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 Palestinian officials said Israeli military forces have killed 3,000 Palestinian minors and injured many more since the Second Intifada (uprising), also known as the al-Aqsa Intifada, took place in September 2000.

The United Nations says the cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen has claimed the lives of nearly 600 people in about a month amid a deadly Saudi military campaign against the impoverished Arab country.

The United Nations has warned of total collapse of impoverished Yemeni nation as the country is grappling with deadly military atrocities by Saudi Arabia, impending famine and spreading cholera.

The United Nations named a trio of independent experts Tuesday to investigate widespread allegations of killings, rape and torture by Myanmar security forces against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state.

A seminar entitled "The Role and Responsibility of Religious and Social Leaders in Guiding Community" will be held on June 3, in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the contribution of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

HRW said Israel was seeking to make the Palestinian natives of occupied al-Quds ('Jerusalem') a minority in their own city by stepping up the demolition of their homes

The United Nations’ Yemen envoy says more than seven million people are facing the risk of famine in the impoverished country, which has been under incessant Saudi attacks for more than two years.

A car bomb exploded at a predominantly Shia neighborhood in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, killing 13 people and injuring 24 others.

The situation in Syria's safe zones is stable, with 10 ceasefire violations registered in the last 24 hours by Russia and one more — by Turkey, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Monday.

Muslims in the Middle Eastern countries will have to fast for up to 17 hours daily (from dawn to dusk) during Ramadan.

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