The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that at least 471 people in impoverished Yemen have contracted diphtheria, a bacterial disease that has been killing one in 10 Yemenis since the outbreak started in the war-torn country in mid-August last year.
Nancy Allen, a librarian, published author, and a member of a church choir from Conway, US state of Arkansas, has been wearing hijab for almost two years to support Muslim women and counter hateful rhetoric targeting the religious minority.
Norway has suspended arms exports to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over concerns that the weapons could be used in the deadly Saudi-led military campaign against Yemen, in which Abu Dhabi has played an active role.
The Iraqi Interior Ministry says government forces have launched a counter-terrorism operation to hunt down Daesh Takfiri terrorists near the country’s border with Syria, killing more than a dozen extremists in the process.
The Yemeni Ministry of Health says the Saudi-led military coalition has either killed or wounded some 35,000 people of Yemen during the ongoing war Riyadh imposed on the impoverished nation almost three years ago.
The Baghdad office of Grand Ayatollah Shirazi, may Allah prolong his life, has taken part in Shia Offices Meeting, in Baghdad, to discuss the latest political and military situations, in addition to the victories accomplished by the Iraqi security forces and Popular Mobilization Units against ISIS terrorists.
2017 saw more suicide attacks than previous two years, according to a provisional report on security situation in Pakistan released by an independent think tank that noted slight improvement in the overall security situation in the country.