New Massacres in Gaza, Offensive Death Toll Exceeds 1250

Dozens of Palestinians were martyred early on Wednesday as the Zionist forces bombarded and stuck several areas across the besieged strip including a UN school, taking the death toll of the offensive which entered its 24th day to 1260 and more than 7100 others injured.
 

Iran condemns terror attack in China

Iran has condemned a terrorist attack which triggered deadly clashes between ethnic people and security forces in China’s Muslim-majority Xinjiang region.
 

Zimmerman resurfaces at gun store

George Zimmerman, who was acquitted last year in the killing of African-American teenager Trayvon Martin, is back in news as he was spotted guarding outside a gun shop.
 

Death toll from Israeli war hits 1,300

Latest figures show the Palestinian death toll from Israel’s deadly military offensive against the blockaded Gaza Strip has risen to at least 1,300.
 

Kashmiris slam Israel’s war on Gaza

People in the Indian-administered Kashmir have held rallies across the Himalayan region to condemn Israel’s military operation in the besieged Gaza Strip, Press TV reports.
 

Ukraine forces retake town in Donetsk

Ukraine's army says it has recaptured the town of Avdiivka on the outskirts of Donetsk as it continues to battle pro-Russia forces in the country's eastern regions.
 

EC to probe UK’s migrant welfare cuts

The British prime minister’s recently announced plan to cut European migrants' welfare benefits will be investigated by the European Commission (EC).
 

‘Australia issued gag order on graft’

The whistleblower website, WikiLeaks, says Australian government has imposed a sweeping gag order to block reporting on any corruption cases involving political leaders.
 

‘Australia issues gag order on graft’

The whistleblower website, WikiLeaks, says Australian government has imposed a sweeping gag order to block reporting on any corruption cases involving political leaders.
 

Iran urges NAM to put Israel on trial

Iran’s justice minister has called on his counterparts from the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) member states to take legal action against Israel for committing war crimes in the Gaza Strip.
 

Qassam rejects truce with Israel

The military wing of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has rejected a ceasefire with Israel unless the seven-year blockade on the Gaza Strip is removed.
 

'I’m very scared, crying': Ukrainian conflict scrapes into Russian border

The Ukrainian conflict is now very close to the Russian border. A number of times shells have crossed the frontier, already resulting in one death. Internati...
 

HSBC terminates Gaza-linked Islamic charity’s bank account and others

HSBC has written to an array of UK-based Islamic charitable organizations, one of which has done relief work in crisis-stricken Gaza for over a decade, to inform them their accounts with the bank will be terminated.
 

Come home to roast: Cameron’s ‘tough on immigration’ PR stunt backfires

In a botched PR stunt to appear tough on immigration, David Cameron posed for photographs in the home of people arrested for alleged immigration offences, drawing accusations of “bad taste”.
 

How sanctions will affect the West’s $35bn invested in Russian oil

The US and EU have banned the export to Russia of hi-tech oil equipment needed in Arctic, deep sea, and shale extraction projects. This will leave Western companies, which have an estimated $35 billion invested in Russian oil, in a bind.
 

Massive Attack in solidarity with Gaza children

Influential British band dedicates Lebanon gig to children in Gaza, condemns Israel
 

UK faces possible Ebola outbreak, Hammond warns

The Ebola virus poses “a serious threat” to Britain, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has warned.
 

NAM, China, G77 rap Gaza war

 

Jesse Ventura: 'I may criticize my government, but I have never criticized the soldier'

Jesse Ventura, the former professional wrestler-turned-governor of Minnesota, told RT on Tuesday that he was relieved that a long-standing libel case filed on his behalf against the estate of a slain Navy SEAL had finally come to an end.
 

Senate unveils new NSA reform bill