- 6 people killed in attacks across Iraq
BAGHDAD, May 26 (Xinhua) — Six people were killed and 18 others injured on Monday in separate bombings and shootings across Iraq, police said.
- Terrorist attacks claim lives of 12 citizens in al-Zahraa neighborhood – Syria
Terrorists blew up two car bombs in Homs, killing 10 citizens (maybe all Shiite Muslims) and wounding some 42 others.
- Imam Hussein Holy Shrine to build a new hospital, namely, ‘Khatemul Ambya
Within the series of achieving great projects, the Imam Hussein Holy Shrine has been building a new hospital, namely, “Khatemul Ambya'”. It is located in Kerbala city, 4 kilometers from the two Holy Shrines.
- Lebanese Army nabs wanted Takfiri shikh Omar Bakri
Lebanons notorious Takfiri Sheikh Omar Bakri Fustoq, wanted by authorities for his alleged role in north Lebanon clashes, has been detained in capital Beiruts southeastern suburb of Aley, the interior minister announced.
- Bahrain in shock after teenage boy killed in clashes
The village of Sitra, south of the Bahraini capital Manama, has been in shock following the death of a teenage boy last Wednesday during clashes between Shiite demonstrators and police. The boy had been filming the protests on behalf of opposition activists.
- Anti-Shia Sentiment Simmers Ahead of Indonesia’s Election
Indonesia, the worlds largest Muslim-majority country, is overwhelmingly Sunni. The Pew Research Center estimated that in 2010 over 99 percent of the countrys 205 million Muslims were Sunni.
- Officials: Kabul bombing kills 2 wounds 9
KABUL, Afghanistan A suicide bomber riding a motorcycle on Monday killed two Afghan defense ministry staffers and wounded at least nine others after he rammed into a bus carrying soldiers and civilian employees who were returning home from work.
- MH370: Raw satellite data released
KUALA LUMPUR: The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has released the raw data obtained from British satellite firm Inmarsat which was used to determine the path of missing Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370.
- Jordan expels Syrian ambassador for ‘repeated insults’
The Jordanian government expelled Syria’s ambassador on Monday for statements critical of the kingdom’s support of Syrian rebels.
- Nigeria says it has found missing girls
LAGOS, Nigeria A top Nigerian military official said Monday that the government knows the whereabouts of several hundred kidnapped girls but cannot reveal their location and cannot use force to rescue them, according to the Web site of the Ogun state television service.