- Iran arrests 4 terrorists in Zahedan
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry says four members of a notorious terrorist group have been arrested in the southeastern city of Zahedan.
- Scores killed in Philippines clashes
Deadly clashes between al-Qaeda-linked militants and Philippine military have claimed the lives of at least 20 insurgents and 23 soldiers.
- Jamaat-i-Islami vows to unite anti-US forces in country
PESHAWAR: Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Chief Syed Munawar Hassan has ruled out revival of the Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal but declared that the anti-US forces in the country would be brought on a single platform.
- Australian Shia celebrates Sha’ban Festival
Australian Shias have celebrated the auspicious anniversary birthday of Imam Mahdi (a.s) on last Thursday.
- Iraqis rebuild al-Askari mosque
Iraq on joint Shia-Sunni efforts to rebuild the revered al-Askari Shrine and mosque.
- Baghdad bombings kill at least 8 in a Shiite area
Several bombs exploded nearly simultaneously Tuesday in a mainly Shiite area of Baghdad, killing at least eight people.
- Saudi secret plan to genocide Shias in Iraq
Saudi Wahhabis in a secret plan intended to genocide Shia Muslims in Mosul, and pushing them to leave their homes.
- 70 killed in Pakistan clashes
At least 70 people have been killed in clashes between “fighters loyal to slain pro-Taliban leader Baitullah Mehsud” and a pro-government group in northwestern Pakistan.
- Iraqi MP slams Riyadh over terror support
An Iraqi legislator has blamed militant attacks in the country on neighboring Saudi Arabia, warning Riyadh to stop its support for terrorists.
- Iran speaker says vote detainees not been raped: TV
TEHRAN (Reuters) – The speaker of Iran’s parliament on Wednesday rejected as “baseless” an opposition leader’s accusation that moderates had been raped in jail following their detention in unrest linked to June’s disputed presidential poll.