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Thursday, 28 May 2015 16:10

Iraqi soldiers battle ISIL in Anbar

The Iraqi Defense Ministry released footage showing Iraqi soldiers fighting ISIL around the city of al-Anbar. According to the ministry, Iraqi troops managed to kill several terrorists of ISIL.

Yemeni army has shot down a Saudi warplane northeast of the northern city of Sa'ada, as Al Saud regime continues its aerial attacks against its southern neighbor unabated.

Dr. Shahrar Ali, deputy leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, said that the ruling Conservatives won the election as Britain's first-past-post voting system tipped the scales in favor of them.

Protests continue in Bahrain as people are demanding the release of Sheikh Ali Salman who is being detained by the Manama regime.

William Spring, London-based human rights activist, told FNA that Britons are not happy with the final result of the UK's last week general election, stressing that people feel cheated.

Over three thousand British people took to the streets of Bristol city in protest against austerity measures of Cameron government, specially after the suspicious poll results announced recently.

Tens of thousands of Iranian protestors staged massive rallies across the country on Friday to condemn the Saudi airstrikes against the innocent people in Yemen.

Israeli regime police forces have clashed with Ethiopians protesting against the Tel Aviv regime’s racism and police brutality.

Saudi-led air strikes on Sana’a martyred up to 20 civilians, as the Saudi-led aggression has so far martyred over 3,108 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

At least 60 people have been arrested in the latest demonstrations across the United States over the death of an African-American man in police custody in Baltimore.