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Sunday off in Iraq to honor victory over terrorism
The prime minister of Iraq announced that Sunday, December 10, would be a national holiday in honor of the victory over Daesh terrorist group.
Qatar-based Muslim group to sue Saudi Arabia, allies over terrorism charge
An international organization of Muslim scholars headquartered in Qatar says it would take legal action against Saudi Arabia and its allies after they included it in a terrorism blacklist, vowing to explore available means to remove its name.
Zarif, Azeri presidents mull over combating terrorism, bilateral ties
Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif met and talked with President of Azerbaijan Republic Ilham Aliyev.
Iran to continue support for Syria against terrorism, Rouhani tells Assad
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has reaffirmed the Islamic Republic’s determination to continue its support for Syria in its fight against terrorism.
Iran parliament speaker urges continuing fight against terrorism
Iran and Russia should bolster their security cooperation to uproot remnants of terrorist elements, Iran parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said in Turkey on the sidelines of a parliamentary event.
Iran: Saudi Arabia is ‘the cradle of terrorism’
Iran said that “the cradle of terrorism” has been attempting to distort facts into their exact opposite version by accusing Iran of sponsoring terror and meddling in the affairs of regional countries.
Iran, India play major roles in fighting terrorism: Indian minister
Indian Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi underlined crucial roles of Iran and India in tackling terrorism.
Iran UN envoy: Women primary victims of terrorism
Iran in a statement on Friday hailed Women’s role in sustainability of peace and security arrangement in various parts of the world, saying that unfortunately, they are primary victims of the terrorism.
UK police rule out terrorism in Nuneaton ‘hostage situation’
UK police have ruled out any terrorism connections in an ongoing “hostage situation” at a leisure center in Nuneaton, central England, where a gunman is said to have taken at least two hostages.
Zionism, terrorism two sides of same coin
Parliament’s General Director for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said terrorists and Zionists are two sides of the same coin and they plan to split Islamic countries.
French Parliament advances a sweeping counterterrorism bill (Video)
The French government on Tuesday moved a significant step closer to making permanent some of the emergency measures put in place after the terrorist attacks of 2015, expanding the powers of the security forces to combat terrorism in ways that critics say may also curtail civil liberties.
Watching terrorism videos online to become criminal offense in UK
In a move designed to tighten laws tackling extremism, people who watch terrorist material online could face up to 15 years behind bars, UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced.
Syria: Part of int’l community reluctant to battle terrorism
Syria’s ambassador to the United Nations blamed the plight of his countrymen, suffering under almost seven years of a militancy, on an influential part of the international community that is reluctant to truly battle terrorism.
UN report: Acts of terror kill 203 Iraqis, 400 injures
A total of 203 Iraqi civilians were killed and another 389 injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in Iraq in September 2017, according to casualty figures recorded by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).

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