Day: November 15, 2016

Turkish President Claims Europe Is Not Ready For Refugees

  The Turkish president issued a veiled threat to unleash a wave of refugees on Europe as EU officials warn of a potential collapse of the union’s deal with Ankara, which has curbed the flow of refugees across the Aegean Sea. According to AlJazeera, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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Sufi Muslims Targeted By ISIS In Balochistan Shrine Bombing

An attack on a Sufi shrine in Pakistan has taken 52 lives and injured at least 100 more. ISIL soon claimed responsibility for the attack which was carried out against devotees during a significant time of the Sufi year. The remoteness of the shrine’s location in Pakistan’s Balochistan region made

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Ceasefire Breaks Down In Drought-Stricken Somalia

  A ceasefire between two major Somali regional groups broke down violently last Sunday, with clashes killing at least 29 people and wounding over 50. The two regions involved, Galmadug and Puntland, have had a violent history and share a common border in the central Somali city of Galkayo where the

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