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29th Oct 2013

Lebanon: Week-long clashes kill 13 in Tripoli

Clashes left two people dead in Lebanon’s northern city of Tripoli Monday as army troops continued to deploy throughout the city in a bid to end a week of violence that killed at least 13 and wounded more than 90. … Continued

29th Oct 2013

Lebanon: Nasrallah: Saudi ‘anger’ fueling Syrian war

After two and a half years of relentless bloodshed, the whole world with the exception of Saudi Arabia has reached the conclusion that there can be no military solution to the Syrian crisis, Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah said in a … Continued

28th Oct 2013

Saudi Arabia: 12 women detained across Kingdom for driving

  By NADIM AL-HAMID & RASHID HASSAN JEDDAH/RIYADH, (Arab News):  Police detained 12 women in various parts of the Kingdom for violating traffic regulations and instructions that prevent women from driving in Saudi Arabia, a local daily reported. Col. Salman … Continued

28th Oct 2013

Saudi Arabia: CIA spied on 7.8 billion Saudi calls

By M Ghazanfar Ali Khan   Arab News: As controversy continues to encircle the American surveillance program, Cryptome, the digital library host that was created by the US as a repository for secret documents and material, revealed that the CIA … Continued

Afghanistan roadside bombing kills 18 on way to wedding
28th Oct 2013

Afghanistan roadside bombing kills 18 on way to wedding

A roadside bombing in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Ghazni has killed at least 18 people. The victims, mostly women, had been on their way to a wedding. A civilian was also killed in an earlier attack on troops. Police said … Continued

Iraq: At least 30  killed in car bomb attacks in Baghdad
27th Oct 2013

Iraq: At least 30 killed in car bomb attacks in Baghdad

[A woman inspects the site of a deadly car bomb attack that killed her sister, in  Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)] BAGHDAD, (Xinhua, AP and Agencies): A series of car bomb explosions in Shi’a Muslim neighbourhoods … Continued

27th Oct 2013

Lebanon: Jumblatt shifts Syria line

He is no longer enthusiastic about the fall of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. Today, the Progressive Socialist Party leader is back to his realism, or what parliamentary speaker Nabih Berri. (Photo: Haitham Moussawi)   By Firas Choufi   Al-Akhbar: … Continued

27th Oct 2013

Iraq: At least ten die in Iraq attacks

Attacks in Iraq killed 10 people on Saturday, seven of them from the same family, security and medical officials said. In the Dura area of southern Baghdad, gunmen armed with silenced weapons shot dead a father, mother, four sons and … Continued

27th Oct 2013

Saudi Arabia: Despite threats, Saudi women defy driving ban

A few women filmed themselves driving in Saudi cities on Saturday, defying government warnings of arrest and prosecution to take part in a campaign against men-only road rules, activists said. But some others stayed at home, put off by phone … Continued

26th Oct 2013

Iraq: 16 Shi’a Muslims killed across Iraq

A series of bombs killed around 16 people across Iraq on Friday as Shi’a Muslims celebrated Islamic festival of Ghadir, according to Reuters. Twenty four people were injured in the attacks. Nine bombs were detonated by remote control. The deadliest were … Continued

26th Oct 2013

Iran: Parliament to probe killing of border guards

  Tehran, (IRNA): Iranian parliament is to probe into the armed clashes in the southeastern country Friday evening which left 14 Iranian border guards martyred. Member of the Majlis Committee for National Security and Foreign Policy Mohammad Hassan Asafri (above) told IRNA … Continued

26th Oct 2013

Lebanon: Casualty toll rises as Tripoli clashes intensify

Clashes between the neighborhoods of Jabal Mohsen and Bab al-Tabbaneh in Tripoli continued for a fourth day on Friday, as casualties continued to rise. At least five people have been killed in the Lebanese city since Monday, AFP reported. Al-Islami … Continued

25th Oct 2013

Syria: Disarmament plan continues as Syria releases more female prisoners

Syria is set to hand over a detailed plan for destroying its chemical arsenal Thursday, the international watchdog said, as a rebel attack near Damascus triggered widespread power outages. But prospects for a peace conference, which the United Nations is … Continued

24th Oct 2013

Qatar: UN denounces 15-year sentence for dissident Qatari poet

The United Nations human right’s commission denounced on Tuesday Qatar’s decision to uphold a 15-year prison sentence for a well-known poet, calling the court ruling “clearly disproportionate.” “We are seriously concerned about the decision taken by Qatar’s highest court on … Continued

24th Oct 2013

Jordan: Brahimi: Only a political solution can end Syrian conflict

UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi insisted Wednesday that only a political solution will help end the “suffocating and dangerous” conflict in Syria, in talks with Jordan’s foreign minister. “The Syrian crisis is suffocating and dangerous. It threatens Syria and the … Continued

23rd Oct 2013

UK: Syrian peace talks in jeopardy over role of al-Assad’s government

Arab and Western foreign ministers have urged the Syrian opposition to attend Geneva peace talks next month. Those talks may be in jeopardy over disagreements on the role of President Bashar al-Assad’s government. Foreign ministers from Arab and Western nations … Continued

23rd Oct 2013

Saudi price for peace: A Lebanese Government of our choice

By Ibrahim al-Amin Beirut, (Al-Akhbar):Saudi Arabia may reluctantly consent to supporting the Geneva II conference on Syria in November – but at a cost: Riyadh wants to impose a Lebanese government of its own liking in order to get Hezbollah … Continued

22nd Oct 2013

Bahrain: Bahraini lives “cheaper than car tires”

An appellate court on Monday reduced to three years the prison sentence of a police officer convicted of killing the first martyr of Bahrain’s 2011 anti-government uprising, as three activists were handed five-year jail terms for burning tires at an … Continued

Iraq: 28 killed as cafe suicide bomber strikes in Shi’a neighbourhood
21st Oct 2013

Iraq: 28 killed as cafe suicide bomber strikes in Shi’a neighbourhood

A lone suicide bomber driving a car has killed at least 28 people in an attack on a Baghdad cafe, according to police and medical sources. The attack took place in a Shiite neighbourhood of the Iraqi capital  Police officials … Continued

21st Oct 2013

Syria: Suicide bomber kills 37 civilians in Hama

  Suicide bombing in Hama (Photo: SANA)   A suicide bomber driving a truck packed with 1.5 tons of explosives killed at least 37 civilians and wounded dozens in the Syrian city of Hama on Sunday, state media reported. The man blew … Continued

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