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Egypt court sends 78 youths to jail for pro-Morsi protests
A court in Egypt has given 78 youths up to five years in prison for protesting with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Russia won't get involved in geopolitical intrigues and conflicts
Russia threatens no one and will stay aloof from geopolitical intrigues, however strongly anyone may wish to pull the country into them, said Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, addressing a meeting on the development of the armed forces.
Algerian army kills suspect in beheading of Frenchman Hervé Gourdel
Algeria’s military has killed a suspect in the abduction and beheading of Frenchman Hervé Gourdel in September, Justice Minister Tayeb Louh said on Wednesday.
Surge in US armored vehicles next to Russian borders
American armored vehicles sent to Poland and the Baltic States for military drills are to remain for the constant training of local troops and rotation of US forces. More fighting vehicles will be “pre-positioned” at US military bases in Germany.
Iran Condemns Raid on Prominent Bahraini Cleric's House
Iran on Tuesday strongly condemned an attack by the Bahraini regime on the house of the leading Shiite cleric, Ayatollah Sheikh Issa Ahmed Qassem.
Climate fixes 'could harm billions'
Schemes to tackle climate change could prove disastrous for billions of people, but might be required for the good of the planet, scientists say.
Amid protests, Russia, China urge US to stop lecturing about human rights
New violent protests triggered by a grand jury decision not to indict a police officer who killed a black teenager in Ferguson have prompted Russia and China to criticize the US for human rights issues and racial discrimination in the country.
Houthi fighters clash with Salafist Islah party in Yemen
Hundreds of people in Mexico have marched in the capital, Mexico City, calling on the government to release the 11 demonstrators apprehended last week during a massive protest rally.
Ferguson grand jury decision divides America
A Ferguson grand jury decided it will not bring criminal charges against officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. The city is bracing for potentially huge demonstrations in the wake of the decision.
61 Arrested in Rioting Around Ferguson, Missouri
Some 61 people were arrested during a night of unrest in the St. Louis suburbs following a grand jury's decision
Nigeria's Maiduguri city hit by 'deadly blasts'
two female suicide bombers have blown themselves up at a crowded market in northern Nigeria's Maiduguri city, killing at least 30 people, witnesses say
Colombia: Farc rebels release two soldiers
Colombia's Farc rebels have released two soldiers taken hostage earlier this month, the first step in a deal to revive peace talks.
Rebels urge UN to send peacekeepers into east Ukraine
rebels in eastern Ukraine called United Nations to authorise sending international peacekeepers into the war zone
France delays delivery of Mistral warship to Russia
French President François Hollande delayed indefinitely on Tuesday his decision on whether to deliver the first of two Mistral helicopter carriers ordered by Russia citing the "current situation" in eastern Ukraine.
‘Palestinian missile coverage of entire occupied lands sign of Israel’s doom’
IRGC commander says enemies are afraid of the resistance movement.
Bahraini Regime Forces Attacked the House of Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Ghasem
According to the sources,the military forces have attacked Sheikh Ghasem house on Tuesday
As Bombing Toll Rises, Afghan Villagers Direct Anger at Government
Three years ago, villagers from the dusty Afghan district of Yahya Khel, near the Pakistani border, rose up against the Taliban, driving the insurgents away. They say they did it on their own, winning themselves a degree of security that felt tolerable.
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US-Led Anti-ISIL Coalition Aimed at Justifying US Intervention in Syria
US-Led Anti-ISIL Coalition Aimed at Justifying US Intervention in Syria
Yuram Abdullah Weiler, a Colorado-based writer and political critic, believes that the broad international coalition against ISIL is a massive media event to justify direct US intervention in Syria
Prof. Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh: Israel will Do its Best to Harm Iran-West Nuclear Talks
Prof. Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh: Israel will Do its Best to Harm Iran-West Nuclear Talks
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iranian scholar and university professor says that Israel will pull out all the stops to damage the constructive environment of the negotiations between Iran and the six world powers, but it cannot realize its plans for preventing Iran and the P5+1 from reaching a comprehensive agreement over Iran’s nuclear program.
Harun Yahya: Turmoil in Middle East Cannot Affect Iran-Turkey Friendly Ties
Harun Yahya: Turmoil in Middle East Cannot Affect Iran-Turkey Friendly Ties
TEHRAN (FNA)- A world-renowned Turkish Muslim scholar says that Iran and Turkey are two major countries in the Middle East and should establish an Islamic alliance to serve as a role model for all the Muslim nations of the world.
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