- A group of female bombers sent to Lebanon from Syria: Report
A group of female militants have entered Lebanon from Syrias border town of Yabroud, tasked with carrying out terrorist attacks inside Lebanon, security sources have said.
- Pakistanis protest Shia killings
Shia Muslims have held a major demonstration in Pakistans eastern city of Lahore, protesting against targeted killings of Muslims in the country.
- Syrian Army Continues Advance in Aleppo
The Syrian army continues advance in the strategic regions of Aleppo in the Northern parts of the country, reports said.
- Rallies Held against Presence of Saudi Forces in Bahrain
People in Bahrain on Sunday held rallies in protest against the presence of Saudi forces in their country.
- New clashes in blockaded area of Damascus halt aid
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) Food deliveries to thousands of people living in a blockaded area in southern Damascus ground to a halt after a truce collapsed and clashes broke out between Syrian rebels and forces loyal to the government, a U.N. official and activists said on Monday.
- 13 700 Afghan troops killed in 10 years
Kabul – At least 13 700 members of the Afghan security forces have died in fighting over the last 10 years – nearly four every day – according to new figures on government compensation paid to victims’ families.
- IAEA Chief Admits Irans Commitment to Geneva N. Deal
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano said on Monday that Tehran is living up to its part of a six-month deal it signed with the world powers in November.
- Eleven killed in Pakistan court attack
At least eleven people have been killed after gunmen burst into a court before detonating two bombs in Pakistans capital, Islamabad.
- Shah wants Taliban to identify saboteurs of talks
ISLAMABAD: Leader Pakistan Peoples Party and Opposition leader in National Assembly, Khursheed Shah Monday demanded the Taliban to point out the elements wishing to sabotage the peace negotiations.
- Islamist militants kill 31 more in northeast Nigeria
(Reuters) – Islamist insurgents have killed at least 31 people in a village in northeast Nigeria, a lawmaker said on Monday, taking the death toll from three days of attacks to 116 as soldiers struggle to contain raging violence.