Saturday, July 21, 2018
Thursday, June 21, 2018  -  1:08:44 PM
Ansarullah: Saudis committing war crimes in Yemen Saudi troops are committing war crimes such as "raping women" and destroying international aid supplies, says the leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement.
Violence against marginalized communities in India has increased under BJP government An expert on issues related to minorities in India Kashif ul Huda says biggest challenge for Indian Muslims these days is their political marginalization which is the root cause of their problems that leads to violence against them.
2018/7/14 - 05:05
Snarling orange ‘Trump baby’ blimp flies outside British parliament A blimp depicting Donald Trump as an orange, snarling nappy-wearing baby flew outside the British parliament in London on Friday, launched by critics of the U.S. president who are demonstrating throughout his visit to the country.
2018/7/14 - 03:30
Corbyn defends British MP who called for moving Israel to US UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn backed Naz Shah, a British member of parliament who was suspended from the party in ۲۰۱۶ for making anti-Israeli comments on social media.
2018/7/14 - 01:30
Concurrent with Karamat ۱۰-day celebrations, Eleven countries host Astan Quds Razavi’ art groups Razavi Culture Weeks will be held in eleven countries during Karamat ten-day celebrations, thanks to the endeavor of Astan Quds Razavi Center for International Affairs.
2018/7/14 - 00:00
Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman: "US, NATO main sponsors of Taliban, trade of narcotics in Afghanistan" Russia has accused the US military of being the chief sponsor of Taliban militants in Afghanistan, saying that during the active presence of US-led NATO forces in the country, the production and distribution of narcotics had drastically surged there.
2018/7/13 - 22:20
Senior PKK terrorist killed in anti-terror operation in Turkey's Bitlis Turkish gendarmerie forces have killed a high-ranking member of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group during a counter-terrorism operation in the country’s eastern province of Bitlis.
2018/7/13 - 05:05
Israeli court releases settler involved in ۲۰۱۵ arson attack in West Bank to house arrest An Israeli court has ordered an accomplice in a ۲۰۱۵ arson attack that took the lives of a Palestinian couple and their infant son to be released from prison and moved to house arrest after quashing parts of his confession.
2018/7/13 - 03:30
Zionist settlers storm Muslim sites in Nablus Scores of Israeli settlers on Thursday morning broke into the northern West Bank village of Ourata, southeast of Nablus, under army cover and held rituals at holy Islamic sites.
2018/7/13 - 02:30
Bahraini court gives prison sentences to five anti-regime activists A court in Bahrain has handed down prison sentences to five anti-regime protesters as the ruling Al Khalifah regime does not shy away from its heavy clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
2018/7/13 - 02:00
Twelve Lebanese couples wedding ceremony at Razavi Shrine Wedding ceremony of twelve Lebanese Couples was held at Razavi Holy Shrine thanks to the endeavors of Astan Quds Razavi Office of Non-Iranian Pilgrims.
2018/7/13 - 01:19
May increases troops in Afghanistan to meet Trump’s demands UK Prime Minister Theresa May has decided to increase the number of British troops in Afghanistan to over ۱,۰۰۰, as the NATO military alliance tries to meet the demands of US President Donald Trump.
2018/7/12 - 21:00
Amnesty: UAE torturing captives in southern Yemen Amnesty International says the United Arab Emirates (UAE) — a key partner of Saudi Arabia in a military aggression against and partial occupation of Yemen — and its allied local militia have been torturing captives at a network of clandestine prisons in southern Yemen.
2018/7/12 - 19:30