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Iran’s Foreign Ministry strongly condemned a terrorist attack in Pakistan’s southwestern province of Balochistan that killed six security officials on Friday.

A Palestinian child has died four days after being shot by Israeli military forces during clashes between Israeli troopers and a group of Palestinian protesters participating in an anti-occupation rally along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied territories.

The United Nations has proposed that both parties to the Yemen conflict pull out of Hudaydah, and that an interim entity be set up to run the embattled port city, a lifeline for millions of people in the war-torn country.

 British Muslim organizations are urging Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and all other party leaders to adopt a newly proposed working definition of Islamophobia in an attempt to put pressure on a reluctant Home Office to follow suit.

 

The United Nations called for the immediate removal of Saudi Arabia’s blockade on Yemen as talks to end the ongoing war against the impoverished country begin in Sweden.

The second edition of a conference of six regional countries on ways to combat the threat of terrorism kicked off in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Saturday.

The world needs to act now because according to a new report by the World Food Program, Yemeni civilians are enduring a famine.

Former UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage has announced his resignation from the right-wing party after 25 years over its anti-Muslim positions.

 

The Islamic Culture and Relations Organization in Tehran will host the 7th round of Iran and South Korea interfaith dialogue on December 5.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif renewed his country's support for political solution to the crisis in Yemen through holding useful dialogues.

 

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