Category: Habari za Kimataifa

Ukrainian Troops begin Special Operation in Slavyansk

The Ukrainian army has reportedly begun a special operation against pro-autonomy activists in the eastern town of Slavyansk. The city is now blocked by the Ukrainian military, with 20 helicopters used to crack down on self-defense forces. Two more helicopters have been shot down by self-defense forces, according to reports. Earlier, two helicopters were reportedly [&hellip

West pushes world to brink of WWIII: Analyst

  A political analyst has warned against the ramifications of the Western countries’ indiscreet policies that can push the world to the brink of a third world war. In a Friday interview with Press TV, Tim King lashed out at NATO for acting as the US proxy across the world. “These Western countries, their lack [&hellip

May Day Protests Turn Violent in Istanbul

  Turkish police used water cannon and tear gas on Thursday to disperse thousands of protesters who tried to defy a Labor Day ban on demonstrations on Istanbul’s Taksim Square, the scene of protests that have dogged the government for months. After giving a final warning, hundreds of riot police backed by water cannon moved [&hellip

2 Shiites shot martyred in separate terrorist attacks in Pakistan

Takfiri Taliban terrorists martyred a Shia Muslim in Peshawar Takfiri terrorists of Taliban shot martyred a Shia Muslim in capital of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa province on Wednesday. Terrorists stormed on the area along Phanda Road in Peshawar. They opened fire upon Syed Athar Abbas Zaidi son of Mohammad Abbas Zaidi. He embraced martyrdom. He was 38. [&hellip

World failing to tackle sectarian crisis in CAR: UN

A UN official says the world has failed to contain a deepening sectarian crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR) as Muslims should be segregated to be protected from Christian militiamen in the country. “It is a collective failure of the international community that we were not able to provide the security for people in [&hellip

Imam Khamenei: Iran’s Progress Makes Others Understand Futility of Sanctions

  The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution His Eminence Sayyed Ali Khamenei lauded Iran’s scientific and industrial progress despite the western sanctions. He further stated that the world powers realize the ineffectiveness of their unilateral embargos against Iran as the country displays its domestic power for supplying its needs. “The more we make progress [&hellip

Leader: As Iran Makes Progress West Realizes Futility of Its Sanctions

  Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Imam  Sayyed Ali Khamenei praised the scienteific achievements of the Islamic Republic, stressing that such progress forces the West to realize the ineffectiveness of its sanctions. During a visit to MAPNA Industrial Complex in Fardis city in Alborz province on Wednesday, Imam Khamenei said: “The more [&hellip

Britain’s Hague Urges Quick Syria Chlorine Probe

British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Wednesday pressed the world’s chemical weapons watchdog to finish its probe into the alleged use of chlorine gas in Syria as urgently as possible. “The UK pushed hard to secure an investigation and we call on the OPCW to carry out its mandate with urgency,” Hague said in a [&hellip

Ebola outbreak under control: Guinea

Guinea says the Ebola outbreak is under control, but the death toll could rise because sick patients remain in hospital. During a trip to Geneva, home to the World Health Organization (WHO), Guinea’s President Alpha Conda said on Wednesday that the Ebola virus has so far killed 74 people in the African country. “For the [&hellip

Russia may act if Western sanctions remain: Lavrov

Russia says it reserves the right to take appropriate action if the West continues its anti-Moscow moves with regard to the crisis in Ukraine. Speaking at a news conference in the Chilean capital Santiago on Wednesday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, “We want to give our fellow governments the opportunity to calm down.” Lavrov, [&hellip