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Alleged anti-Islam filmmaker back in court, new name


The alleged filmmaker behind the video that sparked violent protests across the Muslim world is due to appear in court again on Wednesday in a separate case, officials said.

They gave an amended name

40 killed, 90 wounded in Aleppo blasts


At least 40 people were killed and 90 wounded, most of them soldiers, when three car bombs struck the heart of Syria's second city Aleppo on Wednesday, a monitoring group said.

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String of cases on Telangana march leaders


Reacting quickly after Sunday’s violence, the Hyderabad police on Monday registered around 30 FIRs against protesters who took part in the Telangana march, including organiser Prof. Kodandaram, for vi

Hyderabad cops suspect role of 'Maoists' in fomenting trouble


Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma on Sunday said the role of 'Left-wing extremists' is being suspected in stirring up the violence resulting in massive damage to properties and arson as the activists

No problem is resolved by violence: Pranab Mukherjee


On his first visit to Kashmir as President, Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday said no problem was ever resolved by violence and the healing process must be nurtured with love, compassion and patience wh

11 dead as Libyans rebel against Benghazi militias


Libyan authorities retook control on Saturday of the headquarters and bases of militias in Benghazi after armed protesters attacked them overnight in violence that killed at least 11 people and wounde

Pak mob sets church ablaze in anti-Islam film protest

A mob of hundreds of Muslim men attacked and burnt an 82-year-old church and an adjoining school in northwest Pakistan during a protest against an anti-Islam film, sparking concerns among the minority

Libyan protesters eject militants from Benghazi base


At least three people died and 20 were wounded when armed demonstrators protesting against militias clashed with a government unit of ex-rebels, the al-Hawari hospital said early Saturday.

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Many killed as Pakistan protest anti-Islam film


At least 13 people died in Pakistan during violent protests on Friday condemning a US-made film insulting Islam, officials said.

Five people were killed in Karachi, the country's largest city, and fo

14 killed in Somali double suicide attack

Double suicide bombers killed at least 14 people and wounded around 20 others on Thursday when they blew themselves up at a restaurant in the centre of Somalia's capital Mogadishu, officials said.


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