News: 27-Oct-11

  1. Iraq attacks kill nine
    Baghdad – Bomb and gun attacks in Iraq have killed nine people, including a mayor, four soldiers and two family members of a Shi’a cleric, and wounded 22 others, security officials said on Wednesday.
  2. Libya Rebels Said to Uncover Qaddafi Tie in Plot Against Iraq
    BAGHDAD — When Tripoli, the Libyan capital, fell, rebel fighters found secret intelligence documents linking Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi to a plot by former members of Saddam Hussein’s military and Baath Party to overthrow the Iraqi government, according to an Iraqi official who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
  3. Duqu Incidents Detected in Iran and Sudan
    Security vendor Kaspersky Lab has identified infections with the new Duqu malware in Sudan and, more importantly, Iran, the main target of the Trojan’s predecessor — Stuxnet.
  4. Imam Hadi (AS) National Congress Planned
    Concurrent with birth anniversary of Imam Hadi (AS), a national congress will be held by General Office of Endowments and Charity Affairs of Lorestan Province on November 12 in Khorramabad.
  5. 13 New Bahraini Sentenced to Jail
    The US-backed Bahraini regime has sentenced 13 more people, including a Kuwait-born Canadian citizen, to jail terms for alleged involvement in anti-government protests that have been sweeping the country since February.
  6. Iraqi Shiite cleric Al Sadr: Resistance remain as long as occupation continues
    (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Leader of the Sadrist Trend, Muqtada Sadr, said that Iraqi resistance continues as long as occupation remains in Iraq.
  7. Lebanese Supreme Shiite Council probes Musa Sadr case
    Following the death of former Libyan leader, Lebanese Supreme Shiite Council is to hold emergency meeting to probe Imam Musa Sadr’s fate.
  8. Iran Makes New Arrests in Fraud Case
    The Iranian authorities have widened their investigation into what they say is a record $2.6 billion embezzlement uncovered in a network of Iranian banks last month, interrogating at least 67 people and putting 31 of them under arrest, state media reported.

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