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Is Maldives becoming new Jehadi centre, asks Scholar Tufail Ahmad 29.7.2014 New Kerala: World News
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ISIL: The Latest Disastrous Tool of Western Statecraft (Carta Maior, Brazil) 29.7.2014 The Moderate Voice
This column deals with an issue that no U.S. official, or member of the mainstream media for that matter, will ever address or admit to: the deliberate fostering and creation of terrorist groups for the furtherance of American foreign policy. For Brazil’s Carta Maior, columnist Francisco Carlos Teixeira takes on the history of Western involvement [...]
US No Safer Than on 9/11 Says DIA Chief 29.7.2014 Outside the Beltway
LTG Michael Flynn says the United States is no safer after 13 years of war
Australia issues arrest warrants over Syria severed head photos 29.7.2014 Chicago Tribune: Nation
Australia has issued arrest warrants for a pair of Australian citizens believed to be fighting in Syria, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported Tuesday, after images emerged of the two holding the severed heads of Syrian ...
Six killed in attack on Pakistan politician's house 29.7.2014 New Kerala: World News
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Sixteen dead in Philippine militant ambush 29.7.2014 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
MANILA : Sixteen people, including children, were killed when Islamic militants opened fire on two vehicles in a remote southern Philippine town on Monday, the military said. Abu Sayyaf gunmen opened fire on the vehicles in Talipao town before dawn in what appeared to be an ambush related to a clan feud, said local marine commander Brigadier-General Martin Pinto. ‘There were civilians as ...
Monkey Cage: What’s behind Libya’s spiraling violence? 28.7.2014 Washington Post: Politics
In a region with no shortage of human catastrophes, Libya seems determined to elbow its way into the headlines. Rival militias are fighting for control of Tripoli’s international airport. In the east, a breakaway faction of the Libyan armed forces led by a retired general, Khalifa Hifter, is shelling Islamist militias in and around Benghazi. Foreign diplomats, businessmen, the U.N. mission and now the U.S. Embassy have ...
Libya's exodus of diplomats is a sign of how desperate things have become 28.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Warring tribes have deadlocked parliament and closed Tripoli's international airport, raising fears it could become a failed state Evacuating diplomats is never a good sign of the health of a country; and so it is with Libya, where fierce fighting between rival miltias has closed the international airport, paralysed life in Benghazi and now triggered a foreign exodus . A massive fire raging at a fuel storage depot near Tripoli symbolises a situation that now looks dangerously out of control. Nearly three years since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi by Nato-backed rebels, the North African country is at another low point. Shoring up the embattled central government to allow it to see off a multitude of competing independent armed groups remains a mammoth task. Parliament has been deadlocked by infighting since the elections in late ...
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Morocco: French al-Qaeda recruiter arrested in Tangiers 28.7.2014 CNN-IBN: World
The worry in Morocco is that many of these trained fighters will one day return to carry out attacks in the kingdom.
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16 killed in Philippines in Islamist militants' attack 28.7.2014 New Kerala: World News
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Fighting in Gaza abates, but truce hopes look fragile 28.7.2014 CNN-IBN: World
The Gaza turmoil has stoked tensions amongst Palestinians in mainly Arab East Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank.
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Militants kill 2 Tunisian soldiers near border 28.7.2014 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
TUNIS : At least 2 Tunisian soldiers were killed on Saturday when Islamist militants attacked a checkpoint in a remote area of Kef region near the Algerian border, the second attack on an outpost in less than two weeks, authorities said. Since April, thousands of Tunisian soldiers have been deployed in the Chaambi region bordering Algeria in an operation to flush out al Qaeda-linked militants. ...
Boko Haram kidnap Cameroon vice PM's wife 27.7.2014 CNN-IBN: World
Islamic Boko Haram militants have abducted the wife of Cameroon's Vice Prime Minister Amadou Ali in an attack Sunday, an official said.
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Ready for negotiations to free abducted girls, says Nigeria 27.7.2014 New Kerala: World News
Abuja, July 27 : Nigeria's Permanent Representative to the UN, Joy Ogwu said the country is open to negotiations in order to secure the release of over 200 schoolgirls who were abducted in April.
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Boko Haram: Ready for negotiations to free abducted girls, says Nigeria 27.7.2014 Hindu: Home
Nigeria’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Joy Ogwu said the country is open to negotiations in order to secure the release of over 200 schoolgirls who were abducted in April. Ms. Ogwu...
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Tunisia Defense Ministry says 2 soldiers killed, 6 wounded in new attack near Algeria border 27.7.2014 Star Tribune: World
Israeli-Palestinian crisis: why this latest conflict cannot be considered a sideshow | Rosemary Hollis 27.7.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
The twists and turns of political animosities, sectarian rivalries and territorial disputes in the Middle East over many decades now include further unravellings of the regional order as new forces take hold. The enduring Israeli-Palestinian conflict must be now be seen within this context Many Palestinians and Israelis foresaw another round of conflict on the Israel-Gaza front this summer. They depict a kind of inevitability to it all, that speaks of a fatalism about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Some Israelis even hold to the view that they can sustain the status quo in both the West Bank and Gaza through a combination of containment and periodic resort to force, while mouthing the rhetoric of a two-state solution sometime in the future. Yet the situation in the region as a whole should give them pause. The regional order that has more or less prevailed for decades is fast unravelling and new forces are emerging that cannot be contained in the way that the Palestinians have been since the 1948 war ...
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Egypt summons Turkish diplomat over prime minister's comments, warns of worsening relations 26.7.2014 Star Tribune: World
Egypt to try 20 suspected militants accused in terrorist attacks against security forces 26.7.2014 Star Tribune: World
25 militants killed in Egypt's Sinai 26.7.2014 New Kerala: World News
Cairo, July 26 : At least 25 militants were killed Saturday during a military raid in Egypt's North Sinai province, an official said.
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