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  • Cholera cases in Yemen may rise up to 300,000 - UN

    The UN warns there could be 300,000 cases of cholera in Yemen by the end of August. More than 1200 people have died since an outbreak was declared in April. Children account for half of the registered cases to date.

    Cholera cases in Yemen may rise up to 300,000 - UN
    Cholera cases in Yemen may rise up to 300,000 - UN

    The UN warns there could be 300,000 cases of cholera in Yemen by the end of August. More than 1200 people have died since an outbreak was declared in April. Children account for half of the registered cases to date.

    02:35Jun 24, 2017

  • Arab states issue list of demands to end Qatar crisis

    Saudi and other Arab nations have asked Qatar to shut Al Jazeera, close a Turkish base and scale down Iran ties within 10 days. Al Jazeera’s Hashem Ahelbarra reports.

    Arab states issue list of demands to end Qatar crisis
  • UAE denies Human Rights Watch report on secret prisons in Yemen

    Amnesty International has called on the UN for an investigation into allegations that the UAE and its allied Yemeni security forces detained and tortured hundreds of people.

    UAE denies Human Rights Watch report on secret prisons in Yemen
  • ISIL blamed for the destruction of Grand al-Nuri Mosque

    Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has blamed ISIL for the destruction of a centuries old mosque in Mosul. The Grand al-Nuri Mosque is where ISIL's leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi declared a so-called Caliphate three years ago.

    ISIL blamed for the destruction of Grand al-Nuri Mosque
  • Iranian-American Azima under investigation for UAE arms deal

    The FBI is investigating an Iranian-born US businessman Farhad Azima for corrupt global practices. The Associated Press has named the Kansas City resident Azima as the target of an investigation.

    Iranian-American Azima under investigation for UAE arms deal
  • Syrians in rebel-held Douma break their fast amid rubble

    Amid the rubble and violence, hundreds of people gather around the Iftar table in Douma streets.

    Syrians in rebel-held Douma break their fast amid rubble