1. Taliban militant and wife staged attack on Pakistani police
    DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan (Reuters) – A Taliban militant and his wife carried out a suicide bombing on a police station in Pakistan Saturday that killed 12 policemen, a Taliban spokesman said Sunday.
  2. Afghanistan: Eight-year-old girl ‘used in attack’
    An eight-year-old girl has been killed after insurgents used her in a bomb attack on police in southern Afghanistan, the government has said.
  3. Talabani Underlines Islam’s Opposition to Terrorism
    Iraqi President Jalal Talabani condemned the attempt made by certain terrorist groups to affiliate their causes to Islam, and said Islam is a religion of peace and friendship and deplores terrorism.
  4. Bahrain Seeking Indonesian Mercenaries to Help End Popular Uprising
    A noted Saudi scholar has claimed that Bahrain’s embattled Al Khalifa royal family is seeking Indonesian mercenaries to help maintain its iron grip over the country…
  5. Madrid conference to share bahraini pains
    Rights activists from across the world have attended a conference held in a show of solidarity with Bahraini revolutionaries in the Spanish capital, Madrid.
  6. Discrimination against Muslims at all-time high in Belgium
    A total of 166 out of 1,466 cases launched in connection with discrimination and racism-related offenses involve faith, according to the 2010 report prepared by Belgium’s Center for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism (CEOOR).
  7. Preparations on mount for Ziyarah Rajabiyah
    Marking Ziyarah Rajabiyah in the holy city of Al-Kadhmiyah that falls on Rajab 25 – the anniversary of martyrdom of Al-Imam Moussa bin Jafar Al-Kadhim (AS) -, preparations have been on rise.
  8. Strong 6.4 quake rattles Indonesia
    A strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck near the coast of Indonesia’s Papua province on Sunday, geologists said, but there were no immediate reports of damage or tsunami warnings issued.
  9. Power outages affecting health in Pakistan
    More and more people are suffering from psychological disorders in Rawalpindi due to chronic power outages, with electricity cut up to 16 hours a day.
  10. Al Qaeda leader’s wife gets 20 years in prison
    An Iraqi judicial spokesman says a court has sentenced the wife of a slain Al Qaeda leader to 20 years in prison for terrorism-related charges.