- Beating 37 Missing Persons of Anti-Taliban Shia Turi Tribe of Pakistan
The Turi Tribe is the only anti-Taliban Shia Turi tribe that has been fighting against Taliban for the last four years in Pakistan.
- Men raped, tortured in Bahrain
In the past few months, Bahraini men have been raped, given electric shocks and brutally tortured by government officials without being guilty for anything.
- NATO Begins Helicopter Attacks in Hopes of Ending the Stalemate With Qaddafi
TRIPOLI, Libya â” In a move to intensify pressure on Col. Muammar el-Qaddafiâs forces, NATO introduced attack helicopters into its air campaign against Libyan forces for the first time on Saturday, military officials said.
- Yemeni officials deny president is being treated for injuries in Saudi Arabia
Yemeni officials have denied reports that President Ali Abdullah Saleh has travelled to Saudi Arabia to receive treatment for a wound sustained in an attack on his compound.
- Bombers kill 24 at Iraq mosque, hospital
Bombers killed 24 people in attacks on a mosque in central Iraq frequented by provincial officials and later at a hospital where the victims were being treated, officials said on Saturday.
- West pushes for resolution against Syria
Western countries are looking to pass a resolution against Syria over its alleged illicit nuclear activity at a meeting of the UN atomic watchdog next week.
- 48 militants killed, 28 security men dead in Upper Dir
DIR: Armed clashes between security forces and militants from Afghanistan continued for the fourth day in Upper Dir where so far 48 terrorists have been killed while 28 security men and 8 civilians have also lost their lives, Geo News reported Saturday.
- Syria intensifies assault on anti-Assad protesters
(Reuters) – Syrian security forces intensified their assault on protesters calling for President Bashar al-Assad to quit, killing at least 34 demonstrators in the latest crackdown in the city of Hama, activists said.
- Yemeni leader accepts Saudi offer of treatment
As attack injures Yemen’s Saleh and his aides, Saudi monarch intervenes in an attempt to contain a raging military conflict
- AMUTA to continue their relay strike till VC, Proctor removed
ALIGARH: Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Teachers Association (AMUTA) today said that they will continue their three-week-long relay hunger strike till varsity Vice Chancellor and Proctor were removed from their posts.