Saudi Arabia may for the first time execute a female human rights activist who was arrested some three years ago on charges of supporting anti-government protests and inciting people to disobey the regime.
More than two years after the Quran desecration incident in Malerkotla in June 2016, India’s Punjab government has finally granted the mandatory sanction for prosecuting the accused for sedition and outraging religious feelings.
The Taliban militant group has rejected an Afghan government offer of a three-month ceasefire, saying it would continue with its terrorist attacks to bring under control the country’s strategic regions.
The Iraqi Judiciary has upheld death sentences against more than a dozen convicts involved in a June 2014 massacre by Daesh Takfiri terrorists at an air force camp in the country’s north-central province of Salahuddin.
Yemeni scholars and religious figures have strongly denounced a recent deadly airstrike by Saudi warplanes on a bus carrying schoolchildren in the country’s northwestern province of Sa’ada, criticizing the silence and inaction of world bodies vis-à-vis the Saudi-led coalition's crimes against Yemenis.