Assad regime used chemical weapons in Saraqib: Global watchdog

The Assad regime used chemical weapons against its population in Saraqib, Syria in 2018, a global watchdog said on Monday

Turkish leader welcomes Libyan premier with ceremony

Turkey's president on Monday welcomed the prime minister of Libya's Government of National Unity with an official ceremony in the capital Ankara

Azerbaijan awards Order of Friendship to Turkish envoy


Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev on Saturday awarded the Order of Friendship to Turkey’s Ambassador in Baku Erkan Ozoral

Turkey summons Chinese envoy over embassy's remarks

The Turkish Foreign Ministry on Tuesday summoned the Chinese ambassador to Ankara over the Chinese Embassy’s social media posts that caused a discomfort

Denial, Deception, and Duplicity Are Part of Tehran's DNA


Last week, retirees, pensioners, and welfare recipients once again marched in 23 cities in 19 provinces across Iran. They protested low benefits and skyrocketing prices. Anxious about growing protests even in the midst of a global pandemic, the Iranian regime has stepped up human rights abuses, including executions

Iran – Coronavirus death toll in 535 cities exceeds 244,000


Mrs. Maryam Rajavi: Khamenei has ultimate responsibility for the massive
death toll in Iran

557 killed in Myanmar since coup, says rights group


At least 557 people have been killed in a crackdown against pro-democracy protesters since the Feb.1 military takeover in Myanmar, according to the latest figures by a rights watchdog

Turkey condoles with Indonesia over deadly floods


Turkey on Sunday expressed condolences to Indonesia over Sunday’s deadly floods in which at least 44 people have died

Pakistan 'puzzled' over no invite to US climate summit


Apparently irked over not being invited to an upcoming US-hosted meeting on the climate crisis, Pakistan's prime minister on Saturday said he could not understand the omission

Myanmar's military junta killed 43 children in past two months, Save the Children says

At least 43 children have been killed by Myanmar's armed forces in the two months since the junta seized control in a military coup, according to Save the Children

Turkey's innovative COVID vaccine candidate on WHO list


Turkey's innovative coronavirus vaccine candidate based on virus-like particles (VLP) has entered the World Health Organization (WHO) list, the country's industry and technology minister said on Wednesday

Stability in S. Asia linked to Kashmir, says Pakistan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that peace and stability in South Asia is linked to the resolution of all outstanding issues, mainly the long-smoldering Kashmir dispute, which has been a bone of contention

Death toll rises to 141 in Myanmar’s bloodiest day


Myanmar has seen the most violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on Saturday when the ruling military regime put on a show of its strength on its annual Armed Forces Day

Turkey condemns violence against Myanmar protesters


Turkey on Saturday "strongly condemned" the most violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Myanmar when the ruling military regime put on a show of its strength on its annual Armed Forces Day

At least 50 killed in Myanmar’s bloodiest day


Myanmar has seen the most violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on Saturday when the ruling military regime put on a show of its strength on its annual Armed Forces Day, killing at least 50 people

Turkey sends aid to Bangladesh after Cox's Bazar fire


A Turkish military cargo plane carrying hospital supplies and a field hospital departed for Bangladesh early Saturday following the March 22 deadly blaze in Cox’s Bazar which shelters thousands of Rohingya refugees

Iran: Coronavirus fatalities in 522 cities surpass 236,800

NCCT spokesman: The British COVID-19 has spread in the entire country

Turkey: President Erdogan re-elected ruling party head

Turkey's president on Wednesday was unanimously re-elected leader of the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party in a congress in the capital Ankara.

Myanmar security forces kill seven-year-old girl in her home in Mandalay

A seven-year-old girl has been killed in her home in Myanmar after security forces opened fire in the second-largest city, Mandalay

Maryam Rajavi: Iran is ready for another revolution to overthrow the mullahs’ regime

Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), delivered a speech, in which she highlighted the social circumstances of Iran, the achievements of the Iranian people and their resistance movement in the past year