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Climate insecurity likely to trigger more conflicts

Climatic changes such as drought fuel herder–farmer conflicts, as they compete with one another for fewer resources.

23 dead in Islamist attacks on two Somalian bases

"Al-Shabaab attackers carried out a complex attack on two military bases in Lower Shabelle province this morning," government spokesman Ismael Mukhtar said here.

Oxfam says international response to famine ‘dangerously inadequate’

"The international community's response to global food insecurity has been dangerously inadequate."

Indsom Chamber Of Commerce set up in Hyderabad

Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of the Industries and Commerce and IT, said the Telangana govt would support the Indsom Chamber Of Commerce in promoting trade and commerce

Somalians stranded in Hyderabad repatriated from RGIA

A relief charter flight of Daallo Airlines landed from Mogadishu (Somalia) via Muscat as a ferry flight on Saturday at 9.30 am and departed two hours later with the 128 passengers to Somalia via Muscat.

What is a locust plague?

At a time when India is fighting Covid-19 pandemic, the worst locust attack in 27 years has become an added concern

Life saving surgery performed on Somalia patient

Dahir afrah Mohamed, a farmer, was caught in firing between rival groups. A bullet tore into his urethra and exited through right buttock

Israeli farmer remixes ancient scents near Dead Sea

The trees grow in places like Somalia, Yemen, Ethiopia and Oman but Erlich has planted them at his Balm of Gilead Farm.

Hundreds of refugees protest outside Australian Parliament

Most were in Australia on three-year visas or five-year visas that are available to refugees who agree to live outside the major cities.

Commemoration of World Refugee Day held in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Focusing on the need to take steps in solidarity with refugees, Save the Children and United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) organised...

Trump under fire for ‘racist’ attack on US congresswomen

"Viciously telling the people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth, how our government is to be run."

More than 70 million forcibly displaced worldwide: UNHCR

Majority need international refugee protection, as of today, only around half a million have taken the step of formally applying for asylum.

Brand OU to woo foreign students

Promotional video on the varsity to be hosted on social media

War kills over 100,000 babies a year: Save the Children

In the 10 worst-hit countries, a conservative estimate of 550,000 infants died as a result of fighting between 2013 and 2017.

Canada to welcome over 1 mn new immigrants

The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has pledged $5.6 million to support global resettlement initiatives.

Somalian woman gets to walk after two years

The 51-year-old woman underwent a complex procedure involving surgical cutting of bone for realignment and knee replacement surgery at Virinchi Hospitals

Lacking in depth

Thomson Reuters' report dubbing India as the worst place to be a woman is too casual and condescending

You can’t eat samosa in Somalia

Certain countries have banned condiments that are household staples everywhere.

China remains world’s top executioner: Amnesty International

Amnesty International recorded at least 2,591 death sentences in 53 countries in 2017.

Patient from Somalia undergoes surgery at Apollo Hyderabad

According to doctors, both the hips of Mukhtar Hilowli were fused following a severe bout of infection way back in 1986.

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