Daily Archive: Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Millions Of Iranians Will Celebrate 39th Anniversary Of Their Revolution, Marking The Overthrow Of The US-Backed Dictator Monarchy
In February 1979, Monarch Reza Pahlavi was overthrown and the Iranian Revolution turned the country's a dictatorial monarchy with an Islamic theocracy.

For 25 years, millions of Iranians were held hostage by the US-backed monarchy. Since August 19, 1953, to February 1, 1979, over 17 million of Iranians were living as hostages of the US government. Iranians …

Jeremy Corbyn Asks Re-Opening Of Prison Holloway Visitor’s Centre To Be Used As A Homeless Shelter
The Labour leader has requested to house dozens of local rough sleepers on the site of Victorian Holloway Prison.

Jeremy Corbyn demanded the visitor centre of Victorian Holloway Prison to be used as a homeless shelter. The previous prison of women in his north London constituency, whose infamous cells held suffragettes, the last woman …

Turkey claims killing 950 Kurdish militias, ISIS terrorists in Syria’s Afrin
Turkish Army announced on Tuesday it has killed more than 950 Kurdish militias and ISIS terrorists since the beginning of incursion into Syria’s northwestern Afrin region on January 20.

According to a statement issued by the Turkish General Staff, the army “neutralized” 23 Kurdish and ISIS fighters in the early hours of Tuesday. Turkey’s so-called Operation Olive Branch was launched on 20 January days …

British Ambassador in Yemen stresses the importance of political solutions
The British Ambassador to Yemen, Simon Cherklev, presented his latest recommendations as his mission came to an end in Yemen, he stressed that there is no choice in Yemen except to negotiate with the Houthi Ansarallah, criticizing the siege imposed by Saudi Arabia on Yemen.

“The conflict in Yemen will end with a political settlement, which means briefly the dialogue with the Houthis,” he said, adding that his country would work tirelessly to reach a political settlement in Yemen. “There …