News: 07-Sep-09

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  1. Fatal rocket attack kills 3 in Kabul
    A rocket attack in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul has claimed three more civilian lives, as violence continues to take its toll in the strife-ridden country.
  2. Car bomb kills 7, wound 16 in Iraq
    A car bomb explosion in the western Iraqi city of Ramadi has left at least 7 dead and 16 others wounded, police have reported.
  3. 90% surge in car theft in Tehran
    Car theft in Tehran has risen by up to 90 percent in the last five months compared with the amounts recorded during a similar period in 2008.
  4. Riyadh dodges response on missing Iranian
    Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman says his country has not received any clear response from Saudi Arabia’s officials regarding the missing Iranian pilgrim.
  5. Arrest warrant issued for Karroubi’s son
    An Iranian court has issued an arrest warrant for the son of defeated presidential candidate Mehdi Karroubi over charges of financial misconduct, a report says.
  6. Pakistan army claims killing 63 militants
    The Pakistani military says its forces have killed more than 60 pro-Taliban militants in an ongoing military operation in the northwestern tribal region of Khyber.
  7. 90 arrested in Birmingham anti-Islam rally
    Police have arrested 90 people after racially-charged anti-Islam demonstration in the city of Birmingham, central England, turned violent.
  8. Saudi authorities severely attack Shia mosque
    Saudi authorities attacked Shia mosque in al-Khobar city and forcibly expelled the prayers and finally sealed the doors of mosque.
  9. Collusion between Nigerian Government and US to Onslaught Shias Exposed
    Nigerian security operatives met in Abuja early last week and came out with a blueprint on how to phase out members of the Islamic Movement (Shiite group) in Nigeria under the leadership of Sheikh Ibraheem Yaqub Zakzkay (H) and its influence in the country.
  10. Nepalese police arrests Mosque Attacker
    Police have arrested one of Nepal’s most wanted men, the alleged leader of a shadowy militant group blamed in deadly attacks on a mosque and a church, the government said Monday.

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