Friday, May 24
Storms killed at least three people in Oklahoma
The latest in a line of destructive storms pounding the central US killed at least three people as tornadoes raked across Missouri while heavy rain flooded rivers in Oklahoma.
Houthis hit Najran Airport for 3rd time in 72hrs
The drone attack targeted a Patriot missile-defense battery that had been installed at the airport.
Current PM Modi’s party wins majority in Indian election
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has secured another 5-year term after winning a landslide general election victory.
257 suspects arrested amid post-election riots in Indonesia
Argo Yuwono, the spokesman for Jakarta Police, said the suspects were arrested after clashing with the police, attempting to destroy the front gate of Bawaslu building, and setting cars a fire.
US court charges Assange with espionage
Julian Assange faces a total of 18 criminal counts and could face many decades in prison if convicted.
Greece: Our communication channels with Turkey should be open
Greek officials emphasized keeping communication channels with Turkey open for 'best result' in the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean.
Pelosi: Democrats not on a path to impeachment despite Trump's stunt
Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused Trump of trying to goad Democrats into pursuing impeachment but said her caucus is not taking the bait.
5 right-wing parties decide to form a minority government in Israel
Several representatives from the parties gathered to discuss the formation of a coalition government in Knesset.
Assad regime attacks kill six civilians in N. Syria
The total death toll in Idlib reached 460 since April 25 after the latest casualties.
Washington considers to send more troops to Middle East
According to US officials, Pentagon is planning to brief Washington on options to deploy as many as 5,000 American troops to the Middle East amid escalating tensions with Iran.
Pakistan calls for peace with India
Pakistan has signaled a willingness to open peace talks with India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears set to return to power in New Delhi.
I didn’t have much faith in the nuclear deal, says Khamenei
Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei had said last week that there would be no war with the United States.
Assad regime killed 12 civilians in Idlib
The new deaths brought to more than 455 civilians, who have lost their lives in Idlib since April 25.
If Assad uses chemical weapons in Syria, UK would act
State Department’s spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus it is investigating the alleged chemical attack in Idlib the last rebel area holding out against Bashar al-Assad.
TIKA distributes tablets in Pakistan
Turkish aid agency TIKA gives tablets to 249 students in Pak-Turk Maarif schools in Pakistan.
Turkish jets hit PKK terror targets in N. Iraq
Turkish airstrikes destroy weapon pits, shelters used by terrorists in Hakurk, Metina regions, says Turkey’s Defense Ministry Hulusi Akar
EU to ban single-use plastics
A ban on single-use plastics will be in place by 2021, the EU has agreed.
Rouhani: Tehran will not bow to US bullying
Iran will not give in to US bullying as Washington attempts to undermine Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers, President Hassan Rouhani says.
US intercepted six Russian military planes off the coast of Alaska
US fighter jets intercepted six Russian military planes in international airspace off the coast of Alaska.
Israeli forces arrests ten Palestinians in W.Bank
The Israeli army frequently carries out wide-ranging arrest campaigns across the occupied West Bank on the pretext of searching for 'wanted' Palestinians.