Diyarbakir, Turkey: Four Turkish soldiers were killed and eight were injured after their helicopter crashed near Iraq’s border, a military official said.
Aurora, Colorado: President Obama lands in Colorado to meet with families of the victims of Friday’s shooting.
Riyadh: Saudi King and custodian of two Muslim holy mosques, Mecca and Madina, Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz has called for an extraordinary summit of Muslim leaders to be held next month to address risks of “incitement to rebellion” threatening Muslim countries.
Today Egypt has marked 60 years since July revolution, an event of great importance in the history of Egypt that overturned the rule of autocracy to democracy.
Sana’a: The Yemen defense ministry has said that a senior military official survived an assassination attempt on Sunday in the southern province of Hadramaut, media reports say.
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Kabul: Afghan Taliban has strongly condemned the massacre of Muslims in Burma (Myanmar), calling upon the world to immediately take steps to stop the killings.
Gauhati, India: Clashes between Bodo community and Muslim settlers in India have claimed 17 lives so far as the country’s army moved in to stop further violence in Kokrajhar district.
Baghdad: At least 20 people have been killed and 80 others wounded in the car bombs in two towns south of Baghdad and in the Iraqi city of Najaf, police and hospital sources said, in one of the most violent days of the past two weeks.
Beijing: At least 37 people were killed and around two million others affected in the heaviest rains in sixty years that lashed the Chinese capital over the weekend, authorities said on Sunday.