New Delhi will confirm the potential of Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program according to Nuclear Proliferation Treaty-NPT. Delhi Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid said about this support towards Iran in a meeting.
Salman Khurshid said this in a meeting with visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zareef at India’s capital New Delhi on Friday. The two leaders also emphasized on the implementation of the six groups held in Geneva in last November.
This meeting was held in Geneva to reach the outcome of the complaints continued by Western powerful group regarding Iran’s peaceful nuclear program. Continue reading
Pakistan’s military force attacks more air strikes in North and South Waziristan. At least 30 militants killed for targeting austere Taliban’s abode.
One army officer said on condition of anonymity that the Taliban took control of a large part of North and South Waziristan, and the training center was created to prepare people for suicide attacks from there. Those dormitories were indicated and bombed from the air.
Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper says that this attack has been mostly in the area of Shawwal Dattakhela of North Waziristan, where there is Taliban’s valley, training centers and other facilities. It is not sure whether any civilians were killed in today’s attack. Continue reading
Iraqi security force’s raid in Ramadi and displaced the extremist Al-Qaeda from the city. The expedition was supported by the community greatly. United Nations Security Council has also supported the Iraqi security forces for this operation.
Iran’s English language news channel Press TV reported that yesterday (Friday), the local police and the general public launched a campaign together against the guerrillas of Al Qaeda backed Islamic State of Iraq Ant Levant or ISIL. Malab and Phursan area was free from the guerrillas.
Tribal commander Muhammad Abu Khamish Risha said, “Coincided with the local police, we have fought against the terrorists and gave back Malab and Phursanto them.” He said that 10 percent area of Ramadi is still in control of the terrorists. Continue reading
U.S school shooting
Full of shooting in a school leaves an astounding dying toll along with a town in crisis following a gunman opened up fire in Newtown, Connecticut Friday. With a minimum of 28 dead, the Sandy Hook School Elementary shooting was worse than Columbine.
One of the dead Fridays was six grownups who have been in the school, 20 children, the gunman and the mother.
Reporters are determining 20-year-old Adam Lanza because the suspect. Lanza’s mother would be a teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The suspect’s older brother, Ryan, was taken into police custody of the children in Hoboken, NJ. Continue reading
Neil Armstrong was a United States astronaut, test pilot, aerospace engineer, college professor and United States Naval Aviator. He was the very first person just to walk around the Moon. Before just as one astronaut, Armstrong would be a United States Navy officer coupled with offered within the Korean War. Following the war, he offered like a test pilot in the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics High-Speed Flight Station, now referred to as Dryden Flight Research Center, where he drenched over 900 plane tickets. He finished Purdue College and the College of Los Angeles.
Neil Armstrong would be a soft-spoken engineer who grew to become a worldwide hero when like a steely-nerved pilot he earned “one giant leap for mankind” having a small step to the moon. The modest guy, who had people on the planet awed from almost one fourth-million miles away, but credited others for that task, died Saturday. He was 82. Continue reading