More than 20 people were killed in separate bomb attacks in Afghanistan on Monday, including at least 14 when a suicide bomber struck a minibus carrying Nepali security contractors in the capital Kabul, officials said.
Following an uproar after a prominent school in Srinagar sacked a teacher for wearing Abaya, the school management has now tendered an apology for “unintentionally” hurting the sentiments of people on Sunday.
Algerian activists severely criticized the Iraqi embassy for "facilitating religious visits to Iraq" through an electronic site and special office to grant visas for those "wishing to have religious visits to Iraq".
The Bahraini court sentenced on Thursday, June 16, eight Shiite defendants to 15 years in prison and revoked their Bahraini citizenships, over charges of "establishing and raising donations to fund a terror organization," a judicial source said.
A member of the Turkish parliament from the ”Republican People's" party Aran Ardam revealed that there are five secret dens for ISIS in Istanbul, at the eyes of the Turkish intelligence and security forces.
Iraqi government forces have gained control over the majority of Fallujah, according to Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi. Although he announced the city's "liberation," the US said there is still more fighting to be done.