World Bulletin / News Desk
"Association of Tunisian Women" has stressed that more than 300 women who were locked in jail during the ousted leader, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, had been forgotten.
Ibtihal Abdullatif, the president of the association, told AA on Thursday that members of the association prepare files of the jailed women who complain from being neglected.
Abdullatif underlined that some of the female prisoners are sexually abused and being raped and some die as they do not receive cancer treatment.
Abdullatif added that in order to atone female prisoners who are being harmed because of their thoughts and for them to receive treatment there will be more attention being given to females in the new term. Also president of the association said that they demand an amnesty to prisoners of thought.
Al-Shabaab have claimed responsibility for attack which took place at Somali military base near Mogadishu
On September 22, 1979, the American Vela 6911 satellite designed to detect nuclear tests from orbit, observed a curious double flash originating near the Prince Edward Islands off the coast of Antarctica in the southern Atlantic.
PM Cazeneuve cites concerns over terrorist threats as France holds presidential and parliamentary elections next year
Many incoming cabinet members have railed against the worker protections and environmental and corporate regulations that President Barack Obama has enacted.
A Xinjiang official told the Global Times that the new policy tightening was intended to maintain social order in the region.
The two officials have met to discuss agreement on the cooperation of defence
Trump has said that he would create a Muslim registry or database during his campaign for the White House, saying it would be possible through “good management.” Then, a Trump surrogate brought up the wartime incarceration of Japanese-Americans as a “precedent” for creating such a registry.
More than 90 soldiers were killed and 100 were injured after US warplanes hit Iraqi army units
Italy was plunged into political uncertainty by the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi following a crushing referendum defeat.
Four people have been killed after a train derailment caused a fire
A mild earthquake was felt along the central coast and on nearby islands.
Biden's two-day visit to Ottawa, which started with the dinner hosted by Trudeau on Thursday, came as Canada's regional leaders met in the capital to finalize a national climate strategy.
Investigations are ongoing, but Colombia's civil aviation safety chief has said the plane disregarded international rules on fuel reserves.
Most of Bulgaria's fleet of MiG-29s have been in constant need of repairs in recent years.
The US refining system is already the largest in the world, with some 139 refineries in operation, according to Davis Refinery. Most petroleum refining operations are along the US Gulf Coast.
Military spokesman Badare Akintoye had earlier said "at least 30 people have been killed in the suicide blasts carried out by two female suicide bombers in the market."