- Clear and present danger in Kerala
Several youths who died in the Kashmir encounter were NDF activists.
- Afghan war contractors die unreported
A report by the US Congress says private security contractors in Afghanistan are being killed four times more than US-led troops in the war-torn country.
- Rebel group Jundollah claims Iran suicide bombs
DUBAI – The Sunni Muslim rebel group Jundollah said it was behind twin suicide bombings in Iran which killed at least 21 people on Thursday, including members of the elite Revolutionary Guards, Al Arabiya television said.
- Alsaffar Confirms the Importance of Development and Tolerance
Sheikh Hasan Alsaffar, a prominent Shiite religious leader from Qatif, Saudi Arabia, was invited by Dr. Mohammad bin Sunaytan, the Chairman of SAS National Center for Public Opinion. This meeting, which was on Monday, June 21st, 2010, was dedicated for sharing Alsaffar’s moderate viewpoints and good offices.
- UAE doctors sign up for humanitarian mission
ABU DHABI – Hundreds of doctors in the UAE have responded to the call of a hospital to treat patients abroad as part of a humanitarian mission.
- Death toll from SE Iran blasts hits 27
The death toll from the twin bomb blasts in the southeastern Iranian city of Zahedan has reached 27 while more than ten times as many have been injured.
- Heavy rains, floods kill 24 in Yemen, Saudi
SANAA – Fierce rains and floods have killed 24 people in northwest Yemen and southwest Saudi Arabia and cut off several villages, local media and government officials said on Friday.
- Extent of UK involvement in torture revealed
The extent of the British government’s involvement in the illegal abduction and torture of its own citizens following the 9/11 attacks in the US have been revealed in secret documents.
- At least 40 people killed in Iraq hotel fire
At least 40 people were killed in a hotel fire in the northern Iraq city of Sulaimaniya, a hospital source said on Friday.