Israeli killing of autistic Palestinian draws US comparison

Israeli forces have killed an autistic Palestinian man in Jerusalem. Eyad Halak could not understand the orders of Israeli soldiers because of his condition. The brutal killing of the young Palestinian man has sparked comparisons with the murder of African-American George Floyd in the US. 

‘Israeli cyber security firm party to Saudi megacity project’

The controversial NEOM megacity project is pursued by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. (Illustrative photo) An Israeli company closely intertwined with the Israeli military is said to be engaged in the development of Saudi Arabia’s contentious NEOM megacity project initiated by Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. Arabic-language Arabi 21 online newspaper, citing a post published onContinue reading “‘Israeli cyber security firm party to Saudi megacity project’”

Greek teachers protest against education reform bill

This image grab shows Greek teachers took to the streets of Athens on Tuesday to oppose a new education reform bill. Greek teachers took to the streets of Athens on Tuesday to oppose a new education reform bill that would impact schools countrywide. The draft which is expected to become a law on Wednesday willContinue reading “Greek teachers protest against education reform bill”

The scandal of the UK’s dying alone victims

In the past three months thousands of people across Britain have been quietly buried with their deaths attributed to unexplained causes More than three months into the UK’s coronavirus crisis the hidden facts are slowly emerging, much to the chagrin and embarrassment of the government.     Around three weeks into the lockdown the first alarmContinue reading “The scandal of the UK’s dying alone victims”

Greek teachers protest against education reform bill

This image grab shows Greek teachers took to the streets of Athens on Tuesday to oppose a new education reform bill. Greek teachers took to the streets of Athens on Tuesday to oppose a new education reform bill that would impact schools countrywide. The draft which is expected to become a law on Wednesday willContinue reading “Greek teachers protest against education reform bill”

US police brutality against African-Americans is deep-seated

People block an intersection during a protest on May 29, 2020 in Denver, Colorado. The US is facing protests against the brutal killing of an unarmed African-American in Minneapolis. But George Floyd’s murder is not an isolated incident. Police brutality against people of color in the US is a long and deep problem.

Violent protests rock US cities over George Floyd’s killing

Police use tear gas to disperse protesters during a demonstration in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 29, 2020, over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white policeman kneeled on his neck for several minutes. (Photo by AFP) Cities across the US have witnessed protests over the killing of an African-AmericanContinue reading “Violent protests rock US cities over George Floyd’s killing”

Iran military overhauls 10 helicopters, puts them in service

Ten Iranian military helicopters have been overhauled and become operational by the country’s military industries.
The helicopters entered into service through a ceremony on Sunday, after being overhauled by Iran Helicopter Support and Renewal Company (IHSRC), which is affiliated with Iran Aviation Industries Organization (IAIO). 
Addressing the ceremony, Iran’s Deputy Defense Minister Brigadier General Qassem Taqizadeh said the IHSRC is now able to overhaul a wide range of military helicopters, including Chinook CH and SH series as well as Mil Mi-17.
Since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Iran has made great achievements in its defense sector and attained self-sufficiency in producing essential military equipment and systems.

Coronavirus: Paris gallery keeps visitors apart with extension hats

An art gallery in Paris has turned to ‘winged’ headware inspired by an ancient Chinese dynasty to ensure its visitors respect coronavirus social distancing rules as they peruse the displays. The colorful papier-mache hats have long extensions, or wings, to keep the gallery’s art lovers one meter apart, an idea drawn from the headgear wornContinue reading “Coronavirus: Paris gallery keeps visitors apart with extension hats”

US police brutality against African-Americans is deep-seated

People block an intersection during a protest on May 29, 2020 in Denver, Colorado. The US is facing protests against the brutal killing of an unarmed African-American in Minneapolis. But George Floyd’s murder is not an isolated incident. Police brutality against people of color in the US is a long and deep problem.

Libya’s UN-backed govt. regains full control of capital Tripoli

Fighters loyal to the UN-recognized Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) cheer after retaking Tripoli International Airport from rival forces loyal to strongman Khalifa Haftar, on June 3, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Libya’s UN-backed government says its forces have managed to fully regain control of the capital, Tripoli, and its suburbs, after being besieged forContinue reading “Libya’s UN-backed govt. regains full control of capital Tripoli”

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