Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced Sunday that he intends to step down soon amid protests demanding his immediate resignation.
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Iranian General Allahnoor Noorollahi’s comments reflect the reality of Iran’s posture toward a long-threatened US attack.
Finland, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden issued a bombshell joint statement of “the utmost importance.”
Israel has announced a plan to build 11,000 housing units in the north of the occupied Jerusalem.
Iraq’s prime minister announced that he will resign, the day after more than 40 protesters were killed.
Mexico’s foreign ministry warned that U.S. drone strikes would be a “violation of national sovereignty.”
Hundreds of banks were attacked during recent major protests, and Iranian authorities say 7,000 demonstrators were arrested.
Bloomberg has a long history of support for conservative positions, including endorsing George W. Bush’s War on Terror.
Israel will no longer release the bodies of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces.
Unsurprisingly, Mexico is less than thrilled about the prospect of American cross-border attacks on cartel infrastructure and personnel.