0247 GMT May 28, 2018
Turkish opposition deputies switch to help fledging party fight snap elections
Fifteen Turkish parliamentarians from the main opposition have switched to the fledgling Iyi Party to ensure it can run in snap June elections called by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, officials from the opposition CHP said on Sunday.
Armenia PM storms out of talks with opposition leader
Armenia's political turmoil deepened on Sunday as Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian stormed out of talks with opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan, who was later forcibly removed from a protest.
Asian nations can act as messengers of peace, friendship: Iran diplomat
Asian nations with their rich culture and civilization can be the messengers of peace and friendship and promote interactions among world nations, Iran's ambassador to Beijing said on Sunday.
10,000 kites fly high in China's Weifang festival (Video)
Over 10,000 kites filled the skies on Saturday during the opening ceremony of the Weifang International Kite Festival, in Shangdong Province.
Thousands rally in Israel to condemn government corruption (Video)
Thousands took to the streets of Tel Aviv on Saturday to stage an anti-corruption demo condemning draft laws that would limit the powers of Israel's Supreme Court.
Iran top security official to address Russia security confab
Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) is scheduled to deliver a speech at a security conference slated to be held in Sochi, Russia.
HR advocates question US annual rights report
Human rights groups have slammed the US State Department annual report on the condition of human rights in other countries, American News Publication ‘Foreign Policy’ (FP) reported.
Ansarullah Movement after political solution to Yemen crisis
A senior Yemeni official said on Saturday that the national salvation government in his country welcomes any 'proposals leading to serious and durable peace.'
Iran book fair opens in Kabul
For the second consecutive year, Iran opened a book fair in at the University of Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday.
Daesh-claimed bombing kills nearly 50 in Kabul
A suicide bomber struck a voter registration center in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 48 people in an attack claimed by the Daesh terror group.
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