1. Pakistani forces kill alleged organizer of school massacre
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Security forces on Friday killed an alleged organizer of last week’s school massacre, the latest sign that the government and military are stepping up their assault on the Pakistani Taliban and other Islamist militant groups.
  2. Custodian of Kazemein Holy Shrine visited Astan Quds Razavi’s Activities
    The custodian of Kazemein (A.S.) Holy Shrine in Iraq went on the pilgrimage of Razavi illuminated shrine and then visited the activities and achievements of Astan Quds Razavi.
  3. 70 ISIS Millitants Killed by Syrian Army in Two Days
    The Syrian Army, alongside a volunteer militia, has killed some 70 Islamic State fighters in two days near the Turkish border.
  4. Bahraini Women Protest Against Government for Infant, Fetal Deaths + Photos
    The peaceful demonstration was held in Bahrain’s Karana region with a group of children in attendance, the Coalition Youth of February 14 Revolution website reported.
  5. Court’s order: Arrest warrants issued for Lal Masjid cleric
    ISLAMABAD: A civil court on Friday issued non-bailable arrest warrants of Lal Masjid’s prayer leader Maulana Abdul Aziz, in response to an FIR registered against him at Aabpara police station for threatening civil society activists.
  6. Ugandan Shiite Leader ‘Sheikh Abdul Qadir Muwaya’ Laid to Rest / Pics
    Ugandans turned out in tens of thousands in Mayuge district yesterday to bury Sheikh Abdul Qadir Muwaya (Daktoor) who was shot dead Thursday night.
  7. Saudi women drivers referred to terrorism court
    Two Saudi women detained for nearly a month in defiance of a ban on females driving were referred on Thursday to a court established to try terrorism cases, several people close to the defendants said.
  8. Libyan fighters fire rockets from speedboats at oil terminal
    A daring raid on Libya’s largest oil terminal sees armed militias fire rockets from their speedboats
  9. More than 160,000 evacuated in Malaysia’s worst ever floods
    Flooding across Malaysia has killed at least eight people and forced over 160,000 from their homes, as torrents of water up to six feet deep swept through the east of the Asian nation
  10. Pak govt gets bail order of 26/11 mastermind, to appeal against it
    Islamabad: Pakistan government is all set to challenge the bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, the key planner of 2008 Mumbai attacks, after getting a copy of the court’s order, the chief prosecutor in the 26/11 case said today.