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Individuals responsible for Rohingya atrocities will face justice: ICC

  Rohingya refugees, who landed on an isolated northern shore near the Malaysia-Thai border, huddle in a group in Kangar on March 1, 2019. (AFP) Following a visit to Bangladesh refugee camps, the ICC’s Phakiso Mochochoko said the fact that Myanmar is not a signatory to the Hague-based international court “will not in any way be a hindrance” to an…

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Assassination reports compound amid rift among Saudi royals

  Bin Salman’s brother had promised an officer in charge of protecting the crown prince 10 million Saudi rials if he assassinated the powerful heir to rule the kingdom, Makor Rishon reported earlier this week. The plot, however, was uncovered beforehand by bin Salman who ordered the arrest of his brother and the security officer, it added. The report cannot be independently verified. According to…

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Iranian Medical Equipment Exported to 40 Countries: Official

“Currently, Iran’s medical supplies are exported to 40 countries worldwide,” Kompani said on Saturday, adding that the equipment is exported in various ways. The official added that some Western European countries, including Germany and Italy, are among the destinations for medical equipment produced in Iran. In the last Iranian year, (March 2017 – March 2018), the country exported $24 million…

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THE SOLUTION FOR KASHMIRI PLIGHT IN PRIVATE, AND FOR WORLD PROBLEMS

THE SOLUTION FOR KASHMIRI PLIGHT IN PRIVATE,  AND FOR WORLD PROBLEMS “And let there be [arising] from you an ummah inviting to [all that is] good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong, and those will be the successful.” [1] Let there be from you an Ummah, the gathering under the leadership of an Imam inviting to good,…

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Bahrain’s main opposition group blasts Manama over Diraz sit-in verdicts

Bahrain’s main opposition group, the al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, has censured the recent jail terms handed down to scores of people over taking part in a sit-in in 2017. In a statement issued on Wednesday, al-Wefaq accused Manama’s judiciary of convicting “innocent people” after a court handed down prison terms to 167 Bahrainis for holding a sit-in in protest at…

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Did you know that Turkey gave 6 airports and 7 seaports to USA during war on Iraq?

Never forget the dirty war imposed on Iraq. Let’s see what are those airports and seaports of Turkey used by USA during the massacre of oppressed Iraqi civilians, children, babies, raped girls, raped mothers, etc.    

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Zarif: It Becomes Clearer… Neither Human Rights Nor Nuke Program a Concern for US

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif stated on Tuesday that it was an act of hypocrisy from the United States’ to sell nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia. “Day by day it becomes clearer to the world what was always clear to us: neither human rights nor a nuclear program have been the real concern of the U.S. First a dismembered…

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Thousands protest against Trump’s ‘fake’ national emergency on Presidents’ Day

Thousands of people have thronged the streets across the United States on Presidents’ Day to express their outrage at President Donald Trump’s declaration of a “fake” national emergency which is aimed at funding his controversial border wall. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the White House on Monday chanting, “Trump is the national emergency!” while others held up large letters spelling…

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News anchor: Israel turning troops into ‘human animals’

A leading Israeli news anchor has slammed the Tel Aviv regime for turning troops into “human animals” after new reports emerged about the abuse of Palestinians in detention. Channel 13 TV’s Oshrat Kotler made the remarks on Saturday night, commenting on Israeli forces brutally beating a handcuffed and blindfolded father and forcing his son to watch it. According to Haaretz, the Israeli soldiers slapped, punched and…

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Khashoggi’s body possibly burnt in oven at Saudi consul-general’s residency

Turkish police have discovered a tandoori oven at the Saudi consul-general’s residency in Istanbul, suggesting that the body of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been burnt. A police statement said Turkish police had found two wells and an oven inside the residency. “According to experts, the oven can heat up to 1,000 degrees Celsius, destroying any biological tissue and leaving…

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