Tuesday 6 October 2015

Iran calls for a united stand against militancy

Iran's foreign minister called on Sunday for a united front among all Middle Eastern nations to fight militancy, in his first regional trip after reaching a nuclear deal with world powers that raised concerns among Iran's Gulf Arab neigh


Egypt's new PM vows to crush terrorism

Egypt's new prime minister said on Tuesday he would seek to eradicate militant violence that has increased since the overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi, hoping improved security will lead to economic recovery. Speak


Saudi sweep shows Al Qaeda threat persists

Saudi Arabia's arrests of 113 Al Qaeda-linked militants, including two suicide bomb teams, shows that the jihadi threat to the world's top oil exporter has not disappeared. It has just migrated to neighbouring Yemen. But the arrest


Taliban is in huge amounts in Pakistan - Zardari

The Taliban has established itself across a large part of Pakistan, forcing the country to fight a war against the hardline Islamist group that is about Pakistan's own survival, President Asif Zardari told CBS News. '(The Taliban)

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