- Syrian mosque car bomb ‘kills 40’ in Suq Wadi Barada
At least 40 people, including children, have been reported killed in a car bomb blast in Syria, outside a mosque in a town in Damascus province.
- Iran Sunni group Jaish al-Adl claims border attack
A little-known Iranian Sunni group says it carried out the killing of 14 border guards on Friday night.
- Syria hands in chemical weapons destruction plan
Syria has handed in a plan for the destruction of its chemical weapons to the watchdog monitoring the process.
- Two soldiers protecting Shia pilgrims die in Balochistan blast
Two Frontier Corps (FC) personnel were killed in a bomb blast while protecting Shia pilgrims heading to Iran on the main Quetta-Taftan Highway in Mastung district on Saturday.
- Al Marzooq’s Defense Panel: we were not informed of his charges before the trial
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Khalil Al Marzooq, the Political Assistant of the Secretary-General of Al Wefaq National Islamic Society, appeared in court on Thursday 24th October for his firsنt hearing.
- Turkey: Great Response from People of Igdir to the Shia Report
Jafari Azeri inhabitants of Igdir showed reaction to the report which was prepared by the Mufti of Igdir and had the signature of the governor and protested after the Friday prayer in Zubeyde Hanim Boulevard and asked for the governor’s resignation.
- 9 car bombs hit Shiite districts in Iraq, killing at least 42
Nine car bombs exploded in Shiite-majority areas of Baghdad province on Sunday, killing at least 42 people and pushing the October death toll from Iraq violence past 600, officials said.
- Int’l Qadir Festival Opens in Najaf
The 17th edition of the Qadir Festival was inaugurated in the holy city of Najaf on Saturday, October 26.
- Top Bahrain Shia cleric: “Bahraini people will maintain their path”
Prominent Bahraini cleric expressed concern over the situation in the country saying that there will be no political solution for Bahrain crisis as far as people are in jails.
- ‘No sanctions easing at front end of Iran talks’
TEHRAN – The United States is not looking to ease sanctions on Iran “at the front end” of negotiations over the Iranian nuclear program, a senior White House official said on Thursday.