Afghanistan: Farah offensive k...

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Kabul, May 24 (IBNS): At least 11 Taliban militants were gunned down in an anti-terrorism offensive by Afghanistan's special forces, reports said.
Amnesty International reveals Rohingya armed group massacred scor...
Naypyidaw: A Rohingya armed group brandishing guns and swords is responsible for at least one, and potentially a second, massacre of up to 99 Hindu women, men, and children as well as additional unlawful killings and abductions of Hindu villagers in August 2017, Amnesty International revealed on Tuesday after carrying out a detailed investigation inside Myanmar’s Rakhine State.
Syrian terrorists relocating to Afghanistan, says Russian Defence...
Moscow/Kabul, May 23 (IBNS): Sounding alert, Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu has reportedly said that militants from Syria are relocating to Afghanistan.
UN pays tribute to the Organization’s founding mothers
New York, May 23 (IBNS): Women have played a pivotal role in the United Nations since its inception in 1945, including in the first international agreement proclaiming gender equality as a fundamental human right: the UN Charter.
New project safeguards Rohingya refugees; boosts local farming ...
New York, May 23 (IBNS): A major canal dredging project underway in Southern Bangladesh to protect Rohingya refugees from monsoon floods, will have the added benefit of boosting local agriculture, the United Nations migration agency said Tuesday.
UN calls on Algeria to stop expelling thousands of sub-Saharan Af...
New York, May 23 (IBNS): The United Nations human rights office (OHCHR) has called on the Algerian Government to stop collectively expelling thousands of migrants, particularly from sub-Saharan Africa, saying it violates international human rights law.
UN chief urges governments to shield more civilians from violence...
New York, May 23 (IBNS): With more than 128 million people worldwide requiring immediate humanitarian aid, mostly due to war and violence, the United Nations Secretary-General has urged the international community to do more to protect civilians caught in conflict.
Adelaide Archbishop to step down from post following conviction
Melbourne, May 23 (IBNS): Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson has announced on Wednesday that he will be stepping down from his post after an Australian court found him guilty of concealing child sex abuse complaints.
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