1. ‘US vehicle runs over Iraqi family, 3 die’
    US troops have killed three Iraqi civilians and wounded three others in the northern city of Mosul after their vehicle ran over a family, a report says.
  2. Iranians find new strains of tuberculosis
    Iranian researchers have discovered two new strains of tubercles bacillus, which are believed to be resistant to the existing treatments.
  3. Joint Meeting between Arab League & Pacific states
    ABU DHABI – Joint Meeting between Members of the League of Arab States and the Pacific Small Islands Developing states issued its final communique today in Abu Dhabi. The meeting was held in order to explore ways and means to invigorate cooperation between the two parties in the various political, economic, social and cultural fields, and to review prospects of future development of that cooperation.
  4. Shia Muslims Wearing Coffin Against Shia Massacre and to Surround Quetta on 4 July
    Majlis-e-Wahdate Muslimeen (MWM) Pakistan on Wednesday announced that the participants of the long march will be gathered in Quetta city on 4th July across the country to condemn the failure of the Balochistan government in term of arresting the terrorists involved in the genocide of Shia Muslims.
  5. Saudi female teacher fired for backing Shias
    Saudi officials have fired a female teacher, Imtithal Abu al-Saud, after she sought to support Shia teachers at her school in the Sunni majority Kingdom, a report says.
  6. Muslims look for piety first in partners – poll
    Muslims consider piety and religious compatibility the most important criteria when looking for a partner, according to a new survey from an online Muslim matrimonial service.
  7. Afghans Do Not Expect Change from U.S. Shake-Up
    KABUL (Reuters) – Afghanistan expressed regret on Thursday at the removal of the U.S. commander credited with reducing civilian casualties in the war against the Taliban but said it did not expect his replacement to change strategy.
  8. Big Scope For Malaysia-France Cooperation, Trade In Halal Field
    KUALA LUMPUR, June 24 (Bernama) — The scope for cooperation and bilateral trade between France and Malaysia, especially in the halal field, is big, says Francois Matraire, commercial counsellor at the French embassy here.