The US and Saudis are so intent on pointing the finger at Iran for the oil facility strikes because admitting the Houthis could hurt the kingdom so badly after five years of war in Yemen means facing the war’s complete failure, an expert told Sputnik. However, if they do attack Iran, Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has promised it’ll be “all-out war.”
Hundreds of thousands of users on the Twittersphere have condemned Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his use of black and brownface makeup in the early 1990s and in 2001.
Three couples in Indonesia's Aceh province were publicly flogged Thursday for displaying affection in public, an act strictly outlawed in the conservative region.
A new report by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) warns that Islamic extremist groups like Daesh are on the rise in the Central Asian country, and that if former Taliban fighters aren’t helped with reintegration into society, they could soon flood the ranks of Daesh.
Days after the death of Sahar Khodayri, an Iranian woman dubbed “Blue Girl” on social media, FIFA President Gianni Infantino issued a statement calling on Iran to reflect on the situation and begin allowing women into football stadiums.
The 44th US President warned against watching TV and using social media, saying “those are two things I would advise, if you are a good president, not to do.“
The Philippine Department of Health (DOH) declared a national polio epidemic Thursday after the poliovirus was detected, for the first time since October 2000, in a young girl from Lanao del Sur.
The US president has already faced several attempts by Democrats to start the impeachment process, all of which were unsuccessful after having failed to gain broad support in the House of Representatives.