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Nigerian army released 25 children cleared of suspected ties with terrorist: UNICEF

The Nigerian army has released 25 children after clearing them of suspected ties with terrorist groups in the country’s restive…

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Iraq

Iraq discuss to Syrian Kurds to return 31000 displaced Iraqis

Syria’s Kurds on Thursday announced a deal with Baghdad for 31,000 displaced Iraqis in camps mostly housing women and children…

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Yemen

Saudi-led airstrikes kill 10 women in western Yemen

Warplanes operated by a Saudi Arabian-led coalition waging war on Yemen have raided a farm in the west of the…

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Articles

Glance at the state of Shiites, women, immigrants in Saudi Arabia

The Shiite minority of Saudi Arabia has always been subjected to tough political, economic, cultural, and religious discriminations. Their main…

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Iraq

Dozens of kidnapped Iraqis freed as clashes renew in Mosul

Iraqi forces have freed dozens of kidnapped children and women during a clearing operation in the Old City of Mosul…

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Iraq

Daesh families join final battle for Mosul: Iraqi commanders

Iraqi commanders engaged in an operation to liberate the northern city of Mosul say family members of Daesh terrorists have…

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Saudi Arab

Amnesty Intl. calls on Saudi Arabia to free rights activist ‘immediately’

Amnesty International has lambasted Saudi Arabia for detaining a women’s rights activist for the second time, calling on the kingdom…

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Yemen

3 women killed in Saudi rocket attack on northwestern Yemen

Three women have been killed when Saudi military forces launched a rocket attack against a residential area in Yemen’s northwestern…

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Iran

Takfiri Ideology Has No Respect for Women’s Rights: Iran’s UN Ambassador

Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Gholam Ali Khoshroo said women have suffered the most at the hands of extremism…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi Election to UN Women’s Rights Group Likened to ‘Making an Arsonist into Fire Chief’

Rights groups were outraged after an announcement from the United Nations that Saudi Arabia was elected to the body’s women’s…

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