Two suspected female terrorists die from own bombs

Two suspected female suicide bombers on a mission to kill as many people as possible in Borno State yesterday failed to reach their targets, and ended up destroying only their lives.

Sweden ready for Fatimiya memorials

In order to honor the holy Prophet’s pure household, peace be upon them,the Islamic Center of Rasul al-Atham, affiliated to the Grand Ayatollah Shirazi office in Helsingborg, Sweden is getting ready to honor the Fatimiya memory.

Yemen, FAO discuss cooperation in food security field

Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Aziz bin Habtoor on Saturday discussed with the Resident Representative of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Salah Hajj Hassan the cooperation between Yemen and the organization in the food security field.

Yemen: Brazil-made cluster munitions harm civilians

The Saudi Arabia-led coalition fired Brazilian-made rockets containing banned cluster munitions that struck near two schools in the northern Yemeni city of Saada on December 6, 2016, Human Rights Watch said today.

UNESCO studying Arbaeen pilgrimage for registration

Karbala Center for Researches and Studies, affiliated to Imam Hussein Holy Shrine, is in the progress of registering the massive Arbaeen Pilgrimage in the UNESCO list as the world’s largest peaceful human gathering.

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