Ahmad Ghulami was killed by 'takfiri terrorists,' Iranian news reports, a label used by Shi'ite Muslims to describe Sunni Muslim militants.
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The Army of Islam did not link the reassignment of its spokesman to the interview with Elizabeth Tsurkov of the Forum for Regional Thinking, but Tsurkov believes there is a connection.
Critics say the law will institutionalize constraints to the building of churches in Egypt, where Christian officials are forced to navigate labyrinthine bureaucracy to erect new ones.
Rebel commander in northern Syria characterizes the truce as a 'pause,' adding that military operations would resume soon.
Since the abortive coup, some 35,000 people have been detained for questioning and over 17,000 of them have been formally arrested, including soldiers, police and judges.
Washington says Turkey's offensive undermines the fight against ISIS; Ankara says it won't take orders from anyone on how to protect the nation.
Iranian news agency Fars says S-300 defense systems stationed in Fordo uranium enrichment facility.
Claiming that al-Obeidi's firing was 'a political issue and not a military one,' the Ministry of Defense spokesman said that it will not interrupt the operation.
King Abdullah vows to maintain status quo at the holy compound, criticizes Israeli policies in Jerusalem.
The Islamic State is currently being defeated by modest forces, showing the errors made by the West, Russia and even Iran when in 2014 they didn’t launch a major offensive.