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  • Once up on a time in Indonesia. Date was on December 26th of December 2004. Nola, a cute seven year’s old little girl was watching television from home and suddenly she felt like her home is shaking. Her mom rushed her like a wind and ran out of the home by holding her tight. But the situation seems like nothing to worry and returned back home by seeing the quiet climate. But within the next 10 mi
    Fri May 29, 2015
  • Ramadan literally termed as the ninth month of calendar and the month of fasting for preaching and reaching Allah. When Ramadan comes, all the Islamic devotees get energized and excited to put up the lanterns and decorations all around to welcome the blessed month. We must welcome Ramadan with neat and tidy home, in neat dress and with prayers. Ramadan is the reminder of renewal of your mind and l
    Fri May 29, 2015
  • The visitors of ICNA bazaar can see a mock house incorporated with reality tour of the life of a girl in Zaatari camp in Jordan. Visitors can have a virtual reality of this from here by putting on Google glasses. ICNA aims to showcase how they and IRUSA donors help the refugees and make their situation more like a home. They help the refugees in many ways. They provide shelter and necessities to r
    Fri May 29, 2015
  • Engineers in Netherlands are on a mission to build energy generating roads which can produce more energy to households. Last year, engineers had built a 70 meter pilot track to test the effectiveness of this mission project. This was built along a bike path near the Dutch town of Krommenie on the outskirts of Amsterdam. Within first six months of installation it generated 3000kwh energy. And exper
    Wed May 13, 2015
  • Greece is pressured to cut or reduce the pension benefits soon. Pensions now make up 17 percent of Greece’s economy, and they have become a safety net for society as a whole. This year the total pension to be given has reached $18bn and this became government’s biggest expense. The very fact is that a quarter of Greek workers are unemployed and there lacks a big source of contribution to the
    Wed May 13, 2015
  • Saudi Arabia’s new king Salman, who took power in January, will not attend the Camp David summit of United States and Allied Arab Leaders. In his absence, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, the interior minister, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, son of Saudi king will attend the summit Adel al-Jubeir foreign minister of Saudi said that Thursday’s summit coincides with a humanitarian ce
    Wed May 13, 2015
  • Nepal, the home of Mount Everest is well known for its rich history, traditions, myths and legends. And on the other had Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world. The magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck around 80 kilometers northwest of the capital Kathmandu.US geological survey had underlined that this area is seismically most hazardous on earth. Now the death tolls are increasing-says repo
    Tue Apr 28, 2015
  • Non profit humanitarian organization- Islamic Relief USA based in Alexandria is on the mission to financially support the nation struck earthquake refugees in Nepal. The organization will provide relief and development assistance to the people not considering of gender, race, religion etc. central Nepal was struck with the powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake and the country officials are on the road
    Tue Apr 28, 2015
  • In 2003, United Nations announced that human trafficking is a crime. Human trafficking is the trade of humans mainly for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, commercial sexual exploitation, religion conversion, forced marriage and extraction of organs or tissues. Now more than 100 countries have signed in the anti human trafficking legislation. Even though, a big mafia is playing in the b
    Fri Apr 17, 2015
  • Eastern Mediterranean including the low-lying areas of Gaza strip has been left isolated by the torrential rain and flood aftermath. The city administration is trying to regain the actual state and it was announced that there will be few showers in the region. Weather reports say that the heaviest rain fell in Syria with 106mm of rain being reported on Saturday at Bassel al-Assad International Air
    Fri Apr 17, 2015
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