North Korea leader Kim Jong Un said there will not be any war on his country again.
Saudi warplanes bombed residential areas in Yemen’s northern province of Jawf, killing at least nine civilians.
Britain is to resume selling arms to Saudi Arabia despite assessing that the country could be using them to commit war crimes, the government announced.
Turkish troops and their allied militants cut off drinking water supplied to civilians in the Hasakah city in northeastern Syria, a report said.
A senior United Nations official said the arms embargo on Libya is a “joke,” as governments called for accelerated talks on a permanent cease-fire there.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei has called for a further strengthening of the country’s defense power to confront threats and avoid any possible outbreak of war.
IRGC aerospace commander says that a threat of war is no longer facing Iran as the country has grown immune against threats, adding it is time for Iran’s counterattack.
Tehran (Irannews) – Yemen forces have gained such great deterrent power that they have paralyzed the Saudi invaders, the deputy commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said. Addressing a conference in Semnan on Sunday, Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi hailed the people of Yemen for standing against foreign pressures and attacks from the arrogant powers. […]
In the year since the Saudi coalition in Yemen bombed a school bus and killed 41 children, the war in Yemen has killed or injured nearly 1,000 more children, according to a humanitarian organization.
In modern history, wars have claimed the lives of hundreds of millions of people.