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Turkey working to forestall Idlib offensive by Syria: Report

Musllim Times(Web Desk) – Turkey is reportedly working to stave off an imminent Syrian army offensive to dislodge terrorists from Idlib which is the last major territory still in militant hands. According to a Turkish diplomatic source, cited by the Middle East Eye news portal, “Ankara is working with other ...

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UN bodies alarmed at humanitarian crisis in Yemen

(Web Desk) – The United Nations Children’s Fund and Food Program have voiced grave concern about the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Yemen, especially in its lifeline port city of al-Hudaydah. On Wednesday, the UNICEF’s Executive Director Henrietta H. called for an immediate halt to attacks on water facilities and civilian ...

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Myanmar roundly shamed over human rights inquiry panel

(Web Desk) – Various human rights activists and observers have roundly denounced Myanmar’s decision to appoint a commission of inquiry into widespread human rights abuses perpetrated with the state’s own backing and with the military’s direct participation against the Rohingya Muslim community. The Myanmarese government said on Monday that it ...

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World’s biggest king penguin colony shrinks 90 percent

PARIS (AFP) – The planet’s largest colony of king penguins has declined by nearly 90 percent in three decades, alarmed researchers said Monday. The last time scientists set foot on France’s remote Ile aux Cochons — roughly half way between the tip of Africa and Antarctica — the island was ...

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N. Korea developing new missiles: report

WASHINGTON (AFP) – US intelligence agencies have found that North Korea is building new missiles, based on satellite photographs taken in recent weeks and other new evidence, The Washington Post reported Monday. Just weeks after a high-stakes summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Pyongyang ...

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Refugee death was preventable: Australian coroner

Muslum Times(Web Desk) – An Australian coroner rules that the death in 2014 of an asylum seeker at a notorious Canberra-run Pacific camp was “preventable,” calling on the government to improve its healthcare services to offshore detention centers. Iranian national Hamid Khazaei, 24, lost his life in September 2014, two ...

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