29 July 2015 22:04
An Omani delegation is in Tehran for the finalization of the operational plan for transfer of the Iranian gas to the sultanate via a pipeline across the Persian Gulf, a top energy official says.
“Currently, the Iranian adviser for studying (the subsea section of) the pipeline for 200 kilometers from Kuh-e Mubarak to Oman’s Sohar port has been chosen,” head the National...
28 July 2015 13:50
Thousands of people gathered in Istanbul Taksim chanted, "KILLER ISIL, COLLABORATOR AKP," during their protest of Suruc massacre. There were many protests in Istanbul's Sarıgazi, Okmeydanı, Gazi Quarter and Kartal on 20th of July 2015. The sisniter plan that try to divide people failed again by the vigilance, wakefulness of Turkish, Kurdish people. People in the region know very well...
27 July 2015 16:20
At least four allied militants have been injured in shelling by Turkish tanks against a Kurdish-held village in northern Syria as Turkey pushes ahead with its campaign of airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.
"A number of shells fired by Turkish tanks fell on the village of Zur Maghar, which is controlled by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG)," the so-called Syrian...
27 July 2015 14:03
The Deep State in Turkey aim to speed up chaos and an internal war inside Turkey by their ISIL and PKK cards.The dark powers who feel raw about the peace in Turkey have implemented the chaos and war of Syria, Iraq inside Turkey.Terror groups declared that the truce is over following a so-called blitz against ISIL and PKK. Thousands of...
23 July 2015 17:05
Researchers at the UK's University of Birmingham say they have found the world's oldest manuscript of the Quran.
The fragments of the Muslim holy book are believed to date back to nearly 1,400 years. According to a radiocarbon analysis carried out by the University of Oxford, the parchment on which the text is written dates back to the period between 568CE...
23 July 2015 15:34
Research shows the drug solanzumab could slow down Alzheimer's disease with medical experts showing concern at the rising levels of those suffering with the disease.
A new drug is set to be unveiled that could slow down Alzheimer's disease. In the UK, it is thought 225,000 people will develop dementia this year. That is one person every three minutes. Research conducted...
17 July 2015 18:40
Pakistan’s offensive against pro-Taliban militants in the country’s tribal region has sent many running from their homes in affected areas. Our correspondent Hamza Ameer has a report on the hardship experienced by the displaced as the country celebrates Eid-al-Fitr.
17 July 2015 18:24
Muslims in several countries are celebrating Eid al-Fitr, a major religious festival marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
Among the nations that celebrated the major Islamic festivity on Friday were Saudi Arabia, Syria, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Palestine, Qatar, Turkey, Afghanistan, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India, however, are among those nations that have declared Saturday as...
16 July 2015 23:45
A new study on living standards reveals that nearly two-thirds of poor children in Britain live in working families.
The study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies, IFS, an economic think tank, shows there has been no decline in the number of children in absolute poverty since 2009. It says the proportion of such children, has rather, gone up from 54%...
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