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FM condemned Kismayo’s terrorist attack in Somalia which killed more than 26 people
Visa is making it easier to provide shoppers the ability to choose how they pay before, during or after purchase with the introduction of a suite of Visa’s installment solutions APIs.
US calling allies to join coalition to safeguard waters off Iran, Yemen
Ankara says US-based Muslim cleric, Fethullah Gulen, masterminded failed coup on July 15, 2016
ND party wins highest share of country’s vote, beating ruling Syriza party, according to official projections
Iran announced enriching uranium beyond 2015 nuclear deal limit with world powers
Afghani radical Taliban fighter’s movement claimed responsibility for 2 attacks
“Captains of ships should not be fined for rescuing boats in distress, where loss of life is imminent” said UN Spokesperson, Stéphane Dujarric.
Relations between Israel and the Sultanate of Oman witnessed suspension in 2000 in the wake of the widescale Palestinian revolt against the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza
The use of force to occupy the legislative council prompted police to fire tear gas to disperse the protesters.
Vella ruled on Tuesday that Rackete had not broken the law when she broke the naval blockade
Through a statement from the MP’s office, Zain asked İmamoğlu to face members of the outlawed Brotherhood group, who are based in the city, and suspend all their activities, in addition to blocking all media channels they use to attack Egypt.
Now-detained captain says she broke naval blockade to bring rescued migrants to safety
In same context, UAE Foreign Minister said that “clear, scientific, convincing” evidence still required on recent oil tankers attack
The survey issued info-graphs about how Arabs feel about wide range of issues, from women’s rights and migration to security and sexuality.
Thousands of protesters descended on government headquarters, blocked at least 2 major roads in central Hong Kong to oppose new extradition bill
Hong Kong’s chief executive promises saving human rights
DW – Acting United States Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan on Friday wrote to his Turkish counterpart, warning him of the consequences Ankara would face if it did not step back from a deal to buy a Russian air defence system. The US considers the S-400 air defence system a threat to NATO’s F-35 fighter jet programme. …
US sanctioned Iran’s largest petrochemical holding group on Friday for indirectly supporting IRGC
Trump’s advisor seeks to drum up support for US plan
Trump said on Monday that he “really believe that Iran would like to make a deal, and I think that’s very smart of them, and I think that’s a possibility to happen.”
Tension between the two nations has significantly increased in recent weeks. Earlier, the US announced the deployment of 1,500 additional troops to the Middle East to counter “credible threats” from Iran in a move denounced by Tehran on Saturday as “a threat to international peace.”
‘We will defend Iran against any aggression,’ says foreign minister
Thirteen people injured during explosion, investigation suggests it is terror attack
Both Trump, Pentagon stress they were not seeking to engage in military conflict with Iran
Man accused of gunning down 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch formally charged with terrorism
Saudi Arabia accused Tehran of being involved in alleged attacks on their crude oil pipeline