Intense Fighting in Syria's Al-Qusseir Kills 27 Rebels|
Saturday's battles concentrated on a number of Northern areas of al-Qusseir, reports said. The al-Mayadeen TV placed the overall number of rebels currently fighting against the government troops in al-Qusseir at 3,000.
Riyadh to Host Regional Forum of Islamic Universities|
The Union of Islamic Universities will organize a regional forum of the universities of the Muslim world on May 28-30 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Rectors of Islamic Schools to Meet in Moscow|
During the II Russian Muslim conference "Russian Muslims and civil society", which will take place on May 28, there will be meeting of the leaders of Islamic schools, the press service of Russian Muslims Union reports.
Quranic Solutions Will Elevate Society’s Insight|
Head of the Dar-ol-Quran Karim Organization underlined the need for Quranic solutions to social, political and economic problems.
What Brought John Kerry to Middle East for a 4th Time|
What Brought John Kerry to Middle East for a 4th Time
Promoting Iranophobia, Pursing Two-State Initiative, Weakening Hamas Movement
Professor of Political Science at University of Tehran & International Expert
The US Secretary of State John Kerry has paid his fourth visit to the Middle East since he was appointed to the post under the second administration of the United States President Barack Obama.
Forum of Iraqi Shia and Sunni Scholars in Karbala|
The 4th forum of Iraqi Shia and Sunni scholars was held by the Center of Specialized Studies in the holy city of Karbala.
Deadly Clashes Rock Guinea Ahead of Poll|
The violence on Saturday brings to 11 the number of people killed since Thursday in unrest that began over election preparations but has frequently degenerated into looting and clashes between ethnic groups, Aljazeera reported.
Rome Mayor Faces Battle in Italy Local Elections|
In the past few days, attention has been focused on who will win the mayoral poll in the capital, Rome, BBC reported Saturday.
Insurgents, Including Snipers Killed in Syria's Daraa|
In the attack, a large number of anti-government fighters were killed and wounded, including snipers.
Venezuela’s top court rejects vote fraud|
Venezuela’s Supreme Court has rejected one of the six lawsuits on allegations of fraud during the presidential election of April 14.
'Next admin must fulfill economy plans'|
Iranian presidential candidate Saeed Jalili says the next administration in the Islamic Republic should implement the country’s major economic policies.
‘Jordan to host major 18-nation drill’|
Jordan plans to host a major military drill with the participation of more than 15,000 soldiers from 18 different countries, including the United States, a Jordanian military official says.
US officials ill-informed about Iran election system|
Iran Foreign Minister has said US officials’ knowledge of Iran’s election as ‘very shallow and limited’.
Brazil 'to Write off' Almost $900mln of African Debt|
Oil- and gas-rich Congo-Brazzaville, Tanzania and Zambia are among the 12 African countries to benefit, BBC reported Saturday.
5 Soldiers Killed in Western Iraq|
The attack occurred on Saturday in the afternoon when a roadside bomb went off near an Iraqi army patrol near the town of Heet, some 160 km West of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, killing five soldiers, including a lieutenant colonel, the source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.
Two Freight Trains Collide in Missouri, Bringing Down Overpass|
None of the seven people hurt in the fiery crash - two train workers and five occupants of two cars on the overpass - suffered life-threatening injuries, Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter said in a statement, Reuters reported Saturday.
Abbas to Form New Palestinian Gov't in Weeks|
The official Palestinian Maan news agency quoted Abbas as saying on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum held in Jordan that he would announce the new cabinet lineup within two or three weeks.
Tokyo Making Moves to Re-Establish Contact with Pyongyang|
Japan is willing to consider the possibility of a top-level meeting in the case the situation with the abduction of Japanese citizens is resolved, Abe said on Saturday.
Pilgrims in Damascus on Demise Anniversary of Hazrat Zeynab (SA)|
A large number of Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) devotees are visiting the Rif-Damashq district of Damascus, where the holy mausoleum of Hazrat Zeynab (SA) is located.
Muslim Aid Builds Oklahoma Bridges|
Despite facing tough days under a devastating storm in Oklahom, the Muslim community have rushed to help clear up their central state, in an effort to build new bridges with their neighbors.