Australia pledges $3.6m in drought relief aid

The World Food Programme (WFP) on Wednesday welcomed a new contribution of AUD 5 million ($3.6 million) from the Australian government to provide food assistance for people affected by the drought in Afghanistan.

Grenade thrown in Karachi Shia seminary

Notorious takfiri terrorists threw a grenade in the premises of a Shia seminary in Karachi, Pakistan that exploded near the room of a teacher (religious scholar) leaving the watchman injured.

Cholera deaths in war-torn Yemen surpass 2,300: UNICEF

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has said that the total number of cholera fatalities in Yemen had surpassed 2,300 within the past 13 months amid ongoing conflict in the impoverished country. 

Spain to build five warships for Saudi Arabia under new deal

Madrid has inked a military deal with the Riyadh regime, which would see a Spanish firm build five warships for Saudi Arabia, despite an international cry against the sales of military equipment to the kingdom amid its bloody war on impoverished Yemen.

Man convicted of hate crime for burning Texas mosque

A man accused of torching a South Texas mosque last year has been convicted of a hate crime charge along with charges of federal arson and possessing unregistered explosives. A jury in Victoria, Texas, deliberated about three hours before convicting 26-year-old Marq Vincent Perez.

ISIS militants abduct de-miners in Kunar province

Militants affiliated with the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Khurasan (ISIS-K) have abducted the workers of a de-mining company in eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan.

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