Monthly Archives: June 2015

Greek banks were closed on Monday to prevent the financial system of the country from being collapsing into panic states. Account holders faces strictly limited withdrawals from ATMs. Furthermore, the trading of the Greek stocks and bonds also stopped. Greece faced the default rapidly, and withdraw from the eurozone were announced on Sunday. The European leader confronts the worst moment in ...

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A car bomb has exploded in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa

A car bomb has exploded in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, causing an unknown number of casualties . There are conflicting reports over who was the target of the attack . It seemed it was targeting the homes of several Shia Houthi rebel leaders, but Reuters reports that a group of mourners were hit, wounding 28 people. Shia Houthi rebel fighters ...

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Egypt’s top public prosecutor has been killed

Egypt’s top public prosecutor has been killed in a powerful bombing that hit his convoy in Cairo following jihadist calls for attacks on the judiciary to avenge a crackdown on Islamists. The health ministry and senior officials including justice minister Ahmed al-Zind said that Hisham Barakat died in hospital several hours after the Monday morning bombing in the upscale district ...

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US will restart aid to the military help in Bahrain

The United States said that they will restart aid to the military help in Bahrain. When Persian Gulf countries established mass Shiah-led protests, the security help was withheld after 2011. However, spokesman for the US State department, John Kirby said that Bahrain had advanced about human rights including the release of the political offense. Bahrain has flown airstrike missions over ...

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Egypt’s top public prosecutor killed in a powerful bombing in Cairo

Egypt’s top public prosecutor has been killed in a powerful bombing that hit his convoy in Cairo following jihadist calls for attacks on the judiciary to avenge a crackdown on Islamists. The health ministry and senior officials including justice minister Ahmed al-Zind said that Hisham Barakat died in hospital several hours after the Monday morning bombing in the upscale district ...

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Car bomb has exploded in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa

A car bomb has exploded in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, causing an unknown number of casualties, officials say. There are conflicting reports over who was the target of the attack. AP says it was targeting the homes of several Shia Houthi rebel leaders, but Reuters reports that a group of mourners were hit, wounding 28 people. Shia Houthi rebel ...

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Heavy fighting in S.Sudan oil state

South Sudan troops and rebels are fighting heavy battles close to vital oil production zones in the northeastern battleground state of Upper Nile. Two mortar bombs hit the UN base in Melut, killing four civilians including a child, who were among more than 1,500 people sheltering there, the UN said. Eight others were wounded. Melut lies some 35 kilometres (20 ...

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Sudan says students with Western passports on way to Syria

Twelve Sudanese medical students, most carrying Western passports, are believed to have traveled to Turkey with the intention of crossing into Syria to join Islamist militant groups, the university’s dean of students said Sunday. If confirmed by authorities, the group would be the second of its kind from Khartoum’s University of Medical Sciences and Technology (UMST), founded by a Sudanese ...

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Fierce clashes rage in Hassakeh

The Syrian government has rushed reinforcements to the northeastern city of Hassakeh to stave off an attack by ISIS militants, who used a truck bomb Sunday in a failed attempt to stem the government advance. Anti-regime activists and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights activist group said regime forces appeared to be gaining against the campaign by ISIS militants to ...

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Saudi soldier killed in shelling near Yemeni border

A Saudi soldier was killed and another wounded by shelling from forces loyal to former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh and Houthi rebels near the Yemen border. The shelling Saturday morning was directed at security guards in the southwestern Saudi border area of Jizan, according to a statement by the Interior Ministry on SPA. An Arab military coalition led by ...

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