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Khamenei backs government’s gasoline price hike

Protesters burn a motorcycle during a demonstration

Protesters burn a motorcycle during a demonstration On Sunday, Iran’s supreme leader backed the government’s decision of raising gasoline prices. Due to which protest broke out in many parts of Iran.    Along with this, Khamenei referred to the angry protesters as “thugs.” The statement signalled a potential crackdown on the demonstrations.  The protesters set ablaze the public property over the hike. After

Sporadic airstrike continues after Gaza truce

Body of Rasmi Abu Malhous and seven members of his family who were killed in overnight Israeli missile strikes.

Body of Rasmi Abu Milhous and seven members of his family who were killed in overnight Israeli missile strikes. The fighting between Israel and Islamic Jihad militant’s continues which ranges throughout Gaza.  Residents say Airstrike came without warning. Importantly, two loud blasts shook the night. This has resulted in destroying Abu Malhous home and killing eight members of the family in

Uranium particles detected in Iran

UN’s nuclear watchdogs raises concerns over uranium particles detected in Iran.

UN’s nuclear watchdogs raises concerns over uranium particles detected in Iran. Iran’s uranium stockpile reached 551kg which is beyond the 300kg limit laid down in 2015 deal confirms UN agency. At an undeclared site in Iran, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog detected uranium particles. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirms the report, on Monday. The statement reads, “the agency has detected natural uranium

Top Islamic Jihad commander killed in Gaza strike

Fire blowing out of a building after explosion in Gaza City

Fire blowing out of a building after explosion in Gaza City The killing of Baha Abu Al-Atta in his home is likely to pose new challenges for Hamas group. Since 2014 war, Hamas has tried to maintain a truce with Israel. On Tuesday, Israel slays a top commander for Palestinian militant group backed by Iran.  The Islamic jihadist got hit in a

Iran discovers new oil field

President Hassan Rouhani speaks in a public gathering at the city of Yazd, Iran.

President Hassan Rouhani speaks in a public gathering at the city of Yazd, Iran. Iran has discovered a new oil field in southern part of the country. According to the reports the filed carries over 50 billion barrels of crude oil.  Importantly, the discovery would boost the country's proven reserves by a third. Even than Iran struggles to sell energy abroad due to

Anti-Government protesters storm Baghdad Bridge

Iraqi security forces deployed in large number.

Iraqi security forces deployed in large number. Protesters in Baghdad clashed with security forces on a fourth bridge over the Tigris River. Previous clashes forced the closure of three other spans resulting in paralyzing much of the city. More than 29 people were wounded after being hit with batons or exposed to tear gas on or near Martyrs' Bridge, said

ISIS confirms Baghdadi’s Death and names new chief

Abu Bakar’s villas destroyed by US airforces in Syria.

Abu Bakar’s villas destroyed by US airforces in Syria. The United States of America released a video of raid on Baghdadi. Along with this, ISIS has also confirmed the death of their beloved leader. Thursday was a very eventful day for Islamic State of Iran and Syria (ISIS). On one hand, they confirmed Abu Bakar Al Baghdadi’s Death, former chief of ISIS. On the

Saudi Arabia, UAE vow to co-operate on Yemen

UAE, Saudi Arabia pledge to continue fight against Houthi rebels in Yemen

UAE, Saudi Arabia pledge to continue fight against Houthi rebels in Yemen In a joint statement, Saudi Arabia and UAE said that they want to protect the country under the leadership of the legitimate president, Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi. Saudi Arabia and the UAE have pledged to continue their fight against Iran-backed Al Houthi militants. In a joint statement, Saudi Arabia and

Saudi Arabia to end travel restrictions for women

Royal decree permits women in Saudi Arabia to travel without permission

Royal decree permits women in Saudi Arabia to travel without permission Authorities in Saudi Arabia have put an end to travel restrictions for women, after ending the ban on women driving cars last year. Saudi Arabia has started implementing the amendments in the royal decree that allowed women above the age of 21 to travel without the consent of a male guardian.

Fresh clashes in Syria’s Idlib province triggering “total panic”, says UN

Fresh fighting in Syria’s Idllib province creating panic: UN

Fresh fighting in Syria’s Idllib province creating panic: UN The renewed fighting in Syria’s Idlib province has created an atmosphere of “total panic” among civilians, a senior UN official has asserted UN humanitarian chief for Syria's, Panoz Moumtzis, said that a humanitarian disaster in jihadi-controlled Idlib province of Syria could foreshadow a wider government offensive and compel hundreds of thousands to leave

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