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5 July 2015 13:42

A Palestinian woman has sustained injuries in an incident during which a group of zionist Israeli settlers attacked Palestinian vehicles in occupied East al-Quds (Jerusalem). Zionist Israeli regime police spokeswoman Luba al-Samri said the extremist settlers pelted the Palestinian cars with stones near an ancient tomb in East al-Quds on Saturday evening. She confirmed that a Palestinian woman was injured. Scuffles broke out...

4 July 2015 9:27

A US non-governmental organization - US Global Drones Watch - says Washington must refrain from staging a unilateral drone campaign in Somalia. Medea Benjamin, founder of Global Drones Watch, said on Friday drone attacks in Somalia and the Middle East should be conducted through the United Nations and the African Union. “While they may be attacking people who deserve to be attacked,...

3 July 2015 8:02

Syrian children are bearing the brunt of the international community’s failure to end the ongoing conflict in Syria, a joint report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the international organization of Save the Children says. “Syria's children are paying a heavy price for the world's failure to put an end to the conflict,” said the Thursday report, entitled Small...

2 July 2015 8:14

The United Nations on Wednesday declared Yemen a level-three emergency, the highest on its scale, under which the international organization will try to reach 11.7 million people most in need, as aid chief Stephen O'Brien held talks to discuss the crisis. "All agencies agreed to declare the level three for a period of six months," said UN spokesman Farhan Haq. "The health...

2 July 2015 8:00

Western-puppet regime forces in Bahrain have apprehended a senior official from the al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, the main opposition bloc in the country. Majid Milda was arrested on Wednesday after being accused of provoking an anti-government campaign in the Persian Gulf country, according to activists. Before his arrest, Milda had said that the Al Khalifa regime, which rules Bahrain, had been ignoring...

1 July 2015 11:04

Millions of Yemeni children at risk of diseases, hunger: UNICEF The current crisis in Yemen, which has aggravated the poor country’s health system, is putting millions of children in the Arab nation at risk of diseases and malnutrition, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) warns. A large number of children in war-torn Yemen are exposed to the threat of diseases due to widespread...

28 June 2015 14:13

The president of a Bahraini non-governmental organization, which works to promote human rights in the Persian Gulf kingdom, says more than 3,500 people have been subjected to various kinds of torture at the country’s detention facilities since the beginning of pro-democracy rallies there. Yusuf Rabi’, the head of Bahrain Forum for Human Rights, said on Saturday that 3,586 people have been...

27 June 2015 19:05

Pressure on UK Muslims are growing as anti-Islam groups are gaining momentum in the country. Britain First, the latest far-right group in the UK, has marched through Luton in an anti-Islam protest. The controversial protest started at 1pm local time, to coincide with Armed Forces Day. The anti-Islam group says the protest “has been called by the Britain First Armed Forces...

27 June 2015 18:46

Lawyer of Palestinian inmate Khader Adnan, who has been on a long hunger strike in protest at the conditions of his imprisonment, has warned that the prisoner could die “any moment.” “Khader Adnan may suddenly die at any moment, doctors have confirmed to me,” said Jawad Boulos, legal counsel for the Ramallah-based Prisoners Club, on Saturday. He issued the warning after “the...

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