Aktuelles auf englisch (20) [der letzten 24 Stunden]
Topthema - Aktuelle Hotspots (3)
Yemen is now facing the “worst cholera outbreak in the world,” with some 5,000 suspected cases arising each day, UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) announced in a joint statement, adding that 1,300 people have died from the illness.
17:48 [Press TV]
Saudi security forces have killed the president of a Quran council as they torched his vehicle in Eastern Province, which is mainly populated by Shia Muslims, a report says.
16:01 [The Wall Will Fall]
As on a calm, still morning, the landscape of Syria is gradually emerging from the shadow. Everywhere, the advances of the Syrian Arab Army have reconquered thousands of square kilometres of territory in East Aleppo, Homs and Damascus. The army is on the verge of retaking full control of the Syria-Jordan and Syria-Iraq borders, traditional rat runs for the foreign mercenaries intent on destroying the cradle of civilisation for a fistful of petrodollars.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Saturday ratified a controversial agreement that transfers two largely uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
The Philippines army has paused its military operation in the southern Philippines to allow the country`s Muslim population, including residents of the terrorist-held parts of Marawi, to observe Eid-al-Fitr, the religious feast marking the end of Ramadan.
Welt - Mittlerer Osten (2)
1:53 [Press TV]
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic’s policy is based on strengthening relations with Qatar, stressing that “brotherly and friendly” Tehran-Doha ties will be beneficial to regional nations.
17:53 [Press TV]
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has pardoned or commuted the sentences of a number of Iranian convicts.
Welt - Naher Osten - arabische Halbinsel (5)
17:56 [Press TV]
A senior commander says Iraqi forces have so far managed to liberate two thirds of Mosul’s Old City from the grip of Daesh terrorists as they are engaged in fierce street battles to purge the country’s second largest city of Takfiri elements.
In the latest development in the lingering political crisis between the Gulf states, Turkey’s leader has sided with gas-rich Qatar, saying the sweeping ultimatum the Arab monarchies have given Doha runs “contrary to international law.”
The Popular Commission for the Liberation of Golan stressed determination to continue struggle till the full liberation of the occupied Syrian Golan and to resist terrorism till full eradication of terrorist organization.
President Bashar al-Assad performed on Sunday the prayers of Eid al-Fitr (the Festival which marks the end of the month–long fast of Ramadan) at al-Nouri Mosque in Hama.
16:09 [Al Masdar News]
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commented on Israeli airstrikes against Syrian Arab Army (SAA) military positions in the Syrian-controlled area of the Golan Heights, speaking from Jerusalem on Saturday.
“Last night the IDF attacked Syrian military targets,” stated Netanyahu.
Welt - Russland und Zentralasien (1)
The Russian top diplomat believes NATO’s plans have always been aimed at acquiring free geopolitical space
Participation of the parties is confirmed, Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said
Welt - Weltwirtschaft (1)
Four events over the past few days have demonstrated that the United States is now responding to the call issued by Lyndon and Helga LaRouche three years ago: the U.S. is joining the New Silk Road.
Deutschland - Medien und Meinungsmache (1)
In a report published by the German newspaper Die Welt on Sunday, he describes how the Trump administration mishandled the media frenzy after the Syrian bombing of the rebel-held town Khan Sheikhoun in April.
Feuilleton - Meinung und Debatte (1)
2:22 [Tehran Times]
Professor Farhang Jahanpour, part-time tutor on the Middle East in the Department of Continuing Education at the University of Oxford, tells the Tehran Times that Iran, Egypt and Turkey must set aside their differences in order save the the region from “chaos and destruction”.
Following is the full text of the interview
Themen - Geheimdienste und Terror (3)
The process begins when a hacker remotely infects an internet-connected computer in the organization or facility being targeted. Once it has infected that first computer, what the documents refer to as the “primary host,” Brutal Kangaroo waits. It can’t spread to other systems until someone plugs a USB thumb drive into that first one.
17:54 [Press TV]
Iranian security forces have rounded up over 50 elements linked to terrorist groups in Iran’s western province of Kermanshah, a prosecutor says, the latest in a wave of arrests after the twin terrorist attacks in Tehran in early June.
17:51 [Press TV]
The Taliban militants have attacked a security post in Afghanistan`s Herat province, killing at least 10 policemen and wounding another three.