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  • Germany calls for accelerating the Iranian nuclear file

    The German government called on Thursday, for accelerating progress in the negotiations on the Iranian nuclear file . After meeting with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, German Foreign Minister Annalena Birbock said that "urgent progress" is n

  • The Saudi-led coalition forces strike Sanaa

    The Saudi-led coalition forces announced on Tuesday that they are carrying out airstrikes on Sanaa in response to the latest attacks on Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), by the Houthis. "We have targeted terrorist leaders north o

  • News of Iran and Saudi Arabia's intention to reopen their embassies

    An Iranian official revealed, on Saturday, that "Tehran and Riyadh are preparing to reopen their embassies." A member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian parliament, Jalil Rahimi Jahanabadi, said in a tweet via "Twit

  • European Parliament President David Sassoli dies at 65

    David Sassoli, president of the European Parliament, died early Tuesday morning. He was 65. “The @EP_President David Sassoli passed away at 1.15 am on 11 January at the CRO in Aviano (PN), Italy, where he was hospitalized,” his spokesman Roberto Cui

  • New round of negotiations between Iran and Saudi Arabia in Iraq

    Iran announced on Monday a new round of negotiations between it and Saudi Arabia in Iraq, with the aim of settling differences and returning relations to normal. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said in a weekly press briefing: "

  • More than 160 killed, 5,000 arrested during unrest in Kazakhstan

    The total number of people detained in Kazakhstan since the violent protests began last week has risen to 5,135, the country’s Interior Ministry said on Sunday. In a statement, the ministry said more than 1,300 security personnel have been injured w

  • Dozens of protesters in Kazakhstan killed

    Dozens of protesters were killed as they tried to take over government buildings in Kazakhstan's commercial capital Almaty, the country's police spokesman said Thursday. Saltanat Azirbek, in a statement to local news channel Haber 24, said clashes w

  • Egyptian prosecutors release Yusuf al-Qaradawi's daughter

    An Egyptian prosecution decided on Friday to release the daughter of prominent Muslim scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi after spending four years in prison. Egypt's official MENA news agency quoted an unnamed official source as saying that public prosecutor

  • The annual conference of American Muslims

    Today, Monday, the 20th annual conference of the MAS-ICNA, which is moderated by Muslims of America, was held in Chicago. According to international news agencies, the 20th annual conference of MAS-ICNA was held today, Monday, December 27, 2021, whi

  • Pfizer 33% effective against omicron strain

    The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine provides 33% protection against the coronavirus' omicron variant, said the results of a study done in South Africa released on Tuesday. The protection from two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, reaching as high as 80%

  • Death toll hits 7 in Sicily gas leak blast

    Four more bodies have been found in the rubble of buildings wrecked in Saturday night’s explosion in Sicily, raising the death toll to seven. Two people are still missing after the blast, suspected to be caused by a gas leak, destroyed and damaged s

  • Dozens feared dead in Kentucky as tornadoes tear across US states

    At least 50 people are believed to have died in a tornado that struck the southeastern US state of Kentucky, local media reported on Saturday. "We know that we are likely to have more than 50 deaths, if not significantly north of that, from this eve

  • Olaf Scholz sworn in as Germany’s new chancellor

    Olaf Scholz was sworn in as Germany’s new chancellor on Wednesday, ending Angela Merkel’s historic 16-year tenure. Scholz, whose Social Democrat got the most votes in the country’s Sept. 26 general elections, was officially elected chancellor by par

  • 14 death in Indonesia's Semeru volcano eruption

    The death toll from the Semeru volcano eruption in Indonesia's East Java state has risen to 14, according to local media, which also reported that the volcano has resumed spewing lava and thick smoke. Rescue teams were forced to cease their activiti

  • Turkey launches a new military operation against the Kurdistan Workers' Party

    The Turkish Interior Ministry announced the launch of a new security operation against the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in the southeast of the country. The ministry said in a statement, Saturday, that it had "launched the new operation in the sta

  • WHO: We have not recorded any deaths associated with Omicron

    The World Health Organization confirmed that it had not received any information about the deaths of the new strain "Omicron". WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier told a press conference in Geneva: "I have not seen any information that there have been

  • Saudi Arabia confirms first case of Omicron variant

    Saudi Arabia has confirmed its first case of the new Omicron coronavirus variant as countries tighten restrictions on international travel in an attempt to slow its spread. Saudi Arabia’s state-run SPA quoted a source from the health ministry as say

  • 3 killed, 8 hurt in shooting at Michigan high school

    Three students were killed in a shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford Township, Michigan, on Tuesday, authorities said. The victims were identified as Tate Myre, 16, Hana St. Juliana, 14, and Madisyn Baldwin, 17, according to the Oakland County S

  • WHO: Omicron variant poses a very high risk

    The Omicron variant of the coronavirus poses a "very high" risk globally, the World Health Organization warned Monday as a special session of the global health body began Monday. "If another major surge of COVID-19 takes place driven by Omicron, con

  • Saudi Arabia suspends flights to and from African countries amid fears of the new Coronavirus

    The Saudi authorities announced, on Friday, the suspension of flights to and from countries located in southern Africa, as fears escalated over the new mutated Coronavirus, which was found in South Africa. The countries are: "The Republic of South A

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