Anti-Zionist demo held in Budapest
An anti-Zionist demonstration has been held in Budapest ahead of a meeting of the World Jewish Congress.
M23 threatens to kill Tanzania troops: FM
The March 23 movement (M23) rebels have told Tanzania that they will attack and kill its troops if they join a UN mission aimed at neutralizing armed groups in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzanian Foreign Minister Bernard Membe says.
US supports Israeli airstrike on Syria
US President Barack Obama has said Israel has the right to launch airstrikes on Syria, one day after the Israeli regime’s second airstrike on the country this year.
Iran favors closer trade ties with India
Iran’s Majlis speaker says Tehran and New Delhi should boost reciprocal trade relations, and pave the way for closer cooperation between Iranian and Indian private sectors.
More Turkish weapons found in Yemen
The Yemeni Defense Ministry says the military has captured a boat carrying 20,000 Turkish-made guns in the country’s coastal regions.
3 killed, 40 injured in Karachi bombing
The Pakistani police say at least three people have been killed and dozens more injured in two bomb attacks in the southern city of Karachi.
Seven US troops killed in Afghanistan
Seven US soldiers serving with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) have been killed in two separate attacks in Afghanistan, according to US and Afghan officials.
Iran urges respect for religious sanctities
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Salehi has denounced the desecration of a revered site belonging to a Shia Muslim figure, urging international action to safeguard religious sanctities.
Musharraf remand extended two weeks
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf will have to remain in custody for another two weeks, according to a ruling by an anti-terrorism court.
Church questions Israel existence
The Church of Scotland says Israel has no right to the occupied Palestinian lands.