The United Nations human rights chief criticized United States, Israel’s practice of drone attacks in different countries. Serious concern “about human rights implications for the protection of civilians of armed drone strikes carried out in military operations in Pakistan, Yemen, Gaza.”
Court in Pakistan has indicted former President Pervez Musharraf on murder, criminal conspiracy, failing to provide enough security for Bhutto after she returned from exile
A Palestinian man has been shot dead by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank, with no further details released yet.
Ten people died when insurgents attacked police checkpoint, militants opened fire on a nearby tent housing construction workers for a road-building project. Nine died. Roadside blasts in Helmand province claimed eight lives, a statement from the office of the provincial governor said.
The rally was planned as the first in a series of daily protests in response to this week’s violent crackdown on Brotherhood sit-ins, which resulted in more than 700 deaths. The Islamist group has dubbed the action the “The Putschists’ Departure week.”
The Yemeni prisoners have been subjected to electric shock, water-boarding and severe beating, harsh conditions and without access to legal representation. One prisoner has reportedly been tortured to death.Large number of Yemenis are reportedly detained in Saudi Arabia prisons
Incident took place in town near border with Syria. Not clear whether rockets launched from inside Lebanon or Syria. Syria has repeatedly reported infiltration of militants from Lebanon across its border. Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar supporting anti-Syria militant groups.
Unnamed US official has told the Los Angeles Times that a surge in US drone strikes in Yemen over the past three weeks is an indication that the White House is to increase the number of its drone assaults there. Obama authorized 12 drone strikes in Yemen since those claims were made.
Crackdown by Egyptian army, fears of a disruption of oil supplies to the West have boosted oil price. Egypt plays a vital role in international energy markets through the operation of the Suez Canal and the Suez-Mediterranean (Sumed) pipeline. These are vital pieces of infrastructure in the global oil market.
Israel is incorporating the territory on the Israeli side of the "separation wall" cutting through the West Bank, taking arable land and water resources and Palestinian villages, clearing Jordan Valley of Palestinians establishing Jewish settlements, sinking wells,preparing for eventual integration.
Although some openly state that they would prefer a military dictatorship to an elected Brotherhood government, most anti-Brotherhood apologists have held out hope that the military may yet guide the country back to democracy. In light of recent events—this might be wishful thinking.
Egyptian security unleashed a barrage of bullets after gunmen opened fire at security from a second-story window at around 2 pm local time. One lone gunman started shooting from one of the mosque’s minarets, forcing the surrounding crowds to take cover. A small explosion was heard.
Iraqi Kurdistan region has faced an emergency situation as it is dealing with an influx of Syrian Kurds, who have managed to escape from Takfiri militants, Press TV reports.According to the report on Saturday, a massive number of refugees have arrived in the region since Thursday.
The incident took place after the foreign-backed militants assaulted the strategic border town, clashing with the Kurds in the area, reports said on Saturday.Most of the dead are militants. The attack forced a large crowd of civilians to flee into villages in the neighboring Turkey.
The junta mobilized sharpshooters in helicopters and on rooftops and tanks,armored vehicles and barbed-wire emplacements to block off large parts of downtown Cairo for the protests. Thugs armed with sticks and machetes to attack marchers protesting coup that toppled President Mohamed Mursi.
“Egypt is indeed at a critical stage. There is no doubt that the massacre that occurred just two days ago has clearly escalated the tensions inside the country and then the spreading of sectarian violence throughout Egypt,” will have devastating implications throughout the region.”
Gunmen shot dead 11 people, mostly Christians, near a town in central Syria on Saturday, state media and activists said, an attack described by a local resident as aimed at members of the religious minority. Christians are particularly vulnerable to the violence sweeping the country of 22 million.
BEIRUT: Syrian warplanes struck targets in a rebel-held district in the contested northern city of Aleppo Friday, killing 15 people, wounding dozens, leaving some trapped under the rubble of buildings. Three buildings completely flattened in the rebel-held district of Kalassa,
Thousands of Islamists protested Friday across Egypt, sparking violence that killed at least 70 people and turned parts of Cairo into battlefields after police authorised the use of live ammunition, two days after 578 people were killed. Crackdown drew strong condemnation from the international community
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has said his country supports Egypt's fight on terrorism, describing the brutal crackdown on supporters of Morsi as the military-backed government's "legitimate right."
Casualties mount into the thousands, fighting spreads, at least 4,200 injured, angry people mobilizing on the ground. Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi issued a statement praising police for their “self-restraint” and justifying the massacre: “The state had to intervene to restore security and peace
Hundreds of Morsi supporters have stormed a government building in Giza and set it alight, reports state TV. This comes after Wednesday’s brutal crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood loyalists in which over 630 people died.
Shooting has erupted in central Cairo at a massive "March of Anger" as pro-Morsi supporters and other opponents of the military protested Wednesday's brutal security crackdown.Deaths of at least 17 Morsi supporters, and 15 law enforcement officials throughout Egypt, with scores more wounded.
The largest Islamic nation in the Middle East is on the verge of descending into civil war, the Syrian civil war is starting to spill over into Lebanon.638 people are now dead 3,994 people wounded . Egypt heading to civil war
The bloodiest in decade’s violence in Egypt has been condemned by the UN Security Council. Meanwhile Egyptian law enforcement has been ordered to use deadly force to prevent further riots as the Muslim Brotherhood is bracing for a “march of anger.”
"The average person on the street, and even intelligent and informed people, when they think of the word ‘drone,’ they think of the military, they think hostile, they think weaponized, they think large and they think autonomous.
A huge car bomb blast has rocked the Zahiyeh neighborhood in the southern areas of the Lebanese capital, Beirut. blast occurred in the area where the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has a huge following.
Most Americans are probably unaware that over the past two weeks the US has launched at least eight drone attacks in Yemen, in which dozens have been killed. It is the largest US escalation of attacks on Yemen in more than a decade. US presence in the country seems to be creating more extremism.
Yemeni political elites have condemned US assassination drone strikes in the Arab country, saying the attacks violate their country’s sovereignty. US drone attacks has killed at least 40 people in the country over the past two weeks. U. S. assassination drones hit targets in Yemen,Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia.
Bahraini security forces have fired tear gas and birdshots to disperse anti-regime demonstrators in several towns near the capital, Manama, violent clashes between protesters and regime forces. Riot police charged into the crowd, firing birdshot and tear gas. Plan to hold anti-regime rallies near the US Embassy.
In a campaign to improve its image abroad, Israeli government to provide scholarships to hundreds of students at its seven universities in exchange for their making pro-Israel Facebook posts and tweets to foreign audiences. Netanyahu wrote its aim was to “strengthen Israeli public diplomacy
A state of emergency was declared on Wednesday after Egyptian security forces violently broke up sit-in camps of Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Cairo. Officials say at least 278 have been killed nationwide.Protesters accusing military ordering snipers to shoot at them from the rooftops.
Egypt's interim Vice President Mohamed ElBaradei has announced his resignation after violent crackdown by security forces claimed hundreds of lives across the North African country.Move comes after scores of people killed in a crackdown by security forces on supporters of ousted president, Mohamed Morsi.
Turkey: abduction of two of its citzens in Lebanon last week could hamper ties between Ankara Beirut, Lebanese militant group claimed responsibility demanding in exchange for the Turkish Airlines pilots the release of nine Lebanese hostages held by Syrian militants for over a year.
Israel has freed 26 Palestinian prisoners as the two sides were to hold resume the so-called Middle East talks amid a growing row over illegal Israeli settlements. Talks overshadowed by Israel's plans to build thousands of new homes for Jewish settlers on Palestinian lands.
16 people killed, 41 wounded Monday in suicide bomb attack on a crowded cafe in Balad, 80 km (50 miles) north of Baghdad, al Qaeda said it was behind attacks on Saturday, warned government to stop arresting suspected militants or face more violence.
At least two suspected Islamist militants were killed in a drone missile strike in Yemen's southern Shabwa province, the latest in a surge since Washington warned of possible attacks by Al-Qaeda in the region.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday that Israel's announcement of new settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem "were to some degree expected," but reiterated that "The United States of America views all of the settlements as illegitimate."
A lawyer representing one of the whistleblowers with knowledge of the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi last September says 400 surface-to-air missiles were "diverted to Libya" during the attack and fell into "the hands of some very ugly people."
Fresh clashes have broken out between the supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi, in Cairo, prompting police intervention.The violence came as Morsi supporters demonstrated outside several government ministries in the capital.
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