OPINION by Alexander Matheou The Syrian capital of Damascus can be deceptive. It has the hustle and bustle of a regular city. People there talk of the eight-year conflict as something that is now drawing to a close. Yet you don’t have to look far to see that the humanitarian crisis[…]
Hundreds of people are missing and several believed dead after the collapse of a hydropower dam under construction in southeast Laos, according to state media. The accident happened at a dam in Sanamxay district of southeastern Attapeu province late on Monday, releasing five billion cubic metres of water, Laos News[…]
South African humanitarian agency Muslim Hands has been running a campaign for the past month, to support Syrians in desperate need of food aid. Food such as flour and rice was collected and donated and from May 24 – 2 June 2018 the collection period was over 10 days at[…]
After three weeks of intense rallying of the Cape Town community, the Muslim Judicial Council’s Women’s Forum will do the final packing of the shipping container bound for the Syrian/Turkey border on Saturday. Thanks to the donations received from the community, the container, this group of passionate community workers from[…]
The full scale of the devastation in rural parts of storm-hit Haiti became clear as the death toll soared to nearly 900 three days after Hurricane Matthew levelled huge swaths of the country’s south. As Matthew threatened the US coast on Saturday, US President Barack Obama urged Americans to mobilise[…]
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