The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) criticized Iran last week for non-cooperation regarding its nuclear program. Despite the criticism, the IAEA held back from more decisive action, expressing concerns about provoking a potential counter-reaction from Iran and triggering a broader conflict in the Middle East.
Alleged Israeli airstrikes on Sunday rendered Damascus airport inoperative just hours after the resumption of flights, following a similar attack last month, according to a war monitor. State media also confirmed the incident.
A distress call from a commercial tanker seized by armed individuals in the Gulf of Aden prompted a response from a U.S. Navy warship. Thanks to the swift action by the U.S. Navy, the vessel is now secure, U.S. officials said on Sunday.
Ukrainian leaders commemorated the victims of the 1932-33 Holodomor famine when millions starved to death in a ceremony that was overshadowed by fresh concerns about protecting grain supplies after unprecedented drone attacks by Russia.
China’s hospitals are grappling with a crisis as a surge in pediatric pneumonia cases, along with a nationwide increase in respiratory illness outbreaks, prompting concerns at the World Health Organization (WHO).
The NATO military alliance has warned its members that they are ill-prepared for a possible war against Russia as red tape hinders troop movements across Europe, prompting an angry reaction from Moscow.
The Pentagon is actively researching and developing AI-controlled drones that are on the verge of gaining the ability to autonomously decide whether to eliminate human targets, according to the New York Times.
Turkey and other parts of the Balkans were recovering Thursday after a catastrophic flooding caused by massive storms and a related tsunami left a trail of destruction, killing up to 22 people, officials said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has warned Israel it will “soon” be destroyed and that Ankara designates Israeli settlers in Palestinian territories as “terrorists,” Worthy News learned Thursday.
The man who has been called the Dutch Donald Trump and was threatened with death by extremists for his strong anti-Islam and pro-Israel views sailed to victory in historic parliamentary elections. Official results show that the anti-Islam Party for Freedom (PVV) gained the most votes in the Netherlands, prompting outrage within the Muslim community.
The White House is considering whether to re-designate the Iran-backed Houthi militant group in Yemen as a terror organization after President Biden removed it from the US Foreign Terrorist Organization and Specially Designated Global Terrorist list shortly after his inauguration in 2021, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
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