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US doesn’t want war with Iran: Pompeo

Published on : 15 May 2019, 12:04 PM
US doesn’t want war with Iran: Pompeo

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said his country does not want to fight with Iran amid the intensifying tension between two countries. While visiting Russia, Pompeo said, US was looking for Iran to behave like a `normal country`. However, he warns that they would surely give proper answer if US interests are depreciated.

Anti-Muslim riots: Sri Lanka imposes nationwide curfew for second night

Nationwide curfew has been imposed in Sri Lanka for the second night, because of the rise of anti-Muslim violence after the Easter bombings. Curfew was imposed from 9 pm on Tuesday (May 14th) local time.

UN mission urges financial isolation of Myanmar army

The UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar (FFM) calls on the international community to cut off all financial ties with the Myanmar`s military on charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. On Tuesday, FFM said the country`s military commanders need to be isolated and brought before a credible court to answer charges against them.

Walmart to give maximum priority on Bangladeshi workers’ dignity

Walmart, the world`s largest retailer, has expressed its position by acknowledging the need for the reform in the international supply chain. They are thinking of giving priority to the safety and dignity of the workers of the international supply chain, including Bangladesh`s garments industry, in their reform plan. The new annual report shows the commitment made by the organization.

Palestinians facing strict restriction on visiting Al-Aqsa Mosque

Palestinians are facing strict and confusing restrictions to visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound for the holy month of Ramadan. A report issued by Al-Monitor has confirmed the news.The report said that men under 16 years old and over 40 years old are allowed to visit the Mosque and women of all ages are allowed to visit the mosque on Fridays. But Israeli authorities are not ready to tell anything about their restriction.


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