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A Bahraini court sentenced nine Shiites to jail terms ranging between 10 and 15 years on Monday after convicting them of forming a "terrorist" group, a judicial source said. Cleric Ahmed al-Majed and a second defendant were jailed for 15 years,
A barrage of car bombings and shootings across Iraq left at least 32 people dead, authorities said Monday. It's the latest spate of violence plaguing the country amid heightened sectarian strife. Basra: Car bombings kill nine, mostly civilians At
Ramiz Rafizadeh was driving past Syria's famous Ummayad Mosque in December when another vehicle abruptly cut him off. Two men got out and shot Rafizadeh to death in front of his deaf daughter, whom he had just picked up from her school in Damascus. "
Hezbollah warns it'll get more involved in Syria if foreign threats jeopardize regime From Saad Abedine , CNN updated 7:54 AM EDT, Wed May 1, 2013 Lebanon's Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah on September 17, 2012. (CNN) -- Hezbollah has threatened to
Saudi Arabian security authorities have escalated a smoldering feud with regional rival Iran by rounding up influential Shiite clerics and intellectuals for questioning following the March arrest of 18 people on charges of spying for Tehran.
On Saturday, a mob of over 3000 people burned and ransacked more than 160 Christian houses and two small churches in Joseph Colony, an impoverished enclave in the Pakistani city of Lahore, after a Christian man was accused of committing blasphemy
The bloodshed is likely to increase as the nation heads into a parliamentary election, expected to be held in two months, that would bring the first democratic transition in Pakistan's 65-year history. Experts say al-Qaeda and Pakistani Taliban
Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed Thursday 14 March 2013 Last Update 14 March 2013 2:24 am I disagree with those who accuse Nuri Al-Maliki, the Iraqi prime minister, of sectarianism...He currently uses the Sunni-Shiite dispute for the sole aim of remaining in
Lebanon A Sunni militant jihadist group in Iraq claimed responsibility on Monday for killing dozens of Syrian soldiers who had sought temporary safety on the Iraqi side of the border last week, boasting about the massacre in an Internet posting that
Now Yacoubiyeh is one of the few minority-dominated communities captured by Syria's rebels in the country's nearly 2-year-old uprising, making it a key gauge of how the opposition fighters mainly from Syria's Sunni Muslim majority deal with the