1. Anti-Iran MKO terror group receives UK support
    The Mujahedeen-e Khalq Organization (MKO), an anti-Iran terrorist group-let, whose members are straying across Europe and the U.S., receives all-out support from the UK government through various controversial strategies, according to detached members.
  2. Iran begins oil production from a joint field with Iraq
    Iran has officially begun pumping crude from an oil field it shares with it western neighbor Iraq, the managing director of the Iranian Central Oil Fields Company (ICOFC) says.
  3. Al-Wefaq, Human Rights Watch Denounce Bahrain Court Ruling
    The Bahraini opposition bloc al-Wefaq condemned a court decision upholding prison terms for 13 pro-democracy activists, including eight life sentences.
  4. Shiite counter-demos expose sectarian fault lines in Iraq politics
    Thousands take to streets in predominantly Shiite southern Iraq in show of support for Shiite premier after protests in mainly Sunni north, west.
  5. Minority Ismaeli Shia Leader Refuse Sectarian Representation in Yemen National Dialogue
    A top leader from Yemen’s minority Ismaeli Shia sect denounced politicians who called on the national dialogue preparatory commission to specify seats for Ismaelis in Yemen to ensure they are represented.
  6. Pakistan: 9 Shia Muslims Martyred at the Beginning of New Year 2013
    Saudi-backed Wahhabi terrorists continued to killing of Shiite Muslims in Pakistan. The excommunicator terrorists shot martyred 9 Shiite Muslims in different areas of the country at the beginning of the new year, 2013.
  7. Shia Genocide Continues in Pakistan: Saudi-Backed Terrorists Killed 1 More Shia Muslims in Karachi
    Shiite man, Malik Imran Abbas, S/O Malik Jaffar Ali embraced martyrdom in the early morning today when Saudi-backed terrorists opened fire on him in Soldier bazar
  8. UN’s food agency says it is unable to reach 1 million hungry Syrians
    GENEVA — The World Food Program said Tuesday it is unable to help an estimated 1 million Syrians who are going hungry, blaming a lack of security in the war-stricken country.
  9. Iran’s Medical Crisis Deepens as Economy Sputters
    For the first time in more than a decade, the black market pharmaceutical peddlers are back on Nasser Khosrow Street near Tehran’s main bazaar.
  10. Iran tells airlines to pay debts or face grounding
    Airlines in Iran have seven days to repay more than $200 million in debts they owe to the oil ministry for fuel or face being grounded, a senior official was quoted as saying on Tuesday.