World Bulletin / News Desk
Tawakkol Karman, the Nobel Peace prize winner for 2011, has donated her cash prize to the families of those killed during the Arab Spring revolution in Yemen. A status update on her Facebook page revealed that she had given her $500,000 prize money to charity.
"I have waited for this to dedicate the most precious of what I own to the greatest of those whom I have ever loved," said Karman.
Karman became the first Arab woman and the youngest person ever to become a Nobel Peace winner for her efforts for freedom during the revolution.
With fears that there are attempts to spoil the consensus, both presidential contenders have downplayed the threats from from ISIL members saying that the Tunisian people will not be intimidated by these threats.
UN Secretary General has urged local communities to strictly follow health guidelines to stop the spread of the disease.
Despite the promise of $5.4 billion in in aid, only $100 million has been given for shelter and repair, with that money running out in January 2015.
Vaccination rates in Syria have plunged to 52% and contaminated water spreading typhoid and malaria in Syria
Sent home after raising yellow umbrellas at Macau pier during Chinese president’s visit to mark region’s handover anniversary
Israeli forces fired rubber bullets and teargas to disperse Palestinians who had gathered demonstrations against the Israeli occupation in the West Bank
Egypt police detained 102 members of the Muslim Brotherhood group in raids in five cities...
Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said Germany is ready to do its bit to provide humanitarian assistance for Syrian refugees
Turkish citizens travelling to or living in Lebanon should be careful and vigilant, the Turkish Foreign Ministry has said
Fresh casualties put militant death toll at nearly 100 in three days after brutal Pakistani Taliban attack on school in northwestern city of Peshawar.
6 people have died as a result of the siege by the Al-Shabaab, making it difficult to transfer basic commodities with those transferred in trucks being torched or stolen.
Women currently serve on the front line but do not allow them to join units whose main aim is to engage and kill the enemy.
Former North Korean computer science professor says that the ultimate goal in cyber strategy would be to attack the national infrastructure of South Korea and United States.
Netanyahu has warned that a proposed resolution lodged with the UN council would lead to a takover of the West Bank by Hamas.
Around 8,000 Peshmerga took part in the operation that was backed by coalition airstrikes
"I wouldn't rule out a visit from President Castro,” says White House press secretary Josh Earnest