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April, 2021

  • 15 April

    Who wants war with Iran? Not Australia

    Iran has resented the US ever since the CIA and MI6 overthrew Prime Minister Mossadegh in 1953. For its part, the US has wanted vengeance against Iran ever since the Islamic revolution ousted their ally and Israel’s, Mohammad Reza Shah. Iran is the last …

  • 15 April

    Roundup: COVID-19 cases in Japan's Osaka hit record for 2nd straight day as expert warns of "fourth wave"

    TOKYO, April 14 (Xinhua) — Japan's western prefecture of Osaka on Wednesday saw a record high of daily COVID-19 infections for the second straight day, logging 1,130 new virus cases. A total of 4,312 new cases were reported nationwide, marking the highest …

  • 15 April

    Remains of IS-beheaded Syria archaeologist still missing: son

    Remains of IS-beheaded Syria archaeologist still missing: son

    The remains of Khaled al-Assaad, a Syrian archaeologist beheaded by Islamic State group jihadists, have yet to be recovered, his son told AFP on Wednesday. The official SANA news agency reported in February that authorities had uncovered three corpses in …

  • 15 April

    HIDDEN GENOCIDE – An Exhibition

    HIDDEN GENOCIDE - An Exhibition

    In five months, over 50,000 civilians have been massacred, an estimated 10,000 women brutally raped, well over 1,000,000 people internally displaced, 65,000 seeking refuge in Sudan. This exhibition will display crucial evidence and victim testimonies to …

  • 15 April

    Terror promoter, son face cybercrime charges

    Terror promoter, son face cybercrime charges

    Cybercrime cases are on rise in Bangladesh. Shahaha Rashid Sanu, a woman who posted video during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the ulterior motive of inciting riot, terrorist acts, vandalism and arson attacks along with her two sons …

  • 15 April

    Billboard apology to mum highlights Rome's burial crisis

    Billboard apology to mum highlights Rome's burial crisis

    An Italian has posted a message to his late mother on giant billboards around Rome in a bid to shame the authorities, still battling with the coronavirus, into providing burial plots for the city's dead. "Mum, sorry I've not been able to have you buried …

  • 15 April

    Turkey's daily COVID-19 cases surpass 60,000

    Turkey confirmed 62,797 more novel coronavirus cases on Wednesday, its highest single-day figure since the start of the pandemic. Among the new cases are 2,802 symptomatic patients, and the total number in the country has reached 4,

  • 15 April

    Turkey frees journalist Altan after European rights court ruling

    Turkey frees journalist Altan after European rights court ruling

    A Turkish court on Wednesday ordered the release of journalist and novelist Ahmet Altan after more than four years in prison on charges of involvement in a failed 2016 coup attempt that he had always denied.

  • 15 April

    Kim Jong Un pushes ahead desperate ambitions

    Kim Jong Un pushes ahead desperate ambitions

    According to leaked intelligence reports, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un celebrated his birthday with a long wish-list of new weapons. It included more accurate long-range missiles, super large warheads,

  • 15 April

    Top London universities named on website sharing sexual harassment experiences

    Several of London’s top universities have been named on a website where students anonymously share experiences of sexual harassment, abuse, assault and misogyny. University College London, King’s College London and the London School of Economics are …