Bahraini activist dies after torture at regime prison

A Bahraini political activist has succumbed to injuries he had sustained under torture during imprisonment, amid growing international condemnation of the Manama regime’s crackdown on dissent in the sheikhdom.

Judge to review Tony Blair prosecution ban

 The most senior judge in England and Wales will hear a case attempting to overturn a ban on prosecuting Tony Blair over Iraq invasion, the Guardian has learned.

Syrian army pauses for Astana peace talks

Combat operations in Syria’s south have been suspended for three days as a new round of peace talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana goes underway, the Syrian army’s general command has said.

UN 'appalled' by terrorist attacks in the Syrian capital

The United Nations has condemned the terrorist attacks in the Syrian capital, Damascus, and underscored the need to bring those responsible to justice, a spokesperson for UN Secretary-General António Guterres said yesterday.

Judge denies request to halt building of Michigan mosque

Plans to build a new mosque in Sterling Heights can move forward after a judge this week denied a request by opponents of the mosque to issue a preliminary injunction blocking the proposed Islamic center on 15 Mile Road. 

Fresh Saudi air raids against Yemen claim 15 civilian lives

More than a dozen civilians have been killed when Saudi military aircraft carried out separate airstrikes against various areas across Yemen as the Saudi regime presses ahead with an atrocious military campaign against its crisis-hit southern neighbor.

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