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Iran: Iranian role in bloodshed in Iraq, Iranian Govt  does not dined its role:

Tehran: Everybody know that it is Tehran who is behind the bloodshed in Iraq, which resulted the current fighting and creation of First Islamic State in Middle East after century.

Thousands Iranian regular army is fighting in Iraq with the fighters of Muslim Group ISIS, in an effort to stop the creation of Islamic rule in country.

The following statement by Iranian intelligence minister does not denied the role of Iranian military in fighting in Iraq.

"Talking to reporters in Teheran, Iranian Intelligence Minister Syed Mahmoud Alawi said the enemies of the Iraqi Nation cannot disrupt the Muslim countries' unity through their policies.

He, however, said Iran is a friend and brother country of Iraq and cannot be indifferent towards the country's problems."

Iran is the largest Shia country in World which tried its best to stop the implementation Quranic laws in Islamic world from Pakistani to Iraq, as these laws ensure the cheap and smoothly justice without any cost and penalize the criminals without any favour.

Published on 30th June, 2014


Saudi Arabia: How stop the Jihadis, Saudi King and USA discuss

Riyadh:  US Secretary of State John Kerry held a meeting with Saudi King Abdullah in Jeddah and discussed ways to resolve the crisis in Iraq.

According to the US Embassy in Riyadh, Kerry briefed the King on his trip to Iraq. They also discussed the ongoing civil war in Syria.

All Islamic fighters in world called Saudi King and Royal as partners of Anti Islamic Forces and do not like them any more. Next battle field in Middle East is being considered Saudi Kingdom as Saudi Govt finances all wars against Islamists in World, one Jihadi told the dawnpost.com  as well as deep study of Jihadi media shows.

Published on 30th June, 2014


15 killed in India gas pipeline explosion

Dehli: In the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh, 15 people were killed and 30 injured in a blast at a gas pipeline.

After the blast, a massive fire broke out on a stretch of pipeline running through the village of Nagaram, engulfing buildings and burning victims to death.

Several houses and shops were also reduced to ashes.

Published on 30th June, 2014



Ukraine President Calls on Russia to Show Commitment to Peace

Europe: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on Russia Thursday to support his peace plan for eastern Ukraine with “actions, not words," accusing Moscow of "aggression."

Speaking before the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France, Poroshenko, who has put forward a plan to resolve the conflict between Kyiv and pro-Russian separatists, called on President Vladimir Putin, who has said he backs the plan, to support it with “actions, not words.”

President Poroshenko accused Russia of waging an “undeclared war” against Ukraine by backing and arming the separatists, calling it an “aggressor” which has destroyed regional stability.

He also said that unless Russia returns Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula it annexed from Ukraine in March, normalization of bilateral relations is “impossible.”

Published on 26th June, 2014


 Germany: US Spy, German Government Cancels Verizon Contract

Berlin: The German government has cancelled a contract with U.S. telecom firm Verizon Communications Inc as part of an overhaul of its internal communications prompted by the row over United States government spying.

Reports last October based on disclosures by former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden that Washington had conducted mass surveillance in Germany.

Berlin subsequently demanded talks with Washington on a “no-spy” deal, but these collapsed after the United States appeared unwilling to give the assurances Germany wanted.

“The pressures on networks as well as the risks from highly-developed viruses or Trojans are rising,” Germany's Interior Ministry said in a statement on Thursday.

“Furthermore, the ties revealed between foreign intelligence agencies and firms in the wake of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) affair, show that the German government needs a very high level of security for its critical networks.”

The government said Deutsche Telekom AG would replace services provided by Verizon, and noted the German company was already responsible for the most sensitive communications between ministries or between the government and German intelligence agencies.

According to reports and documents published last year, Verizon was obliged by U.S. intelligence to turn over international and domestic calling records of its customers. Verizon is the second-biggest U.S. telephone company behind AT&T Inc in terms of revenue.


Published on 26th June, 2014


NATO to Strengthen Ties With Georgia, Not Offer Full Membership

NATO members, wary of antagonizing Russia, will propose closer ties with Georgia but stop short of granting full membership to the one-time Soviet republic, the alliance's top official said Wednesday.

 Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the alliance instead will offer Tbilisi a "substantive package" of support, without giving details, when NATO meets in September in Cardiff, Wales.

"This is a summit decision, but we have agreement in principle that we will develop a substantive package for Georgia that will help it come closer to NATO. We will work out the elements in the coming weeks," Rasmussen said.

NATO leaders agreed in 2008 to support Georgia's NATO membership bid at some point after it fought a brief war with Russia. But now Western nations are locked in a contentious standoff with Moscow over its annexation of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula and involvement in eastern Ukraine.

That has given NATO pause in whether to grant Georgia full membership.

Published on 26th June, 2014

UK: Chinese PM visits Downing Street for the annual UK-China summit.

London:
The Prime Minister of UK, Premier Li and Chancellor met the heads of international financial institutions this afternoon as part of the UK China Summit. They discussed the challenges facing the global economy with Christine Lagarde (IMF), Jim Kim (World Bank), Angel Gurria (OECD) and Mark Carney (in his role as Financial Stability Board chairman).

The Prime Minister highlighted the importance of promoting global free trade and the benefits of transparency. They also discussed constraints on growth and how to use the private sector to boost global investment

Published on 26th June, 2014


District installation, police headquarters come under attack


Afghanistan:
KUNAR, June 26 – The Islamic Emirate’ Mujahideen  early Thursday conducted a full-scale attack on the enemy installations in Dankam district of Kunar province. Mujahideen attacked the district building and police headquarters, killing a spy agent and wounding several dozen of the police and soldiers of ANA

Published on 26th June, 2014

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