The tweet included an image from a very graphic video of an alleged ISIS fighter beheading an American. Soon after, the account deleted the tweet.
“It is believed that those behind this attack are Jordanians and Americans,” the activist wrote on Facebook.
The move is meant to contain what health officials had described as a hot spot of the disease in the capital.
“It’s almost like using Linux to control a bomb.”
“At this point we think there is something intentional,” said an Amnesty International representative.
Matthew Rosenberg is the first western journalist to be publicly expelled since the Taliban ruled.
“No retweets for terrorists.”
It remains unclear whether the banner was at all connected to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria [ISIS].
Politicians, media, and Facebook are spreading fake quotes from her book Hard Choices.
Two opposition leaders are heading Pakistan’s protests: The first a Muslim cleric, and the second a former cricket player.
“To be free. Such a thing would be greater than all the magic and all the treasures in the world.”
The Nowruz refugee camp in Syria has grown from 100 to 12,000 in four days, according to the International Rescue Committee.
The kidnapping comes months after the group kidnapped more than 300 schoolgirls, most of whom remain missing.
Rhino horn can sell for more per kilogram than gold on the international black market.
Maryam Mirzakhani is also the first Iranian to earn the coveted Fields Award.
“No one has anything against the Jews, of course,” a local French official told AFP.
From the anonymous sharing app Whisper: “I’m scared for ISIS.”
The helicopter was carrying aid for Iraqis that have fled ISIS militants.
Thousands of Yazidi walked miles to find refuge as the militant group expanded its reach.