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Ali Pasha’s Mosque : A historical architecture in Bosnia

Ali Pasha’s Mosque : A historical architecture in Bosnia

During the biggest rise of architecture of the Ottoman Empire, next to the Kosovo stream in Sarajevo was built Ali Pasha’s Mosque. It was constructed in 1560/61. Ali Pasha was…

Turkey’s protected sites gets reviewed

Turkey’s protected sites gets reviewed

Turkey’s 2.5 million hectares of protected sites have undergone a review during a categorization of the areas was replaced by three different categories. The Environment Ministry’s scientific research project, which…

UAE theme parks to record soaring visitor numbers

UAE theme parks to record soaring visitor numbers

The rising popularity of theme parks, among both UAE residents and international visitors, will lead to them welcoming more than 19 million admissions a year by 2020, if current trends…

Syria’s war: Up to 20,000 flee as government advances

Syria’s war: Up to 20,000 flee as government advances

Up to 20,000 people have fled eastern Aleppo over the past 72 hours as Syrian government forces continued to advance in the rebel-held part of the city, according to the…

UN: Rohingya may be enduring ‘crimes against humanity’

UN: Rohingya may be enduring ‘crimes against humanity’

Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims may be victims of crimes against humanity, the United Nation’s rights agency has said, as former UN chief Kofi Annan arrived to the country for a visit…

King opens key projects in Alkhobar

King opens key projects in Alkhobar

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman on Monday inaugurated a number of key development projects in Alkhobar in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province. They include hospital developments with hundreds…

Water supply cut off for half of Iraq’s Mosul

Water supply cut off for half of Iraq’s Mosul

Fighting between Iraqi forces and ISIL fighters has cut water supplies across a large part of Mosul, affecting 40 percent of residents in the city where poorer families are already struggling to…

The global heart of darkness

The global heart of darkness

Nadia Barhoum : In mid-November, more than 100 locals on the island of Chios descended on the Souda refugee camp in the middle of the night. Refugees were terrified; they had nowhere to…

US: Air strikes killing dozens of Syrian troops legal

US: Air strikes killing dozens of Syrian troops legal

An investigation has found air strikes by the US-led coalition that reportedly killed dozens of troops fighting for the Syrian government did not violate international law, the US military said.…

Seven Indian soldiers killed in attack on army base

Seven Indian soldiers killed in attack on army base

Seven Indian soldiers, including two officers, were killed when armed men attacked an army base in Indian-occupied Kashmir. It was the most audacious attack on an Indian military base since…

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