- Martyrdom of the Unborn Child, Mohsin
We give our condolences to the Imam of the time, Hadhrat Hujjat (a.t.f.s.) on the martyrdom of Mohsin, the unborn child of the only daughter of the holy Prophet of Islam, the mercy to the mankind.
- Cairo Protesters In Jubilant Mood
A sea of jubilant protesters filled the vast Tahrir Square in the heart of Cairo on Friday.
- Violence kills 10 in Afghanistan
At least ten people have been killed and several others injured in separate incidents of violence across Afghanistan, aggravating security situation for civilians.
- Injured Shia leader Allama Altaf passes away
KARACHI: Vice president of Shia Ulema Council, Sindh, Allama Altaf Hussain Al-Hussaini, who was injured in firing by unidentified armed men Thursday night near Hyderabad-Kotri bridge, passed away here Friday afternoon.
- Talebani: Iraq needs support of neighboring, ally countries
The Iraqi President, Jalal Talebani, has announced that this country needs the support of its neighboring and ally countries for reconstruction of Iraq.
- Pakistan military bombs Afghanistan
Pakistani forces have bombarded residential areas and police checkpoints in eastern Afghanistan one day after Afghan and Pakistani troops exchanged fire across border, a top Afghan official says.
- Jordanians demand speedy political reform
AMMAN – Hundreds of Jordanians, inspired by demonstrations in Egypt, protested on Friday against King Abdullah’s government reshuffle saying it did not meet their calls for political reform.
- Seven dead as Ankara-bound jet crashes in Iraq
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq — A small private jet en route to Turkey’s capital Ankara crashed soon after takeoff on Friday in Sulaimaniyah, northern Iraq, killing seven people, airport officials said.
- Musharraf is Benazir’s killer: Hakim
KARACHI — Hakim Ali Zardari, father of President Asif Ali Zardar, has ended his silence after a long time and alleged that former military dictator Gen. Pervez Musharraf was Benazir Bhutto’s killer and the United States was trying to save him (Musharraf).
- Kazakhstan to hold presidential election on April 3
ALMATY – Kazakhstan’s veteran leader has called a snap presidential election on April 3, about 20 months before his current term in office is due to end, a decree published in the official Kazakhstanskaya Pravda on Friday said.