World on Verge of Transformation: Iran LeaderLeader of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei said the world is on the threshold or the beginning of a transformation, which includes the weakening of the arrogant powers.
Armenian Police Arrest Dozens of Anti-Government ProtestorsArmenian police have detained dozens of demonstrators who poured to the streets of Yerevan to protest the government of Nikol Pashinyan’s handling of the events in Nagorno-Karabakh, a breakaway region of Azerbaijan with a predominantly ethnic Armenian population. In a swift military operation, Baku regained control over the region.
120,000 Armenians May Leave Nagorno-KarabakhA swift military operation Azerbaijan conducted this week to establish full control over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh might trigger a mass exodus of ethnic Armenians living in the area, Reuters reported, citing the breakaway region’s leadership.
Security forces killed more than 90 people, including some children, across Myanmar on Saturday in one of the bloodiest days of protests since a military coup last month, news reports and witnesses said.
A boat with 180 Rohingya Muslims on board started its journey from Bangladesh at the end of November was missing at sea, with all people on board presumed dead, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said over the weekend.
Myanmar’s Buddhist regime sentenced 112 minority Rohingya Muslims, including a dozen children, to prison terms ranging between two and five years for attempting to travel to Malaysia “without legal documents”, state media reported on Tuesday.
The UN refugee agency said hundreds of members of Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority have died or gone missing while trying to flee dire humanitarian situations in either the country or neighboring Bangladesh.
Myanmar’s Buddhist junta has blocked humanitarian access to western Rakhine state, where more than a million minority Rohingya Muslims are in urgent need of aid a month after a powerful cyclone devastated the region, the United Nations said.