Airstrikes hit clinic in Yemen

Five airstrikes hit a Doctors Without Borders health clinic in Yemen Monday, according to a spokeswoman for the nonprofit charitable organization. There were no immediate reports of casualties, said Dalila Mahdawi, but she cautioned that workers who are there are still trying to gather information. It’s unclear who was responsible for the strikes. The incident… Read More Airstrikes hit clinic in Yemen

Saudi blogger Raif Badawi to be flogged for “insulting” Islam

Saudi blogger Raif Badawi has been behind bars since 2012 for his online posts and running a blog called “Saudi Arabian Liberals,” where he hosted political and religious debate and advocated secularism in a highly religious society. He is expected to receive the second 50 lashes of a 1,000-lash sentence soon of which he was… Read More Saudi blogger Raif Badawi to be flogged for “insulting” Islam

Man sentenced to six years imprisonment for possession of $28.5million ammunition invoice

A man received a six-year prison sentence Tuesday after admitting guilt to terror and immigration offenses, British prosecutors said. Police discovered images on his mobile phone showing an invoice for ammunition worth $28.5million and the hiring of a cargo plane to be used in Libya. Abdurraouf Eshati, 29, of Wrexham, Wales, was sentenced Tuesday at… Read More Man sentenced to six years imprisonment for possession of $28.5million ammunition invoice

ISIS executes captives by tying them to pillars and blowing them up

ISIS, which comes up with more and more heinous methods of execution, has ramped up its cruelty. Members of the group tied three people to the pillars in the ancient section of Palmyra and killed them by detonating the pillars, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported. The group said it learned of the killings… Read More ISIS executes captives by tying them to pillars and blowing them up