A vast area of the meadow is littered with live unexploded shells that go off from time to time, mutilating and killing the villagers who go to graze their cattle.
13:26, 07 December 2013 Saturday
Russia's deputy foreign minister Mihail Bogdanov spoke on Russia's policy towards Syria, Palestine and the Kurdish issue.
Minister Ibrahim Saif said economic growth expected to hover at around 3.5 percent in 2014 would be supported by faster spending from a $5 billion fund allocated to Jordan by Gulf states in December 2011.
Radwa Shalabi, one of the 14 young female students jailed last week in Egypt, was due to graduate from the Nuclear and Radiation Engineering Department of Alexandria's Faculty of Engineering on Thursday.
All rival sides of Afghanistan don't touch each other's families living in Islamabad.
Jarba said Iran should only be allowed to attend if it stopped taking part in the bloodshed in Syria and withdrew its forces and proxies.
Former PM of the Syrian National Coalition warned against an autonomous Kurdish region in northern Syria.
Jamaat-e-Islami lawmaker Hamidur Rahman Azad said that the government has attacked the sentiment of the Muslims in the country by harassing Muslims and the Islamic education system.
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have tightened controls on clerics over the crisis in Egypt and Syria.
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, the chairman of the All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC), insisted that Turkey was one of the countries that are most unequivocal in their support for the Kashmiri cause.
Russian government sources said President Viktor Yanukovich's decision had become all but inevitable after a mysterious meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Nov. 9
"Spying is very common, I have no doubt that Indonesia is also spying on Australia, but it became a real problem when it emerged that the president's and his wife's phone were monitored and that is specifically very much like an intrusion," says Australian academic
Traffic-related deaths have been increasing since 2000, and motorcyclist deaths have risen nearly 1,000 percent since 1996.
Senior Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Ali Beshr said the group would accept the outcome of a referendum on both plans if necessary guarantees are provided.
An international aid agency is expressing concern over the growing number of Syrian refugee children being forced into child labour to help their families survive.
Some political analysts believe that the twin bombings a "direct message" to Iran.
Iraq's Gorran regards peace as a way to strengthen Turkey’s position in the region.
A new voting option allowing voters to reject all candidates concerns pro-India politicians, while independence leaders believes either case is a "win-win situation"
Reminiscent of Ottoman culture has been still found in northern Niger, in the city of Istanbulewa, with a certain reference to Ottoman capital, Ottoman flag is waving even today.
Denise A. Spellberg talks about her book that looks at the impact that Islam, in particular a copy of the Qur’an owned by Thomas Jefferson, had on the birth of the US Constitution and the concept of religious freedom
Greek city Thessaloniki is host of many Ottoman works of art most of which are scrambling to survive despite lack of restoration