- Shiite followers from Madura live in fear
At least 23 Shiite followers from Sampang, Madura, in East Java, have been forced to lead a nomadic life after an anti-Shiite group threatened to kill them and burn their homes.
- Syria’s Assad says will back ‘honest’ peace bid
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad warns dialogue will fail if “terrorist groups” remain, stressing that he will back any “honest” peace bid.
- Jordan Opposed to Sheltering Terrorist MKO Members
TEHRAN (FNA)- Official sources in Jordan announced that the country’s interior ministry has voiced firm opposition to the establishment of a camp to shelter the members of the anti-Iran terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) along their borders.
- Iran, Iraq Stress Development of Telecommunication Cooperation
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian and Iraqi officials in a meeting in Tehran underlined the necessity for the expansion of telecommunication and IT cooperation and relations between the two countries.
- Car bombing: Scribes demand Kazmi’s release
New Delhi: A group of senior journalists and social activists on Saturday demanded immediate and unconditional release of a scribe arrested in connection with the bombing of an Israeli diplomat’s vehicle here and said no Indian should be allowed to be questioned by Israeli agencies.
- Muslim group’s gift to hospice
A HOSPICE is £1,000 better off thanks to a generous donation.
- Banned-outfits involve in Kohistan bloodshed; says Interior Minister
Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik in quite an audacious move revealed details of the Kohistan carnage, saying the investigations into incident hint towards the involvement of certain banned organizations.
- Pakistan bans Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat Islamist group
Pakistan’s government has issued orders banning the country’s largest Islamic extremist group.
- Bahraini Forces Martyred 21-Year-Old Shia Protester in Manama
Saudi-backed Bahraini regime forces have martyred a 21-year-old protester who was trying to get to the Pearl Square in the capital Manama.
- Amnesty International urges Saudi Arabia to free political prisoners
Amnesty International has criticized Saudi Arabia for imprisoning anti-regime protesters without charge or trial, calling for the immediate and unconditional release of the detainees.