For millions of Muslims around the globe, the lunar month of Muharram is a time for remembrance and reflection. Apart from organizing large-scale mourning rituals to commemorate their third Imam, Shia Muslims review the lessons learned from the historic Battle of Karbala and its message for humanity. On this occasion, Press TV has talked to Shabbir Hassanally, an activist and Islamic scholar, about the significance of the event and the values for which Imam Hussein and his companions sacrificed their lives.
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Press TV has conducted an interview with Jan Oberg, founder of transnational.org, and Lawrence J. Korb, a US foreign policy and national security analyst, to discuss the announcement made by US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter that the United States is not committed to a “no-first-use” policy with regard to its nuclear weapons.
Carter’s nuclear remarks indicate divide in US: Analyst
By Farzam Vanaki Each year, armed conflict disrupts millions of lives. The water and habitat activities of the International Committee of the Red Cross ensure that people in conflict zones have access to clean water, proper sanitation and a more sustainable living environment.
ICRC coordinator: Protracted conflicts call for more proactive role, activities
An Iranian lawmaker has hailed the government of President Hassan Rouhani for curbing inflation which was rampant under the former administration.
MP hails govt. for curbing inflation

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