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“No security for Israel”

Iran and Iraq say they have agreed to work together to help bring an end to the suffering of people in Yemen through dialogue. The remarks were made by Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi in a joint presser with Iraq’s premier Mostafa al-Kadhimi following their meeting in Tehran. Raeisi said Tehran and Baghdad believe regional countries can solve their problems themselves through dialogue. He said the presence of foreign forces in the region only worsens the current problems. The Iranian president said normalizing ties with regional countries will not bring security for Israel. On bilateral relations, both leaders agreed to boost economic cooperation and trade. Raeisi said the trip could be a turning point in Iran-Iraq relations.

Israel torturing Palestinians

June 26th marks the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. The Israeli regime is notorious for committing such crimes against Palestinian prisoners in violation of international law. To this day, the regime has no legislation criminalizing torture and continues without accountability to use these practices against Palestinian civilians, including children. But what forms do the Israeli tortures take and what effects do they have on the Palestinian victims. 

Protesting NATO summit

Thousands of Spaniards have hit the streets to protest against NATO and the budget allocated by its member states to further reinforce the military alliance. That’s ahead of a key NATO summit in Madrid. Protest organizers say around 5,000 people joined the march. Demonstrators chanted slogans and held placards in protest at NATO’s expenditure on armaments. They were also critical of the presence of NATO bases in Spain. NATO member states will convene in Madrid next week to discuss the membership of Finland and Sweden. The two Nordic countries applied for their accession in the wake of the Ukraine war and amid Russia’s warning against NATO’s eastward expansion.

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