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.
Due to a controversial law Indian military has a right to commit crimes with impunity
China plans to change monetary unit of the gold market by end of the year.
Ahead of elections next year, the Philippines vice president has formed a new opposition party, sealing his departure from the president.
Afghan Defence Ministry spokesman confirms arresting of army general
At least 18 people have been killed in landslides that have hit West Bengal.
According to the Aviation Safety Network, 10 fatal crashes involving Indonesian military or police aircraft have occurred over the last decade.
The Chinese parliament has ratified an agreement, officiating the development of a second new bank.
A new national security law has been adopted in China which includes cyberspace “sovereignty” clause, as well as assets and activities in space, the deep sea and polar regions.
Senior official from World Uyghur Congress accuses Beijing of 'unnamed war against Muslims and Islam' and says world silent while persecution goes on
Afghan president promises to appoint women to senior positions in government and judiciary
China planning to improve relations with Russia through joint military training
The visit by the Chinese PM is the first official visit of a Chinese premier to France in nearly a decade
India's commerce ministry said in a notification that India bans oil trade and refined oil products trade with ISIL linked organisations.
China's prime minister has said that it will try to meet targets of CO2 emissions before 2030
The Japanese economic minister has said that austerity caused Greek economy to shrink
An Indonesian military transport plane crashed into a hotel and residential area in the northern Sumatra city of Medan on Tuesday, killing at least 49 people.