Monthly Archives: September 2018

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Mattis dismisses Iran revenge threat, says U.S. not in attack

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Monday dismissed Iran’s threats of revenge against those behind Saturday’s deadly attack on a military parade in southwestern Iran and said it was “ludicrous” for Tehran to allege U.S. involvement. from Reuters: World News https://ift.tt/2Q6qL4v via IFTTT

Exclusive: Myanmar military coordinated atrocities against Rohingya – U.S. report

A U.S. government investigation has found that Myanmar’s military waged a planned, coordinated campaign of mass killings, gang rapes and other atrocities against the Southeast Asian nation’s Rohingya Muslim minority. from Reuters: World News https://ift.tt/2Icd2pN via IFTTT

Iran says 22 people arrested in connection with deadly attack: Tasnim

Iran has arrested 22 people in connection with a deadly attack on a military parade in the southern city of Ahvaz last week that Tehran blamed on the United States and its regional allies, the Intelligence Ministry was quoted as saying on Monday. from Reuters: World News https://ift.tt/2pzMk21 via IFTTT

UK ministers back compromise plan on post-Brexit migration: FT

Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet of ministers agreed on a plan to focus Britain’s post-Brexit migration system on high-skilled migrant workers but which would also allow companies to hire low-skilled foreign workers, the Financial Times said. from Reuters: World News https://ift.tt/2xACTUf via IFTTT

South Sudan government forces, rebels clash within weeks of peace deal

South Sudan’s government forces and largest rebel group clashed in the north of the country, with each side accusing the other on Monday of instigating the fighting, which comes just two weeks after they signed a peace deal. from Reuters: World News https://ift.tt/2Nz2JC4 via IFTTT