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Monday 24 November 2014
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  • Israeli cabinet okays bill declaring Jewish state in law

    Israeli cabinet okays bill declaring Jewish state in law

     In another sign of increasing efforts to Judaize the occupied Palestinian territories, the Israeli cabinet has voted in favor of a controversial motion aimed to anchor what it calls a "Jewish state" in law. Following a stormy cabinet meeting on Sunday, 14 Israeli ministers voted in favor and six against the proposal. The bill will be sent to the Knesset (parliament) to be discussed by legislators for the first time on

  • Israeli forces kill Palestinian man in north Gaza Strip

    Israeli forces kill Palestinian man in north Gaza Strip

     Israeli military forces have shot dead a young Palestinian man north of the besieged Gaza Strip as the Tel Aviv regime’s aggression against Palestinians continues unabated. Palestinian medical sources and witnesses said the 32-year-old Palestinian farmer, identified as Fadil Muhammad Halawah, came under fire from an Israeli army watchtower near his farm east of the Palestinian city of Jabalia, located 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) north

  • Iranian Navy Test-Fires New Home-Made Torpedo

    Iranian Navy Test-Fires New Home-Made Torpedo

     TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari announced that his force has test-fired a newly-developed home-made torpedo successfully. "The torpedo can be fired by submarines, vessels and air defense systems," Sayyari said in a press conference in Tehran on Saturday. Sayyari further stated that the torpedo will be used in action in upcoming navy drills in coming months. Senior Islamic Revolution

  • Syrian Army Regains Zibdin Eastern Ghouta after Withdrawal of Terrorists

    Syrian Army Regains Zibdin Eastern Ghouta after Withdrawal of Terrorists

     TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army regained control over Zibdin town, Eastern Ghouta, after the withdrawal of the terrorist groups. The Syrian army units continued to strike foreign-backed terrorists in many areas across the country, killing numbers of them and wounding others, and destroying their vehicles and weapons, Al-Manar reported.

  • Indian security forces clash with protesters in Kashmir

    Indian security forces clash with protesters in Kashmir

     Scuffles have broken out between Indian security forces and pro-independence protesters in the Indian-administered Kashmir ahead of assembly elections in the disputed Himalayan region. On Saturday, the demonstrators took to the streets in Kashmir’s main city of Srinagar, situated 648 kilometers (403 miles) north of the Indian capital, New Delhi, lighting small fires and pelting Indian soldiers with stones. Indian troopers,

Israeli cabinet okays bill declaring Jewish state in law
Israeli forces kill Palestinian man in north Gaza Strip
Iranian Navy Test-Fires New Home-Made Torpedo
Syrian Army Regains Zibdin Eastern Ghouta after Withdrawal of Terrorists
Indian security forces clash with protesters in Kashmir
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West must accept Iran’s logical, legitimate demands: MP
West must accept Iran’s logical, legitimate demands: MP

 A senior Iranian lawmaker has urged Western countries to abandon excessive demands in nuclear talks with Iran and accept Iran’s rational requests to secure a comprehensive deal ahead of a Monday deadline. “I hope that the West in the …

St. Louis area police union fears more violence in Ferguson
St. Louis area police union fears more violence in Ferguson

 A Missouri state lawmaker and head of the St. Louis area police union fears violence will erupt in the nearby suburb of Ferguson after a grand jury decides on whether to bring charges against a white police officer for fatally shooting a black …

Boko Haram kills 48 fish traders in Nigeria
Boko Haram kills 48 fish traders in Nigeria

 Takfiri Boko Haram militants in Nigeria have killed at least 48 fish vendors in the northeastern Borno State, the country’s Fish Traders Association says. The head of the Fish Traders Association, Abubakar Gamandi, said on Sunday that the …

43 senators sign letter to Obama against Iran nuclear deal
43 senators sign letter to Obama against Iran nuclear deal

A group of 43 Republican senators have sent a scathing letter to US President Barack Obama, expressing “alarm” by the prospect of a nuclear accord with Iran. The senators, led by Mark Kirk and Marco Rubio, told Obama Wednesday that they were …

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Afghan forces kill 30 Taliban militants across country
Afghan forces kill 30 Taliban militants across country

 Afghan security forces have killed 30 Taliban militants and injured three others during separate operations across the country over the past 24 hours. The Afghan Interior Ministry said in a statement issued on Monday that the militants were …

IAEA report based on false information: Iran
IAEA report based on false information: Iran

 A senior Iranian nuclear official says the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) conclusion about Iran’s Marivan site is based on false information. "The information [about Marivan site] is fabricated and unfortunately the agency …

US says carried out 30 more strikes against ISIL
US says carried out 30 more strikes against ISIL

 The United States says it has conducted 30 airstrikes on ISIL Takfiri militants in Syria and Iraq since Wednesday. US Central Command said on Friday that 23 of the strikes were staged in Iraq. In the northern town of Baiji, ISIL’s …

Nearly 300 kids died in Pakistan Thar Desert: Official
Nearly 300 kids died in Pakistan Thar Desert: Official

 Nearly 300 children have died in Pakistan’s southern Thar Desert so far this year, a Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) official says. Taj Haider, a senior official with the PPP with responsibility for the Thar situation, said Wednesday that …

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Interview
US must change attitude in Iran nuclear talks: Larijani

US must change attitude in Iran nuclear talks: Larijani

 Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the US should change its attitude toward the ongoing talks about Iran's nuclear program so that the negotiations could …

‘No nuclear deal by Nov. 24 deadline’

‘No nuclear deal by Nov. 24 deadline’

 As Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany hold final round of nuclear talks in the Austrian capital Vienna, an American …

US waging war against Syria in conjunction with ISIL: Don DeBar

US waging war against Syria in conjunction with ISIL: Don DeBar

 American journalist Don DeBar says the United States is in fact waging a war against the government and people of Syria in conjunction with the ISIL terrorist …

ISIL terrorists are currently on US soil: Tim McClellan

ISIL terrorists are currently on US soil: Tim McClellan

 American political analyst Tim McClellan says that there are some ISIL terrorists in the US who have entered the country through the US-Mexico border. …

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News
US-led coalition seeking to covertly topple Assad: Lavrov
ISIS hostage John Cantlie ‘accepts fate’ in new propaganda video
P5+1 offered no significant proposal in Vienna talks: Zarif
US to send more troops to Iraq without congressional funding
Pakistan slams fresh Indian shelling in disputed Kashmir
Report
Some 10,000 Palestinian kids detained since 2000: PLO
India’s oil imports from Iran rise 60 percent in October
ISIL militants massacred 1,500 Syrians over 5 months: Group
US fight against ISIL to turn: Dempsey
340 killed in Libya’s Benghazi since Oct. 15
Article
Western Media Tarnishing Reputation of Iraq’s Storied Warriors
The choice of the century
Afghanistan Is Better Off Without Occupying Forces
Could GOP Scupper Iran Talks?
How many Muslim countries the US bombed or occupied since 1980?
Interview
Israel continues to colonize Palestine: Analyst
Scott Rickard: Anti-ISIL Coalition Does Not Truly Intend to Defeat the Terrorists
War against ISIL is an issue for both Democrats, Republicans: Madsen
Professor Hall: US Created ISIL to Extend So-Called War on Terror
Unveiling Takfiris' nature, important mission of Muslim activists