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Syria calls for anti-Israel sanctions

Syria calls for anti-Israel sanctions

Syria has sent a letter to the United Nations to protest the latest Israeli airstrike on its soil, saying the move proves the regime’s direct support for terrorists fighting against the government. In the letter sent on Sunday, the Syrian Foreign Ministry called on the world body to impose sanctions on Israel. It also called [&hellip

Egypt bans Turkey visits without permit

Egypt bans Turkey visits without permit

Egypt has enacted a new rule that bars its citizens from traveling to Turkey without a permit, to prevent them from joining the ISIL Takfiri terrorists operating in Iraq and Syria. According to Egypt’s airport officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, Egyptians between the ages of 18 and 40 now need to apply for [&hellip

Volcano lava advancing in Cape Verde

Volcano lava advancing in Cape Verde

Lava from an erupting volcano on the Cape Verde, located off the coast of West Africa, has reportedly reached a second village. The Pico de Fogo volcano on the island of Fogo first erupted on November 23, causing hundreds of residents living in the vicinity to be evacuated. According to reports by the government on [&hellip

Lectures on Ashre Zainabiyya

Lectures on Ashre Zainabiyya

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Ball boys rile Mourinho

Ball boys rile Mourinho

​Chelsea manager Mourinho watched his team’s unbeaten start to the season come to an end at Newcastle and then complained that the ball boys and Newcastle fans were too slow to give the ball back when it went out of play. Mourinho’s men created more chances than their hosts at St James’ Park but found [&hellip

Monk ponders Fabianski appeal

Monk ponders Fabianski appeal

Garry Monk says Swansea will consider appealing against Lukasz Fabianski’s straight red card in the 3-1 defeat to West Ham. The goalkeeper was sent off in the 68th minute after rushing out of his area and colliding with Diafra Sakho, with referee Chris Foy deciding that he had denied the striker a clear goalscoring opportunity. [&hellip

Philippine typhoon leaves 3 dead

Philippine typhoon leaves 3 dead

The typhoon Hagupit has claimed the lives of at least three people and forced hundreds of thousands of citizens into emergency shelters in the Philippines. Late Saturday, the typhoon made its first landfall in Eastern Samar Province, pummeling houses and stirring up gusts of 170 kilometers per hour across the Southeast Asian country’s central islands. [&hellip

US sends 6 Guantanamo prisoners to Uruguay

US sends 6 Guantanamo prisoners to Uruguay

The United States has sent six prisoners from Guantánamo Bay to Uruguay under a resettlement deal with the South American country, the Pentagon has announced. The transfer of the men held in the notorious US military prison in Cuba for over a decade was announced on Sunday. The transfer of the prisoners, four Syrians, a [&hellip

Fresh fighting kills 5 in east Ukraine

Fresh fighting kills 5 in east Ukraine

Renewed fighting between government troops and pro-Russia forces in the violence-scarred eastern regions of Ukraine has left a total of five civilians dead. Three people were killed and ten others were injured overnight Sunday in the Donetsk region, which is considered as a stronghold of pro-Moscow activists. Explosions and gunfire were also heard in the [&hellip

Merkel slams Russia actions in Ukraine

Merkel slams Russia actions in Ukraine

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has accused Russia of interfering in Ukraine’s internal affairs, saying Moscow has violated the Eastern European country’s sovereignty. Russia’s violation of “the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine must not be allowed to stand,” Merkel said in an interview with German daily Die Welt released on Sunday. She added that sanctions [&hellip