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Protests continue in Iran over death of woman in custody
DUBAI: Protests continued in several cities across Iran on Thursday September 29 against the death of a young woman in police custody, state and social media reported, as a human rights group said at least 83 people ... ... human rights group said at least 83 people had been killed in nearly two weeks of demonstrations. Mahsa Amini , 22, from Iran's Kurdish town of Saqez , was arrested this month in Tehran for unsuitable attire by the morality police who enforces the Islamic ...
Updated: 09/30/2022
Iran steps up pressure on celebrities, journalists over women's protests
Iran has stepped up pressure on celebrities and journalists over the wave of women-led protests sparked by outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini after she was arrested by the Islamic Republic's morality police. Iran has stepped up pressure on celebrities and journalists over the wave of women-led protests sparked by outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini after she was arrested by the Islamic republic's morality police. Filmmakers, athletes,...
Updated: 09/29/2022
Army major, Johns Hopkins anesthesiologist charged with conspiracy to Russia
The Justice Department accused an Army doctor and Johns Hopkins anesthesiologist of conspiring to provide the Russian government with medical information about U.S. soldiers and their relatives. The Justice Department accused an Army doctor and Johns Hopkins anesthesiologist of conspiring to provide the Russian government with medical information about U.S. soldiers and their relatives. According to a Hopkins ...
Updated: 09/29/2022
US Congress approves USD 288.6 million in Foreign Military Financing for Poland
The Congress of the United States has approved USD 288.6 million in Foreign Defense Financing FMF for Poland. The Congress of ... ... defend against the increased threat from Russia. Poland had delivered extraordinary support to Ukraine in the face of Russia's invasion and that these funds would speed the backfill of capabilities Poland has been able to provide from its own stocks to ...
Updated: 09/29/2022
EU vows robust response to sabotage of Nord Stream pipelines
Berlin COPENHAGEN: The European Union promised a robust response to any intentional disruption of its energy infrastructure after saying that it ... ... spent billions of dollars building. Russia, which slashed gas deliveries to Europe after the West imposed sanctions over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, has also said sabotage is a possibility. The EU foreign policy chief Borrell said that any disruption ...
Updated: 09/28/2022
Myanmar model granted asylum in Canada
A Myanmar fashion model who was denied entry to Thailand and feared for her arrest by the military government in Yangon if she was forced back home from exile has flown to Canada, which she says has granted her asylum.... ... has flown to Canada, which she says has granted her asylum. According to Archayon Kraithong, a deputy commissioner of Thailand's Immigration Bureau , Thaw Nandar Aung , also known as Han Lay, left a flight from Bangkok s Suvarnabhumi airport early on ...
Updated: 09/28/2022
Americans in Russia urged to leave immediately
Americans currently in Russia should leave the country as early as possible, according to the US embassy in Moscow. Americans currently in Russia should leave the country as early as possible, according to the US Embassy in Moscow. The statement said that citizens should not travel to Russia ...
Updated: 09/28/2022
US embassy in India opens up interview slots for new visa appointments
After closing the visa appointments for two years due to the epidemic, the US embassy and Consulates in India opened up interview slots for ... ... visa applicants have paid the visa application processing fee and are still waiting for a visa appointment, according to the U.S. Embassy and Consulates in India. The embassy said that they are working diligently to restore all routine visa operations as ...
Updated: 09/28/2022
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