Internationally-renowned South African human rights activist Desmond Tutu has rebuked fellow Nobel Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi over the massacre, persecution and forcible eviction of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Desmond Tutu criticizes Suu Kyi over plight of Rohingya Muslims
North Korea has warned that the US will “pay dearly” after Washington’s ambassador to the United Nations said the Asian peninsular country was “begging for war” as tensions continue to mount between the two countries.
Haley 'hysteric fit' to cost US dearly, North Korea warns
Rogue elements in America’s CIA, Zionists, and neoconservatives are working closely with the Myanmar regime in order to plan and execute the Nakba-inspired operation against Rohingya Muslims, political commentator and international lawyer Barry Grossman says.
CIA, Zionists helping Myanmar to execute Nakba-inspired operation against the Rohingya: Expert
Pakistan’s anti-corruption agency is set to open a criminal investigation against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and current Finance Minister Ishaq Dar after the ex-premier was ousted from power by the country’s Supreme Court over corruption charges.
Pakistan's anti-corruption agency to file criminal charges against ex-PM, finance minister
An Indian court on Thursday sentenced to death two men convicted of involvement in India's most deadly bombings, a series of blasts in the city of Mumbai that killed 257 people in 1993, while two others were jailed for life.
India sentences 2 men to death over 1993 bombings
The latest estimates by the United Nations show a fresh bout of violence against the Rohingya minority Muslims that erupted in Myanmar two weeks ago has forced a record number of people to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.
Some 164,000 Rohingya refugees fled fresh violence in Myanmar: UN
Iran’s foreign minister has chided the international community for remaining silent on the violence directed toward Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, calling for swift action to end the genocide.
Iran urges action on Rohingya genocide before 'it's too late'
Qatari shipping company is set to launch what it calls the fastest direct service between Doha and the Pakistani port city of Karachi this week, as the Persian Gulf state seeks to establish new trade routes amid a land, air and sea blockade from its Arab neighbors.
Qatar taps Pakistan market amid Persian Gulf blockade
A freight train set about its long journey from Muslim-residing Yinchuan, the capital of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, central China, on Tuesday to come to Tehran in the framework of the new Silk Road plan, named the One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR).
Cargo train starts long journey from China to Iran
An Indian journalist, known for her outspoken criticism of right-wing Hindu nationalist politics, has been shot dead in the country’s southern state of Karnataka.
Indian journalist critical of Hindu politics gunned down outside home

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