The News at Six

Welcome to the news, but this is no ordinary news. In order to get a fresh perspective we ask a six year old child about the weeks top news stories from around the world.

IranIAEA voted to report Tehran to the UN Security Council.

The move could lead to eventual sanctions against Iran, although any action has been put off until a report by the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA),

Iran should have nuclear weapons just in case an army comes, but they shouldn’t have nuclear weapons because they are dangerous and they might explode.

 

ProtestorsProphet cartoons protests spread around the world.

Muslims all over the World have been demonstrating over the publication in European newspapers of cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad.

I like cartoons, Blue out of Foster’s home for Imaginary Children did a load of hiccups while another imaginary friend did some burps. That was so funny.

 

HamasHamas Says it Will Form New Palestinian Government
Leaders of the Islamic militant group Hamas say they plan to form a new Palestinian government by the end of February.

This is a very worrying time.  Hamas’ victory may fuel support for the right-wing Likud party with the election due on 28 March.  Likud party argued that Israel should have opposed elections in which Hamas took part, and this could further sour relations.

 

This was the news at six, see you all again next next week.

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