UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced a new project aimed at detecting foreign terrorist fighters and serious criminals at the UN General Assembly in New York City.
RNA - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accused US National Security Advisor John R. Bolton, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for fueling tensions against the Islamic Republic in the region.
Russia’s military intelligence chief says such terrorist groups as al-Qaeda and Daesh are establishing a foothold in Latin America to recruit members for their activities in the Middle East and North Africa, where they have been mainly based.
A UN official has called on countries to take responsibility for their nationals, including thousands of children of Daesh fighters, who are stuck at a camp controlled by US-backed militants in northeast Syria.
The United States has agreed not to seek the death penalty against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in covert negotiations with the UK and Ecuador to get him evicted from the South American country’s embassy in London, US media reported.
Ecuadoran President Lenin Moreno sold off WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange to the United States after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) provided billions of dollars of loan to the Latin American country, according to former Republican congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul.
A group of former senior European politicians have signed a letter to the European Union that calls on the bloc to reject the so-called US peace plan for the Middle East if it is one-sided and unfair to Palestinians.
The US military men stationed in occupied bases in al-Anbar province use the ISIL terrorists in disguise of ordinary people to target the Iraqi forces in desert areas of the region.
Australian journalist and WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is likely to pay a higher price than Daniel Ellsberg, who had released the Pentagon Papers about the involvement in the Vietnam war, for exposing US government lies by publishing thousands of classified documents, British journalist Patrick Cockburn has said.