The crucial Yemeni port city of Hudaydah, which has been living under fire from pro-Government forces for weeks now, could be just “one airstrike away from an unstoppable epidemic”, said the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in the country on Sunday.
More than 4 million people were excluded from a draft list of citizens released on Monday by a census official for India’s northeastern border state of Assam, in a long-running campaign against immigrants, sparking uncertainty about their future.
An art piece designed with rare alabaster was laid on the floor of the Holy Shrine of al-Abbas, peace be upon him, in a record time on an area of 1000 square meters divided equally between men and women.
In cooperation with Iraqi Holy Shrines’ Renovation and Construction Committee, the engineering and technical staffs in Imam Ali Holy Shrine are continuing their works to complete al-Rasool al-Atham Courtyard.
A combined team of soldiers and police on the orders of Governor El-Rufa'i opened fire on Shia Muslims in Zaria, Nigeria, while peacefully mourning the tragic killings of 34 people by the military under the Jonathan's administration in 2014, injuring 4 people with gunshots.
Human Rights Watch has called on Bahraini authorities to restore citizenship to hundreds of nationals, whom have been affected by executive orders or court decisions as the ruling Al Khalifah regime pushes ahead with its heavy-handed crackdown on pro-democracy campaigners, journalists and religious scholars.
The military coalition led by the Saudi regime has conducted heavy airstrikes on the Yemeni city of Hudaydah, which has become a flash point where cluster bombs earlier dropped by the coalition warplanes killed one person and injured three others.