Egypt families of terror victims are suing Qatari for $150m

Families of several victims of terror attacks in Egypt are filing a lawsuit against Qatar’s Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani. They are demanding a compensation of around $150 million. This is the first lawsuit of its kind to take […]

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UN Won’t Be Helping Myanmar with Long Term Camps for Rohingya

UN Won’t Be Helping Myanmar with Long Term Camps for Rohingya

The United Nations’ refugee agency won’t be providing humanitarian aid to Rohingya Muslims who would be returning to Myanmar and are detained in camps. This announcement was made by an international paper, just days before the initial deportation is scheduled to start. The classified briefing dated this month and which has been reviewed drafts the position of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) stance on the deportation process, and mirrors the eagerness not to be dragged into advocating long-term camps for the Muslim minority. A UNHCR spokeswoman stated that it won’t be commenting on the leaked documents. Myanmar…

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Gaza Israel Frontier Calms down with Enemies carefully cease fire

Gaza Israel Frontier Calms down with Enemies carefully cease fire

Following an Egyptian conciliation attempts, Palestinian militants and Israeli forces stopped their firing late on Tuesday. Thereby, bringing a…

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Human Rights Watch: Girls Face Barriers to Education in Pakistan

Human Rights Watch: Girls Face Barriers to Education in Pakistan

Pakistan is failing to educate a huge proportion of the country’s girls due to the government’s under-investment in schools,…

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Raqqa after Isis: Mass grave reveals horror of city’s final battle

Raqqa after Isis: Mass grave reveals horror of city’s final battle

The gravediggers lift the shrouded body delicately from the trench, just as they have done hundreds of times before….

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US-backed fighters resume final offensive against ISIS after pause to deal with Turkish tensions

US-backed fighters resume final offensive against ISIS after pause to deal with Turkish tensions

The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are returning to the battle against the Islamic State following a pause to deal with clashes…

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Coalition airstrikes killed 28 in eastern Syria

Coalition airstrikes killed 28 in eastern Syria

According to a war monitor, Airstrikes by the US-led coalition have killed 28 people in an eastern Syria holdout of…

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Son of Hezbollah leader is designated as a terrorist by U.S.

Son of Hezbollah leader is designated as a terrorist by U.S.

The U.S. State Department designated Jawad Nasrallah, son of Lebanon’s Iran-backed Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, a terrorist and…

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Rohingya Abscond Refugee Camps in Bangladesh As Myanmar Prepares to Admit Back Refugees into the Country

Rohingya Abscond Refugee Camps in Bangladesh As Myanmar Prepares to Admit Back Refugees into the Country

A huge number of Rohingya Muslim families whose name are within the list of refugees who are ready to…

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Amnesty International Deprives Myanmars Suu Kyi of Conscience Award

Amnesty International Deprives Myanmars Suu Kyi of Conscience Award

Amnesty International has revoked its most prestigious human rights prize from Aung San Suu Kyi, charging the Myanmar leader…

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