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Tawasheeh group from Iran holds programs in Myanmar An Iranian Tawasheeh (religious singing) group performed Tawasheeh programs in Myanmar.
2018/6/13 - 02:00
Israeli 'crime minister' Netanyahu to be quizzed by police Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, who has earned the nickname "crime minister" is to attend a police interrogation session in a high-profile corruption case. For many months now, thousands of Israelis have been holding weekly protests against the premier, urging him to resign.
2018/6/13 - 01:00
Two old Kosovo mosques to be restored The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) will restore two Ottoman mosques — Pristina Carshia Mosque and Gazi Mehmet Pasha's Mosque — in Kosovo.
2018/6/13 - 00:00
Iran, Italy cultural dialogue on countering Islamophobia, extremism The third Cultural Dialogue between Iran and Italy will feature discussion on countering Islamophobia and religious extremism.
2018/6/12 - 23:30
Iran’s Taheri makes documentary on life of Japanese Quran Scholar A documentary directed and produced by Masoud Taheri on the life of the Japanese Islamologist and Quran scholar Toshihiko Izutsu is ready for screening.
2018/6/12 - 22:00
General Soleimani: Lebanon election a referendum that proved support for Hezbollah A senior Iranian IRGC commander described the recent election in Lebanon as a referendum in which the Lebanese people underlined their support for the Hezbollah resistance movement.
2018/6/12 - 21:30
Eastern Homs: ISIL launching offensive against Syrian Army with US back up The US Forces have been providing the ISIL with intelligence and field backup to enable the terrorist group to storm the army positons in Eastern Homs, an Arab media outlet reported on Tuesday.
2018/6/12 - 21:00
Afghan Taliban attack police HQs despite government truce Taliban militants in Afghanistan have launched an attack on a district in southeastern Ghazni Province, killing five police officers on the first day of a ceasefire declared by the government.
2018/6/12 - 20:20
US curbs asylum for immigrant victims of violence and abuse The Trump administration will stop granting asylum to victims of gang violence and domestic abuse as it believes they generally do not qualify for asylum under federal law.
2018/6/12 - 19:00
Monitor: Syria repels Daesh attempt to seize key border town near Iraq Following days of intense fighting, Syrian government forces have thwarted an attempt by Daesh remnants to seize a strategic town near the Iraqi border, clearing all its neighborhoods of Takfiri terrorists.
2018/6/12 - 17:00
Bahrain king signs off on law banning opposition figures from running in elections Bahrain's king has signed into law a contentious bill recently adopted by the parliament, which bans figures of dissolved opposition parties and organizations from running in parliamentary elections.
2018/6/12 - 15:05
Diner brings Calgary's Muslim community together in Ramadan to feast On Friday nights during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, a local retro-style diner in Calgary, the Canadian province of Alberta, keeps its doors open until the early hours of the morning for the community to come together and break the fast.
2018/6/11 - 23:30

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