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Seven Myanmarese soldiers have acknowledged during a rare court martial hearing that they were involved in the June killing of five villagers in northern Shan State, witnesses say.


Muslims in the Philippines have expressed deep concern over reports of a pledge made by a provincial town mayor to force thousands of Muslim residents out of the settlement, as part of his campaign to counter drug trafficking.

Iran has called on the UN and countries providing arms to Saudi Arabia to adopt measures aimed at halting the kingdom’s killing of women and children in Yemen.

Muslim scholars clearly carry a heavy burden of proposing Islamic unity and proximity of denominations to prevent the people involvement in disagreements and sectarian dispersion.

Beginning of the Supreme Political Council of Yemen manifests unity and cooperation of Yemeni groups and means a return to the accurate process halted by one and half year of imposed war on Sana’a.

The dire situation in the Syrian city of Aleppo continues to be a leading concern for UN agencies.

A fire has ripped through a hospital in the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad, killing 12 premature babies, local officials say.

An Zionist settler riding a motorbike has run over an 85-year-old Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank, fatally injuring the victim.

To mark the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, senior United Nations officials are calling on Governments to improve access to education and ensure that the most vulnerable are not left behind as the journey to achieve the new UN Sustainable Development Goals gets under way.

At least nine Palestinians have reportedly sustained gunshot wounds during clashes with Zionist military forces in the central part of the occupied West Bank.


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