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Women in Saudi Arabia are allowed to join the military and take up arms, this is the latest profession accord the kingdom has offered to recruit female soldiers. The women now have the privilege to join as soldiers, lance corporals,...

By Khaama Press on Feb 23rd, 2021

Shattered glass is pictured on the floor of a shop following a rocket attack in Arbil, the capital of the northern Iraqi Kurdish autonomous region, on February 15, 2021. – A volley of rockets targeted the Kurdish regional capital in northern...

By Khaama Press on Feb 16th, 2021

An unidentified detainee in Camp 6 of Naval Station Guantánamo Bay, one of 41 Muslim men held in the prison camp. (Photo reviewed and cleared by U.S. military.)David Welna/NPR US President Joe Biden’s aides have launched a formal review...

Image Source: [Yara Nardi/Pool/Reuters] Mario Draghi is appointed the new Prime Minister of Ital and announced a cabinet from all over the country’s political spectrum. A well-known economist accepted his role on Friday and later announced...

By Khaama Press on Feb 13th, 2021

President Joe Biden speaks about his administration’s response to the coup in Myanmar in the South Court Auditorium on the White House complex, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021, in Washington.(Patrick Semansky | AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) American...

By Khaama Press on Feb 11th, 2021

At least 14 people are dead and more than 160 people are missing in deadly flash flooding in India which is triggered by a Himalayan avalanche. People went missing after a glacier burst in the northern part of India in Uttarakhand on...

By Khaama Press on Feb 8th, 2021

Image Source: Social Media In a military coup in Myanmar against the democratically elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, she was detained along with Myanmar’s President Win Myint along with other senior officials of the National League...

Image Source: Associated Press/AP Retired Army General Lloyd Austin makes history for becoming the first black American to be confirmed by the U.S Senate to serve as the Secretary of Defense. He won 93 votes, far more than the simple...

Image Source: Social Media Pakistan on Thursday successfully tested a flight of a Ballistic missile in the Northern Arabian Sea. The surface-to-surface ballistic missile, has the range of hitting a target 2,750 kilometers away, according...

By Mohammad Haroon Alim on Jan 21st, 2021

Image Source Reuters/VOA U.S president Joe Biden signed 15 executive orders, he addressed coronavirus pandemic, climate change, reversed Muslim immigration bans, he also addressed racial inequality. Basically undoing some policies put...

Image Source: Social Media Joe Biden took the oath of office at the U.S Capitol on Wednesday, becoming the 46th president of the United States and seeks to change some of Trump’s executive orders. Biden remarked after swearing-in saying...

Image Source: Social Media Donald Trump on Wednesday left the White House for the Final time of his presidency, before Joe Biden’s inauguration. Trump after taking a helicopter to nearby Andrews base, flew for Florida on Air Force...

Image Source: Social Media A U.S prosecutor said that a man who was frightened to fly due to the pandemic lived for three months undetected in Chicago’s International airport. The 36 years old, Aditya Singh was identified in the airport...

Image Source: Social Media China has noticed a faster economic growth in the fourth quarter of 2020 and the country expects to remain solidly poised to expand more in 2021. The National Bureau of Statistics showed on Monday that the gross...

By Mohammad Haroon Alim on Jan 18th, 2021

This handout photo taken and released on January 15, 2021 by Indonesia’s National Disaster Agency (BASARNAS) shows rescuers looking for survivors trapped in a collapsed building in Mamuju, after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocked Sulawesi...

By Mohammad Haroon Alim on Jan 17th, 2021