Over 1,400 individuals have been killed by land mines in the past three years alone, while more than 4.5 million Yemenis were disabled in land mine explosions as of March 2020.
Violence erupted at a Beirut rally organised by Hizbullah and Amal to demand the dismissal of the judge who is investigating the port blast.
China has been providing Iran cover for various money laundering and illegal activities as the ties between the two regimes deepen after the 25-year agreement was signed in March.
Afghans say the horrifying event violates human rights principles and Islam, and are demanding the Taliban not turn Afghanistan once again into the 'darkest country in the world'.
Mahmood Rashid Amur al-Habsi used several companies to facilitate shipments of Iranian oil to foreign customers, circumventing restrictions related to Iran.
The targeting of local residents and internally displaced persons has drawn public outrage, and appears to be part of a larger plan to gain control of the province.
Amnesty International detailed dozens of cases of shocking abuse and rape by Syrian intelligence officials on returnees, including cases of sexual violence on adolescents and teenagers.
The denunciation came after Saudi forces intercepted three missiles and three bomb-laden drones. Scattered debris wounded two children.
The Marib military court's verdict makes it clear that the perpetrators of crimes against the Yemeni state and people 'will not escape punishment'.
A young woman claims to have been held in a secret Chinese jail for dissidents and Uighurs in the UAE in what may be the first evidence that Beijing is operating a 'black site' beyond its borders.