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Saudi Arabia reconsiders stoning sentence of Sri Lankan woman

Saudi Arabia reconsiders stoning sentence of Sri Lankan woman

A Saudi court has decided to reopen the case of a Sri Lankan woman who was sentenced to death by stoning for adultery, according to a Sri Lankan government minister. Harsha de Silva, the deputy foreign minister, told parliament on Tuesday 8th December that an appeals court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital, has decided to […]

Red Cross seeking permission to work in ISIS territory

Red Cross seeking permission to work in ISIS territory

  The International Committee of the Red Cross has said it is trying to establish relations with ISIS in hopes of delivering aid to the 10 million people living under its control as ICRC Director-General Yves Daccord told AFP in an interview. “We have a very clear humanitarian vision. First, what we see is 10 million people. […]

[Indonesia Report] Illegal immigrants escape Indonesian detention facility

[Indonesia Report] Illegal immigrants escape Indonesian detention facility

Some 20 illegal immigrants from Middle East countries again escaped from the East Java Immigration Detention Center’s temporary detention facility in Madiun, East Java, Indonesia on Friday (Sept 14). They escaped through window, climbed a wall and then moved onto the roof of a house next to the hotel used as the immigration temporary detention […]

“We Will Take Victory”

“We Will Take Victory”

An anti-government tribal armed force member escorts protestors on their way to Sanaa, capital of Yemen, Dec. 23, 2011. Hundreds of protestors left south Yemen’s Taiz Province on Tuesday for a four-day march towards the capital to demand the prosecution of outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh. <Photo: Xinhua/Mohammed> news@theasian.asia  

Syrian Protesters Head to Sanaa

Syrian Protesters Head to Sanaa

Anti-government tribal armed force members escort protestors on their way to Sanaa, capital of Yemen, Dec. 23, 2011. Hundreds of protestors left south Yemen’s Taiz Province on Tuesday for a four-day march towards the capital to demand the prosecution of outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh. <Photo: Xinhua/Mohammed> news@theasian.asia

Protesters March to Sanaa

Protesters March to Sanaa

Protestors are on their way to Sanaa, capital of Yemen, Dec. 23, 2011. Hundreds of protestors left south Yemen’s Taiz Province on Tuesday for a four-day march towards the capital to demand the prosecution of outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh. <Photo: Xinhua/Mohammed> news@theasian.asia  

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