India claims to have struck Kashmir, Pakistan denies allegations

In a war of words, India has claimed it conducted "surgical strikes" across the de facto borderline in Kashmir, whilst Pakistan denied that any...

North Korea to fire 4 ballistic missiles at US territory

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:10 P.M.) - According to North Korean state media, the Korean People's Army (KPA) are making preparations for the launch of four...

ISIS-inspired Australian who stabbed has been refused bail

Ihsas Khan was charged with committing a terror act and attempted murder over the alleged stabbing of a stranger in a Sydney park on...

Saudi Arabia “gifts” $681m to Malaysia’s Prime Minister

Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak has been cleared of all corruoption and criminal allegations by Malaysia's attorney general. The allegations emerged after the Saudi...

Afghan troops surrounded by the Taliban in key province

U.S. warplanes unleashed three strikes on Friday in Afghanistan's province of Uruzgan, where Afghan security forces remained surrounded by Taliban fighters a day after...

Saudi Prince Mohammed’s religious moderation unlikely to change Asian realities

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may be seeking to revert his kingdom to an unspecified form of moderate Islam but erasing the impact...

Chinese extradition request puts crackdown on Uyghurs in the spotlight

A Chinese demand for the extradition of 11 Uyghurs from Malaysia puts the spotlight on China’s roll-out of one of the world's most intrusive...

ISIS claims responsibility for Jakarta terror attack

Earlier today militants gripped terror on Indonesia's capital, Jakarta. Having a history of terrorist groups calling the worlds most populous Muslim nation home, today...

Indonesian police make further arrests in West Papua protestors

Indonesian police have made more mass arrests on West Papuans who last week protested for self-determination in Jakarta. Over two hundred people were arrested in...

Australian who recruited Islamist to fight in Syria has been jailed

An Australian court has sentenced Hamdi Alqudsi to jail for eight years with a non-parole period of six years for recruiting Islamist's in Australia...
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