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  • Yemen cholera cases could exceed 600,000 in 2017: Red Cross
    More than 600,000 people are expected to contract cholera in Yemen this year, the International Committee of the Red Cross warned Sunday as the war-torn country's healthcare system faces collapse.
  • WHO sees high risk from Kenya cholera outbreak
    An outbreak of cholera in Kenya poses a high risk to the region and a moderate threat globally, the World Health Organization said on Friday, adding that Yemen's cholera outbreak also is far from being controlled.
  • Eight dead in Senegal stadium crush
    Published on Jul 15, 2017 Eight people were killed during Senegal's football league final in Dakar on Saturday in a stampede that broke out following clashes between supporters that were met by police firing tear gas.
  • Iran, Nigeria seeking technology cooperation
    Iran and Nigeria have expressed their willingness to strengthen partnership in technology.
  • 2b people don’t have access to clean water
    More than two billion people lack access to clean and safe drinking water, according to a new report released by the World Health Organization (WHO).
  • Israel lacks any sympathy towards Muslims
    Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani condemned some Muslim countries efforts to establish ties with Israeli regime underlining that the result would not be unfavorable as Israel has always been hostile to Muslims.
  • Al-Shabab beheads nine civilians in Kenya village
    Al-Shabab terrorists from neighboring Somalia beheaded nine civilians in an early-morning attack on a village in the southeast, Kenyan officials said Saturday, as concerns grew that the group had taken up a bloody new strategy.
  • Migrant influx to Europe tops 100,000 in 2017
    More than 100,000 migrants have made the perilous Mediterranean crossing to Europe this year, the UN said Tuesday, amid mounting tensions among EU nations on how to tackle the crisis.
  • Dozens feared drowned after 'migrant boat sinks off Libya'
    Some 60 people are missing and believed drowned after the dinghy they were on sank off Libya, the International Organization for Migration said Friday, citing survivor testimony.
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