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Baghdad: Double bomb attack hits Al Sinak market

Baghdad: Double bomb attack hits Al Sinak market

At least 27 people were killed and 57 others wounded as two bombs exploded in the centre of Baghdad, according to police officials. Police said the blasts, triggered by two…

Rebels: Ceasefire ‘void’ if government bombing persists

Rebels: Ceasefire ‘void’ if government bombing persists

Syrian rebel groups warned they would consider a ceasefire deal brokered by Russia and Turkey “null and void” if government forces and their allies continued to violate it. Clashes and…

Nearly 100 journalists killed worldwide in 2016: IFJ

Nearly 100 journalists killed worldwide in 2016: IFJ

Ninety-three journalists and media staff were killed around the world in the course of their work in 2016, with Iraq and Afghanistan the deadliest countries, the International Federation of Journalists…

Oman culture: A day in a camel farm

Oman culture: A day in a camel farm

By Shruthi Nair : Camels are undeniably one of the most important animals of the Middle East since time immemorial. The ones popularly found in the Arab region are the…

Gallery 11/07/95 on the first Place on Tourist Sites

Gallery 11/07/95 on the first Place on Tourist Sites

The Gallery 11/07/95 was opened in 2012 in Sarajevo. It is envisaged as an institutional hybrid between a gallery and museum facility, whose key aim is to preserve memory of…

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Cell phone monitoring telephone criminal that is verizoncell pro Monitor. Spy software for gsm phones. Reasons why to purchase Easy Traveler Master cell phone spy application. View details about cellular…

Truce ‘holding’ despite isolated clashes in Idlib, Hama

Truce ‘holding’ despite isolated clashes in Idlib, Hama

A nationwide ceasefire in Syria brokered by Russia and Turkey was in effect early on Friday, a potentially major breakthrough in the nearly six-year conflict, despite reports of isolated clashes. While the…

2016: The year the world stopped caring about refugees

2016: The year the world stopped caring about refugees

by Anealla Safdar and Patrick Strickland : The number of refugees who drowned in the Mediterranean this year rose to an annual record. More than 5,000 people lost their lives at sea as they took…

Flotilla planned to help Rohingya in Myanmar

Flotilla planned to help Rohingya in Myanmar

An aid flotilla carrying food and emergency supplies for Rohingya Muslims is to sail from Malaysia for Myanmar’s Rakhine State in January. Zulhanis Zainol, secretary-general of the Malaysian Consultative Council of Islamic Organisations, said…

Oman developing eight new fishing harbours and ports

Oman developing eight new fishing harbours and ports

By A E JAMES : Oman is in the process of developing eight more fishing harbours and ports of varying sizes with a sizable investment as part of a comprehensive plan to strengthen…

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