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‘Earth Hour’ in different parts of the world

TEHRAN, March 27, YJC - Over 172 countries turned off lights in their important and historical places on the occasion of ‘Earth Hour’ in a bid to warn the world about impacts of the climate change.
Theresa May in battle to keep Scotland in UK, Britain out of EU

Theresa May in battle to keep Scotland in UK, Britain out of EU

TEHRAN, March 27, YJC - UK Prime Minister Theresa May is set to meet Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, March 27, the day before the Scottish Parliament is due to vote for a second referendum on Scottish independence, in an attempt to persuade her to back a unified approach to Brexit.
Thousands flee ahead of Cyclone Debbie in Australia

Thousands flee ahead of Cyclone Debbie in Australia

TEHRAN, March 27, YJC - Thousands of Australians abandoned their homes as a powerful cyclone bore down on coastal towns in Queensland on Monday, while others ignored authorities' advice to evacuate with winds forecast to reach up to 300 km per hour (185 mph).
World must assist families displaced by Saudi war: Yemeni Red Cross

World must assist families displaced by Saudi war: Yemeni Red Cross

TEHRAN, March 25, YJC- Two years into a bloody Saudi war on Yemen, the Red Crescent Society in the violence-hit country calls on the international community to
London attacker former teacher in Saudi Arabia: Report

London attacker former teacher in Saudi Arabia: Report

TEHRAN, March 25, YJC-The man who carried out a deadly car ramming and stabbing attack near the UK Houses of Parliament was a former English teacher working at the institution controlling Saudi Arabia’s civil aviation, a report says.
Over 230 killed under rubble after ‘US-led raid’ in Mosul

Over 230 killed under rubble after ‘US-led raid’ in Mosul

TEHRAN, March 24, YJC- Hundreds of civilians, mostly women and children, have been killed under collapsed buildings in the Iraqi city of Mosul after a reported US-led airstrike triggered a massive explosion in a residential neighborhood last week.
Trump ‘will be vindicated' on surveillance claims: White House

Trump ‘will be vindicated' on surveillance claims: White House

TEHRAN, March 24, YJC- US President Donald Trump is “very confident” that he will be "vindicated" regarding his claim that the Obama administration spied on him during the election campaign, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has said.
Daesh claims responsibility for British Parliament attack

Daesh claims responsibility for British Parliament attack

TEHRAN, March 23, YJC-The Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the British Parliament attack in the heart of London, that left at least four people dead, including the attacker.
Amnesty: US, UK arms deals fueling Saudi war crimes in Yemen

Amnesty: US, UK arms deals fueling Saudi war crimes in Yemen

TEHRAN, March 23, YJC-Amnesty International has condemned the US and UK for their “shameful” weapons transfers to Saudi Arabia, saying Washington and London are fuelling the serious human rights violations and war crimes in Yemen committed by Riyadh.
UK tanks arrive in Estonia, joining NATO troops to deter ‘Russian aggression’

UK tanks arrive in Estonia, joining NATO troops to deter ‘Russian aggression’

TEHRAN, March 23, YJC-The first group of British tanks and armored vehicles has arrived in Estonia, part of a broad military deployment by the NATO military alliance to Eastern Europe to deter “Russian aggression.”