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Don’t take action against Daily Star: Reporters Without Borders

Don’t take action against Daily Star: Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Without Borders has requested the authorities concerned not to take any judicial action against The Daily Star for publishing a photograph of a poster of banned militant organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir. The call came days after the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told the parliament that action will be taken for publishing the poster. The PM...

215 Muslim Brotherhood supporters charged in Egypt

215 Muslim Brotherhood supporters charged in Egypt

Egypt has charged 215 supporters of the banned Muslim Brotherhood with forming a militant group. The country's chief prosecutor accused the group - known as the Helwan Brigades - of killing six policemen and possessing weapons and ammunition. More than half of those charged are already in custody. Thousands of Muslim Brotherhood members have been arrested...

IS 'burns to death 45 in Iraq'

IS 'burns to death 45 in Iraq'

Jihadist militants from Islamic State (IS) have burned to death 45 people in the western Iraqi town of al-Baghdadi, the local police chief says. Exactly who these people were and why they were killed is not clear, but Col Qasim al-Obeidi said he believed some were members of the security forces. IS fighters captured much...

Iraqi father avenges son’s death by killing 7 IS militants

Iraqi father avenges son’s death by killing 7 IS militants

An Iraqi man has shot and killed seven Islamic State militants in an act of revenge for his son who was executed by the terrorist group, Daily Mail reports quoting local media. Basil Ramadan, said to be in his 60s, used an AK-47 to gun down a group of militants at a checkpoint in...

Gunmen attack Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli

Gunmen attack Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli

Militants have attacked a hotel popular with foreigners in Libya's capital, killing three guards and injuring 12 other people, officials say. Several gunmen stormed the Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli and opened fire in the reception area. A car bomb also exploded outside the hotel. Some of the gunmen are still thought to be inside the...

IS sentences musicians to 90 lashes for playing keyboard

IS sentences musicians to 90 lashes for playing keyboard

Islamic State religious police have been filmed beating musicians and destroying their instruments as punishment for playing an 'un-Islamic' keyboard. The men were pictured being hit across the back and legs with a wooden stick in a public square after IS's fanatical Islamic enforcers ruled the electric keyboard was 'offensive to Muslims', reports the...

Massacre at French magazine office

Massacre at French magazine office

Gunmen have attacked the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people and injuring seven, French officials say. At least two masked attackers opened fire with assault rifles in the office and exchanged shots with police in the street outside before escaping by car.

ISIS fighters ‘have contracted Ebola’

ISIS fighters ‘have contracted Ebola’

The World Health Organisation is investigating reports that ISIS militants have been showing up at an Iraqi hospital with Ebola, repots Mail Online. According to three media outlets an undisclosed number of militants displaying signs of the disease attended a hospital in the ISIS-held city of Mosul, 250 miles north of Baghdad. While the reports,...

India outrage over mock 'Muslim' terror drills

India outrage over mock 'Muslim' terror drills

There has been outrage in India after police in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat conducted mock security drills featuring Muslims as "militants". A video of a drill in Surat district showed police taming men wearing long tunics and white skullcaps. Another video shot in the Narmada district had "militants" shouting "Islam Zindabad...

ISIS fighter accidentally tweets secret location

ISIS fighter accidentally tweets secret location

A New Zealand man thought to have been fighting with the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) inadvertently revealed his precise location by posting geotagged tweets, a security researcher revealed. Abu Abdul-Rahman, also known as Mark Taylor, left New Zealand to join the fight with ISIS in May 2012. Soon after, he...

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