Iran, China Announce Implementing 25-Year Strategic PartnershipThe 25-year strategic partnership deal with China signed in March last year has come into effect as part of the outcome of a key visit to China at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, said Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian.
Roadside Bombs Detonated near US Military Trucks across IraqSeveral roadside bombs exploded near convoys carrying logistical equipment belonging to the US military south of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad and in the country’s southern province of Muthanna, amid strong public opposition to the prolonged presence of American occupation forces on Iraqi soil.
The CEO of a Canadian company blamed US President Donald Trump over the accidental downing of a Ukrainian passenger jet by Iran last week, arguing the US destabilizing policies in the region has led to this catastrophe.
Justin Trudeau, Canada’s Prime Minister, blamed tensions between the US and Iran for the unintentional shoot-down of a Ukrainian plane by the Iranian military that claimed lives of 176 people, mostly Iranians.
A Canadian gunman who at one point masqueraded as a policeman killed at least 16 people in the province of Nova Scotia during a 12-hour rampage, in what was the worst act of mass murder the country has seen in 30 years.
Canada suspended sales of drone optics to Turkey over fears they could be used in the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Ankara responded by recalling Ottawa’s arms exports to states involved in bloody aggression on Yemeni.
Canada has cancelled export permits to Turkey to NATO ally Turkey after a probe found Canadian drone technology had been misdirected for use in conflicts, the Canadian foreign affairs department announced on Monday, after a government review found that Canadian-made systems had been used by Azerbaijan in the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan condemned "act of terrorism,” horrific ramming deaths of four Muslim family members in Canada, saying Islamophobia “needs to be countered holistically by the international community.”
Two more Catholic churches burned to the ground in indigenous communities in western Canada, following grim discoveries at former church-run indigenous residential schools of nearly 1,000 unmarked graves.
Premier Justin Trudeau has denounced the ongoing spree of arson and vandalism targeting Canada’s Catholic churches that are believed to be a response to the cultural and physical genocide of indigenous children in church-run schools.
The Canadian government on Friday appealed a federal court decision upholding a ruling that it individually compensate indigenous children and their caregivers harmed by a discriminatory welfare system, saying it would pause the appeal while engaging in talks with the initial complainants.