World Bulletin / News Desk
Iran's alleged financial and military support for the regime of Bashar al-Assad appears to have infuriated protesters in the wake of the country's worst financial crisis since the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s.
Angry protesters and foreign exchange dealers were demonstrating near the bazaar in the south of the capital, where many exchange bureaux are located, reported UK paper, the Guardian said.
"FORGET SYRIA" SLOGANS
The slogans were "Leave Syria alone, instead think of us," said opposition website Kaleme.com.
The Bazaaris shouted 'Allahu Akbar' [God is great] as they closed down their shops in the morning," said a witness.
"It's impossible to do business in the current situation."
Amateur videos posted on YouTube which appeared to have been taken from Wednesday's protests, showed demonstrators encouraging Bazaaris to close down shops in solidarity.
Germany's defence minister has lobbied India for the sale of Eurofighters and submarines as part of a multi-billion dollar Indian project.
The Former Thai PM's passport has been revoked in relation to an interview he gave to South Korean newspaper.
Indonesia will place around 200 Rohingya children - many of whom lost parents at sea at the hands of people traffickers - to be placed in Muslim boarding schools.
The increasing amount of bribes in Cambodia have impeded business growth for small and medium size businesses.
An investigation has begun into the former head of healthcare in China for bribery.
Violent protests have been witnessed at the Punjab assembly over the killing of a lawyer and his colleague on Tuesday.
Four Taliban fighters were killed in an overnight attack in a Kabul guesthouse in the diplomatic quarter.
Indonesian's Aceh has struggled to accommodate the inflow of migrants' needs.
The coalition party for Japan has recommended the lifting evacuation order for more than 54,800 people forced from their homes.
South Korea has confirmed that it has asked UN Security Council sanctions committee to look into submarine-launched ballistic missile test
An underground, nationwide broker network links refugees, migrants in Bangladesh to the international trafficking ring at sea
Nepal has banned all travel for children without parents or guardians to deter human traffickers.
A fire in a nursing home in China has claimed the lives of 38 people, putting the spotlight on the poor work safety record in China.
Doctor and nurse among suspected cases after 4th patient came down with disease, which country first saw last week
After refusing to shelter migrants, country takes more proactive stance before May 29 regional meeting on migrant crisis