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Saudi Iran plot: More of a self-harm

Saudi Iran plot: More of a self-harm

Saudi Arabia is reportedly pressuring allies in the Persian Gulf to cut trade links with Iran but many observers believe the effort is unlikely to have an impact on the overall business environment The kingdom was a staunch opponent of a nuclear deal with Iran but having failed to scuttle it, the Saudis are resorting [&hellip

Nchemba Vows To Squarely Deal With Drug Kingpins.

Nchemba Vows To Squarely Deal With Drug Kingpins.

Two newly-appointed ministers sworn in by President John Magufuli at the State House in Dar es Salaam on Monday have outlined their top priorities, exuding confidence that they will deliver to the fullest. They are Mr Mwigulu Nchemba, who is the new Minister for Home Affairs and Dr Charles Tizeba, who takes over at the [&hellip

Bangladesh police arrest 8,200 in security crackdown

Bangladesh police arrest 8,200 in security crackdown

Police in Bangladesh have arrested some 8,200 suspects in a major crackdown on militants and other suspects following a spate of killings of intellectuals and members of religious minorities. According to the reports, on Monday, police spokesman Kamrul Ahsan said 3,245 people had been arrested in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of [&hellip

Iraq arrests over 500 Deash suspects fleeing Fallujah with civilians

Iraq arrests over 500 Deash suspects fleeing Fallujah with civilians

Iraqi forces have arrested more than 500 suspected members of the Deash Takfiri terrorist group among civilians fleeing the city of Fallujah. “We have arrested 546 suspected terrorists who had fled by taking advantage of the movements of displaced families over the past two weeks,” Hadi Rzayej, police chief of Iraq’s western conflict-ridden province of [&hellip

Saudi prince to meet Obama, Ban Ki-moon amid controversies

Saudi prince to meet Obama, Ban Ki-moon amid controversies

Saudi Arabia’s powerful Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is traveling to the United States to meet with President Barack Obama and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in the wake of the kingdom’s recent diplomatic row with the UN and political differences with Washington. Prince Mohammad, who also is the minister of defense, arrived in [&hellip

Orlando shooting conducted by enemies of Islam: US scholar

Orlando shooting conducted by enemies of Islam: US scholar

The Orlando, Florida, nightclub mass shooting that killed dozens of people on Sunday looks like another false flag operation carried out by Blackwater mercenaries, not by Muslims, says Dr. Kevin Barrett, an American academic who has been studying the events of 9/11 since late 2003. Dr. Barrett, a founding member of the Scientific Panel for [&hellip

US Muslim Leaders Slam Mass Shooting in Orlando

US Muslim Leaders Slam Mass Shooting in Orlando

The shooter, Omar Mateen, pledged allegiance to the Daesh (ISIL or ISIS) Takfiri terrorist group Saturday night during a 911 call, and a news organization affiliated with the terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the attack. Nihad Awad, executive director and founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, called Daesh “an aberration,” and said he [&hellip

Yanga Members Pick New Leaders.

Yanga Members Pick New Leaders.

Young Africans picked their new leaders yesterday, who will lead the club for the next four years and unconfirmed reports said that Chairman Yusuf Manji had retained his post with a sweeping victory. It was highly anticipated that Manji will retain his post after his leadership saw the club winning back to back Mainland Premier [&hellip

Yanga Plot Bejaia Fall In Turkey.

Yanga Plot Bejaia Fall In Turkey.

Mainland envoys Young Africans left the country on Sunday for Turkey, where they are set to pitch a five-day camp in readiness for the opening CAF Confederation Cup group match against Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia of Algeria. Yanga’s delegation, comprising of 21 players and eight officials, under head coach Hans Van der Pluijm boarded the flight [&hellip

Orlando Shootings: Club Attacker Had ‘Grudge In His Heart’, Father Says.

Orlando Shootings: Club Attacker Had ‘Grudge In His Heart’, Father Says.

The father of a gunman who killed dozens of people in an Orlando gay club says he did not know that his son had a “grudge in his heart”. Omar Mateen killed 50 people and wounded 53 more in the deadliest mass shooting in recent US history, before being shot dead by police. Seddique Mateen [&hellip