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3-year-old Syrian boy says before catching his last breath: 'I'm gonna tell God everything'

An online picture introduced throughout the past few months strikingly depicted horrors of embattled Syria, as it showed a 3-year-old Syrian saying before he died “I’m gonna tell God everything.” 245 more words


Another Terrorist attack on Senior Journalist Hanid Mir in Karachi

person Hamid Mir was injured in a targeted-shooting incident in Karachi on Saturday, Geo News reported. Faisal near the Natha Khan bridge. He received bullet injuries and was shifted to a private hospital. 608 more words

Crimes In Pakistan

"Radicals Feeling Emboldened": 'They’re Nothing More Than Domestic Terrorists'

It’s been nearly a week since the U.S. Bureau of Land Management tried to enforce federal court orders at Cliven Bundy’s Nevada ranch, only to back off in order to deescalate a potentially dangerous situation with heavily armed protesters. 475 more words

Right Wing

Speaking of disarmament, looks like the FBI is getting some of the action too


The headline to that story is “FBI Visiting Gun Shops to Investigate “People talking about Big Government”

This might be the money quote:

‘According to the witness, the agent stated, “If you see some Middle Eastern guy come in. 96 more words

Federal Government


“Hail Ceaser! We who are about to die, greet you”.
-mode of greeting of Gladiators in the Arena.

Shouldn’t we all adopt this form of greeting in #MyCountry? 49 more words


3 Syrian Army soldiers slaughtered in Sarmeen while being alive

These three soldiers were slaughtered by the Ahrar al-Shamal brigade in Sarmeen, Idleb province (Map). They were captured alive on the 15th of April, 2014 and later killed in cold blood.

War Crimes

Sloviansk separatists announce a hunt for people who speak Ukrainian

Sloviansk separatists announce a hunt for people who speak Ukrainian, said the leader of the separatists Vyacheslav Ponomarev.

He asked local residents to report to “the people’s formation” on any suspicious individual in the city, “especially those who speak the Ukrainian language,” according to a correspondent of “Ukrainska Pravda” on location in Sloviansk.