1. Saudi-Backed Wahhabi Terrorists Kill a Shia Cleric and His 4-Year-Old Daughter in Pakistan
    Shia cleric Naseer Magsi and his girl Subhana embraced martyrdom in Sindh province. Also another injured of D.I. Khan Ashura blast Dawar Hussain embraced martyrdom yesterday.
  2. Iran captures intruding US drone over Persian Gulf
    Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has captured a US ScanEagle drone over the Persian Gulf waters upon its intrusion into the Iranian airspace.
  3. “From Karbala to Medina” Published in India
    On the occasion of martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS), Iranian Cultural Center in Mumbai published a book entitled “From Karbala to Medina”.
  4. Bahrain opposition meets with UN High Commissioner delegation
    Bahrain opposition societies (Wefaq, Waad, Wihdawy, Amal, Ekhaa, alTaqadumy, alQawmy) have held a meeting with the delegation of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
  5. First Shia Muslim Restaurant Opened in Thailand
    It is the first Shia Muslim restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand which serves more than 100 dishes.
  6. Shiite gathering blast suspect identified
    Karachi: A man suspected to be involved in a bomb blast on a Shiite congregation was identified by an eye witness on Tuesday in presence of a magistrate, police said.
  7. Fighting surges around Syrian capital of Damascus
    BEIRUT (AP) — Syria’s civil war is closing in on President Bashar Assad’s seat of power in Damascus with clashes between government forces and rebels flaring around the city Tuesday, raising fears the capital will become the next major battlefield in the 20-month-old conflict.
  8. Iraq govt stops Turkish minister landing in Kurdistan
    ANKARA (Reuters) – A plane carrying Turkey’s energy minister to an energy conference in Iraqi Kurdistan was denied permission to land on Tuesday by the central government in Baghdad, underlining its strained relations with Ankara and Iraq’s Kurdish region.
  9. Pakistan Reels With Violence Against Shiites
    QUETTA, Pakistan — Calligraphers linger at the gates of an ancient graveyard in this brooding city in western Pakistan, charged with a macabre and increasingly in-demand task: inscribing the tombstones of the latest victims of the sectarian death squads that openly roam these streets.
  10. Syria crisis: Nato approves Patriots for Turkey
    Nato has approved the deployment of Patriot anti-missile batteries along Turkey’s border with Syria.