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Series of prolonged and forced invasions, occupations, and cease-fires are to show that wars are never meant to be ended. With over a decade long occupied place, several questions are arising about the health level of the next generation facing the war heat. Yet for few exceptions, there is nothing serious

Iraq- the City of ancients Many old civilization exist on mother earth having different culture, living styles, social norms and other values. These ancient civilizations not only reflect the living styles and culture but they have also passed on the methods of survival, latest trends, social traits, arts and many

After brutal attacks of novice Intruders named ISIS on Iraq it was not a strange announcement on March 24th that the government in Baghdad announced the beginning of operations to regain the control of Mosul city, Iraq’s second largest area wise. Things went better at the starting when Iraqi army

We all have heard of the war that really destabilized both countries for quite some period of time and it also effected the relations of Arab countries with each other. This was Iran Iraq war which was started in September 1980 by Dictator Saddam Hussain, the war throughout, included missiles,

The ratio of Swedes supporting stricter asylum has gone alarmingly up – a recent survey findings reveal that as many as seven out of ten Swedes support the new and controversial decision to tighten the asylum rules. When Prime Minister Stefan Löfvens announded that Sweden would impose stricter asylum rules and

A top Iranian military commander has been killed by ISIS in Syria, where he was advising the Syrian army in its fight against extremists, Iranian state media reported Friday. France said yesterday it had carried out a second wave of strikes overnight on Islamic State targets in Syria and accused

ISLAMABAD:  Opinions are not my thing – I am supposed to be a bringer of news, a person bringing facts from far corners of the world however, time to time I keep crossing that line. I am not supposed to be an opinion maker but I sometimes feel like one.
Syrian refugees, fleeing the violence in their country, cross the border into the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq September 4, 2013. The Syrian refugee crisis may worsen if there is no international reaction in response to last month's alleged chemical weapons attack, Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Wednesday. The two-year Syrian conflict has escalated, driving 2 million refugees abroad, uprooting 5 million within the country and taking at least 100,000 lives, Davutoglu said. Every day, about 5,000 Syrians cross the borders into Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq.  Picture taken September 4, 2013.  REUTERS/ Haider Ala (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

The sight of Syrian war refugees trying to escape a country ravaged by war and find sanctuary in Europe has made quite an impact all over the world. In fact, nothing was as moving as the picture of 3-year old Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi, lying dead on a Turkish beach
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STOCKHOLM:  I have been watching pictures coming from the refugee camps formed at European borders with great interest. A lot of these stories are stories of pain and suffering – the nadir of human despair – making people leave their homes of years and letting them out on an unknown

  ISLAMABAD: India and Pakistan have once again claimed that the working boundary separating Indian and Pakistani held Kashmir has seen cease fire violation and while both parties are adamant that the result in firing is due to the other, tensions have escalated immensely between the two countries. The Pakistani