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Hamas armed wing calls for delegation to leave Cairo

Hamas armed wing calls for delegation to leave Cairo Hamas spokesman Abu Ubaida said in a televised speech on Wednesday that Israel had "failed" in its assault on Gaza and called upon the Palestinian negotiating delegation in Cairo to return home.

Islamic State message to America

Islamic State message to America As Iraqi forces retake control of the country’s largest dam, a video by Islamic State militants have vowed to “drown” American targets in blood if the United States continues to launch airstrikes...

Al Qaeda Yemen new video: The Journey of Jihad

Al Qaeda Yemen new video The Journey of Jihad Al Qaeda Yemen new video: The Journey of Jihad

Al Azhar awards Saudi king with “honorary doctorate”

Al Azhar awards Saudi king with honorary doctorate Al-Azhar University granted King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia, an “honorary doctorate” in appreciation of his “support for Egypt and Islam”.

Britain's role in Iraq no longer just humanitarian minister

Britain's role in Iraq no longer just humanitarian minister Britain's trade envoy to Iraq has said SAS special forces are gathering intelligence there.

Israel demolishes houses of Hebron 'murder suspects'

Israel demolishes houses of Hebron 'murder suspects' Around 150 Israeli troops surrounded the houses of Amer Abu Aisha and Hossam Qawasmeh and destroyed them with explosives.


US Adds Gazan Jihadi Group to Terrorist List

US Adds Gazan Jihadi Group to Terrorist List The US State Department announced Tuesday its designation of the Al Qaeda-linked Mujahidin Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem (MSC), known as Majlis Shura al-Mujahidin, as a Foreign...

Hundreds protest shooting of unarmed black man in California

Hundreds protest shooting of unarmed black man in California The protesters remained peaceful, many holding up signs that read, "Hands up, don't shoot," in reference to witness reports that Brown had his hands up when he was shot dead Aug. 9

Gunfire heard as police scatter Missouri shooting protesters

Gunfire heard as police scatter Missouri shooting protesters Hundreds of protesters fled to safety after authorities fired tear gas and canisters of smoke to disperse them hours ahead of a planned midnight curfew

One shot, seven arrested in clashes after curfew in Missouri

One shot seven arrested in clashes after curfew in Missouri Police enforced a curfew against protesters angry at the shooting death of a black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri

U.S. confirms direct arms shipments to Kurdish forces

U S confirms direct arms shipments to Kurdish forces The officials said the weapons were supplied by the Central Intelligence Agency but that the Pentagon may soon start arming the Kurdish fighters

US police fire tear gas at protesters

US police fire tear gas at protesters More violence erupts in suburb of St Louis, where an unarmed black teenager was shot and killed by a police officer.


Germany spied on Turkey, US and ex-UN chief

Germany spied on Turkey US and ex-UN chief A spokesman for the German government said it was up to the parliamentary control committee to deal with the accusations.

UN: 218,000 Palestinians forcibly displaced by Israel in Gaza

UN 218 000 Palestinians forcibly displaced by Israel in Gaza The heavy civilian losses and the destruction of thousands of homes in Gaza - where the United Nations thousands of a population of 1.8 million had been displaced by the war - have stoked...

EU adopts toughest Russian sanctions yet

EU adopts toughest Russian sanctions yet Some EU member states remain nervous about the impact on their own fragile economies. The sanctions deal was agreed only after initial proposals were narrowed.

UK: NATO "unprepared" for Russian threat

UK NATO quot unprepared quot for Russian threat "NATO has been too complacent about the threat from Russia, and it is not well-prepared," Britain's Parliament's Defence Select Committee said.

EU and U.S. announce new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

EU and U S announce new sanctions on Russia over Leaders of the United States and major European powers agreed in a teleconference to impose sanctions on Russia's banking, technology and arms sectors.

Ukraine army closes in on Donetsk

Ukraine army closes in on Donetsk International monitors once again turned away from MH17 crash site as fighting in the area continues.


Davutoglu likely to be new Turkish PM

Davutoglu likely to be new Turkish PM Outgoing Turkish President Gul said 'As far as it seems, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will take over as prime minister'

Jailed Kurdish leader says war with Turkey nearing end

Jailed Kurdish leader says war with Turkey nearing end Ocalan's reported statement came a week after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's victory in a presidential election.

More police officers detained in Turkey's wiretap probe

More police officers detained in Turkey's wiretap probe Over 30 police officials sought in connection with alleged illegal wiretapping in Istanbul and other cities across Turkey.

Turkey jails eleven officers over wiretapping scandal

Turkey jails eleven officers over wiretapping scandal Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses Fethullah Gulen's Hizmet Movement of attempting to run a 'parallel state' to undermine the government.

Support for Erdogan hits 59%

Support for Erdogan hits 59 Gallup World Poll says while 60% of ethnic Turks are satisfied with Erdogan's leadership, this rate hits 67% among ethnic Kurds.

Freedom flotilla set to sail again

Freedom flotilla set to sail again The Turkish humanitarian relief organisation (IHH) is currently organising a "Freedom Flotilla II" which will carry humanitarian aid to the besieged Gaza Strip, IHH chairman Bulent Yildrim said...


Brazil presidential candidate Campos killed in plane crash

Brazil presidential candidate Campos killed in plane crash Campos' private jet crashed in bad weather in the coastal city of Santos, just south of Sao Paulo, as it was preparing to land.

Bolivia condemns Israel as 'terrorist state'

Bolivia condemns Israel as 'terrorist state' Bolivian President Evo Morales lambasted Israel over the military offensive in Gaza and tore up a long-standing free entry agreement with the country.

Police, strikers clash in Brazil World Cup host city

Police strikers clash in Brazil World Cup host city Police clashed with striking subway workers in Sao Paulo on Friday while 3,000 people protested government policies, causing traffic chaos six days before Brazil's mega-city hosts the first World...

Brazil braces for waves of World Cup protests

Brazil braces for waves of World Cup protests WITH a week to go before the World Cup kicks off, Brazilian authorities are bracing for waves of protests over the cost of staging the event.

Venezuela government accuses opposition leader of 'coup' plot

Venezuela government accuses opposition leader of 'coup' plot Venezuelan officials on Wednesday accused hardline opposition leader Maria Corina Machado of leading plots to topple President Nicolas Maduro in league with U.S. officials.

Ecuador says USAID must leave by end of September

Ecuador says USAID must leave by end of September Ecuador has called for the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to leave the country by the end of September.


US, European powers call for ceasefire in Libya

US European powers call for ceasefire in Libya The Western powers called for an immediate ceasefire and for all parties to the conflict to begin a peaceful political dialogue.

Amnesty video captures 'war crimes' of Nigerian troops

Amnesty video captures 'war crimes' of Nigerian troops Amnesty said the extrajudicial killings occurred shortly after Boko Haram's attack on a detention centre in Giwa Barracks, in the northeastern city of Maiduguri, on March 14.

Heavy shelling, clashes spread in Libya's Tripoli

Heavy shelling clashes spread in Libya's Tripoli Nearly 200 people have been killed since the violence erupted two weeks ago in Tripoli and also in the eastern city of Benghazi

Tunisia army chief of staff resigns

Tunisia army chief of staff resigns The resignation comes amid criticism to the army's response to recent militant attacks in the mountainous areas on Tunisia's border with Algeria.

Wreckage of Algeria airliner found in Mali

Wreckage of Algeria airliner found in Mali Official says "humans remains and wreckage" found after Air Algerie plane carrying 116 people went missing.

Libyan army base targeted

Libyan army base targeted At least seven people killed in reported attempt by Ansar al-Sharia to capture camp belonging to special forces.


Landslides hit Japan's Hiroshima, killing at least 36

Landslides hit Japan's Hiroshima killing at least 36 Ten people were missing after a month's worth of rain fell overnight, loosening slopes already saturated by heavy rain over the past few weeks.

Iran to provide Europe with alternative to Russian gas

Iran to provide Europe with alternative to Russian gas Iran's deputy oil minister Ali Mejidi has indicated that the Nabucco Project, which was put on hold last year, is now back on track.

N Korea tests missiles as pope visits Seoul

N Korea tests missiles as pope visits Seoul Pope Francis arrives for first papal visit to S Korea in 25 years less than an hour after North launches projectiles.

China jails arrests 25 Uighurs in E. Turkistan

China jails arrests 25 Uighurs in E Turkistan The official People's Court Daily said the 25 were all found guilty on charges related to their involvement in organising, leading or participating in jihadi groups.

Pakistan poised for Independence Day protests

Pakistan poised for Independence Day protests Islamabad is closed off ahead of a planned anti-government march to occupy the Pakistani capital.

Russia to enforce Islamic books ban in Crimea

Russia to enforce Islamic books ban in Crimea Some Islamic books that have been banned include the work of popular 20th century Turkish scholar Said Nursi and the famous “Fortress of the Muslim” book of supplications of Prophet Muhammad, which...


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Kenya arrests 106 after Mombasa blasts

Kenya security authorities have arrested 106 suspects over possible links to Saturday night blasts in the...

Afghanistan names landslide area 'mass grave' PHOTO

Afghan government names village of Abe Barik as a 'mass grave,' starts focusing on helping survivors. At...

FBI chief more Americans joining Syrian war

FBI chief, James Comey compares Syrian war to Afghan conflict of 1980s and 1990s, with foreign fighters...

Egypt Salafist party endorses Al-Sisi for president

Conservative Salafi party Al-Nour Party announced it would back former military chief Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi...

Nine more Muslims killed in attack in India's Assam

The death toll has been raised to 31 in a spate of attacks by suspected tribal militants.

Al-Qaida announces death of a leader in Yemen

Yemen's al-Qaida branch says one of its local commanders has died from wounds he suffered during an attack...

Mombasa Police raid Masjid Musa pull down a sign

Police officers on Saturday raided the controversial Masjid Musa in Majengo and pulled down a signboard...

U S and Philippines Agree to a 10-Year Pact on

The United States has reached a 10-year agreement with the Philippines that will give American warships,...


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