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Arbaeen in Karbala

Bombings hit two mosques in Afghanistan, at least 50 killed

Meeting the uncle: Did Maryam Nawaz try to dispel family rifts?

Quetta blast: An endless agony

Russian dancers to travel to Saudi Arabia!

‘We are not at war with Islam’, says Israeli president

Mysterious ‘Planet 9’: Is this the smoking gun?

Kuwaiti official orders Israel delegates to ‘get out’

More sticks: Another snub for Pakistan

Killing of Umar Mansoor and Khalid Khorasani: US-Pakistan ties on track

Rohingya’s genocide: Mere a lip service

Election in sight: JI’s gimmick on Mumtaz Qadri

North Korea threatens to launch ‘unimaginable’ strike on US

Iraqi court issues arrest warrant for Kurdistan’s vice president

US Colludes with ISIL to Stop Syrian Army Advances in Deir Ezzur

US Forces Shoot Two Afghan Children over Stone Throwing

Brotherhood leader demands Sisi regime be prosecuted

Had US planned Osama Bin Laden like operation to rescue US couple?

Excessive drone strikes: Did Pakistan share information on Haqqani network?

Iran and America: What next?

Unprecedented martyrdom operation in Paktia province

Deporting Turkish couple: Did Pakistan violate international laws?

Killing of APS mastermind: US gift to Pakistan

Between the eagle and the bear: where do Egypt’s loyalties lie?

Russia urges US to destroy chemical weapons

Iran will rip nuclear deal to pieces if other party tears it up: Leader

A Russia-Saudi rapprochement isn’t happening

US New Anti-Hezbollah Measures: Drives, Consequences

Why Political Government withdrew Hafiz Saeed’s house arrest plea?

Quetta Suicide attack: Seven including five police man martyred

Saudi Arabia is Increasing the Cost of Umrahs

What Next after US Provides Safe Exit for ISIS in Syria’s Raqqa?

Who are the Haqqanis, Afghanistan´s most feared insurgents?

Why is Russia ‘funding’ Afghan Taliban against rise of Islamic State?

Muscat Moot: Why US desperately looking for dialogues with Taliban?

False assumptions about Iran nuclear deal

Bahrain court sentences 4 dissidents to 15 years in prison

Nearly 300 Rohingya villages destroyed in Myanmar's Rakhine, says HRW

Saudi Arabia, Israel and America are misleading the world on the Iran nuclear deal

Fear and loathing returns for Quetta’s Hazara community

President Rouhani slams Trump’s remarks on Iran as pile of delusional claims

Paktia police chief among 32 killed in attacks on Afghan police centre

Indian role in Afghanistan: What is Pakistan’s paranoia?

Why is EU increasingly separating ways from Trump?

Is the party over?

Yemen President calls for international support

Egypt backtracks on opening Gaza border

Facebook rejected Saudi demand to remove Al-Jazeera page

US U-Turn: What made US to take policy turn on Islamabad?

ISIS Khorsan Province: another emerging giant?

ABNA | 4.5 Million Yemen school kids face uncertain future amid Saudi-led aggression

TASNIM | Tel Aviv behind Trump’s Anti-Iran Speech: US Analyst

SHAFAQNA | Media Blackout in Yemen – Journalist Support Committee denounces

IQNA | Plight of Myanmar Muslims Proof of West’s Double-Standards

The Fourth Imam, ‘Ali Ibn Al Husayn, Zainul Abedeen (as) .

Southern Yemen leader sees independence referendum, parliament body

Mayhem in Court: Is PML-N trying to alter the verdict?

Daesh used Raqqa as a base to plan attacks against the West.

Somalia's 'deadliest attack ever' kills 276, injures 300

Israeli minister says was misunderstood on war remarks with Iran

ISIS establishes training camp near Israeli border in Syria

Who altered the Khatm.e.Nabuwat clause?

Ending the Iran deal: Trump’s fatal mistake

Is Shahbaz Sharif trying to reconcile between establishment and Nawaz Sharif?

Show of restraint: How military poured cold water on PML-N’s whims?

Diplomacy with Pyongyang 'until the first bomb drops,' Tillerson vows

Report: Iraqi forces advance on Kurdish-held Kirkuk

Thanks to Pakistan: Will couple rescue mark a new beginning in ties with United States?

Bid to ‘fix’ Iran nuclear deal faces uphill climb in US Congress

US diplomats cast doubt on America’s ability to constrain Iran

Cracks in the party lines: Why PML-N is at the verge of disintegration?

Egypt becomes pawn in Trump’s N. Korea offensive

Karzai: Afghans Must Resist ‘US Agenda’

Jews against Shi’ite Community Center in London

The ‘Islamic Catalonia’!

Strategic Shift to Russia: Cost benefit analysis for Pakistan

Taking sides: PPP’s honeymoon with military establishment

Asteroid grazes past Earth in ‘critical’ rehearsal

Syria demands ‘immediate, unconditional’ pullout of Turkish troops from Idlib

Israeli study warns Netanyahu against ending Iran nuclear deal

US Daesh fighter in Syria poses dilemma for White House

The backdrop of Palestinian reconciliation

US rendezvous: Is Pakistan trying to woo back US?

Old tactics: PML-N repeats history by assailing the court

Warning to ISPR: Who is pulling Ahsan Iqbal’s strings?

Takfiri terrorism’s next station could be Southwest Asia

IB memo controversy: The motives behind fake letter

Pakistan’s path to sanity

Over 90% of Syrian territory free from Daesh: Russian daily

Trump refuses to certify Iran nuclear deal

Israeli report claimed Hawija was recaptured within deal with IS

The EU context for increasing financial aid to Palestine

Why Saudis welcome US sanctions on Hezbollah call for more?

‘UAE plans to invade Qatar using mercenaries’

IB memo controversy: The motives behind fake letter

Captain Safdar’s tirade: The game behind the curtains

Pulling out of Transit trade:  How India is manipulating ties with Afghanistan

PML-N's policy debacle: Rana Sanullah stirs new controversy on Ahmedis

Trump’s Iran plans pushing EU toward Russia, China: Germany

Rohingya Muslims not native to Myanmar: Army chief

Society


Egypt: 82% of women are harassed on public transport

1396/7/12 | 08:21
    Egyptian women are verbally and physically harassed on a daily basis while on public transport, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper reported.   “Almost every woman in Egypt has been sexually harassed,” the newspaper quoted a study by the United Nations (UN) saying.   In 2013, Egypt ranked the highest in sexual harassment against women, followed by Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Syria, the report noted, quoting a study by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.     The German newspaper explained that Female ...

Saudi Arabia will let women drive

1396/7/5 | 08:21
Riyadh has removed the driving ban on women as part of its recent reforms to undo the damage the ultraconservative kingdom has suffered for decades of human rights violations both inside and outside of Saudi Arabia. "The royal decree will implement the provisions of traffic regulations, including the issuance of driving licenses for men and women alike," said a statement released by the Saudi Press Agency on Tuesday. It noted that the decree would come into force as of June 2018, and that it must "apply and adhere to the necessary Sharia standards.” Saudi ...

The secret behind Tunisians and Moroccans eating donkey meat

1396/7/1 | 08:21
  In Bab El Khadra, one of the most famous historic neighbourhoods of the medina of Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, there is a butcher’s shop that sells horse and donkey meat.     Tunisian and Moroccan customers come to buy this type of meat, which is subjected to strict health control of the Ministry of Health and the municipal police in Tunisia. Different social groups do not stop going to this shop to buy the meat it sells until the end of the day.     Hussain Shushan, one of the chief butchers in this shop, ...

UNICEF says 240,000 Rohingya kids in dangerous situation

1396/6/25 | 08:21
UNICEF has warned that more than half the nearly 400,000 Rohingya refugees who fled from Myanmar are children in dire condition. About 240,000 children, of whom 36,000 are less than a year old and 92,000 are under five years old, are living in squalid conditions where they are vulnerable to the spread of disease, the UN children's agency said on Friday. There are also about 52,000 pregnant and lactating women among the refugees. According to latest estimates, about 391,000 Rohingya refugees have crossed into Bangladesh since violence erupted ...

Overloaded School Bags Put 70 % Children at Risk of Back Problems

1396/6/22 | 08:21
Children often choose bags featuring their favourite cartoon characters rather than those that are back-friendly.   These poorly fitting bag-packs that are often overloaded, can put children at risk of long-term back and spinal problems, experts have warned. The Australian Physiotherapy Association revealed that non-fitting and heavy bag-packs put up to 70 per cent of school-children at risk. Effects Of Poorly Chosen Bag-Packs The association stated that bag-packs that are not back-friendly can cause strain in back, neck and shoulder of ...

Israel: At least 1 in 6 female soldiers sexually harassed

1396/6/21 | 08:21
One in six female Israeli soldiers said they had been sexually harassed during their military service in 2016, although actual figures could be much higher, according to a report released by the army yesterday.   The results of the internal survey, conducted by the Chief of Staff’s Gender Advisor that questioned thousands of women in a variety of roles, found that 16 per cent of female soldiers had reported experiences of sexual harassment. Nine per cent had been harassed multiple times, according to the Times of Israel.     However, ...

Syrian refugee: ‘Europeans are using our name to make money’

1396/6/21 | 08:21
Fatima’s husband and two of her brothers were killed by fighters in Syria. Fearing for her children’s lives, she escaped her homeland and embarked on an arduous journey to Morocco where the family posed as Moroccans and were able to cross into Europe. “Arriving in France was like the end of a bad dream, it was a new start for us.” Less than six months later, Fatima and her children are now begging on the streets. I first met Fatima (not her real name) at a slip road in the Saint-Denis suburb of Paris, home to the famous Stade de France. ...

16,000 yearly abortions in Tunisia, the majority after rape

1396/6/18 | 08:21
  On average 16,000 abortions are performed per year in Tunisia, according to a recent study by the National Office for Family and Population (ONFP), the majority of which occur after women are raped.     The remainder of the cases are unwanted or unplanned pregnancies.The overwhelming majority of cases are married Tunisian women (80 per cent) whilst 20 per cent of cases are single women.Four-thousand of the total 16,000 were performed illegally, some without even a doctor being present.     Unwanted pregnancies ...

India: Sex in the name Hindu gods

1396/6/14 | 08:21
  The rape trail of Guru Singh Ji-Insan in Panchkula (Haryana, India) which ended in 100 people dead and another 200 injured is well known.   If you think that’s sickening – Sawmi Sri Paramahamsa Nithyananda aka Nithi in Tamil Nadu state in South India got hundreds of his female disciples signed a Sex Contract where they agreed to provide sexual enlightenment to the Swami. The contract was similar to Zionist entity’s Gag Order.     The survivors of sexual assaults in Nithyananda’s ashram have spoken ...

"As a devout Buddhist I condemn violence, but deny Rohingya ethnic cleansing."- Myanmar's Political Officer

1396/6/13 | 08:21
Dr Rehan Raza Naqvi conducted a telephonic interview with Mr. Chan, First Secretary and Political Officer at the Myanmar Embassy in Brussels. The following are the key statements by Mr. Chan representing the official stand of the Myanmar government as regards the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims. - This is a propaganda against Myanmar by the bad guys in the media. - There is no ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslism going on. - Rohingya are fleeing their homes after terrorist attacks there. - The Rohingya want to establish a Muslim ...