Tuesday, June 28, 2022

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Bus Accident in North India Kills at Least 44

At least 44 have lost their lives after a bus carrying over 50 passengers fell into a river in northern India, according to media reports.

US State Dept. Criticises Turkey While Trump Congratulates Erdogan!

US President Donald Trump called his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to congratulate him on winning a much-disputed referendum that will cement his autocratic rule over the country.

ISIS Chops Off Ears of 33 Disobedient Elements

The ISIS terrorist group used to execute the elements who tried to flee from battle, but it is now running out of fighters and is thus resorting to alternative ways such as cutting off the ears of its deserters.

Blast in Egyptian Church Leaves 30 Dead, Dozens Injured

At least 30 people were killed in an explosion at a Coptic Church in the city of Tanta in northern Egypt, sources say.

Trump Can’t Speak of Syrian Babies While Closing US Doors to Them

Hillary Clinton has described US President Trump as hypocritical, arguing that while he uses pictures of children killed in gas attacks to justify airstrikes in Syria, he at the same time closes the country’s door on Syrian refugees.

31 Killed in ISIS Attack on Iraq’s Tikrit

At least 31 people, including 14 police officers, were killed and more than 40 wounded in attacks overnight by the ISIS militants in the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit.

Over 12 Killed in Attack on Russian Base in Chechnya

An attack by Chechen militants against a Russian military base has claimed the lives of more than 12 people.

US Imposes Fresh Sanctions on Firms Working with Iran

The United States has imposed sanctions on 30 foreign companies or individuals for alleged transfer of‘sensitive technology’to Iran for its missile program, the State Department said on Friday.

Trump’s Travel Ban Once Again Blocked

A federal judge in Hawaii has blocked US President Trump’s revised travel ban just hours before it was due to go into effect, marking another stinging blow to the administration.

Radical Kuwaiti Sheikh Says Photoshop Forbidden

A Wahhabi Kuwaiti sheikh claimed that using Photoshop or any photo editor is forbidden because it goes against Allah!

40 Killed, 45 Wounded in Twins Blasts in Damascus

The explosion of two bombs near a cemetery in the Bab Masala area of Damascus has killed and injured dozens of people, Syrian official news agency reported.

ISIS Leader May Have Escaped Iraq’s Mosul

The ISIS terrorist group’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has once again slipped through the fingertips of Iraqi forces and allied troops controlling the area around Mosul, Iraq.

ISIS Leader Can Apply for US Visa, Iranian PhD Students Can’t!

The revised version of Trump’s travel ban blocks visitors from six countries of Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, Iran, and Sudan, but it exempts Iraq, the homeland of several renowned terrorists and extremists who are now allowed to apply for the US visa!

Trump Is Liar, Deflector: US House Minority Leader

Nancy Pelosi, the Minority Leader of the US House of Representatives, called US President Donald Trump a liar for accusing former President Barack Obama of tapping the phones in Trump Tower.

Over 45,000 Displaced by Fighting in West Mosul

The ongoing operation to retake west Mosul from extremists has pushed more than 45,000 people to flee, the International Organisation for Migration said on Sunday (March 5).

Europe Votes to End Visa-Free Travel for Americas

The European Parliament (EP) has voted to end visa-free travel for Americans within the EU.

Kuwait Rejects Saudi Request for War Subvention

The Kuwaiti administration has reportedly given the thumbs down in reaction to Saudi Arabia’s request for subvention in Yemen war.

Saudi King Salman Takes Selfie with Malaysian PM

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud and Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak engaged in what is said to be “selfie diplomacy”.

Several Injured after Truck Rams Crowd in New Orleans

At least 28 people, five seriously, were wounded after a pickup truck hit two cars and then ran into the crowd attending the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans, the United States.

Dozens Killed in Suicide Attacks on Syrian Security Forces in Homs

Suicide bombers stormed two Syrian security offices in Homs on Saturday, killing dozens with gunfire and explosions including a senior intelligence officer and prompting airstrikes against the last militant-held enclave in the western city.

7 Countries Targeted by Trump’s Ban Pose No Terror Threat to US

US security analysts have found no clear terror threat from citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries targeted in President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban.

Saudi FM Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq after Years

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir was in Baghdad for talks on Saturday, the first such visit by a chief diplomat from the kingdom since 2003.

Syrian Rebels Seek ‘Direct Negotiations’ with Assad’s Government

Syria's main opposition group has called for face-to-face discussions with government representatives, as a new round of talks in Geneva begins one year after meetings in the Swiss city fell apart.

Israeli PM’s Plane Forced to Take Detour around Indonesia

The Israeli prime minister was forced to take a two and a half-hour detour en route to Australia, apparently to avoid Indonesian airspace as it was disallowed from venturing into the Muslim country's airspace.

Saudi King to Visit Indonesia with Entourage of 1,500

Saudi Arabia's King Salman will visit Jakarta and Bali on the Indonesian leg of his Asian tour next month, bringing 1,500 people in his entourage including 10 ministers, Indonesian officials said.

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