AP – Two blasts went off near bus stops in the occupied Al-Quds at the height of morning rush hour on Wednesday, killing a Canadian teenager and injuring at least 18, in what police said were suspected attacks by Palestinians.
A senior Iranian rights official condemned a recent decision by Danish authorities to separate an autistic Iranian child from his family, calling on Copenhagen to reverse the measure and reunite the minor with his relatives.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi lashed out at the administration of US President Joe Biden for refusing to lift the brutal sanctions against Iranian people, imposed by his predecessor, after about five months.
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.
Three people were killed and several others were injured on Monday after two explosions hit the United Arab Emirates hours before the landing of the first direct flight between Israel and the Arab country in Abu Dhabi.
Sri Lanka faces a likely collapse in tourism following Easter Sunday bomb attacks on churches and hotels, which would deal a severe blow to the island’s economy and financial markets, and potentially force it to seek further IMF assistance.
Several airstrikes and explosions have reportedly shaken the Libyan capital of Tripoli as fierce fighting continues between Libya’s UN-backed government troops and forces loyal to renegade general Khalifa Haftar.
US President Donald Trump has blasted as an “attempted coup” Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into his alleged ties with Russia, the findings of which will be released in redacted form soon.