Voice of the Caliphate, IS launches radio station in Afghanistan

Islamic State (IS) group have launched an anti-government radio Voice of the Caliphate station in Afghanistan to promote IS and attract new recruits, Afghan media reported.

Malala asks world leaders to save Rohingya Muslims

The 17-year-old said Rohingya Muslims "deserve to be treated like we all deserve to be treated – with dignity and respect. Today and every day."

Imran meets Modi in New Delhi, invites him to Pakistan

Vikas Swarup, spokesman of Indian Ministry of External Affairs, said on Twitter that the meeting took place on the Imran Khan's request.

Paris attacks; Eight terrorists dead after killing at least 150 people at six places

French President Francois Hollande declares a state of emergency across the country after simultaneous attacks in Paris.

ISIS financed from 40 countries, including G20 members; Putin

"I’ve shown our colleagues photos taken from space and from aircraft which clearly demonstrate the scale of the illegal trade in oil and petroleum products."
Juan Manuel Santos

Colombian President ‘Santos’ wins Nobel Peace prize 2016 for his efforts to end civil...

The Nobel committee in Norway praised Juan Manuel Santos for his peace agreement with Farc rebels, signed last month after four years of negotiations.
Turkish Army

194 reported killed after Turkish military coup failed

Fighting continued into the early morning, with the sounds of huge blasts echoing across Istanbul and the capital, Ankara, including at least one bomb that hit the parliament complex.

Saudi led strikes on Yemen killed 39 civilians

At least 39 civilians have been killed so far in the Saudi-led Operation Decisive Storm against the Houthis, officials at the rebel-controlled health ministry in the capital said.

Mullah Mansour is alive; Taliban release his audio message

"I am alive. I’ve never had a fight with anyone, no meeting was held and I have not been to Kuchlak (in Pakistan) in years," Mullah Mansour

Terrorist attacks kill 37 in Tunisia and 25 in Kuwait

Gunmen attacked two hotels in Tunisia by and a Shia mosque was targeted by a suicide bomber in Kuwait, killed at 62 in both Kuwait and Tunisia.
Kabul Attack

Taliban explosion rocks Kabul, at least 95 killed, 163 wounded

An explosive-laden ambulance was detonated between two checkpoints outside the old Ministry of Interior building in Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Saturday.

Iranian ‘Guards’ conduct ballistic missile test

The test happened two months after the United States sanctioned businesses and individuals linked to Iran’s missile programme over a test of the medium-range Emad missile carried out in October 2015.

Robert Mugabe proposes to Barack Obama

After the legalisation of gay marriage in the US, Mugabe sarcastically said he’d ask Obama to marry him.
Kabul Blast

Twin blasts on Hazara community kill 80, injure over 230 in Kabul

The bombings, apparently aimed at sowing sectarian discord in a country well known for Shia-Sunni harmony, came as thousands of Hazaras gathered to protest over a multi-million-dollar power line.

Mark Zuckerberg’s daughter welcomed with $45 billion surprise

The parents plan to give 99 percent of their Facebook fortune to charity over the course of their lives via a new foundation, Zuckerberg announced in a letter embedded in a post commemorating the birth of the couple's first child.