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05 JAN 2015 - Executed for the world to see, ISIS release footage of brave Iraqi police officers who infiltrated the Islamist group but were caught aiding coalition air strikes

Islamic State have released photos from one of their forthcoming videos showing the execution of eight Iraqi police officers, who are accused of informing on Islamic State for the Iraqi government ...


 

05 JAN 2015 - Is the Saudi Succession Near?

The hospitalization of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz in late December raises the possibility that Saudi Arabia will have a new king in 2015. The succession ...


 

05 JAN 2015 - US And Iran Clinch Tentative Deal In Nuclear Talks: Iran Advised To Export Fissile Material to Russia

The nuclear talks between Iran and the United States have reportedly clinched a primary deal. The new formula is expected
The nuclear talks between Iran and the United States have reportedly clinched a primary deal. The new formula is expected to reduce Tehran's ability to make nuclear a...


 

05 JAN 2015 - Al Qaida threatens to use 'undetectable' bombs against U.S.

In the latest issue of the terror group’s Inspire electronic magazine, an individual called the AQ Chef was quoted as saying they developed a bomb in 2009, but “the brothers in the external operation committee did not give us the green ...


 

09 OCT 2014 - Khamenei issues 'red lines' ahead of nuclear talks

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reiterated on Wednesday his country's "red lines" in negotiations with world powers over its controversial nuclear program due to resume next week in Vienna ...


 

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