Since the start of the Iraqi military operation to retake Mosul in October last year, more than 144,500 people have been displaced and a majority of them are in desperate need of live-saving humanitarian assistance, the United Nations migration agency has warned.
Around two million people need humanitarian assistance near the Syrian city of Aleppo, including the residents of districts controlled by the government forces, the deputy spokesman for the UN secretary-general said Monday.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on Wednesday redefined the principles of the Islamic Revolution, measures to thwart conspiracy of global arrogance, the issue of Palestine, life standard and the need to eradicate poverty.
A senior Pakistani analyst said the US has accepted the reality that despite being a major power in the world, it cannot solve all world issues on its own and for resolving the Middle East crises it needs Iran.
Sustained funding and support will be vital if the United Nations and its partners are to continue assisting the millions of Iraqis affected by the ongoing crisis in the country, particularly as winter approaches, the world body's top humanitarian official said on Sunday.