Islamic Invitation Turkey
       21 February 2017 - Tuesday - 24 Jamada al-Ula 1438 | 21/02/2017 (24) 20/02/2017 (41) 19/02/2017 (45) 18/02/2017 (48) 17/02/2017 (44) Total: 120,506 content        Facebook Twitter Youtube

Africa

20 February 2017 15:18

  Hundreds of refugees have managed to cross the border from Morocco into Spanish territory after scaling a six-meter-high barbed-wired fence, the Red Cross says. Some 350 refugees crossed the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta on Monday. At least eleven of them were sent to hospital to be treated for injuries or fractures they sustained while climbing...

20 February 2017 14:45

Authorities in conflict-stricken South Sudan have declared famine in two areas of the African country, which is the world’s youngest. “In greater Unity , some counties are classified in famine or... risk of famine,” said Isaiah Chol Aruai, the chairman of South Sudan’s National Bureau of Statistic, on Monday. Aruai also announced that between February and April, 4.9 million people in...

20 February 2017 14:37

  Hundreds of refugees have managed to cross the border from Morocco into Spanish territory after scaling a six-meter-high barbed-wired fence, the Red Cross says. Some 350 refugees crossed the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta on Monday. At least eleven of them were sent to hospital to be treated for injuries or fractures they sustained while climbing...

19 February 2017 16:52

  At least 18 people have lost their lives and more than two dozen others have been wounded in a car bomb explosion in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, officials and witnesses say. Ahmed Abdulle Afrax, the mayor of Wadajir, the district in the city of Mogadishu that was bombed, said that the deadly incident took place on Sunday when an explosive-laden car exploded near a busy market in the capital...

16 February 2017 13:10

  The United Nations (UN)’s former special representative for Somalia has warned of the looming threat of famine in the Horn of Africa country, calling for immediate action to stop a potential humanitarian disaster. British diplomat Nicholas Kay, who until recently served as the UN’s envoy for Somalia, said on Wednesday that hundreds of thousands of people in Somalia might die or...

15 February 2017 13:21

  Somalia’s internationally-backed government is reportedly planning to file a legal case against the rulers of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for setting up a military base in the unrecognized breakaway republic of Somaliland. The Somali government’s Auditor General Nur Jimale Farah announced Mogadishu’s plans to file the complaint against the UAE on charges of violating international law for entering a deal...

14 February 2017 19:34

  IHRC has written to the Nigerian President urging him to allow the detained leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria access to urgently needed medical treatment. In a direct appeal to President Buhari the letter highlights the deteriorating condition of Sheikh Ibrahim el-Zakzaky who family members say is in severe danger of losing the sight in his remaining eye. Concerns over the...

14 February 2017 18:59

  Informed sources disclosed that 350 militias have been sent from Comoros Island in East Africa to Saudi Arabia and then to Yemen to join the Riyadh-backed troops in the war on the poorest Arab nation. According to the sources, Riyadh pays 1,000 euros to the Comorian militias every month to fight for the country in Yemen. The sources said using the Comorian...

10 February 2017 9:17

  A court in Tunisia has sentenced the country’s ousted dictator, Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, and his wife to 10 years in prison for corruption. Ben Ali and his wife, who fled Tunisia to Saudi Arabia amid a revolution that toppled the then-ruler in 2011, were tried in absentia in several corruption charges at a Tunis court. A spokesman for the prosecution, Sofiene...

8 February 2017 15:29

  A terrorist attack by the al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militants on a hotel in Somalia’s port city of Bosasso has left four guards and two assailants dead. “Three al-Shabab fighters stormed the International Village Hotel this morning. Four guards and two of the attackers died in the fighting,” said Bari region Governor Yusuf Mohamed on Wednesday. According to the governor, none of the guests...

Page 1 of 41612345...102030...Last »
Scroll Up