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Bangladesh collapse: Cracks were ignored

Bangladesh collapse: Cracks were ignored

The collapse of an eight-storey building housing garment factories in Bangladesh has left at least 160 people dead. Survivors say they were made to carry on working in the eight-storey block despite apparent concerns about its safety. The building, in Savar on the outskirts of the capital Dhaka, housed at least four factories producing clothes [&hellip

Landslide in Ecuador kills 14

Landslide in Ecuador kills 14

Workers clear landslide debris in the mining town of Pueblo Nuevo, Ecuador, on January 24, 2013. At least 14 people have been killed after a landslide triggered by heavy rains struck a village in northern Ecuador, officials have said. “There were 14 people killed in a landslide in [the town of] Tabete [in Esmeraldas province],” [&hellip

Multiple blasts on US fuel barge hurt 3

Multiple blasts on US fuel barge hurt 3

Photo of just one of the multiple explosions reportedly occurring aboard a ‘fuel barge’ in Alabama’s Mobile River on April 24, 2013 Multiple blasts have reportedly occurred aboard fuel barges in the Mobile River in the US southern state of Alabama, injuring at least three people. At least four back-to-back explosions took place late Wednesday [&hellip

Egypt law would force out 3,000 judges

Egypt law would force out 3,000 judges

Thousands of judges and deputy prosecutors attend an extraordinary general assembly of the Egyptian Judges’ Club at the High Court headquarters in Cairo on April 24, 2013. The Egyptian parliament is working on a draft retirement law that, if approved, would force more than 3,000 judges out of work. According to the draft, which was [&hellip

New quakes hit southwestern China

New quakes hit southwestern China

  Two earthquakes measuring 4.8 and 4.2 on the Richter scale have jolted China’s Yibin City in southwestern Sichuan Province, leaving 24 people injured and thousands of houses damaged

Jordan slammed for aiding al-Qaeda to enter Syria

Jordan slammed for aiding al-Qaeda to enter Syria

                   Iran Armed Forces Chief of Staff Major General Hassan Firouzabadi (file photo)   The Iranian military’s top brass has criticized Jordan for facilitating the infiltration into Syria by al-Qaeda terrorists. “Opening Jordan’s borders to al-Qaeda to massacre people in Syria has sharply reduced the credibility of the country in the eyes of Muslims,” Iran [&hellip

Attacking Iran will be Israel last mistake: Vahidi

Attacking Iran will be Israel last mistake: Vahidi

                                  Iran Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi (file photo)   Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi says military action against Iran will be the Zionist regime’s last mistake. “The US and the Zionist regime’s threats have no value and at the same time, show their aggressive nature, and reveal their deceitful and misleading [&hellip

Gunmen seize town north of Baghdad, Iraqi officials say

Gunmen seize town north of Baghdad, Iraqi officials say

                                                                               Iraqi gunmen (file photo) Gunmen have taken control of the Iraqi town of Sulaiman Bek, which is located about 170 kilometers (105 miles) north of the capital Baghdad, officials say. On Wednesday, security forces completely withdrew from the area and gunmen took control of the town, situated in Salaheddin province, Shalal Abdul Baban, a local [&hellip

Mjadala

Mjadala

Stay tuned to IBNTV tonight at 10.00pm and watch Mjadala with  Sayyid Aidarus Alawy

Ummi Merali

Ummi Merali

We have a new edition to our list of well known lecturers by the name of Ummi Merali. She is by far one of the most educated woman who captures everyone’s attention through her ope-minded perception of Islam and its teachings. She is role model for children too as she has prepared many easy-to-understand publications  [&hellip