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Back to secularism for Iraq? 
Your Middle East - 19 Hours ago
“Maybe the only solution for Iraq and the Iraqis is to become atheists,” said Sameer when I asked him about a way out of the mess Iraq finds itself in.  “Many Iraqis were atheists before,” Sameer continued.     Add Comment

IS 'emir of suicide bombers killed' 
BBC - 19 Hours ago
A senior member of the Islamic State (IS) group has been killed in an American drone strike in Syria last month, according to the US military. It says Tariq al-Harzi was responsible for co-ordinating     Add Comment

Coalition bombing takes out one of group's first foreign fighters 
CNN - 21 Hours ago
Story highlights Tariq al-Harzi was killed by a coalition airstrike in Syria last month, the Pentagon says He was responsible for getting fighters and weapons into Syria and Iraq, official says Al-Harzi     Add Comment

The Islamic State routinely shares gruesome images of those it kills. But governments  
Washington Post - 20 Hours ago
The Islamic State has shown time and time again that it is willing to both document its acts of extreme violence and then share these acts on social media. This tactic appears to serve a dual purpose:
WorldViews: The Islamic State routinely shares gruesome images of those it kills.  Washington Post
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Meet the Person who Inspired Starbucks Patriotic Green Aprons 
Bloomberg - 22 Hours ago
Five minutes before the phone call, Ashley Bomke was pulling shots of espresso at a Starbucks store in Oregon. Five minutes after, she left her job as a barista and would soon become a full-time caregiver     Add Comment

Senior ISIS leader Tariq al-Harzi killed by airstrike 
CNN - 21 Hours ago
Story highlights Tariq al-Harzi was killed by a coalition airstrike in Syria last month, the Pentagon says He was responsible for getting fighters and weapons into Syria and Iraq, official says Al-Harzi
Key ISIS Leader Tariq Al-Harzi Killed In US Airstrike In Syria Fnews.com
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In uphill 2016 bid, Jim Webb brings conservative bent to Democratic field 
Washington Post - 7/3/2015
By , Former Virginia senator Jim Webb announced Thursday that he will run for president, setting himself on an uphill trek for the Democratic nomination with little national name recognition and     Add Comment

U.S., allies target Islamic State in 24 air strikes in Syria, Iraq 
TheStar.com.my - 16 Hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and its allies have conducted 24 air strikes against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria on Thursday, the coalition leading the operations said in a statement on Friday.
US, allies target Islamic State in 24 air strikes in Syria, Iraq Ynet News
US, allies target ISIS in 24 air strikes in Syria, Iraq Jerusalem Post
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>>   Afghanistan
The EU and Afghanistan initial Cooperation Agreement on Partnership and Development 
Bloomberg - 22 Hours ago
The chief negotiators of the European Union and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan have today in Kabul initialled the Cooperation Agreement on Partnership and Development (CAPD), in     Add Comment

UPDATE 1-Afghanistan targets US defence contractors in row over back taxes 
Reuters - 23 Hours ago
* Afghan finance ministry says may refuse to renew licences * Row over back taxes involves U.S. defence contractors * Sums involved run into hundreds of millions of dollars * U.S. government disputes
Afghanistan Targets US Defence Contractors in Row Over Back Taxes NDTV
Afghanistan targets U.S. defence contractors Reuters India
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Taliban Isn’t the Only Challenge for Karachi’s Power Company 
Bloomberg - 7/3/2015
K-Electric Ltd., the Karachi power utility, is under fire from politicians, regulators and even the Taliban after a heatwave last week killed thousands in the city. Temperatures touched 47 degrees     Add Comment

Opinion: The Terrorist Challenge—Understanding and Misunderstanding 
Asharq Al Awsat - 16 Hours ago
Faced with the growing threat of terrorism, Western officials and analysts seem hard put as to how to deal with something they find difficult to understand. British Prime Minister David Cameron has     Add Comment

July 3, 2015 
Asia Times Online - 17 Hours ago
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Motor Vehicles Agreement will connect South Asia’s overland dots Asia Times Online
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Pakistan forces wind up major military campaign against Taliban in Khyber tribal  
Economic Times - 17 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has ended a major military operation in the Khyber tribal area, flushing out the Taliban militants from the volatile region and blocking their entry points on borders with Afghanistan,
Pakistan forces wind up military campaign in Khyber tribal region ZeeNews.com
Pak forces wind up military campaign in tribal region Press Trust of India
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Chances of a war with Russia, China low but growing: US 
Asia Times Online - 19 Hours ago
A Pentagon report released Wednesday warned of a “low but growing” probability that the United States will get drawn into a war with the world’s other major military powers, Russia and China, and predicted
China angered by new U.S. military strategy report Asia Times Online
Pentagon Says Odds Of Clash With Russia, China Rising GlobalSecurity.org
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Russia, China: Iran Nuclear Deal Possible 
Radio Free Europe - 21 Hours ago
Russia and China have said Iran and world powers are close to a nuclear agreement. Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said in Vienna on July 2, "All parties are of the opinion that this
Russia, China Say Iran Nuclear Deal Possible In Coming Days Radio Free Europe
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>>   Iran
New Huntkey Signboards and Road Show in Iran 
Bloomberg - 16 Hours ago
/PRNewswire/ Huntkey Enterprise Group, a global professional power supply provider, together with its local distributor Avang, is expanding in Iran with a number Two new signboards have been set up     Add Comment

Iran nuclear talks in endgame, negotiators push on sticking points 
Reuters Africa - 16 Hours ago
By John Irish and Louis Charbonneau VIENNA (Reuters) - A year and half of nuclear talks between Iran and major powers were creeping towards the finish line on Friday as negotiators wrestled with     Add Comment

Iran steelmakers request import duty hikes, cite cheap China steel 
Reuters UK - 17 Hours ago
* Record China exports pressure over-supplied steel sector * EU, Indonesia, Turkey, India, Mexico impose duties in 2015 By Maytaal Angel LONDON, July 3 (Reuters) - Iranian steelmakers have asked     Add Comment

Diplomats Untangle Snags With Iran Deal in Sight 
Bloomberg - 17 Hours ago
Foreign ministers will reconvene in Vienna on Sunday to try and hammer out on the final sticking points separating six world powers from concluding a nuclear agreement with Iran. With only four days
Diplomats Untangle IAEA, Sanctions Snags With Iran Deal in Sight Washington Post
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Iran hints at way around nuke talks roadblock 
CBS News - 18 Hours ago
VIENNA -- Iran is prepared to allow weapons inspectors some managed access to its military sites, a senior official from Tehran said Thursday, but will not allow "anytime, anywhere" inspections of its     Add Comment

U.N. agency gets a clearer window on Iran's nuclear activity 
Los Angeles Times - 17 Hours ago
With an international nuclear deal with Iran apparently near completion, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog agency said Friday it has made progress in its examination of Tehran’s past nuclear activity,
UN agency gets a clearer window on Iran's nuclear activity Los Angeles Times
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Back to secularism for Iraq? 
Your Middle East - 19 Hours ago
“Maybe the only solution for Iraq and the Iraqis is to become atheists,” said Sameer when I asked him about a way out of the mess Iraq finds itself in.  “Many Iraqis were atheists before,” Sameer continued.     Add Comment

Putin to meet Iran's President Rouhani at SCO summit next week 
CHINAdaily Europe - 18 Hours ago
MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to meet with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani at the forthcoming summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), a Kremlin spokesman     Add Comment
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>>   Pakistan
Image of Asia: Ramadan prayers in Indian Kashmir 
San Francisco Chronicle - 17 Hours ago
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Image of Asia: Ramadan Prayers in Indian Kashmir 
ABC News - 17 Hours ago
In this photo by Dar Yasin, Muslim men offer Friday prayers during the holy month of Ramadan in Srinagar, the capital of Indian Kashmir. The restive region is predominantly Muslim and claimed by both     Add Comment

Pakistan train canal plunge kills 17 
BBC - 19 Hours ago
From the section Asia Four carriages of the train derailed after part of the bridge collapsed At least 17 soldiers have been killed in Pakistan after a train carrying hundreds of army personnel derailed     Add Comment

Pakistan bridge foul play probed 
BBC - 22 Hours ago
Foul play will be investigated after a railway bridge collapsed in Pakistan, killing at least 14 people. The carriages, which were carrying troops and their families, fell into a canal when the crossing     Add Comment

A Story Worth Telling – The Battle Of Tiger Hill, Kargil War, 1999 
Indiatimes - 22 Hours ago
facebook twitter twitter twitter what's up At an elevation of 5,307 meters, Point 4660 or ‘Tiger Hill’ is the dominant feature that stands north of the sleepy town of Dras. Sixteen years ago, it was     Add Comment

India calls Pak's Kashmir bluff 
TimesNow.tv - 23 Hours ago
Please enable the javascript of your browser to see the video.     Pakistan is once again using United Nations to internationalise Kashmir issue and making false accusations     Add Comment

Taliban Isn’t the Only Challenge for Karachi’s Power Company 
Bloomberg - 7/3/2015
K-Electric Ltd., the Karachi power utility, is under fire from politicians, regulators and even the Taliban after a heatwave last week killed thousands in the city. Temperatures touched 47 degrees     Add Comment

VIDEO: Pakistan bridge foul play probed 
BBC - 7/3/2015
Foul play will be investigated after a railway bridge collapsed in Pakistan, killing at least 14 people. The carriages, which were carrying troops and their families, fell into a canal when the crossing     Add Comment
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