قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / World (page 10)

World

In a great Japanese anime studio, a mad arsonist has just killed 33 people

TOKYO – Kyoto Animation is popular and popular with anime fans around the world, and is best known for films such as A Silent Voice which emphasized the importance of choosing life before death. Thursday's lethal arson attack has a strange irony. The voices of 33 people were silenced forever by a 41-year-old man who set fire to the three-story …

Read More »

Yemenis die as UAE and Saudi Arabia withhold aid: UN | news

United Nations – Yemenis are dying of cholera, hunger and other diseases because Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are failing to meet their funding commitments made earlier this year, a senior United Nations official warned Thursday. Mark Lowcock, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator and Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs reported to the United Nations Security Council, while most …

Read More »

Brexit: Scheme to block, no deal "could involve queen"

Image copyright Getty Images Older Tories trying to block a no-deal Brexit are investigating a radical plan involving the Queen, Newsnight has learned The rebel group is so worried that the next prime minister may ignore Parliament's will that she has discussed a scheme to ask the Queen to intervene. In a sign of the feverish atmosphere in Westminster, these …

Read More »

The US Navy ship "destroyed" an Iranian drone, says Trump

In the White House, Trump said the drone threatened "the safety of the ship and the ship's crew" in the Strait of Hormuz and was "immediately destroyed". The drone was reportedly destroyed by electronic disruption as a US Defense official. The Boxer crew took defensive action after the drone was at a threatening distance from the US ship. "This is …

Read More »

"No Deal" Brexit missed by the British Parliament | UK news

British parliamentarians struck on Thursday both the dying embers of Prime Minister Theresa May's government and the likely next leader, Boris Johnson, even before he was confirmed. MEPs defeated the government In a vote designed to thwart any efforts to suspend the parliament in order to enforce a "no deal" Brexit. Parliament has repeatedly voted against allowing a "no-deal" withdrawal …

Read More »

Three men sentenced to death for killing Scandinavian wanderers in Morocco

Abdelsamad al-Joud, Younes Ouziad and Rashid Afati were sentenced to life imprisonment for murder of Norwegian citizen Maren Ueland (28) and Danish citizen Louisa Jespersen (24) Anti-terror court in Salé, near the Moroccan capital Rabat. The bodies of the tourists were found decapitated in December in a remote area of ​​the Moroccan High Atlas. Both women had been seen in …

Read More »

Three sentenced to death for murdering Scandinavian tourists in Morocco

Three men accused of murdering two Scandinavian hikers in the Atlas Mountains last year were sentenced to death, an anti-terrorist court in Morocco ruled Thursday. Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, and Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, were found dead in December 2018 at their campsite in a remote part of the Atlas Mountains with wounds on their nape. The …

Read More »