/ 4 years ago
/ Nasir Mahmood - 4 years ago
US Congressman David Kustoff said in an interview on Wednesday that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is only hurting his citizens and country by putting tariffs on US products.
/ Rania Khalil - 4 years ago
About 800 trucks with goods for Gaza residents are expected to enter the enclave on Wednesday via the only cargo crossing that was recently reopened by Israel in response to a maintained ceasefire on the border, Raed Fattouh, chairman of a Palestinian Authority-affiliated committee for the delivery of goods to the Gaza Strip, told Sputnik.
/ Minahil Waseem - 4 years ago
A prominent human rights watchdog harshly criticized Wednesday the Bangladeshi authorities for trying to silence peaceful protesters, conducting arbitrary arrests and tracking people on social media following recent mass student protests.
/ Imran Iqbal - 4 years ago
Despite the fact that the majority of students in England and Wales are satisfied with the quality of education they receive, 62 percent of them believe that the up to 9,000 pound ($11,440) annual tuition fees are not justified, a poll conducted by the YouGov research and data company showed on Wednesday.
/ Rehan Amjad - 4 years ago
The United States nearly broke relations with Turkey, Ankara is disappointed with Washington's actions, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said Wednesday.
Alex Jones, the founder of conspiracy theory website InfoWars, confirmed on Wednesday that his Twitter account had temporarily been put in a read-only mode by the social network over Jones' alleged violation of its policy on abuse.
/ Ayeza Ali - 4 years ago
A Turkish court has refused to release US pastor Andrew Brunson from house arrest, media reported on Wednesday citing sources
Forthcoming replacement of the Greek ambassador to Moscow is not an unfriendly move against Russia and is not related to the tensions in bilateral relations, a source in the Greek Foreign Ministry told Sputnik