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Situationer: The Zaid Hamid enigma

A GREAT deal of confusion persists about the whereabouts and condition of self-described defence and security analyst Zaid Zaman Hamid, a familiar face on Pakistani TV channels and in cyberspace. On Wednesday, media outlets here began reporting that the outspoken commentator had been sentenced to eight years in prison as ...

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Afghan troops recapture Chardara district in Kunduz

Afghan government forces have recaptured a district in the country’s northeastern province of Kunduz days after it was seized by Taliban militants, Press TV reports. Afghan security forces regained control of the Chardara district on Tuesday following fierce clashes with the militants. The battle to retake the district had begun ...

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Al Jazeera’s live debate: Ayatollah Sistani recieved $200 million from US; Iran seeks to destroy Iraqi army

This week, a physical confrontation broke out on Al Jazeera’s live debate show “The Opposite Direction” between guests who were debating the actions taken by Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces and the fatwa (religious edict) calling jihad against Takfiri terrorists which was issued by the Najaf-based and Iranian-born Grand Ayatollah Sayyid ...

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Californian Muslims brace for Ramadan celebrations

Like Millions of Muslims across the world, Muslims in the US are preparing to observe the holy fasting month of Ramadan, which starts on Thursday, with a religious flavor. At southern California’s multi-cultural mosque, the Islamic Society of Orange County, preparations are going on to host thousands of Muslims on ...

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Turkey providing electricity to ISIL-held Syria town: Report

A Turkish newspaper says Ankara provides electricity to the Syrian town of Tal Abyad controlled by ISIL terrorists, who are also allowed to freely walk in the streets of a Turkish border district. Citing a Friday report by the Istanbul-based BirGün daily, English-language Turkish newspaper Today’s Zaman referred to “the ...

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