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Saudi Arabia and Gulf Nations Joyously Honor Eid-ul-Adha Today

Today, countries worldwide, including Gulf nations, are reveling in the joyous celebration of Eid ul-Adha. Majestic congregations thronged Makkah and Madinah for Eid prayers, while pilgrims partook in the symbolic stoning of the Jamarat.In Saudi Arabia and other Gulf territories, Eid ul-Adha is marked with solemn religious reverence. The Grand Mosque in Makkah and the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah saw millions of worshippers coming together for spiritually uplifting prayer sessions.Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, Grand Mufti of…

East of the DRC: A Ceremony Held Near Bukavu to Honor the Fallen

In the eastern part of the DRC on April 25, 2024, the head of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO) - an organization gradually withdrawing from the country - and local authorities attended a ceremony to close a MONUSCO base near Bukavu in the South Kivu province plagued by armed groups. Home to a significant Pakistani peacekeeping contingent. Story.

EDITORIAL: Somalia’s moment of honor should be rewarded with a free

EDITORIAL | It is not every day that Somalis have emerged from smiles. That is why the whole country is celebrating the success of Prime Minister Hussein Roble's marathon talks with federal presidents, which led to an agreement on Thursday. Somalis have been so tired of the constant wrestling that a political agreement announced on Thursday looked like a monkey pulling our backs. It has taken more than eight months to try and fail. At one point, the stakeholders dug into each other's heels and accused each other of having…

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