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OTHERS-TERRORISM

Meet a Mother Breastfeeding Children That Lost Mothers in a Terrorist Attack

The Standard digital carrying the story "Afghan woman breastfeed babies who lost their mothers in devastating attack. About a week ago, militants stormed a maternity hospital in Afghanistan city, Kabul. The hospital was founded and ran by by the French medical charity Doctors without Borders. According to the Standard, about 24 young women were killed with their toddlers. Some babies survived and these are children that Kaamila Sahar felt compelled to help. Kaamila Saha, an Afghan national who is helping b

  2 years ago ago
Meet a Mother Breastfeeding Children That Lost Mothers in a Terrorist Attack

MILITARY

50 dead as the death toll rises in Kunduz Mosque Blast in Afghanistan

The death toll is expected to rise as a powerful explosion hit a mosque in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz during Friday's prayers." We have received more than 90 wounded patients and over 15 dead bodies, but the number will change. We are still receiving more people," said a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) hospital worker, who did not want to be named.

  10 months ago ago
50 dead as the death toll rises in Kunduz Mosque Blast in Afghanistan

HEALTH

Terrible Things Done To Human Organs In The Past Centuries.

Cannablism is an act of eating or consuming on human organs and even drinking the human blood. Despite being illegal in most of the nowadays communities,some part of the universe still practice it. Some the researched and known places where this crucial action is done are; 1.Fiji. For its long practicing of eating human organs,Fiji got herself in the records for cannablism to an extend of gaining a nickname as 'Island of Cannabalism' as Naihehe group leading. 2.Liberia. Since the civil war,researchs done by

  1 year ago ago
Terrible Things Done To Human Organs In The Past Centuries.

SOCIETY

Six People Die In A Grisly Accident At Kabarani Plus Other News

Netizen.com studio.opera.com Six people have reportedly lost their lives in a grisly accident at Kibarani Kenya, which is ranked eighth globally in avocado production, exported 26,481 tonnes of the fruit between January and March this year compared to 15,101 tonnes in 2020.Britam Holdings reported a record net loss of Sh9.1 billion in the year ended December when its asset management division underperformed.

  1 year ago ago
Six People Die In A Grisly Accident At Kabarani Plus Other News