Month: May 2018
Sunlid Solar is sponsoring tonight’s Driffting Cars in Ramadan. An event is happening tonight at 8:00 pm at Dawa2 parking in Sami Abdulrahman Park. Check out more about the interview, click below.
Iraq’s electoral commission nullified results from over 1,000 polling stations after receiving hundreds of complaints. At the same time, parliament is discussing a bill that would require a manual recount of all votes. Acting on nearly 2,000 complaints of voting irregularities, the Commissioners Council of the electoral commission cancelled election results from 1,021 polling stations from […]
Sam is half Canadian and half Lebanese, he joined the Breakfast Club to talk about a food book he is working on it. Check out more about the interview, click below.
An ultra-light aircraft crashed at Imam Khomeini airport in Tehran on Tuesday night, killing one and injuring two. Initial reports indicate six people were aboard the plane which was carrying out a training mission before it crashed at 7 p.m. Suburban Tehran has already witnessed such incidents over the past years. Meanwhile, Russian journalist Arkady […]
Tavan joined the Breakfast Club to talk about The Lotus Flower. The Lotus Flower is a non-profit organisation dedicated to empowering women and girls. The Lotus Flower is a restricted fund under the auspices of Prism the Gift Fund registered charity number 1099682.
Special live performance by Choran Kh. This is meditaion music, so if you need to calm down, then listen up the show, click below.
Members of the UN have expressed dismay over Syria becoming president of the Conference on Disarmament (CD) in Geneva. The move comes just weeks after the latest reported chemical weapons attack, in which the Syrian authorities are widely believed to have used chemical agents against civilians. Syria takes over from Switzerland simply because it follows […]
Shiraz joined The Breakfast Club to talk about her talented of drawing, she is self taught, she draws NBA Animations. Check out more about the interview, click below.
At least four Russian combatants have been killed by militants in the eastern Syrian province of Deir EzZor. Two military advisers died when the Syrian army battery they were directing was attacked. Five other Russians were injured and two died later of their wounds. Syria’s army took Deir EzZor city last November but Islamic State […]
Helin and Shwan from ZOA joined the Breakfast Club to talk about Spread the Bread Mosul. Spread the bread! is a fundraising campaign to provide fresh bread daily to people who have nothing, in the completely destroyed Old City of Mosul. Less than €0,20 will help feed one person, for one day. Will you join […]