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Houthi leader vows to escalate attacks against Israel, US and British in Red Sea

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, the leader of the Houthis, said that the operations of this group in the Red Sea and other areas are intensifying. According to...

US drone shot down near Yemen, officials confirm

A U.S. military Mq-9 drone was shot down near Yemen by militants believed to be backed by Iran, marking the second such incident in...

Turkey detains 6 on charges of espionage for China

Istanbul police have detained six individuals on suspicion of espionage for Uighurs on behalf of the Chinese intelligence apparatus. This move comes amid heightened...

US Vetoes UN Resolution Urging Gaza Ceasefire

The United States has once again vetoed a draft resolution in the United Nations Security Council concerning Israel's conflict with Gaza, preventing the adoption...

US calls for temporary ceasefire in Gaza

The United States has presented a draft resolution to the United Nations Security Council proposing a temporary ceasefire in Gaza and opposing Israel's major...

Iran’s nuclear enrichment activity remains high: IAEA Chief

Iran continues to enrich uranium beyond what is necessary for commercial nuclear purposes, defying U.N. pressure, according to Rafael Grossi, the head of the...

Iraqi militias halt attacks on US forces at Iran’s request

Reuters reported, citing multiple Iranian and Iraqi sources, that Iraqi armed groups aligned with the Islamic Republic, at the request of Ismail Qaani, commander...

Israel opposes ‘unilateral’ Palestinian state declaration

Israel reaffirmed its stance against what it perceives as the "unilateral recognition" of Palestinian statehood, emphasizing the necessity of direct negotiations, as reported by...

Indian Union refuses arms shipments to Israel amid Gaza conflict

The Secretary-General of the Indian Water Transport Workers Federation has announced that ships carrying weapons for Israel will not be loaded or unloaded. Narender Rao...

Recognizing a Palestine State ‘not a taboo’ for France: Macron

French President acknowledges the legitimacy of recognizing Palestine, stating it's no longer taboo for France. Emmanuel Macron adds that if efforts for a two-state solution...

Iran’s main gas pipeline sabotaged, says oil minister

The Iranian oil minister said that two explosions occurred along Iran’s primary south-north gas pipeline network on Wednesday, attributing the incidents to sabotage. However,...

A Mid-Decade Review of the UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, the global agenda was set with an ambitious blueprint: the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These 17 goals aimed to sculpt...

Nearly 100,000 Palestinians killed, injured, or missing since start of Gaza War

Recently, the United Nations agencies have released alarming statistics regarding the casualties of the Gaza war, indicating that approximately 100,000 people have been killed,...

Houthi rebels claim to strike US and UK ships in Red Sea

Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for two separate attacks on US and British ships in the Red Sea on Tuesday. One of these...

Gaza conflict: 127 Palestinians killed in the past 24 hours

The Ministry of Health in Gaza has released the latest figures indicating that within the past 24 hours alone, 127 Palestinians were killed in...

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