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Aldar Khalil, a Syrian Kurdish politician and co-chair of the Democratic Society Movement, told AFP on Wednesday that the Kurds would accept the deplo .. Read More

Profile Picture UNITED NATIONS, Jan 17 (APP):UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for stepping up efforts in fighting climate chang .. Read More

BEIJING, Jan 17 (APP):Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has airlifted 860 tonnes of cargo from China to Pakistan during the last year registering .. Read More

US Vice President Mike Pence speaks as House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) listens after a meeting with President Donald Trump and Congression .. Read More

British Prime Minister Theresa May has asked MPs to work together to set out what parliament does want.In a televised address to the nation, she set o .. Read More

Photo: AFP A suicide attack killed four US personnel in northern Syria Wednesday, costing Washington its worst combat losses in the war-torn country s .. Read More

PHOTO: AFP NEW DELHI:Indian emergency workers said on Thursday they have found the body of one of 15 miners trapped inside a so-called ‘rat hole .. Read More

May emerged victorious on Wednesday night in a confidence vote triggered by the opposition Labour party. PHOTO: AFP LONDON:British Prime Minister Ther .. Read More

Photo: AFP A suicide attack killed four US personnel in northern Syria Wednesday, costing Washington its worst combat losses in the war-torn country s .. Read More

There were no reports of injuries or damage from the eruption on Kuchinoerabu, in the far south of Japan.A local official said there had been no evacu .. Read More

US President Donald Trump is due to unveil a comprehensive review of America's anti-missile systems on Thursday.Officials said Trump had ordered an an .. Read More

New York ranked the 6th most-visited city in the world for foreign tourist. PHOTO: AFP NEW YORK:A record-breaking 65.2 million tourists visited New Yo .. Read More

Profile Picture UNITED NATIONS, Jan 17 (APP):A comprehensive programme awaits the United Nations General Assembly President, Maria Fernanda Esp .. Read More

A stunning 24-hour span saw May on Tuesday dealt the heaviest drubbing by parliament in modern British political history — 432 votes to 202 — over the .. Read More

LONDON, Jan 17 (APP):Theresa May has survived as prime minister after weathering a dramatic no-confidence vote in her government, but was left scrambl .. Read More

In Turkey, five workers have been killed and eight others injured in a fire at a factory in Ankara.In a statement, Turkish Deputy Interior Minister Me .. Read More

British Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a no- confidence vote in the parliament.On the occasion, she appealed to MPs from across the political .. Read More

Seeking an “authentic” experience as he backpacked through war-torn Afghanistan, Dutch tourist Ciaran Barr searched the Couchsurfing websi .. Read More

Recent arrest and release of a senior Taliban leader in Peshawar termed as pressurising tactic. PHOTO: FILE PESHAWAR:The arrest of a senior Taliban le .. Read More

Malaysia’s foreign minister said Wednesday that the government will not budge over a ban on Israeli athletes in a para swimming competition and has de .. Read More

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Thanks for having provided knowledge to the world about the ordeal the little beautiful Haura is going through. A crowdfunding campaign should be promoted in order to raise the required amount of money to pay for treatment. I'm sure that when informed about this matter many people of goodwill will contribute including myself. Great shame on those who taunt little beautiful Haura for the severe illness affecting her. Do these people call themselves Muslims? Did they forget the wonderful name of Allah The Compassionate? Doesn't ever occur to them the thought that perhaps the ordeal of little beautiful Haura is a means for the All Powerful to probe the heart of those who call themselves المؤمنين (believers)? ... View News
Mario64, Italy 27 May, 2018

this person is responsible for massacres he kill my grandfather he's also responsible for thousands of death he's devil himself God doesn't want him in the masjid ... View News
Jimmy, D.C. 24 Sep, 2017

Scientists say, by 2050 we won't have enough food worldwide. But of course this situation will not occure from one year to the other. First, foods will become more expensive, some years later some foods will disappeare from our supermarkets' shelves. Some poorer countries will be affected sooner, richer countries will be affected later. And it seems that some countries are affected already today. Egypt already seems to have a similar problem. What are the reasons for the lack of food? - Overpopulation. The world population is already very high. This causes a lot of further problems. And unfortunatelly the population is still growing, especially in Sout Asia and Africa. - Overfishing. Unfortunatelly not a new problem. - Climate change. Causing rainfall decline over subtropical land and expanding deserts. Crop failures because of extreme wheater conditions. If we are able to reduce the world population, a lot of further problems would be solved automatically too. I am ready to help. ... View News
entrance, st. pölten 25 Nov, 2016

These people have been equipped and organised by the US and west to malign Islam. ... View News
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