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Displaced Sampang Shiites in Hard Conditions

Displaced Sampang Shiites in Hard Conditions

Displaced Sampang Shiites in Hard Conditions “We have to obey our religious leaders very well, and the religious leaders say they [Shiites] must return to Sunni Islam in order to return to the village,” The head of the Board of National Unity for Sampang district said, echoing the hard-line position that displaced Shiites must declare [&hellip

Saudi-Backed Militants Killed 3 Shia Muslims in Pakistan

Saudi-Backed Militants Killed 3 Shia Muslims in Pakistan

Saudi-Backed Militants Killed 3 Shia Muslims in Pakistan Deobandi militants of Sipah-e-Sahaba shot killed 3 innocent Shia men in different areas of Pakistan. Armed terrorists killed Syed Aijaz Hussain in Dera Ismail Khan, Syed Jaffar Hussain and Shahriyar Kazmi in Karachi.      (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Shia school teacher Syed Aijaz Hussain killed in D.I.KhanA Shia School [&hellip

Stan Chart banker praises plan for Bagamoyo port

Stan Chart banker praises plan for Bagamoyo port

Head of Consumer Banking of the Standard Chartered Bank for Africa region,Kariuki Ngari . Head of Consumer Banking of the Standard Chartered Bank for Africa region said the proposed Bagamoyo port would facilitate interregional trade links within East and Central African region.  Kariuki Ngari told The Guardian on Sunday in an exclusive that the government’s [&hellip

Genocide memorial centre to be constructed in Tanzania

Genocide memorial centre to be constructed in Tanzania

The governments of Rwanda and Tanzania are currently in talks on the possibility of constructing a Genocide Memorial Site in the latter’s Ngara district to accommodate the remains of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi that were discovered in Tanzania. According to media reports from Kigali, which quoted the executive secretary of the [&hellip

Tanzania recalls its diplomat over Malawi border dispute

Tanzania recalls its diplomat over Malawi border dispute

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Bernard Membe Tanzania has brushed off claims by Malawi that it is working against the work of former SADC heads of state in their efforts to resolve the border conflict between the two States. Speaking to reporters yesterday in Dar es Salaam, the Minister for Foreign Affairs [&hellip

Minister orders demolition of 16-storey building

Minister orders demolition of 16-storey building

The Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, Prof Anna Tibaijuka. The government has issued a 30-day ultimatum to the owner of the twin building opposite the structure that collapsed last week in Dar es Salaam, ordering him to demolish it. But the owner of the building is now in court facing charges along [&hellip

Scientists find way to ‘read’ Dream Images

Scientists find way to ‘read’ Dream Images

Brain activity can reveal what sorts of images people are dreaming about with about 60% accuracy, claims new research. It is the first time that dreams have been predicted with such accuracy Scientists say they have found a way to “read” people’s dreams by using MRI scanners to monitor brain activity. Three volunteers were woken [&hellip

Mumbai building collapse toll rises

Mumbai building collapse toll rises

Korea ya Kaskazini yazidisha nguvu za kijeshi Katibu mkuu wa Umoja wa mataifa Ban Ki moon ameitaka Korea ya kaskazini kupunguza makali yake kwa mzozo unaotokkota wa kinuklia akisema kuwa umeanza kuvuka mpaka. Bwana Ban amesema kuwa anahuzunishwa na namna ugomvi huo unavyotishia maisha ya wananchi wa kawaida. Akizungumzia vitisho vya karibuni sana vya Korea [&hellip

‘US to deploy spy aircraft in Japan’

‘US to deploy spy aircraft in Japan’

The United States is prepared to deploy an unmanned spy aircraft in Japan, the Global Hawk spy plane will be stationed at the US airbase in Misawa, northern Japan, Japan’s Sankei Shimbun Daily reported on Saturday citing government sources. Last month the US military informed Tokyo about its plans to deploy the plane between June and [&hellip

‘Russia warships sent to Mediterranean’

‘Russia warships sent to Mediterranean’

Russia has sent a group of warships from its Pacific fleet to the Mediterranean Sea to set up a naval task force there, the Russian Defense Ministry says. The ministry said on Friday that the warships including the destroyer Admiral Panteleyev, the Peresvet and the Admiral Nevelsky amphibious warfare ships, the Pechenga tanker and the [&hellip