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US records 53,000 new cases, Brazil passes 1.5m, Russia nears 675,000            North Korea rejects talks with US as Ďpolitical toolí for Washington            EUís Borrell: Iran triggers dispute mechanism in nuclear deal             Indiaís Modi rallies troops at China border after deadly clash            UN peacekeepers in Israel suspended over sexual misconduct caught on video            Rains pound southern Japan causing floods            Iraqi officials irate as Saudi daily publishes cartoon against Ayatollah Sistani            Air France cuts 7,500 jobs and sparks criticism of Ä7bn state bailout            Over 320 LatAm figures call for sanctions on Israel over plans to annex West Bank             Armed men kill 40 people in brutal attacks on several villages in Mali            Several US states post record COVID-19 cases, curfew ordered in Miami             Moscow says Russiaís constitutional changes to come into force July 4            Britain contemplates joining EU coronavirus vaccine scheme            Khalilzad Discusses Development Plans With Qataris, Taliban            Watchdog Urges Taliban to Allow Probe of Sangin Attack            


Saudi teenager faces death penalty

image1 Saudi Arabia is reportedly seeking to execute an 18-year-old man over alleged crimes he committed when he was just 10. Murtaja Qureiris took part in a pro-democracy bike protest in Eastern Province in 2011. He was...



video/ Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid: Gareth Bale denied by VAR in El Clasico stalemate

Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid: Gareth Bale has strike ruled out in first goalless Clasico in 17 years as hosts stay top of La Liga on goal difference Casemiro’s downward header was cleared off the line by the head of Gerard Pique in the 17th minute Lionel Messi then saw his rebound cleared off the...




Saudi teenager faces death penalty

Saudi Arabia is reportedly seeking to execute an 18-year-old man over alleged crimes he committed when he was just 10. Murtaja Qureiris took part in a pro-democracy bike protest in Eastern Province in 2011. He was arrested three years later when he was just 13.




Imam Khomeini distributing gifts to his Christian neighbors for Christmas

Imam Khomeini wanted followers of all divine religions to become united under one banner in order to support oppressed people and confront unjust policies of imperial powers towards poor class of societies. People within Imam’s circle recall that he told us to distribute gifts to the residents...




Chechnya: Republic Of Contrasts (Documentary)

Russiaís Republic of Chechnya has undergone a revival after two military operations in its recent post-Soviet history. Today, the region is home one of the largest mosques in Europe, hosts international celebrities and even is trying its hand at high fashion. We explore this republic of contrasts to...




Rehearsal for Victory Day parade held in Moscow

The last dress rehearsal for Russia’s Victory Day Parade took place at Moscow’s Red Square on Tuesday ahead of Thursday’s main event. Thursday marks the 74th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II, with a grand military parade to be held. About 13,000 soldiers...




International Kite Festival, in Shandong province

The 36th International Kite Festival kicked off Saturday at the International Kite Flying Field in Weifang City, east China’s Shandong province. The festival consists of 30 events in three main categories, including thematic activities, kite flying competitions, exhibitions, economic and trading...




Huawei to build worldís first 5G smart hotel

Chinese telecom giant Huawei signed an agreement with the InterContinental Shenzhen and the China Telecom Tuesday on building the world’s first 5G smart hotel in Shenzhen. The 5G signal is more than faster than Internet speed. It starts with the cloud. The 5G network makes cloud service stable,...




Pelosi moves to ensure safety of Omar after Trump tweet

  US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has taken steps to ensure the safety of the Minnesota Democrat Ilhan Omar after she said she had faced increased death threats since President Donald Trump spread around a video that purports to show her being dismissive of the 2001 terrorist attacks...




Contrasting styles: Here is how Trump and Ardern talk about Muslims

Here is a comparison between the way US President Donald Trump and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern approach their Muslim minority citizens.      




Watch: Men atop poles in strange festival in Japan




Russian Foreign Ministry news briefing

The Russian Foreign Ministryís spokesperson, Maria Zakharova, is giving her weekly news briefing.  




Trump says heíll cancel or leave North Korea summit if it isnít successful

President Trump isnít ruling out canceling or leaving a summit with North Korea if he doesnít believe the meeting will be or is successful.




RAW: FSB busts militant wannabe in St. Petersburg

Two 21-year-old men from central Asia have been detained in Saint Petersburg by Russiaís FSB on suspicion of attempting to join a militant organisation, as shown in footage released on Thursday.




Russia military finds alleged chemical weapons lab in Syriaís Douma

Russia military finds alleged chemical weapons center in Syriaís Douma which was liberated from the terrorists




íDown with Israel & USí: Iran showcases its military might in parade

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani watched over a military parade in the capital of Tehran on Wednesday, National Army Day, as he claimed Iran would not heed to Western pressure.  




Stephen Hawking student reacts to his death

Stephen Hawking, the English theoretical physicist who transformed how we understand the universe, is dead at 76. Raymond Laflamme studied for his PhD n theoretical physics under Hawking at the University of Cambridge. and continued to work with him when Hawking was named the distinguished research chair...




Finland is worldís happiest country :UN report

Despite its sometimes harsh climate and dark winters, Finland is the worldís happiest country according to an annual survey issued on Wednesday (March 14) by a United Nations-affiliated group.  




Fire-walking festival in Japan

Japanese Buddhists brave scorching hot coal at fire-walking festival.  




Lena-Meryem Wielandt, New Muslim from Germany: Currents of Life

Islam is growing rapidly in the West. It is a fact that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world and is expected to outstrip Christianity by the end of the century. Reports show that the number of Muslims will grow more than twice as fast as the worldís population from now until 2050. In Europe,...




Muharram month in Norway

Muharram month in Norway Muslim adverts about Imam Hussain




Merkel speaks to press day after German federal election

German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds a press conference on Monday, September 25 in Berlin. The CDU leader will comment on the federal election results.




Why do the Shia remember Imam Hussain every year?

What are the reasons for the Shia to cry and lament Imam Hussain every year even though the event of Ashura in Karbala took place over 1300 years ago.    




Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma Eye HITS Florida Keys As Catergory 4 Storm 160mph | #IRMA, #HURRICANE IRMA FLORIDA  




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Who Killed Massoud?

Ahmad Shah Massoud was one of the legendary guerrilla warrior that fought against Russia and Taliban. He was known as lion of Punjsheer.    




Skyscrapers In The World!

Check out the tallest, most amazing, and unusual skyscrapers in the world! These are some of the highest buildings on earth!  




Visit Bashar al-Assad from the home of the oppressed/Video

Bashar al-Assad visited the Syrian President during the great Eid days of the oppressed families. The Syrian president, along with his family, went to see the mosquitoes and warmly welcomed them.    




President of Costa Rica Swallows Wasp at Press Briefing

After a very short pause, he said, laughing, "I ate it. I ate the wasp.Luis Guillermo Solis, President of Costa Rica, showed all his phlegm during a press briefing held on Thursday to inaugurate a Paso Real asphalt plant. As he spoke to the journalists, a wasp entered his mouth. He just swallowed it...




Imam Khomeini Performing Final Daily Prayers on Death




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COVID-19: 348 New Positive Cases Reported

US records 53,000 new cases, Brazil passes 1.5m, Russia nears 675,000

North Korea rejects talks with US as Ďpolitical toolí for Washington

EUís Borrell: Iran triggers dispute mechanism in nuclear deal

Indiaís Modi rallies troops at China border after deadly clash

UN peacekeepers in Israel suspended over sexual misconduct caught on video

Rains pound southern Japan causing floods

Iraqi officials irate as Saudi daily publishes cartoon against Ayatollah Sistani

Air France cuts 7,500 jobs and sparks criticism of Ä7bn state bailout

Over 320 LatAm figures call for sanctions on Israel over plans to annex West Bank

Armed men kill 40 people in brutal attacks on several villages in Mali

Several US states post record COVID-19 cases, curfew ordered in Miami

Moscow says Russiaís constitutional changes to come into force July 4

Britain contemplates joining EU coronavirus vaccine scheme

Khalilzad Discusses Development Plans With Qataris, Taliban

Watchdog Urges Taliban to Allow Probe of Sangin Attack

Trump: No briefings ever on Russian bounties to kill US troops in Afghanistan

Khalilzad Begins New Round of Travel for Intra-Afghan Talks

6 Civilians Killed in Helmand Roadside Mine Blast

China puts half a million in lockdown to fight new coronavirus cluster

Nearly 31,000 COVID-19 Cases: Afghan Health Ministry

Yemenís Houthis: Claims of Saudi readiness for peace íUS-UK baseless propagandaí

Trump admits he is losing: Report

Malawiís opposition leader wins presidential vote rerun

Venezuela slams Spain for harboring Ďcriminalí opposition figure

World updates: 10 million-plus infected with coronavirus, almost 500K dead

US film distributor buys Iranian drama íYalda, a Night for Forgivenessí

Trump visits private golf course as US battles rapid surge in coronavirus cases

Thousands flee homes as Myanmar army plans Ďclearance operationsí

Warplanes attack Syrian positions in Bukamal, kill six: Observatory

China to Canada: Stop megaphone diplomacy over arrests made with solid evidence

As Israeli annexation looms, US remains undecided

Monsoon rains spark flooding in India, kill 16

Outrage mounts in India over killing of father, son in police custody

Two killed, 4 wounded in Wal-Mart shooting: US media

La Liga: Atletico Madrid 2-1 Alaves

Yellow Vest protesters rally near Finance Ministry in Paris

Scuffles break out between police, protesting entertainment industry workers in Rome

Spain: Protesters demand government resignation over handling of COVID crisis

Many Americans didnít receive a stimulus check because of who they married


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