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Global food waste could rise by a third by 2030 – study

LONDON (Reuters) – Food waste could rise by almost a third by 2030 when more than 2 billion tonnes will be binned, researchers said on Tuesday, warning of a “staggering” crisis propelled by a booming world population and changing habits in developing nations. The United Nations has set a target ...

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Saudi nabs imam of Mecca as crackdown continues: Report

 (Web Desk) – Saudi security forces have reportedly arrested Sheikh Saleh al-Talib, a prominent imam and preacher at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, as Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman’s crackdown on his opponents continues. The news was picked up by Al Jazeera and other major Arab news outlets on Wednesday, ...

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New cholera outbreak spreading fast in Yemen’s Hudaydah: UNICEF

Muslim Times(Web Desk) -The United Nations children’s agency, UNICEF, has warned that a fresh cholera outbreak is spreading quickly in Yemen’s vital seaport of Hudaydah, amid ongoing attacks by the Saudi-led coalition against the besieged provincial capital. “Over a year after cholera broke out in Yemen, killing more than 2,000 ...

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Yemeni forces hit Saudi military base in Jizan with ballistic missile: Report

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Yemeni army forces, backed by allied fighters from Popular Committees, have fired a short-range domestically-manufactured missile at a Saudi military base in the kingdom’s southwestern Jizan province, in retaliation for the Saudi regime’s campaign against the impoverished country. Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah television network, citing a military ...

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Relocate Rohingya refugees to safer grounds: HRW to Bangladesh

(Web Desk) – Human Rights Watch (HRW) has warned against the threat of natural disasters facing the Rohingya Muslim refugees living in an overcrowded mega camp in Bangladesh’s border region near Myanmar, calling on Dhaka to relocate the hapless refugees to safer places. The US-based rights group said in a ...

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