JNN 07 Aug 2015 Baghdad : Iraqi warplanes targeted ISIL positions in many areas across the country, leaving nearly 70 terrorists dead. Continue reading
JNN 08 Aug 2015 RIYADH: A blast probably triggered by a suicide bomber killed 15 people on Thursday at a mosque inside a special forces headquarters in Saudi Arabia near the border with Yemen. Continue reading
JNN 24 May 2015 Baghdad : Iraqi security forces and allied militias on Saturday retook control of a small town in east of Anbar provincial capital city of Ramadi after heavy clashes with Islamic State (IS) militants, a provincial security source said. Continue reading
JNN 20 Apr 2015 SRINAGAR, India – Indian police shot dead a 16-year-old boy on Saturday during an anti-India demonstration in Occupied Kashmir as a strike shut down the Himalayan region on a second day of violent clashes.
JNN 07 Apr 2015 Riyadh : Security forces raided houses and arrested several people in the Shiite-majority city of Awamiyah in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, local sources said. Continue reading
JNN 04 Feb 2015 TRIPOLI — Unidentified gunmen on Saturday robbed the Jordanian embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli and kidnapped a security guard, according to a security source. Continue reading
JNN 21 Jan 2015 Baghdad : The Ministry of Defense announced Wednesday, that the security forces have regained control over the entire area of al-Harariyat in Anbar province. Continue reading
JNN 30 Nov 2014 Manama : Regime forces in Bahrain on Tuesday raided the house of the country’s leading Shia figure Ayatollah Sheikh Issa Qassem. Continue reading
JNN 23 Nov 2014 BAGHDAD, — Iraqi security forces attacked two towns held by the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Iraq’s eastern province of Diyala on Sunday, a provincial police official said. Continue reading
JNN 26 June 2014 Beirut : About a dozen people, including three members of security forces, have been injured in a bomb attack at a hotel in the Lebanese capital.
A suicide bomber who blew himself up at a Beirut hotel and his accomplice, who survived the blast, are citizens of Saudi Arabia, Lebanese officials said Thursday.
The bomber detonated his explosives at Beirut’s Duroy Hotel during a security raid on Wednesday evening, and died in the blast. Another man was wounded and was being questioned by security agents at a Beirut hospital.
A security and a judicial official told The Associated Press that a preliminary probe shows the two attackers entered Lebanon with Saudi passports on June 11, and had paid for bookings in two other hotels besides the Duroy.
The two officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not allowed to talk to the media during an ongoing investigation. Security forces are pursuing other suspects and on Thursday, special forces in bullet-proof vests and accompanied by police dogs raided at least one hotel in Beirut.
The two had taken refuge in Duroy Hotel near the Saudi Embassy in the Raouche neighborhood of Beirut when Lebanese security agents raided the hotel after receiving intelligence of their stay there, security sources said.
“This was a pre-emptive strike by General Security,” Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said, adding that the two Saudi nationals “were supposed to carry out an attack in another location.”
Machnouk also said that it was not the first time that security forces have prevented bombers from reaching their targets.
The attack came a day after a car bombing in a southern neighborhood of Beirut killed a security officer and injured at least 20 people.
Lebanon has been suffering from terrorist attacks by al-Qaeda-linked militants as well as random rocket attacks, which are viewed as a spillover of the conflict in Syria.
The Lebanese Red Cross said 11 other people were wounded in the hotel explosion.
It was the third suicide bombing in Lebanon in less than a week and sparked fears of renewed violence in a country that has been deeply affected by the civil war in neighboring Syria.
On Monday, a suicide bomber blew himself up near a checkpoint outside a cafe just after midnight in a primarily Shiite neighborhood where the militant Hezbollah group has a strong presence. The bombing killed one person and wounded 20.
An al-Qaida-linked group, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades, has warned that such attacks will continue as long as Hezbollah takes part in Syria’s civil war alongside President Bashar Assad’s troops.
Syria’s civil war has spilled into neighboring Lebanon on numerous occasions. A series of car bombs have struck Shiite areas across Lebanon, killing dozens of people.
The string of security incidents over the past week has rattled Lebanon, and Beirut in particular, after what had been a calm and stable stretch of several months.
Another bombing in eastern Lebanon last week killed a police officer and wounded several others.
The bombings, coupled with the detention last Friday in Beirut of people accused of being part of alleged Wahabi Terrorist sleeper cells, has given rise to concerns that Lebanon could see a new wave of violence linked to the Syrian conflict.
JNN 26 June 2014 Kabul : Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry says about 100 Taliban Terrorists have been killed in clashes with security forces in the southern province of Helmand.
JNN 05 May 2014 Manama : Al Wefaq National Islamic Society demanded the Bahraini authorities to immediately hand in the corpse of the martyr Abdulazziz Alabbar with a death certificate that mentions the real cause of death.
JNN 27 May 2014 Manama : Bahraini security forces have attacked the funeral of a teenage protester who was shot martyred earlier this week. Continue reading
JNN 21 MaY 2014 MIRANSHAH: Pakistani Jet planes bombed hideouts of Terrorists in North Waziristan early on Wednesday, killing 60 Terrorist , which were Mostly suspected Suicide Bombers and Commanders of the Terrorist Groups and injuring 30 others, Pakistani Media reported. Continue reading
JNN 05 April 2014 Baghdad : Iraqi security forces killed more than 40 Wahabi Terrorists on Thursday in clashes in a town southwest of Baghdad, the interior ministry said in a statement. Continue reading
JNN 01 Mar 2014 Manama : Bahraini police fired teargas and stun grenades at hundreds of protesters throwing stones and petrol bombs in a Shi’ite Muslim village on Friday after the funeral , northern town of al-Daih , of a young man who died in custody, a Reuters witness said. Continue reading
JNN 22 Feb 2014 Riyadh : Saudi regime forces have attacked and killed two anti-government activists at their home in the Qatif governorate of Eastern Province. Continue reading
JNN 12 Jan 2014 Manama : The Bahraini regime has suspended reconciliation talks with Shia opposition leaders amid ongoing protests in the country. Security forces in Bahrain have attacked anti-regime protesters in a village west of the capital, Manama, wounding two people. Continue reading
JNN 15 July 2013 Najaf : Believers & Faithful Waiting by and eyes with eagerness to watch the new mausoleum of Muslim Bin Akeel (A.S), Najaf and Alkufa city received the new mausoleum with enormous, popular and official attendance.
The big ceremony was attended by officials, representatives of holy thresholds and a big crowd of Alkufi people where it launched by reading verses of holy Quran then a speech of secretariat delivered by secretary –general of Alkufa mosque Sayyid Mosa Taqi Al Khulkhally who congratulated to the whole believers the arrival of Safeer’AlHussain ( A.S) new mausoleum to Alkufa city.
Sayyid Al Khulkhally remarked to the specification existed in new mausoleum, also within his speech he thanked Almarjayah, Shiite endowment, the security forces, mass media for its covering efforts and all those who participated in this great event.
The ceremony was concluded by poem by Dr. Muhammad Hussain Asagheer which was delivered on behalf of Dr. Asageer by Dr. Al Alhajyah , in charge of Intellectual and religious affairs of Alawyah holy threshold then a supper meal was delivered over the congratulators.