1. Iran to unveil 1st domestically built plane
    The Islamic Republic of Iran will unveil its first domestically manufactured passenger plane in the next 30 to 60 days, according to a senior Iranian aviation official.
  2. ‘Iran will fight PJAK to restore security’
    Iran says it will continue to attack the positions of the Party for Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) until the terrorist group is wiped from the entire region.
  3. Iran arrests four Jundallah terrorists
    Iranian security officials say they have arrested four members of the Jundallah terrorist group who had planned to carry out acts of sabotage in Iran on upcoming occasions.
  4. Family of Saudi Shia cleric unaware about is whereabout despite 15 days of detention
    Mystery wrapped again the conditions of detention, Sheikh Tawfiq Al-Amer, a senior Shia cleric in Al-Ahsa and civil rights advocate detained in Saudi Wahabi’s prisons for more than two weeks.
  5. Turkish warplanes cease air raids, shelling continues
    ARBIL / Aswat al-Iraq: Turkish warplanes have stopped their air raids, but its artillery had continued shelling the border areas of northern Iraq Kurdistan Region’s border areas, the official in charge of the anti-Ankara Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) reported on Saturday.
  6. Police: 27 killed in fiery Iraq car wreck
    SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq — A bus carrying vacationing families through northern Iraq collided head-on with a car and burst into flames Saturday, killing all 24 people trapped on the bus and three people in the car, police said.
  7. Rockets not aimed at Kuwait: Iraqi official
    Three rockets fired in Iraq’s southern oil port city of Basra landed inside Iraq and were not aimed at Kuwait or the disputed Mubarak port, an Iraqi official said yesterday.
  8. Criticism of Shia cleric fuels clashes in Bahrain
    Clashes between Bahraini protesters and police broke out in the capital Manama and Shia villages over recent government criticism of a key Shia clergyman, who remained defiant in his sermon yesterday.
  9. Settlement reached in Lilburn mosque expansion
    LILBURN, Ga. — A settlement has been reached between the city of Lilburn and the federal government over allegations that the city violated the “Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000″ when it rejected the Dar-E-Abbas Shia Islamic Center’s requests for rezoning so they could expand a mosque.
  10. Wahhabi Terrorists Killed Pakistani Shia ‘Agha Jaffar’ in Karachi
    A Shia Youth named Agha Jaffar was gunned down by the terrorists of Awami National Party (ANP) linked with the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, a banned Nasabi-Wahabi outfit.