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Unexpected Deaths of Innocent Civilians: Fearful Villagers in Rakhine Fleeing From Their Homes

More and more villagers are fleeing their homes in western Myanmar’s war-torn Rakhine state, even though they live in areas with no active fighting...

Fighting Has Intensified Across Many Afghan Provinces

  A mortar attack on a school Saturday in the volatile southeastern Ghazni province of Afghanistan killed at least four school students and injured more...

Hundreds Of Afghan Civilians Were Displaced Due To IS

  In the last few weeks, at least 160 families have been displaced in eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province by Islamic State attacks and fighting between...

Surge in Religious Extremism: Balochistan civilians likely to be targeted by Pakistani Forces, says Activist

New Delhi, September 10, 2016: Balochistan, Pakistan’s largest province by area which has experienced insurgency by Baloch separatists, targeted killings, and disappearance of Baloch people...

First batch of 5,000 Syrians evacuating war-torn town of Daraya, under a new deal

Damascus, August 27, 2016: The first batch of Syrians on Friday started to leave the besieged town of Daraya under the new deal that...

Ten-year-old Syrian Boy Ali Daqneesh Dies of his Wounds in Aleppo

BEIRUT, August 21, 2016: The brother of a wounded Syrian boy who gained international attention has died, say the Opposition activists. On Sunday, the Britain-based Syrian...

PM Narendra Modi criticises Pakistan of its 15-year terror bill of $118 Billion

The reports revealed that as many as 141 terrorists and 64 civilians were killed across the state between 2013 and July 10, 2016 ...

Syrian Doctors appeal to President Barack Obama to End Bombings, Sieges in Aleppo

August 11, 2016: Aleppo, the second-largest city in Syria, where the civil war broke out in the county five years ago and remains caught...

Assam Terror Attack: 12 civilians and 1 militant killed in Gun Battle in Kokrajhar

The attackers first hurled a grenade and then began to fire into the crowd Four terrorists were on the run and an AK-56...

Kashmir Violence: Two killed as India blames Pakistan for Kashmir trouble

Two fresh killings occurred in south Kashmir's Qazigund area - known as the gateway of Kashmir - on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway People...

Pakistan army chief confirms death penalty of 12 “Hardcore Terrorists”

The army said all the men had admitted their offences before the magistrates and the trial court Eleven convicts belonged to the Tehreek-e-Taliban...

Muhammed Faris: The First Syrian to visit Space is now a Refugee in Turkey

The fighting that erupted in Syriya in the year 2011 led many homeless and most than 2 millions have made Turkey their new home....

Innocent Civilians suffer the most in Lethal Combat against the Taliban

Taliban promises to avenge former leader Mullah Mansour's death Innocent civilians caught in a crossfire between Taliban and the Afghan Government Security experts...

Two civilians injured in Pakistan ceasefire violation in Jammu

Two civilians were injured in overnight shelling by Pakistan Rangers in Samba district of Jammu region.

Ceasefire violations: Indian envoy summoned over Pakistani civilian deaths

By NewsGram Staff Writer Islamabad: In yet another case of ceasefire violations, Pakistan summoned a senior Indian diplomat to the foreign ministry on Friday and...

Eight injured in Kashmir grenade blast

Srinagar: four troopers and four civilians were injured on Wednesday in a grenade explosion in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district, police said.  "Militants hurled a grenade...

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