Dubai uses drones to make artificial rain to fight the extreme summer heat

Middle East 07/22/21, 01:12

Dubai administrators are employing drones to create artificial rainfall as the city battles scorching heat that has reached 122 degrees Fahrenheit (50 degrees Celsius). The UAE's National Center of Meteorology uploaded video on Sunday, July 18 showed lightning as well as heavy rainfall flooding highways, as a result of the artificial rain. 'Cloud seeding' is ...

Russia lets Biden use Central Asian bases for Afghan intel paper

Middle East 07/18/21, 19:05

Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed President Joe Biden to use Russian military bases in Central Asia. Moscow was so concerned about Taliban fighters advancing that it was prepared to open its doors to American troops back in June. The Kommersant newspaper revealed the Kremlin made the unusual offer after U.S. forces withdrew ...

For Iran, executing minors is not a human rights violation

Middle East 07/01/21, 16:19

In a recent interview given to AFP, a senior Iranian official said that executing children who committed a crime does not represent a violation of human rights. Majid Tafreshi's statements were in response to criticism of the Iranian government by the United Nations. Tafreshi is a member of the High Council of ...

Republicans demand an explanation from Biden for lifting Iran sanctions

Middle East 06/18/21, 15:59

Last week, on June 10, without consulting Congress, the Biden administration complied with Iran's demands and lifted sanctions on former Iranian officials and companies. Taking the pressure off the world's largest exporter of international terrorism. In this context, Republican congressmen demand details and explanations of the reasons that led to ...