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Bangladeshi fishmonger begins handwriting world largest Holy Quran

Bangladeshi fishmonger begins handwriting world largest Holy Quran

A fishmonger from the coastal area of Satkhira in southwestern Bangladesh, Mohammad Habib Rahman, has embarked on a journey to write the largest hand-written Quran in the world. Away from the storms and floods that hit frequently the country, Habib…
73,900 households in Vietnam struggle with intensifying impacts of drought, saltwater intrusion: UNICEF

73,900 households in Vietnam struggle with intensifying impacts of drought, saltwater intrusion: UNICEF

The Government of Vietnam has said that 73,900 households (more than 88,000 children) in various provinces are struggling with the intensifying impacts of the drought and saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta, UNICEF reported. The UN health organization emphasized that…
Historic judicial ruling requires Nigerian police to pay compensation for killing of 3 Shia citizens

Historic judicial ruling requires Nigerian police to pay compensation for killing of 3 Shia citizens

The Nigerian newspaper “Legit” reported that on Sunday, April 28, 2024, a judicial ruling was issued against the Nigerian police, ordering them to pay compensation of 300 million naira for the killing of three Shiite citizens in the town of…
Iraq exerts efforts to face threat Syrian Al-Hol camp poses

Iraq exerts efforts to face threat Syrian Al-Hol camp poses

The Iraqi MP Thaer al-Jubouri stated that Iraq has taken three measures to confront the threat of the Syrian Al-Hol camp. Al-Jabouri emphasized securing the border to prevent infiltration, prioritizing border security, activating intelligence monitoring, and repatriating all terrorists to…
A minimum of 26 pilot whales succumb to mass stranding incident in Australia

A minimum of 26 pilot whales succumb to mass stranding incident in Australia

At least 26 long-finned pilot whales have perished, with a number rescued, following a mass stranding involving 160 of them in Western Australia, according to the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. The incident occurred on Tuesday morning in Geographe…
English priest recounts his journey to Holy Karbala during blessed Arba’een Pilgrimage

English priest recounts his journey to Holy Karbala during blessed Arba’een Pilgrimage

The English Anglican priest, Andrew Thompson, recounted his visit to Holy Karbala a few months ago, where he was astonished by the number of pilgrims and organization. Thompson described in his writings the experience of the Arbaeen Pilgrimage to Imam…
10 people killed in helicopter collision in Malaysia

10 people killed in helicopter collision in Malaysia

Ten people were killed on Tuesday after two helicopters collided in mid-air during a rehearsal for a Royal Malaysian Navy parade, the navy said in a statement. All 10 were crew members aboard the aircraft involved in the accident, which…
Holy Karbala relocates factories to reduce detrimental impacts of pollution

Holy Karbala relocates factories to reduce detrimental impacts of pollution

In an attempt to reduce pollution and its detrimental consequences, the local government in Holy Karbala has begun to relocate factories outside residential areas. The director of the Environment Department in Karbala, Engineer Hamed Ubaid Al-Yasari, said in a statement…
Majority of workers worldwide exposed to health risks due to climate change, new report warns

Majority of workers worldwide exposed to health risks due to climate change, new report warns

A new report has warned that more than 70 percent of workers around the world, over 2.4 billion workers out of a global workforce of 3.4 billion, are exposed to excessive heat and other climate-change-related health hazards. The report, released…
UN warns of recurrent atrocities against Rohingya Muslims

UN warns of recurrent atrocities against Rohingya Muslims

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has warned of grave threats to the lives of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar due to the fighting in Rakhine State between the armed forces and the Arakan Army, stating that “alarm bells”…
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