FAJ: Over 100 Iraqi journalists killed, injured covering Mosul battle

The Federation of Arab Journalists (FAJ) has announced that more than 100 Iraqi journalists have lost their lives and sustained injuries while covering fierce battles between Iraqi government forces and Takfiri Daesh terrorists in the run-up to the liberation of the country’s second largest city from the extremists.

UN: Cholera may accelerate famine in Yemen as resources shift

Yemen's growing cholera epidemic may accelerate looming famine, as limited resources are shifted away from malnutrition and other programs to try to contain the disease, the top U.N. aid official in the country said on Tuesday.

European Court upholds Belgium's full veil ban

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) upheld Belgium’s ban on the Islamic full-face veil on Tuesday (July 11), rejecting a legal challenge by two Muslim women wearing the niqab. 

The Guardian view on arms to Saudi: Yemen needs peace

The Guardian has issued an editorial opinion saying that the high court judgment that continuing British arms sales to Saudi Arabia are legal may not be surprising but it is nonetheless profoundly shocking.

Nineveh local source: Daesh declares its ringleader dead

After its collapse in Mosul, Daesh has announced that the Takfiri terror group’s leader Ibrahim al-Samarrai, aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, “has been killed,” a local source in Iraq’s Nineveh province says.

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