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26 November 2017 11:11

  At least four people were reportedly killed and an estimated 200 were injured as clashes intensified between Pakistani security forces and protesters on Saturday. Security forces threw tear gas at protesters and fired rubber bullets into the crowds as demonstrators responded by pelting rocks. The Pakistan government called on the army to reinforce police who were trying to move hard-liner protesters from...

24 November 2017 15:27

  China says it will help with reconstruction efforts in Syria, which has seen massive destruction as a result of over six and a half years of armed conflict. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told a visiting senior aide to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad on Friday that dialog was important in resolving the conflict and that the world must support the reconstruction of...

23 November 2017 14:18

  In their Wednesday meeting in Tehran, Iranian Deputy FM Mr. Araghchi and Mr. Swing, the Director General of the International Organization for Migration discussed Afghan refugees’ status in Iran. William Lacy Swing, the Director General of the International Organization for Migration who is visiting Tehran met with Seyyed Abbas Araghchi, Iranian Deputy Foreign minister for International and Legal Affairs, on Wednesday. The...

23 November 2017 14:01

  North Korea has denounced US President Donald Trump’s decision to re-designate it as a so-called state sponsor of terror, saying the move amounts to a “serious provocation" that justifies Pyongyang’s development of nuclear weapons. The country’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Wednesday that the North was in no way connected to terrorism and did not care "whether the US...

23 November 2017 12:53

  Cuba and North Korea have jointly rejected the United States’ “unilateral and arbitrary” demands and expressed concern about escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Foreign Ministers Bruno Rodriguez of Cuba and Ri Yong-Ho of North Korea rejected the US’s excessive demands during a meeting in the Cuban capital of Havana on Wednesday, according to a statement released by the Cuban Foreign...

22 November 2017 22:44

  North Korea has denounced US President Donald Trump’s decision to re-designate it as a so-called state sponsor of terror, saying the move amounts to a “serious provocation" that justifies Pyongyang’s development of nuclear weapons. The country’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Wednesday that the North was in no way connected to terrorism and did not care "whether the US...

22 November 2017 11:37

  A US Navy aircraft with 11 people on board has crashed into the Philippine Sea while en route to an aircraft carrier, the military said in a statement. "A United States Navy aircraft carrying 11 crew and passengers crashed into the ocean southeast of Okinawa," a statement said on Wednesday. This is the latest accident to hit the US armed forces...

21 November 2017 16:07

  “State-sponsored” violence against minority Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar constitutes the “crime against humanity of apartheid,” Amnesty International has concluded, following a probe into the persecution of the Muslims in the Southeast Asian country. Amnesty published the findings of its probe in a 100-page report on Tuesday, detailing how years of persecution have created the current crisis in Myanmar’s western Rakhine State...

21 November 2017 12:32

Iran’s ambassador to the UN says more than a decade on, the US’s so-called war on terror has failed to uproot violence and extremism in Afghanistan and the entire world, calling on the international community to help the Kabul government with its fight against terrorism. Addressing the UN General Assembly on Monday, Gholam-Ali Khoshrou said terrorist attacks in the globe had...

20 November 2017 14:55

  Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has come under global scrutiny for backing an ethnic cleansing campaign against the country’s unwanted Muslim population, has blamed “illegal immigration” for conflicts and “spread of terrorism” across the world. Suu Kyi made the comments Monday in a speech in the capital Naypyitaw, which is hosting a biennial meeting of Asian foreign ministers and...

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