Pakistan plays a role in the story of ISIS founder Abu Musaab al Zarqawi.
Roughly 600 nurses from Kerala are employed in Libya.
Most of those killed were described by police as being mostly Sunni militants charged with terrorism.
The total number of Indians who have returned from the war-torn country crosses 2,500.
Acting parliament speaker Mahdi Hafez announced that “no type of agreement was reached…between the various blocs”.
A group of 25 construction workers have returned from Iraq.
Several Indians had got trapped in the conflict areas in northern and central Iraq.
The global community must urgently combat the spectre.
Two officers from Punjab Bhawan have been deployed at IGI Airport to ensure free transportation facility.
The new legislature held its first session since April elections last week, but failed to make any headway on selecting a new prime minister.
When the Iraqi government promised her a salary of Rs 40,000 per month, she didn’t hesitate to take up the offer.
We must build an institutional framework to secure Indians abroad.
The Iraqi government lost control of Fallujah and parts of nearby Ramadi in January.
The nurses, who return after weeks of ordeal at Tikrit Teaching Hospital, would be received by Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.
Family members and relatives have been given special passes to receive the nurses.