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Destruction of Mosul’s shrines sparks first signs of resistance against Islamic  
Washington Post - 5 Hours ago
By , BAGHDAD – As al-Qaeda-inspired militants have reduced Mosul’s ancient religious shrines to rubble in recent weeks, their support has also crumbled, with popular outrage producing the first signs
Destruction of Mosul's shrines sparks first signs of resistance against Islamic  AllVoices
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Crude falls under $100, set for monthly dip 
CNBC - 5 Hours ago
U.S. crude oil futures fell under $100 in early Thursday trade, putting the contract on course for its steepest monthly slide in nine months, as concerns over weak demand rose while fears over supply     Add Comment

America needs a conservative internationalist as president 
Washington Post - 4 Hours ago
By , With metronomic regularity, there is a choreographed minuet of carnage. Israel is attacked. Israel defends itself. Perfunctory affirmations of Israel’s right of self-defense are quickly followed     Add Comment

Opinion: ISIS violations are an Islamic responsibility 
Asharq Al Awsat - 5 Hours ago
This year’s International Religious Freedom Report was prepared by the US government prior to the tragedy in Mosul, where Christians were forced to flee their homes. However, the report stated that 2013     Add Comment

That strange feeling of utter powerlessness 
San Francisco Chronicle - 5 Hours ago
So deal with this: Iraq does not exist anymore. Sure, there's a country called Iraq, and its leader is the same guy, Nouri al-Maliki , and it still has U.S. support, but it's not the same country. The     Add Comment

CROWLEY: The real ‘Pottery Barn’ president 
Washington Times - 4 Hours ago
Enlarge Photo “You break it, you own it.” That was the famous warning of then-Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to President George W. Bush during the debate leading up to the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
CROWLEY: The real Pottery Barn president Washington Times
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Boy, 3, Dies After Being Trapped in Hot Car: LAPD 
PR Web via Yahoo! - 2 Hours ago
A 3-year-old boy climbed into a hot vehicle, got trapped, went into cardiac arrest and died Wednesday, police said. Tim Lynn reports from Sky5 above Sylmar for the KTLA 5 News at 6 on July 30, 2014.     Add Comment

US brackets UP with Syria, Iraq 
Times of India - 4 Hours ago
LUCKNOW: A United States report on the status of religious freedom in countries across the globe has slammed the Uttar Pradesh government for choosing "not to combat discrimination on the basis of religion     Add Comment
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>>   Afghanistan
Cashless: Can Afghans Afford to Fight Taliban After U.S. Leaves? 
NBCNews.com - 4 Hours ago
The Afghan government would need all of its current domestic revenue to pay for an army capable of fending off the Taliban once the U.S. completes its military withdrawal at the end of 2016, a government
Can Afghans Afford to Fight Taliban After U.S. Leaves? NBCNews.com
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Four Women’s Stories at a Time of Turmoil 
Asharq Al Awsat - 5 Hours ago
Over the past four decades, many Muslim-majority countries have suffered from conflict, revolution, war and terror while trying to face the challenge of finding their proper place in a modern world they     Add Comment

Kerry urges Afghan presidential hopefuls to cooperate 
Washington Post - 5 Hours ago
By , Secretary of State John F. Kerry appealed to both candidates in Afghanistan’s disputed presidential election to translate the broad power-sharing agreement they reached with him early this month     Add Comment

Pak troops foil cross-border attack; 6 die 
Arab News - 3 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani security forces in a troubled northwestern tribal region foiled an overnight cross-border attack from Afghanistan, killing six militants, two military officials said Wednesday. The     Add Comment

Watchdog: U.S. may be funding Afghan terrorists through dubious business ties 
Washington Times - 4 Hours ago
The U.S. could be funding the very terrorists in Afghanistan it is fighting because of an Army oversight process that’s so bad it’s not weeding out businesses connected to insurgents, a top watchdog warned     Add Comment

U.S. may be funding Afghan terrorists through dubious business ties, watchdog warns 
Washington Times - 4 Hours ago
The U.S. could be funding the very terrorists in Afghanistan it is fighting because of an Army oversight process that’s so bad it’s not weeding out businesses connected to insurgents, a top watchdog warned     Add Comment

Col Richard Kemp: Britain’s Abstention in UNHRC Vote an Act of Cowardice; Jewish  
Algemeiner.com - 4 Hours ago
Retired Colonel Richard Kemp, former commander of British Forces in Afghanistan. Having just returned from another tour of Sderot and discussions with Israeli soldiers at the staging area near Gaza,     Add Comment

Afghanistan: state of insecurity 
AllVoices - 3 Hours ago
July 2014 A revived Taliban insurgency and alarming military revelations cast a new shadow over United States strategy in Afghanistan. A cousin of Afghanistan's president, Hamid Karzai [Unlink], was hosting     Add Comment
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>>   Iran
Country Web domains can't be seized 
MSN Philippines - 5 Hours ago
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Editorial: Sanctions Won't Fix Weak U.S. Leadership 
Investor's Business Daily - 5 Hours ago
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov press a red button symbolizing their intention to "reset" U.S.-Russian...  View Enlarged Image Geopolitics: Though tardy,     Add Comment

Four Women’s Stories at a Time of Turmoil 
Asharq Al Awsat - 5 Hours ago
Over the past four decades, many Muslim-majority countries have suffered from conflict, revolution, war and terror while trying to face the challenge of finding their proper place in a modern world they     Add Comment

Report Summarizes Biomedicine and Biomedical Engineering Study Findings from Catalan  
HispanicBusiness.com - 4 Hours ago
Report Summarizes Biomedicine and Biomedical Engineering Study Findings from Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA) (Automated cardiac sarcomere analysis from second harmonic generation
Findings on Biomedicine and Biomedical Engineering Discussed by G.E. Carver and  HispanicBusiness.com
MEDICAL SCIENCES : New Biomedicine and Biomedical Engineering Study Findings Recently  4 Traders
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U.S. And Russia Still Have Some Common Ground 
St. Petersburg Times Russia - 5 Hours ago
Thursday, July 31 Develop your leadership abilities during a lecture by famous Russian author and coach Radislav Gandapas . The event starts at 9 a.m. at 5 Lodeinopolskaya Ulitsa. The price for entry     Add Comment

West's Sanctions Playbook Faces Challenge With... 
Nasdaq - 5 Hours ago
The U.S. and Europe made good this week on their threats to start penalizing broader sections of Russia's economy in a bid to force President Vladimir Putin to end his support for separatist rebels in
West's Sanctions Playbook Faces Challenge With Russia Over... ADVFN India
West's Sanctions Playbook Faces Challenge With ... ADVFN UK
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Shocker to parched throats 
The Hindu - 3 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu A leak in a drinking water pipeline opposite the JICA water tank at Attukal remains unattended for the past few days. Thousands of litres of drinking water     Add Comment

'Export of Leviathan gas to Turkey unlikely without improvement in political ties' 
Jerusalem Post - 3 Hours ago
Leviathan holds 453 billion cu.m. of gas [file] Photo: Courtesy of Albatross Any agreement to export natural gas from Israel’s large Leviathan reservoir to Turkey can only occur following an improvement     Add Comment
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>>   Pakistan
12 tourists drown in sea view area in Pakistan's Karachi 
Xinhua News Agency - 5 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD, July 30 (Xinhua) -- At least 12 tourists who were celebrating Muslims' Eid festival died as they drowned in sea view area in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi, officials said. The Commissioner     Add Comment

UAE remittances jump during Ramadan [Khaleej Times, Dubai, United Arab Emirates  
BusinessWeek - 5 Hours ago
July 31--Exchange houses recorded a significant increase in remittances from the UAE during Ramadan as expatriates sent additional money to their home countries for Eid spending. Xpress Money reported     Add Comment

Four Women’s Stories at a Time of Turmoil 
Asharq Al Awsat - 5 Hours ago
Over the past four decades, many Muslim-majority countries have suffered from conflict, revolution, war and terror while trying to face the challenge of finding their proper place in a modern world they     Add Comment

Pakistan acid attacks on women cast pall of fear (AFP) 
West Australian - 3 Hours ago
AFP Pakistan acid attacks on women cast pall of fear Quetta (Pakistan) (AFP) - A recent spate of acid attacks in a region of Pakistan previously untouched by the crime has sparked an impassioned debate
Pakistan acid attacks on women cast pall of fear XinMsn
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Pak troops foil cross-border attack; 6 die 
Arab News - 3 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani security forces in a troubled northwestern tribal region foiled an overnight cross-border attack from Afghanistan, killing six militants, two military officials said Wednesday. The     Add Comment

6 militants killed in Pakistan: Official 
Press TV - 4 Hours ago
At least six militants have been killed in an attack on Pakistan's military checkpoints near the Afghan border, a security official says. About 70 to 80 militants “physically attacked the posts, six…     Add Comment

The Xinjiangistan Connection 
Foreign Policy Magazine - 5 Hours ago
When the Pakistani army launched its campaign in the militant-riddled tribal region North Waziristan in June, it was tempting to attribute the operation to U.S. pressure. For many years, Washington has     Add Comment

In character 
Calcutta Telegraph - 5 Hours ago
Arnab Goswami’s news show has an exciting fairground quality to it. It’s like the coconut shy stall where the paying customer gets to throw balls at stranded nariyals. On the news hour, Goswami does the     Add Comment
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