Saudi Arabia hacked Washington Post owner’s phone
An investigation into the leaking of Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos’ private phone data has revealed that Saudi Arabia hacked his phone, possibly because of the Post’s coverage of the state-sponsored murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Pope Francis issues statement of condolences for flood victims in Iran
Rasa – Pope Francis has issued a statement of condolences for the recent flood victims in ‎Iran.‎
Reap What You Sow: Why Iran Has Total Disregard for United States?
US President Donald Trump says “Iran has total disregard for the United States,” repeating his talking point against the nuclear deal as “the worst deal I’ve ever seen negotiated.”
US failed in its plans for speedy coup in Venezuela
A senior Russian official has reacted to threats by the United States for imposing sanctions on Moscow over its cooperation with the Venezuelan government, saying those threats show Washington has failed in its plan to carry out a “speedy coup” in the South American country.
US support enabled Saudis to brutalize journalist Khashoggi
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A senior journalist writing for the Washington Post has revealed more details about the gruesome killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in a diplomatic mission in Turkey in October, saying those who carried out the assassination had been trained in the United States.
UK Conservative Party openly Islamophobic
A senior political analyst from London says prominent Islmophobes have dominated Britain’s ruling Conservative Party as concerns grow over some of them nearing the position of leadership in the party.
Yemen says UK complicit in Saudi war crimes, can’t be peace-broker
A senior Houthi Ansarullah official has lashed out at British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt for supporting continued exports of lethal weapons to Saudi Arabia, saying that London cannot be a peace-broker in Yemen while it is still arming the invaders.
France, Belgium planning false flag Syria chemical attack
Russia has warned that the intelligence agencies of France and Belgium - in cooperation with terrorists and "pseudo-humanitarian" volunteers - are preparing to conduct a false flag chemical attack in Syria.
Saudi Khashoggi investigation falls short of intl. standards
The United Nations special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Agnes Callamard, says Saudi Arabia’s so-called investigation into the murder of prominent dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi falls short of international standards.