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Saudi-led air strike killed at least 30 in the southern Yemen

Saudi-led air strike has killed at least 30 people in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden. It is yet unsure how many of the dead were civilians or Houthi rebels who caught the capital, Sanaa last year, and insisted on President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi being banished. Up to 3,000 people have been killed since the Saudi-led attacks began in ...

Israel hits Gaza after Palestinian rocket attack:

­ The Israeli air force struck a militant target in the Gaza Strip early Wednesday, the military said, hours after Palestinians fired a rocket into southern Israel. “In response to this attack, the Israel Defense Forces struck the launcher from which the rocket was fired at Israel earlier,” an army statement said. “A hit was confirmed.” The rocket fired earlier ...

Israel arrests Druze suspects in ‘lynching’

Israel arrests Druze suspects in ‘lynching’ ­  Israel arrested nine Druze Wednesday over two attacks, one of them fatal, on ambulances bringing casualties from Syria’s civil war to Israeli hospitals, security sources said Wednesday. Monday’s attacks in northern Israel and the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights drew strong censure from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose government is trying to prevent a spillover ...

Iran-backed forces and U.S. military share a base in Iraq

Iran-backed forces and U.S. military share a base in Iraq  ­ The U.S. military and Iranian-backed Shiite militias are getting closer and closer in Iraq, even sharing a base, while Iran uses those militias to expand its influence in Iraq and fight alongside the Bashar Assad regime in neighboring Syria. Two senior administration officials confirmed to us that U.S. soldiers ...

US, Shiite fighters not working together at Iraq base: Pentagon

US, Shiite fighters not working together at Iraq base: ­ The Pentagon said Tuesday that there are some Shiite fighters at an Iraqi military base where Washington just sent 450 reinforcements, but they were not working with U.S. forces, underscoring concerns over links with the sectarian fighters. Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steve Warren said that while there is a “small group” ...

ISIS Sympathizers IN Australia had a new Tool of intimidating people

By The Editor of English\ Kalahan Deng There are unsuccessful attempts by some ISIS sympathizers in some Australian major cities, where they are trying to create panic and confusion by posting some videos on the YouTube that contain provocative languages of threat and intimidation directed towards people who go to the night clubs to dance, drink, smoke, or enjoy themselves. ...

City prepared to meet Sterling’s $79 million valuation

Manchester City will meet Liverpool’s 50 million-pound ($79 million) asking price for Raheem Sterling, according to an exclusive report from British tabloid the Sunday Express. City previously failed with two bids in their attempts to prize away 20-year-old Sterling from Anfield, the latest a 40-million pound package that was flatly rejected by the Reds’ hierarchy Thursday. Liverpool’s American owners FSG ...

Bahrain opposition leader given four-year jail sentence

Protesters have demanded the release of jailed opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman [EPA] A Bahraini court has sentenced the country’s leading opposition leader to four years in prison after finding him guilty of inciting disobedience and hatred in the Sunni-ruled kingdom. The court acquitted Sheikh Ali Salman, a Shia cleric and the general secretary of al-Wefaq Islamic Society, of the ...

A powerful earthquake rattled Papua New Guinea and officials warned tsunami

A powerful earthquake rattled the South Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea on Tuesday, and officials warned that a local tsunami was possible. The 7.4-magnitude quake struck about 130 kilometers (80 miles) south of the town of Kokopo in northeastern Papua New Guinea, at a depth of 63 kilometers (40 miles), the U.S. Geological Survey reported, downgrading its original estimate that the quake ...

At least 7, including 4 children were killed in Syria barrel bomb attack

Children were killed and wounded in Aleppo on Sunday in a barrel bomb attack that destroyed a building where students were sitting exams, residents and rights groups said. At least seven people were killed, including four children and a school teacher, and dozens were wounded in the air strike that targeted the Seif al-Dawla teaching centre. Rebel authorities accused the ...

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