1. Colin Powell regrets Iraq war intelligence
    Former US secretary of state says information he provided leading to the invasion of Iraq is a “blot” on his record.
  2. Ankara conveys uneasiness over PKK presence to Iraq
    A senior Turkish diplomat who had talks over the weekend with Iraqi officials about bilateral cooperation against the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) on Sunday communicated Ankara’s uneasiness over the PKK’s presence in northern Iraq to Iraqi President Jalal Talabani.
  3. Two decades in hiding
    Despite trying to lead a normal life since 2003, Iraqi dissident Amir al-Shimmari remains scarred by years secluded in a cell he built himself.
  4. Iran to launch website like Google Earth
    Iran plans to launch a new website which resembles the Google Earth, Brigadier General Mohammad Hassan Nami has announced.
  5. Sadr orders stopping all military operations against occupation forces until they finish their withdrawal
    (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Spokesman for Ahrar bloc, law maker Mushriq Naji, said that the leader of the Sadrist Trend, Muqtada Sadr, has ordered the Iraqi resistance to stop all military operations until occupation forces complete their withdrawal.
  6. Dr. Gienaro Ata: Shia Population in Mexico on the Rise
    Dr. Gienaro Ata starts his activity to introduce Ahlul Bayt (a.s) school of thought in one of the western cities of Mexico.
  7. Anti-regime rallies continue in Bahrain
    People in Bahrain continue to stage anti-government protest rallies, calling for the downfall of the repressive Al Khalifa regime.
  8. Iran to launch ME’s largest oil platform in Persian Gulf
    TEHRAN — Iran will launch the Middle East’s largest oil platform in Reshadat oilfield in the Persian Gulf by the next few days.
  9. Iran hit by $2.6 billion banking scam
    A single man built a network targeting 8 banks over two years, forging letters of credit to purchase assets, with official saying arrests occurred before the media heard the story
  10. 95 Wassit families get compensations for military operations
    WASSIT / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi government’s committee for compensating victims of military operations in southern Iraq’s Wassit Province has compensated 95 families, harmed by such operations, Wassit’s Assistant Governor reported on Saturday.