British media have censored the death of hundreds of people who have lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire in west London, a local resident has said.
London's Grenfell Tower blaze killed 500 residents: Local resident
Catherine Shakdam, the director of the Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies, believes Al Khalifah is a “puppet” of the Saudi regime, adding that it is using the same tactics employed by Saudi Arabia in order to quell pro-democracy demonstrations in Bahrain.
Bahrain's Al Khalifah puppet of Saudi regime: Analyst
Max Igan, a radio host and political commentator, believes the Qatari foreign minister's comments about Hamas being a “legitimate resistance movement” not a terror outfit are completely right, reasoning that the organization is resisting Israel’s policy of ethnic cleansing against Palestinians.
Qatar right about Hamas being legitimate resistance group: Commentator
‘We must not allow sides to use Iran’s card against each other’
The decision made by some Arab nations, including Saudi Arabia, to sever ties with Qatar is dominating headlines around the world. In an interview with Iranian website, former Iranian ambassador to the UAE and France, Hamid-Reza Asefi, discussed the outcomes of cutting ties between Doha and other Arab countries, as well as Iran’s stance on the issue. Asefi warned that the ongoing conflict is the tip of the iceberg, which could lead to dire consequences in the region. He said Iran should spare no effort to settle the crisis in a bid to prevent the escalation of tensions.
Asefi: Ongoing tensions among Arab nations, tip of the iceberg
President Donald Trump has made his decision to pull the United States out of the 2015 global agreement to fight climate change. To discuss the issue, Press TV has interviewed Jody Grage, vice chair of the Green Party of Washington state from Seattle, and Michael Lane, president of the American Institute for Foreign Policy from Washington.
Trump decision to pull out of climate accord driven by reelection thoughts' : Activist
Richard Silverstein, a journalist and political commentator from Seattle, tells Press TV that US President Donald Trump’s bid to negotiate a deal between Israelis and Palestinians is “ridiculous.”
Trump’s bid to negotiate Palestine-Israel deal ridiculous: Journalist
Rodney Shakespeare, a professor of binary economics, believes that the terrorist attack in Manchester should be attributed to the Wahhabism belief system which has its roots in Saudi Arabia, adding that the United States, Britain and Israel are involved in the propagation of this ideology around the world.
Wahhabism root cause of UK terror attack: Pundit
International Media Forum kicks off in Turkey
By Kambakhsh Khalaji
Turkish minister: Tourism an industry for promoting relations among peoples
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Digestive Health Week begins

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