At least six women have been killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike targeting a funeral in the Yemeni capital, Sana'a.
The United Nations says millions of Damascus residents have difficulty for access to clean water after supplies from the main source for the Syrian capital were disrupted in the wake of contamination due to militant sabotage.
Yemen's new Prime Minister Abdulaziz bin Habtoor has accused UK of participating in war against Yemen by selling arms to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes have reportedly bombarded Yemeni Capital, Sana'a, for several hours in an unprecedented wave of airstrikes against the impoverished nation.
New figures show at least 21,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to neighboring Bangladesh amid 'ethnic cleansing' by Myanmar army
Handout picture shows the iron gate from the Dachau concentration camp bearing the notorious "Arbeit macht frei"
The Yemeni capital of Sana'a is the latest target for Saudi regime warplanes which continue to launch more airstrikes against its neighbor
The number of children living under siege in Syria has doubled in one year to almost half a million, according to a report published by the United Nations Children's Fund on Sunday.
At least 17 people were killed by heavy gunfire and about a dozen more were rounded up and executed after hundreds of civilians trying to leave eastern Aleppo protested against the rebel blockade of exit routes.
UN's Ban Ki-moon warns there is possibility of mass killings to be committed in crisis-hit country following the government restrictions on UN peacekeeper forces
The destruction of schools, mosques, and hospitals is the 'hidden dimension' of the Afghanistan civil war in wake of two decades Taliban militancy,an Afghan official say
Gambia withdrawal announcement comes after South Africa and Burundi declared to withdraw from international criminal court (ICC) earlier this month, third in a row
South Africa intention to withdraw from the International Criminal Court has raised concern of departure of other African countries
Saudi-led coalition Saturday airstrikes on a funeral ceremony in Yemen capital, Sanaa, killing at least 100 people and more than 500 others wounded is an apparent war crime, Human Rights Watch says
The Saudi-led coalition has come under increasing international scrutiny after the coalition airstrikes on Saturday killed more than 140 people and wounded at least 600 others at a funeral on Sanaa
The sea blockade and daily airstrikes by Saudi-coalition are creating famine conditions in the war-torn country, Yemen
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