Muslim women, children killed by Christian terrorists in C.Africa


Young Muslim boy injured by a Christian Vigilante in Central Africa bJNN 08 Dec 2013 Bangui (Central African Republic) – Christian Vigilantes hacked 12 civilians to death north of Bangui as communal tensions rose ahead of a UN vote authorising force to stop the Central African Republic’s descent into chaos. Continue reading

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Russia warns US, North Korea muscle-flexing slipping into ‘vicious cycle’


North Korea Military ParadeJNN 30 Mar 2013 Moscow : With North Korea placing its ballistic arsenal on high alert targeting American bases and the US tenaciously increasing military presence in the region, the whole situation risks “spiraling out of control” soon, warned Russia’s foreign minister. Continue reading

North Korea Threatens of Preemptive Nuclear Strike against US, All agreements of Non Aggression Cancelled with South ,“ Ready for all Out War ”


North Korea Ready of Nuclear War with USJNN 8 Mar 2013 Pyongyang : North Korea has vowed to launch a ‘preemptive’ nuclear strike against the US to defend itself in the event that Washington ignites a nuclear war.it has also Cancelled all agreements on non-aggression reached between the North and the South. And Pyongyang says they are ready for an “all-out war” Continue reading

Syrian Army Drives out Terrorist from Several Areas , who were engaged in destroying religious Sites


Syrian Army drives out TerroristJNN 25 Jan 2013 Damascus : The Syrian Army has managed to drive foreign-backed militants out of different locations in Syria , these foreign Terrorist are engaged in destroying and Looting Religious sites. Continue reading

Syrian army, rebels voice Acceptance of ceasefire during Eid Ul Azha holiday amid rejection from extremists


JNN  25 Oct 2012 DAMASCUS :  The Syrian army and the armed rebels on Thursday voiced commitment to the internationally-backed cease-fire during the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha amid rejection from the extremist groups currently operative on ground. Continue reading

Pakistani Newspapers Propagating Talibanization , Banned in Afghanistan


JNN 24 Sept 2012 KABUL — Afghanistan has moved to block the entry of all newspapers from Pakistan, saying they serve Taliban militants. Afghanistan banned all Pakistani newspapers from entering the country on Friday in an attempt to block the Taliban from influencing public opinion via the press. Continue reading

Russia Warns West & Arab Nations against Arming Syrian Rebels – Whle Syrian forces Begun With drawl from Calm Cities


JNN 04 April 2012 Damascus  — Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned Western and Arab nations against arming foreign-backed opposition groups in Syria, saying this will lead to “slaughter for many years”. Continue reading

Even after 100Days Nato Air Strikes Gaddafi still in Power & Strong , and still revives his offer of Election to end the crisis


JNN 27 June 2011 : In March, Benghazi, Libya’s second city, seemed close to annihilation at the hands of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. He had promised to exact retribution from his citizens for their temerity in seeking freedom from his 40-year dictatorship. Influenced by the memory of Kosovo and backed by the Arab League, the United Nations Security Council passed resolution 1973. It authorized the imposition of a no-fly zone in Libya. It also instructed that “all necessary measures” should be taken to protect civilians under threat of attack.  Continue reading

Libya and Yemen Interference may take US in direct War with Russia & China


JNN 28 April 2011 : The US is at the risk of a war with Russia and China as its main objective behind engineering the Libyan war and Syrian unrest is to remove the two world powers out of the Mediterranean, a former US official warns. Continue reading

US and West Plays Double Standard in the Conflicts of Libya and Bahrain


JNN 14 April 2011 :Italy has called on the international community to arm Libyan revolutionaries in efforts to aid their fight against the country’s embattled ruler Muammar Gaddafi. While the Ale Saud’s and Al Khalifa’s are committing the most Henious crimes of torturing , Killing the Unarmed Protesters and Abducting Young Men as Young as Teenagers and Women and the West has kept Silence over the Injustice of the Persian Gulf Monarchies. Continue reading

Count down Started for the end of Muamar Qadafi's Murderous Rule of Libya


JNN 22 Feb 2011 : African mercenaries are being used by Libya to crush protests, prompting some army troops to switch sides to the opposition, Libya’s ambassador to India, who resigned in the wake of the crackdown, said on Tuesday. Continue reading

Count down Started for the end of Muamar Qadafi’s Murderous Rule of Libya


JNN 22 Feb 2011 : African mercenaries are being used by Libya to crush protests, prompting some army troops to switch sides to the opposition, Libya’s ambassador to India, who resigned in the wake of the crackdown, said on Tuesday. Continue reading

Iran’s EU exports up despite sanctions


 

JNN 02 Jan 2011 : Iran’s exports to EU member states rose by 55 percent during the country’s fourth five-year development plan (2005-2010), the Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) of Iran has said.

The value of Iran’s exports to EU states reaches from $1.3 billion in the year 1384 (21 March 2005-20 March 2006) to $2.13 in the year 1388, which ended on March 21, 2010, IRNA quoted Reza Tofiqi, an official for the TPO international affairs as saying on Saturday.

He added that the volume of Iran’s non-oil exports to EU states showed a 49 percent increase over the same period.

“Iran’s non-oil exports to the European Union revealed an eight percent boost during the first seven months of the current Iranian calendar year of 1389 (started on March 21, 2010),” the TPO official said.

The UN Security Council imposed a fourth round of US-engineered sanctions resolution on Iran over Western allegations that Tehran is developing a military nuclear program.

Iranian officials refute such allegations and stress that as a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency and a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the country has a legitimate right to pursue peaceful nuclear technology.

 

Iran's EU exports up despite sanctions


 

JNN 02 Jan 2011 : Iran’s exports to EU member states rose by 55 percent during the country’s fourth five-year development plan (2005-2010), the Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) of Iran has said.

The value of Iran’s exports to EU states reaches from $1.3 billion in the year 1384 (21 March 2005-20 March 2006) to $2.13 in the year 1388, which ended on March 21, 2010, IRNA quoted Reza Tofiqi, an official for the TPO international affairs as saying on Saturday.

He added that the volume of Iran’s non-oil exports to EU states showed a 49 percent increase over the same period.

“Iran’s non-oil exports to the European Union revealed an eight percent boost during the first seven months of the current Iranian calendar year of 1389 (started on March 21, 2010),” the TPO official said.

The UN Security Council imposed a fourth round of US-engineered sanctions resolution on Iran over Western allegations that Tehran is developing a military nuclear program.

Iranian officials refute such allegations and stress that as a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency and a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the country has a legitimate right to pursue peaceful nuclear technology.