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Jealous husband attacks wife sets her on fire after she posted selfies on social media

Jealous husband attacks wife sets her on fire after she posted selfies on social media

A jealous husband allegedly poured fuel on her wife then set her alight at their home after a rage over posting selfies on social media. 28 year old Chatchawarn Tarrin, had been married to Nednapha Nuankhul, 26, since the time of their wedlock in January last year husband became possessive and abusive months into the […]

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Baghdad hospital fire kills 11 newborn babies

Baghdad hospital fire kills 11 newborn babies

Aug 10, – Health ministry spokesman Ahmed al-Rudeini told press the blaze at the Yarmuk hospital in west Baghdad was started by an electrical fault just after midnight (2100 GMT Tuesday). A fire tore through the maternity ward of one of Baghdad’s largest hospitals Wednesday, killing at least 11 premature babies, medical and security sources […]

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Eastern Aleppo could soon be besieged, UN warns

Eastern Aleppo could soon be besieged, UN warns

May 04, – “The horrific fighting and bombardment in recent days, especially in and around Aleppo, is creating new areas with endless suffering and no access for humanitarians,” said Jan Egeland, who heads an international humanitarian taskforce for the war-ravaged country. The Syrian government has refused a UN request for humanitarian aid access to rebel-held […]

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The Latest- MSF says Syria hospital bombing killed 50

The Latest- MSF says Syria hospital bombing killed 50

Apr 29, – The medical charity Doctors Without Borders says the death toll from the bombing of a hospital and nearby buildings in Aleppo in Syria has risen to 50, including 6 medical staff and patients. The organization, also known by its French acronym MSF, says in a Friday statement that the bombing a day […]

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Iraqis running out of food and medicine in besieged Falluja

Iraqis running out of food and medicine in besieged Falluja

Feb 02, – The Iraqi army, police and Iranian-backed Shi’ite militias – backed by air strikes from a U.S.-led coalition – imposed a near total siege late last year on Falluja, located 50 km (30 miles) west of Baghdad in the Euphrates river valley. Tens of thousands of trapped Iraqi civilians are running out of […]

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Pakistani teen Malala inspires US school curriculum

Pakistani teen Malala inspires US school curriculum

Oct 21, –  George Washington University announced on Monday that faculty members are creating multimedia curriculum tools to accompany a book recently released by the teen, Malala Yousafzai. Several faculty members will pilot the curriculum early next year for both college and high school instruction. Free of charge, it will focus on themes such as the […]

October 21, 2013 | By | Reply More
The suffering of ‘dogs’ – Rohingya kids in Myanmar

The suffering of ‘dogs’ – Rohingya kids in Myanmar

Oct 15, – The 10-year-old struggles up the hill, carrying buckets filled with rocks. Though he tries to keep a brave face in front of his friends, his eyes brim with tears. Every inch of his body aches, he says, and he feels sick and dizzy from the weight. “I hate it,” whispers Anwar Sardad. […]

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Barrage of rockets from Syria hit Hezbollah stronghold

Barrage of rockets from Syria hit Hezbollah stronghold

May 2, BEIRUT (AP) — The rockets targeted the Baalbek region, the latest sign that Syria’s civil war is increasingly destabilizing Lebanon. On Friday, the Lebanese parliament decided to put off general elections, originally scheduled for June, by 17 months, blaming a deteriorating security situation in the country. Eighteen rockets and mortars rounds from Syria […]

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