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    1. When the residents of enclaves in India celebrate the end of their life in limbo and start afresh as bona fide citizens, they will spare a silent prayer for Mark Zuckerberg. For people like Jainal Abedin, Saddam Hossain, Jehad Hussein Osama, Taher Ali and Mansoor, social media tools like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp are what changed the way their movement for recognition has been perceived for...

    2. Social media centre stage in war on terror

      Brisbane TimesJul 20 11:58 PM

      When a lone terrorist slaughtered 38 tourists at a Tunisian resort on June 26, the Islamic State turned to social-media to claim credit and warn of more attacks on the world's nonbelievers.

    3. Islamic State has come to rely upon U.S. social-media companies to summon fresh recruits to its cause, spread its propaganda and call for attacks.

    4. Islamic State has come to rely upon U.S. social-media companies to summon fresh recruits to its cause, spread its propaganda and call for attacks.

    5. Prince Saud al-Faisal, the world’s longest-serving foreign minister who stepped down in late April amid health issues, has died, a government spokesman said on Twitter Thursday. He was 75. Prince Saud became the Arab kingdom’s head of foreign relations in 1975 in the wake of the assassination of his father, King Faisal. Before that, Saudi kings were directly in charge of foreign affairs.

    6. Michael Kugelman: Assuming Mullah Omar has died, the implications are immense. He was not just the leader of a militant organization. He has been a deeply influential figure well beyond the Taliban.

    7. Why Pakistan is changing its official language from English to Urdu

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 29 10:59 AM

      The switch in Pakistan’s official language from English to Urdu, a popular language in the Indian subcontinent, has legal and cultural roots. The Pakistani Constitution, passed in 1973, includes a clause that specified the government must make Urdu the national language by 1988. Recommended: How much do you know about Pakistan?

    8. .:Middle East Online:::.

      Middle East OnlineJul 09 03:34 PM

      Relative, Nawaf al-Faisal announces death on Facebook, while foreign ministry spokesman confirms death on Twitter and expresses condolences.

    9. RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - Saudi Arabia's Foreign Ministry spokesman says Prince Saud al-Faisal, who was the world's longest serving foreign minister with 40 years in the post until earlier this year, has died. He was 75. The spokesman, Osama Nugali, announced Saud's death on his official Twitter ...

    10. Afghan officials say Mullah Omar, Taliban leader, may be dead

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 29 05:34 AM

      Afghan officials are working to confirm reports that Taliban leader Mullah Omar is dead, just ahead of a new round of peace talks in Pakistan between the Afghan government and the Taliban. At a last-minute press conference, Zafar Hashemi, a deputy spokesman for the president, said that they were “aware of the reports of the passing of Mullah Omar, the Taliban leader. Mullah Omar hasn’t been seen...

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