MNA â€“ Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met and held talks with Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry TorbjÃ¸rn RÃ¸e Isaksen on Thursday. Earlier on Thursday, Zarif visited Norwegian...
MNA â€“ Iranian Parliament’s General Director for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that conspiracies organized for breaking down Syria have failed as Syrian Army is eliminating terrorists from Khan Sheikhoun....
MNA â€“ â€œMuch similar to S400, the unveiled home-made Bavar-373 missile defense system is stronger that S300 system,â€� Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on the official unveiling ceremony of the...
Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday accused non-governmental organizations of burning down the Amazon rainforest to hurt his government, as a growing global outcry against the wildfires raged through social media.
Two American service members were killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday, the NATO-led Resolute Support mission said in a statement, as the United States seeks to reach a negotiated end to the nearly 18-year-old war.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday challenged Britain to come up with alternatives to the Irish border backstop within 30 days, but French President Emmanuel Macron cautioned there would be no renegotiation of the Brexit deal.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday said a no-deal Brexit would be of Britain's own making and not the European Union's, adding that any trade pact London cut with Washington would not mitigate the cost of leaving the bloc without a deal.
Thousands of Hong Kong residents held a sometimes scrappy anti-government protest on Wednesday at a suburban subway station that was attacked by a mob last month, angry that nobody has yet been prosecuted for the violence.
The United Nations warned on Wednesday that 22 "life-saving" aid programs will be forced to close in Yemen in the next two months if countries do not pay more than $1 billion in funding that they pledged earlier this year.
Franceâ€™s President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday he would meet Iranian officials ahead of this weekend's G7 summit and make proposals aimed at de-escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran.
Fiona Stanley Hospital is ranked the poorest performer among metropolitan facilities in an audit which reveals none of WA's hospitals have fully complied with a mandatory policy to serve healthier food to visitors.
With a $40 million library set to open in Sydney's inner west next week, and another waterfront facility to open in October, an expert warns that without strategic oversight, some areas are missing out.
MORNING BRIEFING: The NSW Government offers an extra six months rental assistance to Mascot Towers residents, while the bill to decriminalise abortion in NSW passes its first hurdle in the state's Upper House.
Cadbury employees win a Federal Court case against their employer to be paid sick leave for the full 12 hours of their shift rather than the work standard of 7.6 hours per day, in a decision that is expected to have ramifications across Australia.
Hong Kong is in for some big trouble. At least, thatâ€™s what the Western media has been saying, offering endless predictions of a coming economic crisis in the city wracked by massive protests. But is its future really so dismal? Read Full Article at RT.com
Chinaâ€™s Commerce Ministry warned the US against further escalating the trade war as it urged Washington not to proceed with new tariffs against Chinese imports, some of which are set to take effect September 1. Read Full Article at RT.com
Icelandic Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir plans to skip talks with US Vice President Mike Pence. This comes as Donald Trump cancelled his trip to Denmark after it refused to sell him Greenland. Read Full Article at RT.com
A large-scale exercise of air and missile defense forces in southern Russian involved the firing of over 300 surface-to-air missiles, including barrages from S-300 Favorit systems meant to intercept an intensive rocket attack. Read Full Article at RT.com
One woman was killed and eight people injured when a massive late-night fire broke out at the residential building of an adjoining hospital in Paris. Two of those injured are firefighters. Read Full Article at RT.com
A person with access to restricted parts of a nuclear power plant in Ukraine used it to mine cryptocurrency, potentially exposing the facilityâ€™s top secret security plans, according to a court case. Read Full Article at RT.com
Tehran says its new domestically made Bavar 373 mobile air defense missile system is equivalent to Russiaâ€™s iconic S-300 and can successfully compete with US Patriot missiles. Read Full Article at RT.com
India, Pakistan, Turkey, Russia or even Iran must shoulder the burden of fighting â€œterroristsâ€� in Afghanistan, President Trump has declared, insisting it would be â€˜unfairâ€™ if the US spends another 19 years cleaning up its mess. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russiaâ€™sÂ Soyuz-2.1 rocket has blasted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome as part of a test flight to check compatibility of the upgraded booster and spacecraft â€“ which this time carries only a humanoid robot to the ISS. Read Full Article at RT.com
The climate emergency is not a â€œsingle issueâ€� â€” it is the single precondition for every other issueâ€™s existence. The post Why the Democratic National Committee Must Change the Rules and Hold a Climate Debate appeared first on The Intercept.
â€œIf cut loose by the CIA,â€� the report notes, militias â€œmay be reborn as private armies or â€˜security guardsâ€™ in the service of powerful individuals.â€� The post Taliban Peace Talks Must Not Ignore CIA-Funded Afghan Militias, Report Says appeared first on The Intercept.
President Donald Trump revealed again on Tuesday that he subscribes to the anti-Semitic belief that American Jews harbor a secret dual loyalty to Israel. The post Trump Accuses Most American Jews of “Disloyalty” to Israel, Deploying Anti-Semitic Trope appeared first on The Intercept.
The decision will not alter the entrenched police ideology that allows for deaths like Garnerâ€™s â€” showing why reform will be slow and tough. The post The NYPD Finally Fired the Cop Who Killed Eric Garner â€” but the Police Reaction Shows How Little Will Change appeared first on The Intercept.
A lengthy profile in the New Yorker conspicuously neglected to mention the secretary of stateâ€™s ties to notorious Islamophobes. The post Mike Pompeo Has Extreme Views on Muslims â€” and Liberals Donâ€™t Seem to Care appeared first on The Intercept.
Promoted tweets from a state-run news outlet distort the position of Uighurs in the western province of Xinjiang. The post Twitter Helped Chinese Government Promote Disinformation on Repression of Uighurs appeared first on The Intercept.
In leaked audio obtained by The Intercept, AFPM conceded its behind-the-scenes role in crafting state laws to criminalize oil and gas pipeline protests. The post Oil Lobbyist Touts Success in Effort to Criminalize Pipeline Protests, Leaked Recording Shows appeared first on The Intercept.
With Sen. Tom Udall retiring, the Democratic Party establishment is unified behind Ben Ray LujÃ¡n. The Working Families Party endorsed Maggie Oliver. The post Democrats Have an Open Senate Seat in New Mexico. Will They Elect a Progressive, or the Former Head of the DCCC? appeared first on The Intercept.
WLEX, a Kentucky TV station, fired host Matt Jones, who has been pondering a primary challenge to Amy McGrath, at the urging of her campaign manager. The post Amy McGrathâ€™s Senate Campaign Manager Helped Get Her Potential Primary Opponent Fired appeared first on The Intercept.
A group of bounty hunters and bondsmen, in pursuit of money, killed an innocent man in Tennessee. They were mostly let off by a jury. The post Bounty Hunters Are a Lethal Weapon in a Justice System Corrupted by Money appeared first on The Intercept.
Written byÂ Whitney Webb; Originally appeared atÂ Mint Press The picture painted by the evidence is not a direct Epstein tie to a single intelligence agency but a web linking key members of the Mega Group, politicians, and officials in both the U.S. and Israel, and an organized-crime network with deep business and intelligence ties in both […]
100 years after hundreds of African Americans were reportedly killed in Elaine, Arkansas, a memorial is set to bring details of the tragedy to light Charlie McClain was surprised to learn that he was related to one of the Elaine Twelve. It came out when McClain, 58, asked his mother earlier this year about the […]
[ Editor’s note:Â Indian ICBMS target North America and Europe all using stolen American technology sold to them by Israel.Â Bush era Army Corps of Engineers built silos for Indian built ICBMs in Israel that target US. (as noted in documents shown VT with Jeff Gates present.)...Gordon Duff ] * Earlier in the week, Indiaâ€™s […]
and American democracy, by banning two U.S. Congresswomen from entering Israel Letâ€™s face it, Israelâ€™s been shitting on America for longer than any of us care to remember. And if Americans ever needed concrete proof that their values, their government, and their country haveÂ no valuein the context of Israelâ€™s self-interest, they have it now. Benjamin […]
Following Jeffery Epsteinâ€™s alleged suicide last week we have been deluged by a tsunami of narratives that do not adhere to theÂ shiftingÂ official reportsÂ of his death. Presumably a few of the intimate secrets of the most powerful people on this planet will be buried with Epstein. While it is rational to believe that people powerful enough […]
[ Editor’s note:Â We all know most of it, first suicide now ‘outed’ as murder attempt, screams from cell, the other facts but do remember this one.Â Before the results were edited, it was multiple bones broken in the neck.Â – Then it became the hyoid bone, something that would not be mentioned under any […]
What you are seeing here is that academics and public intellectuals like Pinker distance themselves from Epstein only when they got caught red-handed. Pinker would never have said that he â€œtried to keep my distanceâ€� if Epstein wasnâ€™t caught.
By Dr. Abdullah Manaz for Veterans Today Syria was in political and military cooperation with the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact until 1954 and was the country that received the most foreign aid from these countries. Since then, Syria has pursued a policy against Western interests and targets, as well as its pro-Western neighbors […]