1. A group of female bombers sent to Lebanon from Syria: Report
    A group of female militants have entered Lebanon from Syria’s border town of Yabroud, tasked with carrying out terrorist attacks inside Lebanon, security sources have said.
  2. Pakistanis protest Shia killings
    Shia Muslims have held a major demonstration in Pakistan’s eastern city of Lahore, protesting against targeted killings of Muslims in the country.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. IAEA Chief Admits Iran’s 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.
  8. Eleven killed in Pakistan court attack
    At least eleven people have been killed after gunmen burst into a court before detonating two bombs in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad.
  9. Shah wants Taliban to identify saboteurs of talks
    ISLAMABAD: Leader Pakistan People’s Party and Opposition leader in National Assembly, Khursheed Shah Monday demanded the Taliban to point out the elements wishing to sabotage the peace negotiations.
  10. 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.