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Pakistani authorities have confirmed the arrest of Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, the leader of a banned charity that is suspected of maintaining links to the militant Lashkar-e-Taiba group, in connection with a terrorism financing case, Dawn reported July 17.
Numerous Pakistani businesses across the country have staged a day-long strike to protest a sales tax hike that the government has included in its budget to comply with the International Monetary Fund's demands to generate greater tax revenue, Reuters reported July 13.
The "Peace to Prosperity" workshop in Bahrain may have been less about Palestinian prosperity and more about drawing Arab, especially Gulf, countries into the Middle East peace process -- and into deeper normalization with Israel.
Islamist extremists exploded a car bomb outside a hotel in Somalia's southern port city of Kismayo and then took over the building for more than 14 hours, killing 26 people before security forces ended the siege, AP reported July 13.
Colombia's Supreme Court has issued an arrest warrant for Seuxis Hernandez, the former leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, who has been missing since June 30 and is believed to have fled the country, after he failed to appear for a court hearing, Colombia Reports reported July 9.
The New Democrat Coalition, a group U.S. lawmakers from the Democratic Party, has cautioned U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer not to submit the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) to Congress for ratification without first rewriting provisions on labor, environmental protections, enforcement and biologic drugs to address their concerns, Inside U.S. Trade reported July 8.
One of two militants who carried out a suicide bombing attack on a Philippine military base last month was Filipino. Are Philippine jihadists on the cusp of embracing a tactic they have previously avoided?