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Mahathir: Shia teachings should not be practised in Malaysia

Mahathir: Shia teachings should not be practised in Malaysia

Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad claimed Shia teachings should not be practised in this country as this could cause tension and divide its Muslim community. Dr Mahathir, who is also the Perdana Global Peace Foundation chairman, claimed the existence of both Sunni and Shia practices in a country usually caused animosity among Muslims [&hellip

‘US, Israel miscalculated Syria power’

‘US, Israel miscalculated Syria power’

A political analyst says the United States and the Israeli regime have been wrong in their calculation of the Syrian government’s ‘strength’ in the fight against foreign-backed Takfiris, Press TV reports. Mark Weber, with the Institute for Historical Review, told Press TV on Thursday that the “United States and Israel miscalculated in underestimating the strength [&hellip

Focus on Tambwe as premiership resumes

Focus on Tambwe as premiership resumes

Simba’s newest scoring sensational Khamis Tambwe is again on the spotlight as the Dar es Salaam giants will be away to Ruvu shooting at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam tomorrow. Tambwe, who has been scoring in each of the three back-to-back previous matches to attain seven goals, is currently leading the golden boot [&hellip

Minister to lead global ‘Elephant March’ in Arusha

Minister to lead global ‘Elephant March’ in Arusha

The Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Ambassador Khamis Kagasheki is today expected to lead Arusha residents and anti-poaching campaigners when Tanzania joins 15 other countries in conducting the worldwide ‘March for Elephants!’ Arusha is one of the 15 cities across the globe which will take part in the international march for elephants scheduled to [&hellip

TAMWA to train 150 women on new constitution review

TAMWA to train 150 women on new constitution review

Valerie Msoka, TAMWA’s Executive Director A group of 200 people is this week expected to receive training in participatory skills for the on-going process towards a new constitution. The two-day programme comprises a team of 150 women and 50 journalists drawn from Dar es Salaam, Mtwara, Iringa, Pemba North and Zanzibar south is part of [&hellip

Police officers fired for ‘abuse of power’

Police officers fired for ‘abuse of power’

Joshua Mirumbe, Chairman for Bunda District Security and Defence Committee Two police officers in Bunda district have been dismissed for misconduct and failure to abide by professional ethics and others warned that the same fate awaits them should they be found guilty of such disregard of oath, duty and office. Chairman for Bunda District Security [&hellip

105 Mbeya businessmen held in riots against EFDs

105 Mbeya businessmen held in riots against EFDs

Mbeya Regional Commissioner, Abbas Kandoro At least 105 people were arrested in Mbeya yesterday after businessmen in the region rioted protesting against the use of Electronic Fiscal Devices (EFDs) required by the law, arguing that they are not financially capable of buying the gadgets. The businessmen want the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) which has mandate [&hellip

Anzhi Makhachkala 0-2 Tottenham

Anzhi Makhachkala 0-2 Tottenham

Tottenham took control of Europa League Group K with a second successive victory as they brushed aside a drab Anzhi Makhachkala in Moscow. Jermain Defoe scored his seventh goal in four starts this season, shooting home from Lewis Holtby’s precise pass. Nacer Chadli swept home a low cross from Kyle Walker soon after to double [&hellip

‘Hart is my number one’ – Hodgson

‘Hart is my number one’ – Hodgson

England manager Roy Hodgson has given Joe Hart his full backing. The Manchester City goalkeeper was criticised for his performance during Wednesday’s 3-1 Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich. But Hodgson told a news conference: “As far as I’m concerned, Joe Hart is my number one. He has never let me down.” Hart, 26, has [&hellip

Ancient Supervolcanoes discovered on Mars

Ancient Supervolcanoes discovered on Mars

Scientists have discovered ancient supervolcanoes on Mars believed to be so big that they could have buried the planet in ash when they were active billions of years ago. The supervolcano network was found in the Martian northern highlands, a place not known to be active in the past. Studying images from several spacecraft orbiting [&hellip