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Sudan says 87 killed when troops broke up protest, critics say too low
The head of an official Sudanese investigation said on Saturday 87 people were killed when security forces broke up a protest on June 3, a figure that prompted demonstrations across the capital as opponents of Sudan’s military rulers dismissed it as far too low.
Critics seize on Corbyn’s Press TV interview amid anti-Semitism row
An anti-Semitism row within the British Labour Party has deepened as critics of party chief Jeremy Corbyn seize on comments he made to the Press TV six years ago, saying they reflected the anti-Semite feelings of the Labour leader.
Farhadi watches documentary on 'About the Salesman'
Notable Iranian director Asghar Farhadi watched a documentary on 'About the Salesman' themed on his Oscar-winning flick at Charsou Cineplex.
Trump returns from summit with Putin to forceful criticism
Putin: Idea Russia has compromising material on Trump is ‘nonsense’
US President Donald Trump returned late Monday from his European tour to face ire in Washington, where US Intelligence officials and senior Republicans as well as usual Trump critics were denouncing the president as “Shameful,” “'disgraceful,” and “'weak,” after he refused to challenge Russian President Vladimir Putin over interference in American elections.
Rouhani defends JCPOA after call for apology
In a statement on Monday, President Rouhani’s office defended the nuclear deal signed with world powers after critics of the agreement called for an apology for signing the deal.
Trump praises FBI official's firing, but critics call it 'dangerous'
US President Donald Trump has praised the firing of a senior FBI agent just two days before his retirement, calling it a "great day for democracy" and hoping it would bring an end to a probe into alleged collusion between Trump’s election campaign and Russia.
New Saudi counterterrorism law aims to silence critics: HRW
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has strongly denounced Saudi Arabia's new counterterrorism law, saying it could be used to further stifle dissent across the kingdom.
Amnesty International urges Bahrain to end torture after sex abuse report
Amnesty International has called on Bahrain to put an end to torturing government critics and all other forms of human rights violations after a report revealed sexual abuse of a female activist during interrogation.
Spokesman rejects gov’t critics’ claims against FATF
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi on Thursday rejected critics’ claims that adoption of the action plan of Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will result in extradition of Iranian top Quds Force commander to US.
Bahrain detains families of UK horse show critics
Bahraini forces have taken into custody family members of three UK-based activists critical of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah’s attendance at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Human Rights Watch condemns Trump for ‘discrediting, harassing’ his critics
A prominent US human rights group has criticized President Donald Trump for his campaign to “discredit, harass, and intimidate" his critics, comparing the new American leader to “demagogues in other countries.”
New site mooted for Inverness see-saw arts installation
A new location for 'The Gathering Place' — a see-saw-like arts installation that has its critics but also supporters — has been unveiled.
Critics push US to take more refugees
The United States has come under more pressure to help Europe find sanctuary for a flood of immigrants displaced by war and chaos, but Washington showed no signs of planning a dramatic increase in its intake of refugees.
Brazil president ready to talk to critics
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has expressed readiness to negotiate with her critics following massive protests across the country, saying she will release an anti-corruption plan in the coming days.
Parviz, hero or antihero?!
By Hossein Mohammad Doust

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