- 3 Shiite Muslims shot killed in Pakistan
Terrorists of Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal-Jamaat (ASWJ), famous as Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP), shot killed 3 more Shiite Muslims in different cities of Pakistan.
- Sheikh El-Kerbala’i Receives a British Archeological Team
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Sheikh El-Kerbala’i received a British team of specialists in archeological excavations. His eminence hoped that European countries might contribute in building Iraq, not only archeologically but even in terms of construction, intellectual, sciences, and humanity especially nowadays when Iraq is facing difficult circumstances.
- Three Saudi Police Wounded in Shiite Village Attack
Unknown gunmen have opened fire at a police station in a Shiite village in eastern Saudi Arabia, wounding three policemen, the interior ministry said Tuesday.
- Pakistan’s top Shiite party demands govt to refuse assistance to Saudi on Syria
Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen has demanded of the PMLN Government of Pakistan to refuse Saudi monarchs any sort of assistance against Syrian regime.
- Teachings of Holy Quran on food published in book
TEHRAN A Persian book containing the Holy Qurans guidelines on food, its usage and value has recently been released in Mashhad by Ahang-e Qalam Publications.
- PPP submits adjournment motion in NA against Ch Nisar
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party on Tuesday submitted adjournment motion in the National Assembly against Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan for his offer to Taliban to play a cricket match.
- Iran denies signing deal to sell arms to Iraq
TEHRAN The Iranian ambassador to Baghdad denies media reports that Iran has signed a deal to sell arms to Iraq.
- Britain Arrests Ex-Detainee Freed by U.S.
LONDON The British police said on Tuesday that they had arrested Moazzam Begg, a former detainee at the American prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, along with three other people on suspicion of terrorism offenses related to the war in Syria, where, intelligence officials say, hundreds of British militants have been drawn to the fight against President Bashar al-Assad.
- Turkish PM investigated for corruption
ANKARA: A chief prosecutor’s office on Tuesday initiated an investigation into audio recordings purportedly of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan ordering his son to dispose of vast amounts of cash amid a graft probe, state-run media reported, as opposition parties demanded that the government resign.
- Islamist Militants Blamed for Deadly College Attack in Nigeria
LAGOS, Nigeria After herding the female students into a classroom, Islamist militants from the group Boko Haram fatally burned or shot dozens of male students in an attack late Monday on a state college in northeastern Nigeria, officials said on Tuesday. It was the fourth school assault attributed to the group in less than a year.