MADRID, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Human rights in Qatar will improve as it hosts people from all over the globe for the World Cup, bolstering freedom and tolerance in the country, Spain's openly gay Sports Minister Miquel Iceta said on Thursday.
Abu Dhabi, UAECNN — “Today I feel Qatari. Today I feel Arab. Today I feel African. Today I feel gay. Today I feel disabled. Today I feel a migrant worker,” FIFA chief Gianni Infantino said in a fiery tirade on Saturday, comparing his own plight as a redhead son of migrants to that of marginalized communities.
Somalia is on the brink of its worst famine in half a century as drought intensifies and global food prices soar, leaving hundreds of thousands of people at risk of dying from starvation.
The World Food Programme (WFP) said Monday it requires 416 million U.S. dollars for the next six months to prevent famine in Somalia.
UNITED NATIONS - The United Nations Security Council voted Thursday to maintain an arms embargo on Somalia over strong objections from its government, saying the al-Shabab "terrorist group" still seriously threatens peace and stability in the region and sanctions are needed to degrade its activities.
Homicide Squad detectives have charged eight males following the death of a man in Heidelberg West and the kidnapping of a man in Reservoir on 16 October.
Somalia's president has vowed to continue the war against al-Shabab militants in an address to lawmakers in which he also warned of also warned of looming famine in pasrts of the country.
The people of Somalia continue to endure suffering due to the unending attacks by the Al Shabab takfiri terrorist group.
The US military conducted a strike on Wednesday against the al-Shabaab terror group in Somalia, killing 17 terrorists, US Africa Command said in a statement on Friday.