Sunday, May 28, 2017

UK police release photo of Manchester concert bomber

​British police release photo of Manchester concert bomber, ask public for info.  British police have released surveillance camera images of alleged Manchester concert bomber Salman Abedi taken on the night of the attack. He looks like a regular guy on the street. Wearing jeans, trainers and a...

UN migration agency warns of 10,000 people fleeing west Mosul every day

Citing Iraqi Government figures, the United Nations migration agency today warned that the number of people fleeing West Mosul is soaring – on 18 May, hitting a peak when some 16,100 transited through the Hamam al-Alil screening site – the largest official daily movement...

42 children, among 106 IS family members killed by US-led Coalition strikes on Syria

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Friday, at least 106 persons including 42 children of the “Islamic State” fighters’ families were killed by International Coalition’s warplanes in the largest massacre against the organization’s families in Syria. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned...

Singer Ariana Grande announces benefit concert for Manchester

Ariana Grande announces on Friday, she'll hold a benefit concert in Manchester for victims of the bombing and their families. Ariana Grande will hold a benefit concert to raise funds for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack. The US singer said her “heart, prayers and...

Hillary compares Trump to Nixon in a speech at her alma mater

Hillary Clinton compares Trump to Nixon in a speech at her alma mater, CNN reported on Friday. Back on campus 48 years later, Hillary Clinton didn't hold back. In a fiery commencement speech at her alma mater of Wellesley College on Friday, Clinton went after President...

Trump advisor says US rules out easing sanctions on Russia

Trump advisor said US rules out easing sanctions on Russia, reported AFP News Agency on Friday. AFP News Agency -- Washington will not ease sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine and may even get tougher on Moscow, the White House said Friday, ending...

24 million children in need in the Middle East and North Africa — UNICEF

Violence and conflict in the Middle East and North Africa have put in jeopardy the health of 24 million children in Yemen, Syria, the Gaza Strip, Iraq, Libya and Sudan. Damage to health infrastructure is depriving children of essential health care. Water and sanitation services have...

400,000 children at risks of severe acute malnutrition in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The crisis in Greater Kasai in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has severely disrupted life-saving interventions for children in recent months, putting an estimated 400,000 children at risks of severe acute malnutrition, said UNICEF. Across the five provinces of Greater Kasai, critical health...

Ongoing violence in Myanmar continues to impact children and their communities

Children in Myanmar, especially those in remote border areas, continue to suffer the consequences of protracted crises, inter-communal conflict and discrimination. In Rakhine State, inter-communal violence that erupted in 2012 continues to plague 120,000 internally displaced people (IDP), primarily women and children, spread across 40...

Parent’s nightmare: If the food runs out, my children will die

Bulama is experiencing any parent’s nightmare: “If the food runs out, my children will die.” He and his family have been living in Custom House, an IDP camp in Borno State, northeast Nigeria, for almost a year. They were driven from their home after Boko...

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