The cholera epidemic in Yemen is now the largest and fastest growing outbreak of the disease in modern history - the result of a crippling war that has devastated the country, long the poorest in the Arab world, and unleashed a major humanitarian crisis.
The war on Yemen – now into its third year – continues to take a toll on millions of children, with their education now under threat, adding to an already long list of bitter hardships including malnutrition, displacement and violence, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has warned.
Syrian government forces, supported by fighters from allied popular defense groups, have managed to wrest complete control over a town in the central province of Homs as they continue to score more territorial gains against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group across the war-ravaged Arab country.
The International Non-Violence Organization expressed its condemnation in the strongest practical terms over the terrorist attack on the Somali capital Mogadishu, calling on the Islamic world and the international community to join hands with the people of this country, which has suffered many scourges.
Bahraini rights groups called on international organizations, UN - Special Rapporteurs, and member states of the UN Human Rights Council to seek “unconditional access” to Bahrain’s detention facilities and urgently look into the plight of the detainees.
Syrian Arab Army units operating in Deir Ezzor carried out concentrated operations against ISIS, advancing towards the town of Khasham in the northern countryside and clashing with terrorists in Huwaijet Sakr on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River.