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Knife attack by Palestinian wounds 12 on bus

Knife attack by Palestinian wounds 12 on busTEL AVIV: A knife-wielding Palestinian attacked passengers on a morning rush-hour bus in Tel Aviv Wednesday, wounding 12 people, before being shot by a passing prison officer in the latest lone-wolf attack.It was the first attack in Tel Aviv since a fatal November stabbing of a soldier by a Palestinian, and roundly condemned by Britain, France and the United States.The attacker struck in the heart of Israel´s commercial capital, police spokeswoman Luba Samri said, describing

Iran's Khamenei urges Western youth to examine Islam

Iran's Khamenei urges Western youth to examine Islam TEHRAN: Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has urged Western youth to examine Islam for themselves rather than swallow prejudiced views, in a message posted on his Twitter account."The recent events in France and similar ones in some other Western countries have convinced me to directly talk to you about them," he wrote in reference to the January 7-9 attacks in Paris that left 17 dead."Many attempts have been made over the past two decades, almost since the disintegration of the Soviet Union,

Suicide attack in Somali capital ahead of Erdogan visit

MOGADISHU  At least five people were killed Thursday in a suicide car bombing against a hotel in Mogadishu on the eve of a visit to the Somali capital by Turkey s president, police said.Sources at the hotel, situated close to the heavily-fortified presidential palace, said there were around 70 members of a Turkish delegation in the hotel at the time, but none of them were killed or seriously hurt in the blast.Somalia s Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shebab rebels -- who are fighting to overthrow the

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