‘An explosion has rocked the Turkish resort city of Antalya outside the Chamber of Commerce building, local media reported. The blast ripped through a parking lot.
The explosion occurred at 8:50 local time, according to Hurriyet. Ambulances have been sent to the area, but there are no casualty reports so far.’
‘Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Baghdad to investigate the alleged airstrike on a mosque south of Kirkuk that killed 13 women and children on Friday, noting that only US-led coalition and Iraqi air force jets are known to operate in the vicinity.
Local residents and police told HRW they believe the attack on the mosque in Daquq 30 kilometers south of Kirkuk, was an airstrike because of the sound of aircraft and the scale of destruction.
“Of the troops fighting for the Iraqi city of Mosul, only United States-led coalition forces in Iraq and the Iraqi air force are known to conduct airstrikes in this region,” HRW said in a statement, calling for an investigation.’
‘At least 58 Pakistani police cadets and trainers have been killed and over a hundred more wounded after Taliban-linked militants attacked a police college in southwestern Pakistan.
According to security officials, the attackers were killed following a three-hour operation that was launched after the militants entered the police academy, located in Pakistan’s city of Quetta in the province of Balochistan.
Officials noted that all three assailants were wearing explosive vests while they entered the facility.’
‘A number of human rights and aid organizations have urged the United Nations to deprive Russia of its seat on the UN’s Human Rights Council (UNHRC), AFP reported on Monday.
More than 80 international organizations have signed the appeal, with such groups as Human Rights Watch, CARE International and Refugees International among them, AFP says.
The move was prompted by Russia’s involvement in the anti-terrorist campaign in Syria.’
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After 15 years of waiting, David Icke’s much-anticipated return to Canada is finally happening in 2017 with a speaking visa issued to him by the Canadian government for the first time since 2002.
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‘Wallonia is not going to be pressured into agreeing the EU-Canada trade deal according to the leader of the French-speaking Belgian region Paul Magnette. The EU has given Belgium an ultimatum to end its objection to the agreement by Monday.
“Every time you try to put an ultimatum it makes a calm debate and a democratic debate impossible,” Magnette said at a meeting in Brussels.
“We don’t need an ultimatum,” he told reporters. “We will not decide anything under an ultimatum or under pressure.”
On Sunday the leader of the Wallonia region told the Belga news agency the ultimatum from the EU “is not compatible with the exercise of democratic rights.”’
Stressing that Tel Aviv has “no intention of starting a new war,” Israel’s defense minister has vowed to seek the total destruction of Hamas if the militant group – which refuses to recognize the Jewish state – attempts to “impose” a conflict on Israel.
“As minister of defense, I would like to clarify that we have no intention of starting a new war against our neighbors in the Gaza Strip or the West Bank, Lebanon, or Syria,” Avigdor Lieberman told Al-Quds daily.
However, he warned Hamas that if a conflict does erupt, Israel will be forced to protect itself.
‘Britain has stopped receiving child refugees from the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp at the request of French authorities.
The Home Office told the London Evening Standard it “reluctantly agreed” to “temporarily” halt the transfer of child refugees to the UK.
French authorities are currently in the process of demolishing the so-called ‘Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais, where an estimated 1,000 children are thought to live.’