Category: International News

Hezbollah & Lebanon army bust militants

Hezbollah & Lebanon army bust militants

Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement and the country’s security forces have arrested members of an al-Qaeda-linked militant group in southern Beirut. The militants belonging to the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) had infiltrated into the southern suburb of Dahiya under the guise of a business company. Reports say the Saudi spy agency [&hellip

Taliban set new conditions for talks

Taliban set new conditions for talks

Peace talks between the Pakistan government and Taliban have reached a new deadlock, as militants set several tough conditions for the ongoing dialog process. On Sunday, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) political shura set more than a dozen conditions, raising doubts about prospects for further negotiations. Taliban said if the government does not take these steps, the [&hellip

Hezbollah will defeat Takfiri plot &  achievements to appear soon

Hezbollah will defeat Takfiri plot & achievements to appear soon

Hezbollah Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naim Qassem asserted that Hezbollah will continue its war against the takfiri plot and will defeat it, noting that the achievements in this context are to appear soon. Sheikh Qassem added that the recent suicidal explosions are not vandalizing attacks, yet a planned war against the resistance and all its [&hellip

Iran cleric urges ‘crushing’ reply to US

Iran cleric urges ‘crushing’ reply to US

  “People expect the Iranian Foreign Ministry to give crushing response to rants, lies, accusations and brazenness of the United States,” Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Movahhedi Kermani said in a sermon to worshippers at the weekly Friday Prayers in Tehran. He was reacting to US Secretary of State John Kerry’s renewed threat of military action and [&hellip

‘Israel cooperates with Saudis, Bahrain’

‘Israel cooperates with Saudis, Bahrain’

Israel says its Mossad spying agency has close cooperation with Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. A report published on the Israeli military’s official website said that other countries that cooperate with Tel Aviv are the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan and the Republic of Azerbaijan. The report claimed that Bahrain has been providing Israel with intelligence on [&hellip

ICC launches CAR war crimes probe

ICC launches CAR war crimes probe

The International Criminal Court (ICC) says it has launched a preliminary investigation into war crimes in the Central African Republic (CAR). The Hague-based tribunal made the announcement in a statement issued on Friday to investigate the unrest that has plagued the African nation of 4.6 million for over a year. African leaders have recently strongly [&hellip

Evacuation operation starts in Homs

Evacuation operation starts in Homs

Hundreds of civilians are being evacuated from militant-held areas of Syria’s third largest city of Homs under a UN-supervised deal between the government and the foreign-backed opposition. The evacuation began on Friday and the national Syrian broadcaster said two busloads were leaving Homs, with a total of 35 people on board. On Thursday, Homs Governor [&hellip

Police clash with Bosnia protesters

Police clash with Bosnia protesters

Police and demonstrators have clashed for a third consecutive day in cities across Bosnia and Herzegovina, a report says. Anti-government demonstrators smashed windows and threw a flare into a section of the presidency building in the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo, after setting fire to another government building in the city of Tuzla on Friday, Reuters reported. [&hellip

Israeli soldiers storm al-Aqsa Mosque

Israeli soldiers storm al-Aqsa Mosque

Clashes have erupted between Palestinian worshippers and Israeli soldiers at the al-Aqsa Mosque in the West Bank city of East al-Quds (Jerusalem). The clashes broke out when Israeli forces stormed the holy site in East al-Quds during this week’s Friday prayers. Israeli soldiers fired rubber bullets and stun grenades at the people who were praying [&hellip

At least 30 killed in northern Mali

At least 30 killed in northern Mali

​Around 30 ethnic Tuaregs were killed in northern Mali’s Gao region in localized fighting with ethnic Peuls, the Ministry of Defence said on Friday. “It was score-settling between Peuls and Tuaregs in the Djebok district,” said Defence Minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga. He gave no details but added that fighting between the two groups happens frequently. [&hellip