A senior ringleader of a Takfiri terrorist group involved in the assassination of the Yemeni minister of sports and youth affairs in the National Salvation Government was killed in the country’s southwestern province of Dhamar.
A record surge of coronavirus cases in the US pushed hospitals closer to the brink of capacity and drove the number of infections reported on Friday to an ominous new daily world record of 100,000, four days before the US presidential election.
Ivory Coast citizens went to the polls on Saturday even as some opposition supporters tried to disrupt the vote, heeding a call from two rival candidates of President Alassane Ouattara for a boycott over his bid for a third term.
Special Assistant to the Speaker of Iran’s Parliament for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that a special court was formed in the Iranian Judiciary from the first days after the US assassination of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, and it pursued the case at the national and international levels.
With presidential election day looming, more than 85 million Americans have cast ballots, including nine million in Texas, where the secretary of state’s office on Friday said early voting had eclipsed total turnout from 2016.
The mayor of the Italian city of Florence lashed out against protestors on Saturday after violent skirmishes broke out between police and demonstrators opposed to the government's anti-COVID-19 measures.
Iran repeated denial of owning the crude shipments seized and recently sold by the United States, saying the “rogue regime” in Washington has certainly stolen the cargo and is now openly bragging about the act of piracy.