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4 killed as Turkey intensifies attacks on ‘PKK targets’ in Iraqi Kurdistan             Biden to discuss airport security situation with Erdogan             Mysterious fire razes to rubble Rohingya refugees camp in New Delhi             Netanyahu shown the door, US pledges allegiance to new Israeli regime             Florida gov., rising GOP star, says he has not discussed 2024 with Trump             Erdogan Says US Can Rely on Turkey Once Troops Leave Afghanistan             Gas pipe explosion kills 11 in central Chinese city             Islamic Jihad urges unity to confront Israeli ’checkpoints of death’             Beijing says small groups can’t rule world as G7 adopts anti-China agenda             Texas, Arizona Govs. calling for states to send police to help deal with border crisis             Iran: Vienna talks on JCPOA revival unlikely to conclude this week             Public protests against police brutality grip Tunisia             Azerbaijan swaps 15 Armenian prisoners for map of landmines             Biden declines to hold joint news briefing after meeting Putin             Spanish father ’killed daughters, dumped bodies at sea,’ say investigators            


Biden agrees with Putin on ‘low point’ in US-Russia ties

image1 During their meeting in Moscow, March 10, 2011, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with US Vice President Joe Biden. (Reuters photo) US President Joe Biden has admitted that ties with Russia...



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Biden agrees with Putin on ‘low point’ in US-Russia ties

During their meeting in Moscow, March 10, 2011, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with US Vice President Joe Biden. (Reuters photo) US President Joe Biden has admitted that ties with Russia is at a "low point" during his administration tenure. Russian President Vladimir Putin...




4 killed as Turkey intensifies attacks on ‘PKK targets’ in Iraqi Kurdistan

File photo of Turkish helicopter gunships Various areas across the northern Iraqi Kurdistan region have witnessed an escalation in Turkey’s ongoing strikes against alleged targets belonging to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorist group. On Sunday, four people were killed in "a Turkish airstrike...




Biden to discuss airport security situation with Erdogan

US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Sunday night that President Joe Biden is heading to Brussels for Monday’s NATO Summit where he is expected to discuss a number of issues including that around the future security of both the United States embassy in Kabul and the airport. Addressing...




Mysterious fire razes to rubble Rohingya refugees camp in New Delhi

Ashes and rubble, there is nothing more left as despair has again taken over Rohingya refugees in New Delhi. A devastating fire has brought down the entire camp to ruins. Around 55 families were residing in the camp, most of the refugees have escaped unharmed but all they had has turned into ashes....




Netanyahu shown the door, US pledges allegiance to new Israeli regime

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks on during a special session of the Knesset, the Israel regime’s parliament, to approve and swear-in a new coalition, on June 13, 2021. (Photo by Reuters) An Israeli political coalition narrowly wins a vote to oust Benjamin Netanyahu as the regime’s prime...




Erdogan Says US Can Rely on Turkey Once Troops Leave Afghanistan

Amidst talks on handing over responsibilities of the security of Kabul airport to Turkish forces, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday said his country would be the "only reliable" country left to stabilize Afghanistan after the US pulls out its troops, indicating Washington could rely on...




Gas pipe explosion kills 11 in central Chinese city

At least 11 people were killed and over 140 injured in a gas explosion in the Chinese province of Hubei, China Central Television reports. The explosion occurred on the territory of a residential complex in the city of Shiyan at 6:30 a.m. local time on Sunday (22:30 GMT on Saturday). According to...




Islamic Jihad urges unity to confront Israeli ’checkpoints of death’

Israeli forces and emergency services gather around a woman’s body following an alleged attack at the Qalandia checkpoint between the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem al-Quds, on June 12, 2021. (Photo by AFP) The Islamic Jihad Movement has warned Tel Aviv against fanning the flames of tensions after...




Beijing says small groups can’t rule world as G7 adopts anti-China agenda

(L to R) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, European Council President Charles Michel, US President Joe Biden, Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi, French President Emmanuel Macron, European Commission President Ursula...




Public protests against police brutality grip Tunisia

Protesters blocking a street gesture as Tunisian security forces fire tear gas in the Sidi Hassine suburb on the northwestern outskirts of Tunis on June 12, 2021, amid outrage against policing practices following the death of a youth. (Photo by AFP) Violent protests have erupted in the Tunisian capital...




Azerbaijan swaps 15 Armenian prisoners for map of landmines

Azerbaijani service members walk during mine lifting in Agdam in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh, November 24, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) Azerbaijan says it has handed over 15 Armenian prisoners, detained during last year’s conflict over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, in exchange for a map detailing...




Biden declines to hold joint news briefing after meeting Putin

US President Joe Biden (Photo by AFP) US President Joe Biden will not hold a joint press conference with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin following their upcoming summit in Geneva in efforts to avoid the unfavorable impression his predecessor Donald Trump left after meeting Putin in 2018. "We...




Spanish father ’killed daughters, dumped bodies at sea,’ say investigators

A sign placed on a fence in memory of the missing girls in the Canary Islands is seen in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, June 11, 2021. (Photo by Reuters) A father allegedly killed his two young daughters at his house before dumping their bodies at sea off the Spanish island of Tenerife, according...




Euro 2020: Belgium crush Russia; Finland upset Denmark

Belgium’s forward Romelu Lukaku (L) celebrates with Belgium’s defender Thomas Meunier after socring his team’s first goal during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group B football match between Belgium and Russia at the Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg on June 12, 2021. (Photo by AFP) Belgium have started...




US unveils criminal charges against two Israelis in insider trader scheme

File photo of Audrey Strauss, acting US Attorney for the Southern District of New York US prosecutors in New York City have revealed criminal charges against two Israeli traders for illegal trading in several biotechnology and healthcare companies in connection with a sprawling international insider...




France marches for liberties

’Against the racist and Islamophobic far right, in defense of public and individual liberties’; that’s the main slogan of 140 marches that took place all over France organized by more than 100 organizations and associations. The protesters say there is an urgency to stop the rise of far right militias...




Families find the bodies of two missing Kabul women+Video

The bodies of two young women employed by Afghan Film in Kabul, who had been missing since Saturday’s explosion, were finally tracked down by their families on Sunday. The families of Tayeba Mousavi and Fatama Mohammadi confirmed Sunday they found the women’s bodies at the government forensic medicine...




N Korea’s Kim calls for boosting military power: Report

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends a plenary meeting of the Workers’ Party central committee in Pyongyang, North Korea in this photo supplied by North Korea’s Central News Agency (KCNA) on February 10, 2021. (Photo by KCNA via Reuters) North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has said the country’s military...




Washington rattled at deepening ties between Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela?

By John Wight There is arrogance and there is American arrogance, rooted in a wildly misplaced sense of exceptionalism and ownership of a world which in the third decade of the 21st century, as it emerges from Covid, is aching for liberation from a hegemonic empire responsible for an ocean of suffering...




UK envoy called for acts of sabotage against Sana’a government, says Yemeni official

The picture taken on June 10, 2021 shows a smoke plume billowing following a Saudi airstrike on Sana’a, Yemen. (By AFP) Yemen’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hussein al-Ezzi says the British ambassador has in his meetings with the Yemenis promoted acts of sabotage against the Sana’a government. "The UK...




Human rights group lodges ‘torture’ complaint at Paris court against UAE official

Detained Emirati human rights advocate Ahmed Mansoor (file photo) An independent London-based human rights group has lodged a complaint in France against a top Emirati official, accusing him of being responsible for the torture of prominent pro-democracy campaigner and rights activist Ahmed Mansoor. The...




Canadians rally against Islamophobia after Muslim family killing

People walk during the multi-faith march to end hatred, starting from the site where a man driving a pickup truck struck and killed four members of a Muslim family and ending at the London Muslim Mosque, in London, Ontario, Canada, on June 11, 2021. (Photo by AFP) Thousands of people have rallied in...




Hazaras in Afghanistan: Victims of Genocide as World Turns Blind Eye

As killing of people from Hazara ethnic group continues, reactions to this crime unfold at home and even abroad.  Hazaras in the US from various states have staged a protest, condemning what they called genocidal crimes against the Hazaras in Afghanistan.  At the rallies, held in a number...




‘They’re trying to kill Assange because he spoke the truth’: Roger Waters calls on Biden to end ‘disgusting’ sham prosecution

Joe Biden and Julian Assange © Reuters / Kevin Lamarque and Peter Nicholls With the brother and father of the jailed WikiLeaks co-founder on a US tour to raise awareness of Julian Assange’s plight, legendary Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters challenged Joe Biden to end the journalist’s prosecution. Assange’s...




Massive EA Games hack began with cyber thieves posing as employee on Slack

The Slack Technologies Inc. logo is seen on a banner outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during thew company’s IPO in New York, US June 20, 2019. © REUTERS/Brendan McDermid The group of hackers who swiped source code from game company Electronic Arts pulled off the stunt by tricking EA’s...




South Korea can now build missiles able to reach Beijing, Moscow as US lifts range limits

South Korean President Moon Jae-in (L) holds a news conference with his US counterpart Joe Biden at the White House on May 24, 2021. South Korea can now build ballistic missiles capable of striking Beijing, Moscow or anywhere else thanks to the US’ lifting of its 40-year restriction on the Asian country’s...




US-Russia relationship ‘deteriorated to its lowest point’ in years: Putin

A screen shows Russian President Vladimir Putin attending a plenary session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) in Saint Petersburg on June 4, 2021. (Photo by AFP) Russian President Vladimir Putin says that Washington-Moscow relationship has "deteriorated to its lowest point"...




District in Ghor Falls to Taliban after ‘Heavy Clashes’

Tolak district in the central province of Ghor has fallen to the Taliban following heavy clashes against security forces on Friday night, two sources from the province said on Saturday. Salman Yusufi, the district governor for Tolak, said that at least 20 security force members were killed and 20...




Russia: Terrorists beefing up presence in two areas in Syria’s Idlib, step up attacks

In this file picture, foreign-sponsored militants attend a mock battle in anticipation of an attack by Syrian government forces in Idlib province and the surrounding countryside, during a parade of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) terrorists in the countryside of the northern Idlib province. (Photo by AFP)...




Iran defeat Cambodia 10-0 in FIFA World Cup qualification

Team Iran have taken a step closer to reach the 3rd round of the FIFA World Cup qualifiers with a 10-nil thrashing of Cambodia in Group C. Iran made the breakthrough after 16 minutes of play when Alireza Jahanbakhsh converted from the spot. Goals from Shojae Khalilzadeh and Mehdi Taremi quickly made...




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Biden agrees with Putin on ‘low point’ in US-Russia ties

4 killed as Turkey intensifies attacks on ‘PKK targets’ in Iraqi Kurdistan

Biden to discuss airport security situation with Erdogan

Mysterious fire razes to rubble Rohingya refugees camp in New Delhi

Netanyahu shown the door, US pledges allegiance to new Israeli regime

Florida gov., rising GOP star, says he has not discussed 2024 with Trump

Erdogan Says US Can Rely on Turkey Once Troops Leave Afghanistan

Gas pipe explosion kills 11 in central Chinese city

Islamic Jihad urges unity to confront Israeli ’checkpoints of death’

Beijing says small groups can’t rule world as G7 adopts anti-China agenda

Texas, Arizona Govs. calling for states to send police to help deal with border crisis

Iran: Vienna talks on JCPOA revival unlikely to conclude this week

Public protests against police brutality grip Tunisia

Azerbaijan swaps 15 Armenian prisoners for map of landmines

Biden declines to hold joint news briefing after meeting Putin

Spanish father ’killed daughters, dumped bodies at sea,’ say investigators

Euro 2020: Belgium crush Russia; Finland upset Denmark

US unveils criminal charges against two Israelis in insider trader scheme

France marches for liberties

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Families find the bodies of two missing Kabul women+Video

N Korea’s Kim calls for boosting military power: Report

Washington rattled at deepening ties between Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela?

UK envoy called for acts of sabotage against Sana’a government, says Yemeni official

Human rights group lodges ‘torture’ complaint at Paris court against UAE official

Canadians rally against Islamophobia after Muslim family killing

Federal judge halts debt-relief program for US minority farmers

Hazaras in Afghanistan: Victims of Genocide as World Turns Blind Eye

‘They’re trying to kill Assange because he spoke the truth’: Roger Waters calls on Biden to end ‘disgusting’ sham prosecution

Massive EA Games hack began with cyber thieves posing as employee on Slack

South Korea can now build missiles able to reach Beijing, Moscow as US lifts range limits

Araqchi: US shedding ‘crocodile tears’ on prisoner’s death while immiserating 82mn Iranians

US-Russia relationship ‘deteriorated to its lowest point’ in years: Putin

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Russia: Terrorists beefing up presence in two areas in Syria’s Idlib, step up attacks

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