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Video shows brutal killing during Turkey's Kobani protest
Video shows brutal killing during Turkey's Kobani protest
Video images show how three victims had been chased down and brutally killed in the recent street clashes in southern Turkey by alleged supporters of the outlawed Kurdish Workers’ Party, or the PKK.
 
Ottoman Istanbul in the 1900's
Ottoman Istanbul in the 1900's
Rare pictures of Ottoman life in Istanbul dating back to the 1900's offer a window into the Islamic Caliphate that was still existent at the time.
 
Ottoman soldiers in al-Quds defence
Ottoman soldiers in al-Quds defence
Jerusalem was occupied by the Britian in December 9, 1917. Ottoman soldiers delicately defend al-Quds. Some of the photos taken of these days :
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Spring brings poetry season to Afghanistan

Afghans welcome in spring with a season of poetry events as they look to revive old traditions.

135 stolen artifacts returned to Egypt from US

Egypt also expects to receive 235 additional artifacts seized earlier in France.

Registan historic Uzbek grand square spans cities

The historic Uzbek grand square of Registan built by Timur consists of three Madrassah: Ulugbek Madrassah (15th century), Sher – Dor Madrassah (17th...

Before Da Vinci Wright brothers it was Abbas ibn Firnas

A thousand years before the Wright brothers, astronomer Abbas ibn Firnas made several attempts to construct a flying machine. In 852 he jumped from the...

Ring with quot for Allah quot inscription found in Viking

Islamic inscription on ancient ring is first proof of its kind in Scandinavia of contact between Muslims and Viking centuries ago, Swedish scientists say.

Experts mystery tomb belongs to 'Don Quixote' author

According to Spanish news agency EFE, the mystery tomb belongs to 'Don Quixote' author, Miguel de Cervantes

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Syrian rebels launch joint operation in Aleppo

Syrian rebels launch joint operation in Aleppo

Anti-Assad fighters claim to control over 60 percent of northern city.

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Agreements on Serbia-Turkey legal cooperation adopted

Agreements on Serbia-Turkey legal cooperation adopted

The Serbian government adopted at Sunday's session a bill on confirming an agreement between Serbia and Turkey on mutual legal assistance in civil and commercial matters

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Niger faces meningitis after Ebola Outbreak

Niger faces meningitis after Ebola Outbreak

The minister noted that, as of April 23, meningitis had caused 129 deaths out of 1,150 cases recorded since December of last year.

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U S Japan to unveil new defense guidelines

U.S., Japan to unveil new defense guidelines

The first update of the U.S.-Japan defense cooperation guidelines since 1997, the revisions will reflect the biggest change in Japanese security policy in decades.

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Quran prints from Proph Muhammad era on display

Quran prints from Proph. Muhammad era on display

Quran prints that were written during the Prophet Muhammads lifetime are now on display at the Berlin State Library

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Oil prices rise above 60 per barrel mark

Oil prices rise above $60 per barrel mark

Oil prices rose above $60 due to Iran's call for oil production cut

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Apple Watch pre-orders sell out in minutes

Apple Watch pre-orders sell out in minutes

Product available for pre-order in nine countries but devices won’t ship for weeks.

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EU approves first new genetically modified crops

EU approves first new genetically modified crops

The European Union has given new authorization for 10 new types of genetically modified crops have been approved for a 10 year use for human consumption and animal feed.

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Four years after uprising Egypt is back to square one

Four years after uprising, Egypt is back to square one

Four years after Egypt's 2011 uprising, raise suffering from unemployment, poor healthcare, electricity shortages

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