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A suicide bomber drove a vehicle into a Shi’a mosque in northern Iraq during Friday prayers. The detonation killed five worshipers and injured over 70, according to Reuters. This attack comes after Shia’s were targeted in a Wednesday attack that killed an estimated 12 worshipers. The sectarian targeting threatens the power-sharing government consisting of Shi’a, …
IRNA claimed the abducted are pilgrims visiting the Shi’a shrine of Sayyida Zainab
Despite tension over regional issues, the two countries take a remarkable diplomatic step
The Syrian uprising is causing a ripple of effects felt across the region by the beleaguered country’s neighbours and beyond.
Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry Report: the country is more stable, despite ‘nightly’ confrontations with police
Eleven people have already been killed in violence in Qatif since November
Amid US Congress hearings on Bahrain, protesters face more violence despite an order from the Bahrain crown prince to security forces to use restraint
Saudi authorities release Nazir Al-Majid, a year after detaining him
Coordinated attacks punctuate a period of pilgrimage in Iraq, increasing instability in the summer months.
By Reem Khalifa MANAMA, Bahrain: Mobs with iron rods and sticks ransacked a supermarket belonging to a major Shia-owned business group Wednesday, a company official said, as part of a spike in violence in the Gulf nation in retaliation for a bomb attack on police. The attack appeared linked to a wave of reprisals and intimidation …