people protesting the death of George Floyd, on June 1, 2020....




Fifth Iranian tanker carrying fuel sails into Venezuelaís territorial waters

The file photo taken from Marine Traffic shows Iran-flagged Clavel tanker. The fifth and last tanker in a flotilla of ships carrying Iranian fuel has entered Venezuelaís territorial waters, with the Latin American stateís president announcing a plan to visit Tehran for even more cooperation deals between...




Iran health minister warns of 2nd wave of coronavirus outbreak

An Iranian official checks the temperature of visitors at the Shah Abdol-Azim shrine in the capital Tehran on May 25, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Iran eased its coronavirus lockdown back in April, but since then, the country has seen a rise in the number of infections across the country in the southern provinces...




Bundesliga: FC Koln 2-4 RB Leipzig

Cologneís German defender Ismail Jakobs (L) and Leipzigís French midfielder Christopher Nkunku vie for the ball during the German first division Bundesliga football match FC Cologne vs RB Leipzig, in Cologne on June 1, 2020. (Photo by AFP) German Bundesliga RB Leipzig have returned to winning-ways with...




UN chief urges investigation into police violence against US protesters

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has urged restraint by US authorities toward protesters and called for probe into allegations of police violence, his spokesperson said Monday. Protests should remain peaceful, while "authorities must show restraint in responding...




ĎTake back your streets,í Trump urges governors amid protests

US President Donald Trump US President Donald Trump has called on the nationís governors to crack down on protesters further, cheering police for more brutality against demonstrators seeking justice for George Floyd. "Dominate" and "take back your streets," a source reportedly said Trump told governors,...




Trumpís move to hide from protesters in bunker proves US democracy is big lie: Iran

Ali Shamkhani, the Secretary of Iranís Supreme National Security Council Iranís top security official says US President Donald Trumpís move to hide from American protesters in an underground bunker proves that democracy in the United States is a big lie. "The big lie of democracy and freedom was revealed...




New York mayor declares 11pm city curfew amid protests

New York’s mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday declared a city curfew from 11:00 pm to 5:00 am, as anti-racism protests grip the United States with regular outbreaks of violence and looting. Saying that "we support peaceful protest," De Blasio said he made the decision in consultation with the state’s...




ĎWe have to do both,í Obama offers path to Ďchangeí again

Former US President Barack Obama has offered Americans the path to "real change," calling for participation both in politics and protests, seeking racial justice in America. "The bottom line is this: if we want to bring about real change, then the choice isnít between protest and politics. We have to...




PM Johnson mulling Ďstate investmentí into domestic telecoms companies

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is planning to extend significant support to the UKís domestic telecommunications companies as part of a more muscular foreign policy. The Times is reporting that the PM is "examining options" to boost "state investment" into British telecoms companies to help them "compete...




Iran contributes medical equipment to Afghanistan to fight virus

Afghanistan is grappling with the COVID-19 crisis as the pandemic has reached its peak in the country. Lack of appropriate equipment as well as other logistic problems have hampered the Afghan government efforts to properly contain the pandemic. So far a number of regional states have rushed to help...




US íknee-on-neckí technique failed with Iran, will fail with African-Americans: FM Zarif

Police fires rubber bullets and tear gas towards the demonstrators during a protest over the death of George Floyd on May 31, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by AFP) Iranís foreign minister says the US administration is using the same repression technique against its African-American population,...




UK set to harden approach towards China in the wake of pandemic

After several months of intense lobbying it appears that the hardline anti-China faction in the ruling Tory party has finally managed to significantly influence British policy on China. According to Sky News, the UK is set to "rethink" its policy on China following the "hardening" of attitudes in the...




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UN: Taliban have not cut ties with al-Qaeda

Biden slams Trump for his response to protests over racism, police brutality

Ayaz Niazi killed in mosque explosion Ė Kabul

Landslides kill 20 after pre-monsoon rains in India

Autopsy finds police suffocated black man as Trump threatens to deploy military

COVID-19 Cases Exceed 16,000 in Afghanistan

Ghani, Pompeo discuss next steps in Afghan peace process

Khalilzad íOptimisticí About Start of Intra-Afghan Negotiations

Afghanistan Faces COVID-19 ĎHumanitarian Disasterí: IRC

US must be prosecuted at intl. courts for human rights abuses: Iranís Judiciary chief

Hong Kongís leader slams Ďdouble standardsí on national security, cites US unrest

Protests against US police killing of George Floyd go global

Israeli, American officials talk annexation bid amid reports of US intention to slow process

Factbox: UN aid programs in Yemen at risk of going broke

FM Zarif: Iranian scientist on his way back home after release from US jail

Worldís coronavirus cases at 6.27mn, life returning to normal in many countries

UK government eases COVID-19 lockdown restrictions

Trump lags in polls as US anti-racism protests spread

Fifth Iranian tanker carrying fuel sails into Venezuelaís territorial waters

Iran health minister warns of 2nd wave of coronavirus outbreak

Bundesliga: FC Koln 2-4 RB Leipzig

UN chief urges investigation into police violence against US protesters

ĎTake back your streets,í Trump urges governors amid protests

Trumpís move to hide from protesters in bunker proves US democracy is big lie: Iran

New York mayor declares 11pm city curfew amid protests

ĎWe have to do both,í Obama offers path to Ďchangeí again

PM Johnson mulling Ďstate investmentí into domestic telecoms companies

Iran contributes medical equipment to Afghanistan to fight virus

US íknee-on-neckí technique failed with Iran, will fail with African-Americans: FM Zarif

UK set to harden approach towards China in the wake of pandemic

NSIA Estimates Afghanistan Population at 32.9M

COVID-19 Crisis Affects Nearly 7M Afghan Children, Says Watchdog

Arrogant US used to lecturing others: Iran

US protesters in southern cities deface Confederate monuments

US blames Ďforeign adversariesí for racial unrest after Floydís murder

Trump taken to underground bunker during White House protests

Long lines as Iranian fuel arrives at Venezuelaís gasoline stations

Trump postpones G7 summit, seeks to expand invitation list

Speaker: Iranís new parliament views talks with US íharmfulí

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