Adam Garrie, managing editor of, says the US is the real threat to the world peace and tranquility, because American officials are pushing the world towards another world war.
US 'most dangerous threat in the world': Analyst
Pointing to recent Trump administration's hostile acts toward Iran and the JCPOA, professor of geopolitics, Dr. Filip Kovacevic, said all these means that Iran is defined as the key geopolitical enemy by the Trump administration.
Kovacevic: No matter Iran complies with JCPOA, US defines Iran key geopolitical enemy
Arba Khatun, 50, comes from Rakhine State, Myanmar, which she fled a few weeks ago.
Message to the world from Arba Khatun, a Rohingya
Muhammed Ason, 24, comes from Rakhine State, Myanmar, which he fled a few weeks ago.
Message to the world from Muhammed Ason, a Rohingya
Stressing on Turkey's seriousness to purchase Russian made S-400 missile defense system, Turkish president said there is no disagreement over Syria between Turkey, Russia and Iran.
No disagreement over Syria with Russia, Iran
A series of mini or macro nuclear weapons were used to blow apart the Twin Towers from the top-down on September 11, 2001, says American scholar James Henry Fetzer, who has extensively researched the 9/11 attacks.
Mini nukes were used to blow apart Twin Towers on 9/11: Scholar
An activist says there is "ample evidence" proving that Saudi Arabia's airstrikes in Yemen amount to war crimes.
Saudi airstrikes in Yemen clear war crimes: Activist
Catalonia has passed a law laying the groundwork for an independence referendum on October 1 which is fiercely opposed by Madrid, setting the course for Spain's deepest political crisis in decades. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has vowed to immediately challenge the law in the Constitutional Court. His government has also threatened legal action against top Catalan political figures involved in the plebiscite.
Catalan independence bid due to EU failed policies: Analyst

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