1. Top Suspect in Killing of Egyptian Shiite Leader Caught
    TEHRAN (FNA)- Egyptian security sources reported the arrest of the principal suspect in the 2013 martyrdom of one of the country’s Shiite scholars and leaders.
  2. Landikotal blast injures three
    KHYBER AGENCY: At least three people were injured in a blast in the Landikotal area of the Khyber tribal region on Sunday, the sources said.
  3. 15 killed in attacks in Iraq’s Anbar province
    RAMADI, Iraq, April 27 (Xinhua) — A total of 15 people were killed and 26 others wounded in separate attacks across the Iraqi western province of Anbar on Sunday, security and medical sources said.
  4. MERS outbreak: Death toll rises to 94 in KSA
    RIYADH: The Kingdom has confirmed 10 more cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and said two more people have died from the disease.
  5. Media wars heat up in Pakistan
    LAST few days have been very eventful and divisive for the media community in Pakistan. Despite deregulations and emergence of several private channels, the situation reflects that Pakistan remains one of the most difficult places for journalists.
  6. Iraqi forces cast ballots ahead of wider poll
    Baghdad: Iraqi soldiers and policemen vote on Monday ahead of the country’s first national election since US troops left with worsening sectarian ties and fears the country is slipping into all-out conflict.
  7. Car Bomb Attack Kills 10 People in Iraq
    A car bomb explosion on Sunday evening killed 10 people at an outdoor market in the Iraqi capital, officials said.
  8. 1,300 Muslims leave C. African Republic capital
    Krista Larson/Associated Press – Muslims with their belongings are seen before they are escorted by French peacekeepers from their homes in Bangui, Central African Republic, Sunday, April 27, 2014.
  9. Syria misses self-imposed deadline for destroying chemical arms
    BEIRUT (Reuters) – Syria appeared to have missed a self-imposed deadline to get rid of all its chemical weapons by April 27, as the United Nations announced that more than 92 percent of the arsenal had been shipped out of the country or destroyed.
  10. Afghan Presidential Candidates Allege Widespread Fraud
    KABUL–The two top vote-getters in Afghanistan’s presidential election alleged widespread fraud and other irregularities in the April 5 vote, with the leading contender saying he could still emerge as victor without a runoff once all the complaints are adjudicated.