United Nations: In Two Weeks, Four Palestinians Were Killed by The Israeli Army, 300 Injured, and 55 Structures Demolished

United Nations: In Two Weeks, Four Palestinians Were Killed by The Israeli Army, 300 Injured, and 55 Structures Demolished

In just two weeks between August 16 and September 1, the Israeli army killed four Palestinians, one of them succumbed to earlier wounds, detained at least 250 others, and demolished 55 Palestinian-owned structures in the occupied West Bank…
Talks in Baghdad

Iraq PM Hosts US Delegation for Talks in Baghdad

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi met US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf for talks on the country's political crisis Sunday. At least 30 people were killed and over 400 wounded last week after supporters…
Rais Ali Delvari

Rais Ali Delvari: Great Iranian hero who fought against British colonialism

by : PRESS TV Iran is marking the national day against British colonialism in Iran, remembering the 108th anniversary of the martyrdom of Rais Ali Delvari, a great national hero and independence fighter who led the anti-colonial struggle…
Peace Process in Yemen
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Iranian, Yemeni Officials Discuss Peace Process in Yemen

The Iranian foreign minister’s senior adviser for special political affairs in a phone conversation with Mohammed Abdulsalam, the chief negotiator of Yemen’s National Salvation Government, discussed the latest developments in the Arab country. The…
9,000 Palestinian-owned structures since 2009

UN: Israel demolished some 9,000 Palestinian-owned structures since 2009

The United Nations says the Israeli regime has demolished close to 9,000 Palestinian-owned structures since 2009, rendering thousands of Palestinians homeless. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) offered the…
Iraqi war

More violence likely in Iraq if political deadlock persists, experts say

The chances of more violence erupting between Iraq's rival Shiite factions are high amid uncertainty over the country's political future, particularly if caretaker Prime Minister Mustafa Al Kadhimi carries out his threat to step down, analysts…
Veterans from the Afghan War
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Veterans from the Afghan War need more mental health help

August 30 marks the anniversary of the disastrous U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. For the estimated 3 million veterans who served in the Global War on Terror, discussing the subject still evokes visceral anger. It is difficult for them to…
Russia's envoy to Vienna talks
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Russia’s envoy to Vienna talks: ‘Tehran’s latest nuclear agreement response could be accepted’

Russia's envoy to the Vienna talks, Mikhail Ulyanov, stated that the Iranian response to US proposals on the nuclear agreement could be accepted if there is political will. Ulyanov tweeted: "So, Iran provided its response to the latest US…
Yemeni Energy Sector
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Saudi-Led Coalition Heavily Targeting Yemeni Energy Sector: Sanaa

The Electricity and Energy Ministry in the Sanaa government exposed Tuesday the Saudi-led coalition of aggression for the damages it inflicted on the Yemeni energy sector and the country's infrastructure during the war it has been waging on…
Baghdad's Green Zone After Powerful Cleric

At Least 10 Killed in Clashes in Baghdad’s Green Zone After Powerful Cleric Announces Withdrawal from Politics

At least 10 people were killed and more than 200 injured in violent clashes that erupted in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone on Monday, following an announcement by powerful Iraqi Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr that he was withdrawing from…