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‘Israel will pay price for its crimes’

‘Israel will pay price for its crimes’

Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has warned it will retaliate against Israeli attacks on Palestinians as the Tel Aviv regime continues its aggression in the besieged Gaza Strip. “Israel will pay the price for its crimes against Palestinians,” Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said on Sunday. “Hamas is ready for any eventualities,” he added. Abu Zuhri [&hellip

Scientists develop first dengue vaccine

Scientists develop first dengue vaccine

An international team of researchers have developed the world’s first vaccine with great effectiveness against the tropical disease dengue fever. The newly developed vaccine can work effectively as the research results show it can protect more than 50 percent of children against the mosquito-borne virus, the scientists claim. During large-scale trials, over 6000 children aged [&hellip

‘Israel cancer-inducing bombs in Gaza’

‘Israel cancer-inducing bombs in Gaza’

A Norwegian doctor in the besieged Gaza Strip has strongly criticized Israel for using cancer-inducing bombs against Palestinian civilians. Dr. Erik Fosse told Press TV that the majority of patients hospitalized in Gaza are civilians injured in attacks on their homes and about thirty percent of them are children. Dense Inert Metal Explosive, known as [&hellip

‘Blame us for Abuja, Lagos blasts’

‘Blame us for Abuja, Lagos blasts’

The head of Nigeria’s Takfiri group Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for a deadly bomb attack in the capital Abuja and an assault hours later in Lagos. “We were the ones who detonated the bomb in filthy Abuja,” Boko Haram chief Abubakar Shekau said in a 16-minute video on Sunday. The attack on a popular [&hellip

Gaza hospitals lack basic med supplies

Gaza hospitals lack basic med supplies

A humanitarian crisis is unfolding in the Gaza Strip as hospitals in the besieged Palestinian coastal sliver are in a dire need of medical supplies amid continued Israeli military aggression, Press TV reports. The storage of medical facilities in Gaza City is almost empty, and the largest medical complex and central hospital of the city [&hellip

6 killed, 25 injured in Libya clashes

6 killed, 25 injured in Libya clashes

At least six people have been killed and 25 others wounded in clashes between Libyan rival militias over the control of an airport in the capital Tripoli. The battle occurred in Tripoli International Airport on Sunday between the militias from the town of Zintan, who have controlled the airport since the overthrow of former dictator [&hellip

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 28:83

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 28:83

Do they not reflect upon the Qur’an, or are there locks on the hearts? (Q 47:24) For past Qur’anic Reflections click here Bismillāh July 11, 2014/Ramadan 13, 1435 Thank you for allowing us to send you our e-communications. Inshā Allāh we hope to continue serving the mu’minīn through this media. Seeking superiority  تِلْكَ الدَّارُ الْآخِرَةُ نَجْعَلُهَا لِلَّذِينَ [&hellip

Suarez leaves Liverpool to Barcelona

Suarez leaves Liverpool to Barcelona

Luis Suarez, Uruguay’s national team striker, has left Liverpool club to join FC Barcelona following his four-month ban from soccer activities. Barcelona club confirmed on Friday morning that Liverpool has agreed to sell Suarez for a fee of about £75 million ($128 million). Suarez signed for Liverpool from Ajax in 2011 for £22.7 million ($38 [&hellip

Brazil to deploy 26k security forces for Cup final

Brazil to deploy 26k security forces for Cup final

Some 26,000 police and army troops are to be deployed to ensure a peaceful night for the World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro. Police, soldiers and firefighters will be involved in security operations in Rio for the World Cup final match between Germany and Argentina on July 13. City officials plan to beef up [&hellip

‘Royal Mail sale errors cost £1bn’

‘Royal Mail sale errors cost £1bn’

A UK report has criticized the British government’s privatization of the Royal Mail, saying taxpayers lost one billion pounds (USD 1.7 billion) in the sell-off. The Business Select Committee report which was published on Friday revealed that taxpayers missed out on ‘significant value’ when the government privatized the Royal Mail. The British government privatized the country’s postal service [&hellip