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31 killed in Nigeria suicide blasts

Reham claims PTI scared of her book's contents

Kabul library bus drives Afghan children to read

World Cup 2018: Mexico upset defending champs Germany 1-0

Has PTI closed her doors for Ch.Nisar Ali Khan?

Are Iran and Israel heading toward open warfare?

India should seriously consider 'limited war' with Pakistan: BJP leader

The end of Fazlullah

Did someone attempt to poison Kusloom Nawaz?

Messi misses penalty as Iceland hold out for draw

At least 26 dead in Afghanistan suicide attack during Eid ceasefire

Mullah Fazlullah: Ruthless TTP chief who green-lighted 2014 Peshawar carnage

Ronaldo hat-trick earns Portugal draw with Spain in thriller

Pakistan celebrates Eid with religious zeal and fervour

“Saudi Arabia must not purchase Russian S-400”; Washington threatens its ally with sanctions

State terrorism: India'Rising Kashmir editor-in-chief Shujaat Bukhari gunned down

Dynasties, old and new: How Imran Khan disappointed his workers?

UN on Kashmir: Would mere statement enough to stop Genocide of Kashmiris?

Shellshocked Spain face Portugal in early World Cup treat

Battling depression in educational institutes

Saudi-led warships doomed to destruction: Yemen’s Navy

Kulsoom Nawaz in Critical condition after Cardiac arrest: Maryam asks for prayers

Soccer diplomacy: Is Putin looking for a thaw between Iran and Saudi Arabia?

US drone strike reportedly kills senior TTP chief Mullah Fazlullah in Afghanistan

Fortifying speculations of death: Saudi crown prince absent from King Salman meeting with 24 princes

MWM Chief hosts Iftar party in honour of ambassadors of Muslim countries

UN agency hopes to win reprieve for Afghan refugees

'Man buries deceased father in brand-new BMW in Nigeria'

Eid-ul-Fitar likely on Saturday in Pakistan

Musharraf barred from contesting election

A book against Imran Khan: Is it a last weapon against PTI chief?

NA-247: A dictator, a mayor, an activist – who deserves Karachi’s hot seat?

Five Pakistani students graduate from South Asian University in New Delhi

Yemeni troops repel Saudi attack on Hudaydah port

Saudi Arabia ruined Morocco's World Cup bid, Moroccans say

Pakistan team seals series against Scottish kids

Complicity in War Crimes: UK Facilitating Suspicious Arms Flow to Saudi Arabia

Trump: Our rocket strike against Syria last year was a warning to China!

Did Nawaz deliberately asked Khawaja Haris to quit?

The withdrawal of UN and Red Cross forces from Hodiedah port in Yemen

Can election commission stop JuD offshoots to contest elections?

A Test of nerves for Afghanistan in debut against India

COMSATS Rector’s Research Paper Found Plagiarized Yet Again

Why Shouldn't Shiite leaders be a part of MMA?

Afghanistan peace: US gun on Pakistan shoulder

Trump, Kim end summit, but was the deal clearly worded?

Pakistan thrashes Scotland in first T20

The spy pigeons: Is India making it a laughing stock?

Azerbaijan envoy praises Pakistan Armys role for regional peace

Iran, China use their currencies for joint trade exchange

Will Pakistan's daughter Khadija Siddiqi ever find justice

What is up the sleeve of military establishment? – by Peja Mistry

A PTI candidate who defeated Nawaz on PPP ticket

Imran Khan: From political pariah to a potential PM

Can Scotland topple the No.1 T20 team?

Tit for Tat: Can PTI use Ch. Nisar against Nawaz in response to Reham Khan's book?

PIEAS Tops Pakistani Universities in QS Rankings 2019

India’s Nayara Energy to cut Iran oil imports

No lesson from Iran: Finally the North Korea lost to US

Ridiculous allegation: Netanyahu claimed to help the lack of water in Iran

On June 6, 1963, at least 116 Shia Muslims were massacred

Would Ch.Nisar dent PML-N as independent candidate?

SC suspends tax deductions on prepaid cellphone top-up cards

Gwadar-Chabahar connectivity to deepen economic ties

Mammoth Challenge: Can Pakistan avoid its name from FATF?

Why Khawaja Haris refused to defend Nawaz Sharif?

Cat is out of the bag: How PTM fooled people to gain political mileage?

Fox News calls Donald Trump a ‘dictator’

Qatar on Saudi war threat: World not living in law of the jungle era

Closure of mosques in Austria may lead to ‘war between cross & crescent’ – Erdogan

AL QUDS DAY 2018: THOUSANDS RALLY THROUGH LONDON IN SUPPORT OF PALESTINE + PHOTOS

Israel agents trained India commandos leading Sikh temple raid

‘UAE buying Jerusalem properties on behalf of Israel’

No party ticket: Would PML-N abandon Ch.Nisar?

A road to defeat: Did Imran Khan commit a historic blunder?

Nawaz behind bars: PML-N in further disarray

Has Jahangir Tareen parted ways with Imran Khan?

‘UN deal with Myanmar could return Rohingya Muslims to killing fields’

‘US used 9/11 attacks to target Muslims’

Horrific moment IDF gas canister hits Palestinian in the face

US Professor: Mohammed Bin Salman is world’s richest Zionist

Politics in the mess: Who will be next Prime Minister of Pakistan?

Hamas Deputy Chief thanks Pakistani nation over support to Palestine

A thickening plot: Would sending Nawaz behind bars benefit PML-N in elections?

Would Pakistan jump into stalled Afghan peace process again?

Austria could expel up to 60 Turkish-funded imams

Saudi's potential attack on Yemen's port of Hudaydah may kill 250,000, UN says

What is the future of Younger Sharif?

Iran marks International Quds Day with massive rallies

Approaching elections and US interest in Pakistan's politics

How Saudia offered oil support to Trump for Iran's decision

Back in politics: Is Establishment give a key role to Musharraf in next Government?

Imran in the eye of storm: Reham claims PTI leadership employed sex for political purpose

An expected U-turn: Did Pompeo seek Pakistan help to strengthen Ghani?

Turkey ready to attack northern Iraq: Erdogan

Foreign investment in Saudi Arabia collapses under bin Salman

Israeli Leader: Assad ‘No Longer Immune’ From Attack

Saudi Arabia kills more children than ISIS, al-Qaeda and al-Nusra combined

Why the West publish Bad Press of Religious Freedom in Iran ?

Would Imran Khan remain Sadiq and Amin after Reham Khan's book?

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New Yemeni missile system used to target Saudi-led warplanes: Report

1396/10/21 | 18:53
A new report has revealed that Yemeni air force and air defense units used a new domestically-designed and-produced missile system to shield residential areas in the country’s capital and the northwestern provinces of Sana’a and Sa’ada against airstrikes by Saudi military aircraft. Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah television network reported that Yemeni air defense forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, employed the system to intercept and target a twin-engine, all-weather tactical F-15 fighter jet belonging to ...

Yemeni forces’ missile kills several Saudi mercenaries in Sana'a province

1396/10/5 | 18:53
Yemeni forces have fired a Zelzal 2 (Earthquake-2) ballistic missile at a position of Saudi-backed mercenaries in the Nihm district of the country's western Sana'a province, inflicting heavy casualties on them. According to early reports, scores of Saudi-backed militiamen loyal to former Yemeni president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, were killed and injured after Yemeni army forces backed by allied fighters from the Popular Committees launched the domestically-produced missile at their position. A military source, speaking on condition of anonymity, ...

Saudi jets continue to bomb Sana'a despite calls for humanitarian ceasefire

1396/9/15 | 18:53
The UN has stressed that despite calls for a humanitarian ceasefire in Yemen, Saudi Arabia continues to bomb the capital Sana'a. “Airstrikes have continued while ground fighting and shelling have been reduced,” said UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric on Tuesday. He added that Saudi Arabia had bombed the capital over 25 times in less than 24 hours, adding that some of the strikes had hit close to the UN's compound in the city. Dujarric added that UN food supplies in Yemen were running out, and that seven vessels carrying food requirements are ...

Saudi Arabia recognized death of 155 of its soldiers and commanders in Yemen

1396/4/26 | 18:53
Special sources of the news observations revealed names of some of the dead Saudi soldiers and paid troops in Yemen by Yemeni army.     Special sources of the news observations revealed names of some of the dead Saudi soldiers and paid troops in Yemen by Yemeni army and popular committee forces in the ongoing fighting and confrontations on border fronts, where the Saudi army suffered heavy casualties and material losses. The News Agency obtained a statistic of some of the names of the dead Saudi army officers and troops in various units ...

Did Saudia use biological weapons that unleashed cholera in Yemen?

1396/4/22 | 18:53
Cholera disease has infected more than 300,000 people in war-torn Yemen since late April, amid concerns the outbreak is party of Saudi biological warfare on the impoverished state.   “Yemen, Cholera: Disturbing. We’re at 300k+ suspected cases with ~7k new cases/day. 4 most affected areas: Sanaa, Hodeida, Hajjah and Amran,” the international Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) regional director Robert Mardini tweeted on Monday. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) on its official twitter put the epidemic suspected cases at ...

Yemeni court sentences 4 Saudis to death for beheading soldiers

1396/4/20 | 18:53
  A court in the Yemeni capital Sana’a has handed down the death penalty to four Saudi nationals convicted of belonging to the al-Qaeda terrorist group and decapitating 14 Yemeni troops some three years ago. According to the Arabic-language al-Masirah television network, the Specialized Criminal Court said that the convicts had been members of the al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) terror group and had beheaded 14 army soldiers of the 135th Brigade following an attack against a state security center in the city of Say'un in Yemen’s ...

Gas attack by terrorists: Death of livestock in Jabal Atan in Yemen

1396/3/17 | 18:53
Thirteen livestock animals were killed belonging to a person in Aran region, South of the Capital Sana’a.   The investigation of the experts and specialists revealed that animals after eating plants in the area have died because of the poisonous gases and harmful chemicals spread in the area by the continuous shelling of the prohibited weapons by the Aggression Air Forces during past days. The weapons of American-Saudi aggression, which are internationally forbidden are used in Yemeni land and in future there is more threat of using of ...

Shafaqna Special: Saudi barbarism in Yemen and world’s criminal silence

1395/7/21 | 18:53
More than 200 people have been killed and over 500 injured in air strikes on a funeral gathering in Yemen's capital Sanaa, a senior UN official says.Jamie McGoldrick, the UN humanitarian co-ordinator for Yemen, condemned "the horrific attack". The rebel Houthi-run government said a Saudi-led coalition was responsible - a claim Saudi Arabia denied. The US said it had launched an "immediate review" of its already reduced support for the coalition.  The Saudi military insists it chooses its targets carefully, and that it goes to great lengths to ...

No cessation in Syrian hostilities: World powers continue to play on the chess of Syria

1394/12/7 | 18:53
 Dozens of civilians have been killed in the Syrian city of Homs despite announcements suggesting that a temporary ceasefire is closer than ever. Syria's state news agency SANA said Sunday's twin car bombing happened near the entrance to the city's al-Arman neighbourhood. The attack killed 46 people and wounded 110 more, Syrian officials said.Homs is largely under government control and has regularly been targeted in bomb attacks. Once more IS claimed responsibility for this horrific attack in Homs and Damascus, targeting Shias in response ...

Tearing Syria apart: The drop-scene of Syrian peace drama

1394/12/6 | 18:53
 ISIS has claimed responsibility for multiple attacks in strongholds of the Syrian regime Sunday that killed at least 122 people and scores of others injured, according to Syria's state-run SANA news agency. The separate car bomb and suicide attacks happened in Homs and southern Damascus, Syrian state media reported, citing local officials and security sources. ISIS has claimed responsibility for multiple attacks in strongholds of the Syrian regime Sunday that killed at least 122 people and scores of others injured, according to Syria's state-run ...

Attacking holy shrines: Would Saudi monarchy condemn ISIS?

1394/11/14 | 18:53
 At least 70 people were killed and 100 wounded on Sunday in three bomb blasts near the revered  shrine of Sayyida Zeinab(A.S) outside the Syrian capital Damascus, state media said.vState news agency SANA said the first blast was caused by a car bomb that detonated at a bus station near the shrine.  It said two suicide bombers then detonated their explosive belts when people gathered at the scene. While the shrine itself was not damaged, the area around it was devastated. The iconic structure has been targeted before.  The militant Islamic ...

Beheading of Khaled al-Asaad: IS shows the true color

1394/6/3 | 18:53
  Islamic State militants beheaded one of Syria's most prominent antiquities scholars in the ancient town of Palmyra, then strapped his body from one of the town's Roman columns, Syrian state media and an activist group said on Wednesday. The killing of 81-year-old Khaled al-Asaad was the latest atrocity perpetrated by the militant group, which has captured a third of both Syria and Iraq. Since IS overran Palmyra in May, there have been fears the extremists, who have destroyed famed archaeological sites in Iraq, would demolish its 2,000-year-old ...

Yemen Separation: A destructive and imprudent idea

1394/5/19 | 18:53
   When the Houthis from the northern highlands laid siege on Yemen's capital, in the south thousands took to the streets to announce their opposition to the new order in Sanaa. Separatist sentiments remain high here, and memories of an independent south Yemen, the Arab world's only Marxist state, are not such a distant memory. Yet with the resignation of Yemeni president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, a southerner, a nerve had been twisted. When the news was announced, the streets of the south erupted in anger and calls for solidarity ...