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Egypt: Interior minister survives bomb attack

Egypt: Interior minister survives bomb attack

Sep 05, – Egypt’s interior minister has survived an apparent attempt on his life. The car bomb explosion did not injure him, but reportedly wounded passersby. A car bomb went off in Cairo’s eastern district of Nasr City on Thursday morning. The explosion occurred near Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim’s convoy, according to Egyptian media and […]

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Obama urges world support for strike on Syria

Obama urges world support for strike on Syria

Sep 05, – US President Barack Obama urged world support for punitive strikes against Syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons, as Damascus vowed retaliation and resistance even if it means World War III. Amid the pounding of war drums, the UN refugee agency and the four neighbouring states which have taken in hundreds […]

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John Kerry: Sarin gas used in chemical attack in Syria

John Kerry: Sarin gas used in chemical attack in Syria

Sep 01, – The US has said it has evidence that Syria used sarin gas in last month’s attack in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta. Secretary of State John Kerry told US media outlets the “case is building” for military intervention. Hair and blood samples provided to the United States from the scene of the […]

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Fruit-Rich Diet Might Lower Aneurysm Risk

Fruit-Rich Diet Might Lower Aneurysm Risk

Aug. 19, — Eating lots of fruit might decrease your risk of developing a dangerous abdominal aortic aneurysm, according to a large, long-running study. An abdominal aortic aneurysm is a bulge in the wall of the part of the aorta — the largest artery in the body — that runs through the abdomen. If an […]

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Earthquakes shake central New Zealand, damaging homes

Earthquakes shake central New Zealand, damaging homes

Aug 16, WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Strong earthquakes shook central New Zealand on Friday, damaging homes and roads and sending office workers scrambling for cover in the capital. No serious injuries were reported. A magnitude-6.5 temblor struck just after 2:30 p.m. near the small South Island town of Seddon, and at least six aftershocks were […]

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Air raids in Syria’s Latakia province kill 20

Air raids in Syria’s Latakia province kill 20

Aug 10, BEIRUT  — Syrian government warplanes bombed a predominantly Sunni village and killed at least 20 people, opposition activists said Saturday, as government forces pushed to retake territory in the western heartland of President Bashar Assad’s Alawite sect. The rebel capture last week of 11 villages in the regime stronghold of Latakia province was […]

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Deadly floods hit central US with Missouri worst affected

Deadly floods hit central US with Missouri worst affected

Aug 09, – Up to three people have died in flash floods that have sparked alerts in several US states. A child was killed and his mother is presumed dead after their car was swept away. Which has suffered the worst of the deluge. Another woman died as her car drove over a bridge in […]

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Muslims unite in Spain to mark Eid Al-Fitr

Muslims unite in Spain to mark Eid Al-Fitr

Aug 08, – Mislata Valencia, source: www.hromedia.es Unlike in previous years, the Muslim community in Spain celebrates `Eid Al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, On the same day on Thursday, 08 of August 2013 Attempting to preserve their identity, Muslim ethnic group builds its own mosque Raza E  Mustafa Mosque  in Mislata Valencia Most […]

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Mortars hit Damascus area where Syrian President Assad attended prayers

Mortars hit Damascus area where Syrian President Assad attended prayers

Aug 08, DAMASCUS, Syria — Mortar rounds hit an upscale district of Damascus on Thursday as Syrian state TV broadcast images of President Bashar Assad attending prayers in the same area of the capital to mark the start of a Muslim holiday. It was unclear if the shelling of Malki district was connected to Assad’s […]

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‘Burka Avenger’ set to go global

‘Burka Avenger’ set to go global

Aug 06, – New cartoon superhero who fights bad guys disguised in a flowing black burka is set to go global, her creator told AFP, with plans afoot to broadcast the show in 60 countries. The Urdu-language animation “Burka Avenger”, showing the adventures of a mild-mannered teacher who uses her superpowers to fight local gangsters […]

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