'Most satellite channels... deviate the society's morality and culture,' says General Mohammad Reza Naghdi, head of Iran's Basij militia.
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Information emerging suggests Bouhlel concealed his different worlds from each other and may have been following Islamic State guidance to hide his radicalism.
Tunnel uncovered near Pakistan border where security forces have clashed with militants possibly affiliated with Al-Qaida.
If substantially new materials were used to rebuild the Syrian UNESCO world heritage site, many historians would view the monuments as mere replicas.
Around 200,000-300,000 people in rebel-held eastern Aleppo have been cut off from aid since fighting blocked the last supply route on July 7.
Turkey has branded the men, who entered Greece by air and requested political asylum, 'traitors' and 'terrorist elements' and has asked Greece to extradite them.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif extolls document that outlines Tehran's plans to expand its uranium enrichment program after the first 10 years of the nuclear deal.
The loosely organized group was all Brazilian citizens and in contact via internet messaging groups such as WhatsApp and Telegram, but did not know each other personally, justice minister says.
The three-story Abdali Mall is seen as a trailblazer in conserving what resource-poor Jordan lacks most — water and energy. It’s also part of a growing movement to build with local materials.
Erdogan says the state of emergency will enable authorities to move swiftly and effectively to root out supporters of the abortive coup.