BBC: Spate of bomb attacks in Baghdad
BBC: Sudanese Islamist leader Hassan al-Turabi has been arrested after calling on President Omar al-Bashir to hand himself in to face war crimes charges.
One of Afghanistan's top army officers and 12 other soldiers have been killed in a helicopter crash in the west of the country, the defence ministry says. ... According to some reports, Taleban fighters claimed they had shot the helicopter down - but the ministry denied this, saying it was an accident.BBC: Islamists take bases in Mogadishu
BBC: Aid workers taken in Philippines
Gunmen have abducted three aid workers from Italy, Switzerland and the Philippines on southern Jolo island, the Philippine National Red Cross says.THESE WERE JUST FROM TODAY'S BBC HEADLINES. ALL JUST TODAY. FROM ALL OVER THE GLOBE: PHILIPPINES, AFRICA; SOUTH ASIA...
The Red Cross chairman, Senator Richard Gordon, said the three were in a car on their way to Jolo airport.
They had been visiting a local jail when they were intercepted by armed men on motorbikes, he said.
The island is a stronghold of the Abu Sayyaf group, which is notorious for kidnappings and terror attacks.
WHAT DO THEY TELL US?
THAT ISRAEL AND THE JEWS HAVE VERY LITTLE TO DO WITH GLOBAL JIHAD.
FOCUSING ALL OUR ATTENTION ON THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT IS ENEMY PROPAGANDA MEANT TO DIVIDE THE WEST.