Qaeda blames Obama for Yemen hostage deaths
Al-Qaeda has blamed President Barack Obama for the deaths of a US journalist and a South African during a failed hostage rescue attempt, warning "the lives of all Americans are in danger". Hours after the video was released Thursday, Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, claimed a rocket attack on the "American section" of Al-Anad air base in the southern province of Lahij, according to US-based ...
Ford City girls basketball team gets share of 1st place in section
Ford City?s first season in Class AAA is still going strong. Christina Davis scored with 30 seconds left, and Abbey DiGregorio preserved the victory with ...
Dubai Police takes complaints seriously
Complaints section of the Rights and Freedoms Protection department received more than 650 complaints in 2014
Al Qaeda In Yemen Fire Rockets At US Forces In Retaliation To Luke Somers' Rescue Mission
Al Qaeda?s Yemen affiliate fired rockets at the U.S. section of the country?s largest military air base on Thursday in retaliation for the recent rescue mission to free American hostage Luke Somers, media reports said. The news comes after the group blamed the U.S. for the deaths of Somers and a South African hostage, who were killed in the failed rescue attempt .
Somalia: Al-Shabaab Magazine Attempts to Justify Violent Jihad
[Sabahi]Al-Shabaab supporters volley between local gripes and global issues in the latest edition of their online magazine, but their calls for violent jihad and overthrow of democratic governments are falling on deaf ears, Kenyan religious leaders and security analysts say.
Al Qaeda blames Obama for Yemen hostage deaths
AQAP launches attack on joint U.S.-Yemen base in retaliation for failed rescue raid as terror group's leader says Obama's decisions led to Luke Somers' death
Qatar- Part of Al Rayyan Road to remain closed for two and a half months
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) As part of construction works to develop Al Rayyan Road - Jassim Bin Mohamed Street, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has announced that it will close a 7...
First woman head at Holy Mosques Presidency
Fatimah Al-Rashoud has become the first woman to occupy a leading position at the General Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques, Makkah daily reported.
Woman arrested for attending football match in Saudi Arabia disguised as a man
The female spectator covered her hair in a hat and wore a football scarf as she sat in the away section of the al-Jawhara stadium in Jiddah to watch home side al-Ittihad take on Riyadh's al-Shabab.
Police identify pair in Big Al's Merchandise shoplifting incident
Security footage from Big Al's in Florence shows a man in a wheelchair and his female companion apparently taking goods off the racks and into bags.