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"US behaviour rendering nuclear deal meaningless," pointed out Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a letter to EU foreign policy chief.
Morocco’s ‘cargo women’ carry goods worth millions of Euros on their backs.
Bangladesh refugee camps for Rohingya Muslims are on the brink of a "public health disaster," Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has warned, saying filthy water and faeces flow through shanties bursting with Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in Myanmar....
Traffic is still rare in Syria's Dayr al-Zawr due to a fuel shortage, but life has slowly returned to its markets since government forces broke the siege of the city. Russian-backed government forces on September 5 ended the Islamic State group's three-...
In early August 2017, a young Arab prince bursting with confidence strode onto the Washington diplomatic stage. Khalid bin Salman, younger brother of the all-powerful Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had just been appointed his country’s ambassador to the United States....
The resistance group of Hamas has publicly agreed to all major demands by President Mahmoud Abbas for a reconciliation deal with Fatah, meant to lead to elections and a unity government.
Saudi Arabia has insisted the time is not right for an independent international inquiry into the war in Yemen, despite growing evidence of human rights violations caused by the Saudi-led campaign against the Houthis.
Libyans have described their fears of an emboldened Islamic State reasserting itself in vast swathes of lawless territory, as the group seeks to re-establish a new power base after the fall of Mosul in Iraq and ongoing operations to end its control of Raqqa and Deir Ezzor ...
Aishe was 16 when she completed the Hajj. Coming all the way from China, she made the journey to Mecca with her father.
Turkish president says AKP members showing signs of 'tiredness and weariness' would have to leave the party before the 2019 elections
The UN has finally reacted to a deadly and destructive Saudi military crackdown against an eastern Shiite town, urging the regime in Riyadh to respect human rights.
Staffs at Sabeen hospital in the Yemeni capital Sana’a sternly warn of the present condition in braving cholera.
As Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stressed, he plans to keep 50 percent of the cabinet members in his second term in office, it would on the face of it seem that Speculation has been rife in Iranian media outlets about what Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s next ...
Albeit the official investigation clearly held the attack “deliberate,” the mainstream French media failed to cover it.
Like previous years, the center organized the competition in the holy month of Ramadan.
Widespread Islamophobia is making American and European governments ignore the greatest human rights debacle of the 21st century: the Syrian Refugee Crisis.
Yemeni army has reportedly targeted, destroyed Saudi gunboats with missiles in its southwestern coast in the Red Sea.
Egypt has taken advantage of the West Asia’s wide-ranging disorder. Cairo has strongly returned to consistence with the US and the Israeli regime in joint security partnership. But the growing Cairo’s dependence on the Persian Gulf Arab states’ financial resources, especially ...
The execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr in Saudi Arabia represents another assault by Riyadh on the forces of reform and political empowerment in the Muslim world, warned the London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC).
What follows here is the annual report of the programs and activities advanced by World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought from the 28th edition of Int’l Unity Conference to its 29th Edition