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Children missing from Haiti hospitals

Children missing from Haiti hospitals

The United Nations Children s Fund (UNICEF) said children have gone missing from hospitals in Haiti following the devastating earthquake in the country, raising fears they are being trafficked for adoption abroad

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Iranian pilgrim killed in Baghdad bus attack

Iranian pilgrim killed in Baghdad bus attack

An Iranian woman has been killed and five others have been wounded in a drive-by shooting targeting buses carrying Iranian pilgrims in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad

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Saudi Arabia shifts 12 female inmates after prison riot

Saudi Arabia shifts 12 female inmates after prison riot

Twelve prisoners involved in the riot at a women s correctional facility in the holy city of Mecca have been transferred to other parts of Saudi Arabia as authorities have launched a probe into the incident

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HRW: Israel More Hostile than Ever

HRW: Israel More Hostile than Ever

Hostility toward local and international human rights groups operating in the Zionist entity mounted in 2009 because of their reports on Operation Cast Lead, Human Rights Watch charged in its annual world report, released Thursday

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France seeks Islamic financial system

France seeks Islamic financial system

A strictly secular European heavyweight, France is seeking to adopt the Islamic financial system just as a prelude to becoming a European center for Islamic economy

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Senegal offers land to Haiti quake victims

Senegal offers land to Haiti quake victims

Senegal s President Abdoulaye Wade urged African nations on Monday to offer an allotment of land for resettlement to victims of last week s earthquake in Haiti

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Int’l Status of Muslim Veils

Int’l Status of Muslim Veils

After passing the 2004 law banning Muslim headscarves and other ‘ostentatious’ religious symbols from classrooms, France’s government submitted a draft law this week on banning face-covering veils

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Ramadan asserts Muslim attachment to Jerusalem

Ramadan asserts Muslim attachment to Jerusalem

As the month of Ramadan draws to a close, many Palestinians are devoting the last ten days of the holy month to gaining more spiritual enrichment through I’tikaf or uninterrupted spiritual engagement

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Haiti struggles as alternative aid route is sought

Haiti struggles as alternative aid route is sought

As a limited number of relief flights delivering food, water and other aid are allowed into the quake-hit Haiti, officials are struggling to find alternative routes to distribute aid to angry survivors

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Anguished quake-hit Haitians awaiting aid

Anguished quake-hit Haitians awaiting aid

Millions of desperate Haitians are still awaiting food and water supplies after a disastrous quake brought death and misery to the impoverished nation

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AI lashes out at Israel, Egypt over Gaza siege

AI lashes out at Israel, Egypt over Gaza siege

Amnesty International (AI) says both Israel and Egypt are to blame for "collectively punishing" the population of the Gaza Strip with the long-imposed siege of the coastal sliver

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 Chemical Ali will be hanged within days

Chemical Ali will be hanged within days

A senior Iraqi official says an important powerbroker in Saddam Hussein s defunct Baath party, Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as Chemical Ali for his role in gas attacks on the Kurds, will be hanged within days

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U.S. green mosques

U.S. green mosques

A growing awareness of everything environmentally friendly is taking place in mosques across the United States, which are joining hands with grassroots faith-based groups to encourage the mainstream society to work towards better environmental stewardship

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Israel OK`s new Jewish residences in East Al-Quds

Israel OK`s new Jewish residences in East Al-Quds

Israeli authorities have approved construction of four new residential buildings in the eastern part of Jerusalem Al-Quds, despite international calls for a cessation of activity where Palestinians hope to set up the capital of a future state

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Italy-Based Group Accuses Israel of Poisoning Gaza Land

Italy-Based Group Accuses Israel of Poisoning Gaza Land

The Italian New Weapons Committee accuses Israel of contaminating Gaza land through bombing, and the president of the European Jewish Congress termed the claims "unfounded blood libels reminiscent of tales of Jews poisoning wells

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Danish Muslims question cartoonist attack

Danish Muslims question cartoonist attack

The alleged attack on the Danish cartoonist who drew lampooning pictures of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) raises questions among Denmark’s Muslim community who are puzzled and disturbed by emerging details of the latest episode of the cartoons crisis

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67 killed in Russia`s New Year fires

67 killed in Russia`s New Year fires

At least 67 people have been killed and 144 injured during Russia s New Year s festivities when Russians celebrate with firecrackers and cold fireworks

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Mass rally of pro-Leader ralliers in Tehran splendid

Mass rally of pro-Leader ralliers in Tehran splendid

Millions of Tehrani pro-leader ralliers marched in an around Tehran’s Enghelab Square Wednesday evening, denouncing insults against 3rd Shi’a Imam on eventful Ahoura Day of last week.

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Ashura rally at the Fatima gate: Down with Israel

Ashura rally at the Fatima gate: Down with Israel

Amid the constant "Israeli" threats to Lebanon, of which the latest was that of War Minister Ehud Barak, thousands of southerners in Lebanon were shouting slogans such as "death to Israel" only one meter away from the borders with the occupied Palestinian

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Violent crimes rate scaled down in US: FBI

Violent crimes rate scaled down in US: FBI

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has announced that it has tracked a decline in the rate of violent crimes, including murder and robbery, across the US in the first half of 2009

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About 40% of Arab World lives under poverty line

About 40% of Arab World lives under poverty line

About 40% of the population in Arab countries, approximately 140 million people, live below the poverty line, according to a report by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Arab League

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US banks failures hit 140

US banks failures hit 140

A man walks by a closed downtown bank in Bridgeport, Connecticut in this file photo

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Israeli Navy Arrests Five Gaza Fishermen

Israeli Navy Arrests Five Gaza Fishermen

Israeli occupation arrested five fishermen off the coast of the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after gunboats surrounded their vessel, according to witnesses and a Palestinian security official

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National identity debate irks France Muslims

National identity debate irks France Muslims

A French debate on defining the values constituting national identity is sparking controversy in the western European country, amid warnings that the discussions are particularly targeting the Muslim presence

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UK Muslims Europe s most patriotic: study

UK Muslims Europe s most patriotic: study

Though being looked at with suspicion, Muslims in the United Kingdom are the most patriotic in Europe, a new study by a leading international institute has found

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Health ministry denies website report on H1N1 in Gaza

Health ministry denies website report on H1N1 in Gaza

The head of ambulance and emergency in the health ministry has denied reports published by Palestine our home website that claimed the swine flu cases in Gaza Strip had risen to 89 and that 21 had died of the disease

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Aqsa foundation: IOA to inaugurate new museum near the Aqsa Mosque

Aqsa foundation: IOA to inaugurate new museum near the Aqsa Mosque

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- The Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage that caters for the holy shrines in occupied Palestine has exposed Thursday an Israeli plan to inaugurate a new museum for the alleged Temple in front of the Aqsa Mosque

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Trade Unions in Palestine urge the world to lift the siege on Gaza

Trade Unions in Palestine urge the world to lift the siege on Gaza

The Palestinian Trade Union Assembly (PTUA) has urged Thursday the international community to break its silence towards the Israeli crimes committed against the Palestinian people, and to pressure the Israeli occupation to respect international laws

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Un retrait israélien du village du Ghajar ?

Un retrait israélien du village du Ghajar ?

Les médias israéliens ont rapporté que le gouvernement israélien compte achever son retrait de la partie libanaise du village de Ghajar, le mois prochain

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World condemns Swiss minaret ban

World condemns Swiss minaret ban

World opinion has condemned Switzerland for approving a ban on the building of minarets, with neighboring governments attacking "a demonstration of fear-driven prejudice

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