A man, carrying a gun, walks past cattle at the Kirgui village in Udier, South Sudan. Agence France-Presse
International donors are gathering in Brussels hoping to drum up $9 billion to help Syrians uprooted by the country's bloody civil war, as European countries warn the money must not prop up President Bashar Al Assad.
Fighters of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces raised their yellow flag in Baghouz, the remote riverside village where diehard militants of a variety of nationalities made a desperate, dramatic last stand.
The biggest UN humanitarian convoy yet to operate inside Syria has successfully distributed aid to 40,000 desperate people in a hard-to-access desert camp near the country’s southern border with Jordan, the Office for the Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) announced on Friday.
Classical economic theories suggest that the greater the temptation, the less likely we are to be honest -- but a new study turns the idea on its head, finding that altruism, and a powerful aversion to viewing oneself as a "thief," outweigh the financial incentives.
Astrophysics professor Hassan Ali Dal explained on Twitter, “The mysterious object is a fireball which usually appears when a meteor starts to burn in the atmosphere.”
As a part of their keenness on consolidating fraternity and human values, the Hatta Police Station, in cooperation with the Spirit of the Union Volunteers, has organised a community-based initiative targeting labourers in the jurisdiction areas.
In a series of tweets, Farrukh said the report showed that the country’s cost of living was 18.58 with 225.19 million population, followed by Afghanistan and India where the cost of living was 24.51 and 25.14 with population of 39.835 million and 1.39 billion, respectively.
The Traffic and Patrols Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police confirmed that the noise in the vehicle causes a state of panic, tension and nervousness among other motorists, road users and residents of neighbourhoods where noisy cars pass, especially children and the elderly.