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NATO missile-shield to protect Israel’

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast says the deployment of a missile defense shield in the Middle East is aimed at protecting and supporting Israel. “The main issue regarding this measure is to support and protect the Zionist regime (Israel) against aggressions and crimes …

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Iran equipped with modern weaponry’‎

Iranian Army chief Brig. Gen. Ahmad-Reza Pourdastan Iran’s Army commander says the country is equipped with state-of-the-art weaponry thanks to domestic expertise and due to self-sufficiency. “With independence and self-sufficiency, and reliance on domestic experts, we are equipped with the most advanced military weapons in the world,” Brigadier General Ahmad-Reza …

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Mob in Athens abuses Muslims celebrating Eid

A poster of an extreme right-wing party which reads in Greek “Mosque in Athens: Nowhere and Never” is seen as Muslims attend outdoor prayers at Attiki square, in Athens to mark the festival of Eid-al-Adha, on Tuesday, Nov.16, 2010. – Photo by AP ATHENS: Dozens of far-right activists and local …

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Israeli official, Dubai police chief meet

The head of the Israeli police investigations and Dubai police chief Dahi Khalfan have reportedly met after the latter accused Israel of killing a top Hamas commander. Major General Yoav Segalovich met the Dubai police chief in the annual Interpol General Assembly in Qatar last week, Israeli website Ynetnews reported …

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US will help Yemen but no plans for ‘another war’: Gates

U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates listens to a question during an onstage interview at the 2010 meeting of the Wall Street Journal CEO Council in Washington, November 16, 2010. – Photo by Reuters WASHINGTON: Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Tuesday the United States wanted to help Yemen battle Al-Qaeda’s …

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Committee for judicial appointments completed

The government announced the names of its four members after a meeting between President Zardari and PM Gilani.—APP/File photo ISLAMABAD: After many a hiccup, including petitions filed in the Supreme Court, the eight-member Parliamentary Committee constituted under the 18th Amendment was finally completed on Tuesday when the government announced the …

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