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Wednesday 22 October 2014
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  • Ayatollah Araki visits Lebanon Foreign minister

    Ayatollah Araki visits Lebanon Foreign minister

     Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought, Ayatollah Mohsen Araki in a visit with Lebanon Foreign Minister, Jobran Basil announced the readiness of the World Forum for cooperation with Lebanon to forward unity plan and objective among Muslims in this country, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA). To Ayatollah Araki, Lebanon Foreign Minister tries to take step in the realm of unity and

  • UNHCR questions Israel on land grab escalation

    UNHCR questions Israel on land grab escalation

     The United Nations Human Rights Committee has questioned the Israeli regime over escalation of expansionist policies and violation of Palestinians’ rights. On Monday, UNHRC decried Tel Aviv’s demolition of houses, expansion of settlements, and limiting access to water for Palestine’s farmers. UNHRC Chairman Nigel Rodley said the illegal constructions were “at the heart of many problems that are faced, including alleged

  • ISIL militants kill 10 in Iraqi city of Qara Tapa

    ISIL militants kill 10 in Iraqi city of Qara Tapa

     Militants belonging to the ISIL Takfiri group have attacked the Kurdish-controlled town of Qara Tapa in Iraq, killing at least 10 people. On Monday, seven Kurdish fighters and three civilians lost their lives in the attack by the Takfiri terrorists on the city. "Almost half of the town's population fled today. We're talking about around 9,000 people," AFP quoted one of the residents of the city who gave his name as

  • Syrian army gains ground against militants in Aleppo

    Syrian army gains ground against militants in Aleppo

     The Syrian army continues to press ahead with its operations against foreign-backed militants across the country. According to the Syrian military, government forces recaptured the Mazra’at al-Halabi area and Madafeh Hill in Aleppo's eastern countryside on Monday. Earlier, Syrian forces regained control of the nearby towns of Misilmieh and Jbeileh, killing a large number of militants. This is while battles continue

  • Israeli society sick with violence – country’s president

    Israeli society sick with violence – country’s president

     Israel is suffering from an epidemic of violence that must be treated, the country’s President Reuven Rivlin said. After the latest bloody conflict in Gaza, Jews and Arabs seem to have lost the capacity for dialogue, as relations have reached a new low. “It is time to honestly admit that Israeli society is sick – and it is our duty to treat this disease,” Rivlin told the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities at a

Ayatollah Araki visits Lebanon Foreign minister
UNHCR questions Israel on land grab escalation
ISIL militants kill 10 in Iraqi city of Qara Tapa
Syrian army gains ground against militants in Aleppo
Israeli society sick with violence – country’s president
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Key ministers appointed to restore security in Iraq
Key ministers appointed to restore security in Iraq

 After a long delay, the new Iraqi government has been finalized with the appointment of the ministers of defense and interior, who were nominated by Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi. And although the new ministers are assigned according to the …

ISIL, Kurds clash in northern Kobani
ISIL, Kurds clash in northern Kobani

 Fierce clashes erupt between Kurdish fighters and the ISIL Takfiri terrorists in Syria’s strategic city of Kobani across the Turkish border. After about two days of relative calm, the clashes took place in the northernmost part of the city …

Taliban attack kills four Afghan soldiers
Taliban attack kills four Afghan soldiers

 At least four Afghan soldiers have been killed and around a dozen people injured in a roadside bomb attack in the capital, Kabul. The Afghan Ministry of Defense said in a statement that the blast occurred Tuesday morning in the western part …

New report further exposes Turkey links to ISIL militants
New report further exposes Turkey links to ISIL militants

 A newly-released report has shed further light on the Turkish government’s links to the ISIL militants, showing that Ankara is helping the Takfiri terrorist recruits cross the border into Syria. A reporter working for Britain’s Sky News …

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China says it's hard to resume cyber security talks with US
China says it's hard to resume cyber security talks with US

 China says resuming cyber security cooperation between Beijing and Washington will be difficult as a result of “mistaken U.S. practices”, a senior Chinese official has told the US Secretary of State John Kerry. China's State Councilor, …

Israel treated over 1,400 wounded Syria militants: Analyst
Israel treated over 1,400 wounded Syria militants: Analyst

 Israeli political commentator, Ehud Yaari, says the Tel Aviv regime has provided medical treatment for hundreds of wounded militants fighting against the Syrian government. According to a report by Washington Institute citing the Israeli …

Lebanon blocks Syrian refugees from entering: UNHCR
Lebanon blocks Syrian refugees from entering: UNHCR

 The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) says Lebanon has sharply cut the influx of Syrian refugees fleeing foreign-sponsored militancy in their homeland by refusing to let them in. "Our understanding is that people who are …

Only 84 of 2,400 US drone victims in Pakistan militants: Report
Only 84 of 2,400 US drone victims in Pakistan militants: Report

 A new report says that only 84 of nearly 2,400 individuals killed by CIA assassination drone strikes in Pakistan since 2004 have been identified as “al-Qaeda” militants. The UK Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) revealed that …

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Interview
US pursuing wrong-headed strategy against ISIL: Analyst

US pursuing wrong-headed strategy against ISIL: Analyst

 An American political commentator says the United States is pursuing a wrong-headed strategy against the ISIL terrorist group. William Jones, the Washington …

Nazi war criminals who came to US should stand trial: Scott Rickard

Nazi war criminals who came to US should stand trial: Scott Rickard

 The suspected Nazi war criminals, who have been receiving US Social Security benefits, should stand trial for their crimes, American political commentator Scott …

‘CIA should be probed for Ebola’s origin in Zaire’

‘CIA should be probed for Ebola’s origin in Zaire’

 The Ebola outbreak in West Africa might be a resurfacing of Zaire’s Ebola infection spread, where the US Central Intelligence Agency was suspected to be involved …

American Activist Detained, Interrogated at US Airport after Visiting Iran

American Activist Detained, Interrogated at US Airport after Visiting Iran

 TEHRAN (FNA)- Rev. Dr. Randy Short, American human rights activist and political commentator, was detained and interrogated by the US Border Security Officers for …

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News
Palestinian girl hit by settler car succumbs to injuries: Medical official
Pro-Morsi students clash with Egyptian police in Cairo
Press TV reporter in Turkey killed in suspicious car accident
United front needed for anti-terror fight: Rouhani
Bomb blast kills 17 in Iraqi capital
Report
Kobani Kurds foil ISIL attempt to cut off border with Turkey
ISIS Flying Captured Warplanes Over Aleppo Sky, reports says
Israeli army kills Palestinian teenager in West Bank
Fighting underway between Iraqi forces, ISIL near Amiriyah Fallujah
Suffering and survival after the war on Gaza
Article
In America, voters don't pick their politicians. Politicians pick their voters
Locking kids up, letting them down
America is truly a country run for the few
The real status of forces in Afghanistan, Iraq
ISIL, US intervention and the rise of the Iranian model
Interview
US concerned by ISIL recruits in Europe: Gen. Piatt
US concerned with 'getting rid of Assad,' not ISIL: Journalist
ISIL terrorists used US-made CWs in Syria: Analyst
‘US, allies benefited from ISIL surge’
Helping Palestinians left in wilderness of anguish is a must