International organizations, including the United Nations (UN) and the Red Cross, say the Saudi-led war on and embargo against Yemen are behind a cholera epidemic that has claimed the lives of more than 180 people in the impoverished country so far.
Iraqi security forces have uncovered a major chemical plant belonging to ISIS Takfiri terrorist group in the western part of Mosul, as government forces, backed by fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units, are battling to drive the extremists out of the country’s second largest city.
The committee chairperson of Raqqa civilian assembly said that about 13,000 refugees fled the territories of the northern Syrian province occupied by the ISIS terrorist group and came to the areas controlled by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces.
Myanmar’s army is under more pressure over its brutalities against Rohingya Muslims after fresh images emerged reportedly showing refugees from the minority group with wounds and burns sustained during a military crackdown.
Yemen's Health Ministry has declared a state of emergency in the capital Sana'a, which is being run by the Ansarullah Houthi movement, as the International Committee of the Red Cross says cholera has claimed at least 115 lives and left thousands more ill.