Syria rebels deny withdrawing arms from north under deal — The Open View

open view web desk Syrian rebels denied on Sunday they had pulled any heavy arms from a major opposition bastion in the north, as the deadline to implement a demilitarisation deal there draws closer. Regime ally Moscow and rebel backer Ankara agreed earlier this month to create a buffer zone around the opposition stronghold of […]… Read More Syria rebels deny withdrawing arms from north under deal — The Open View

Saving the passengers of Batik Air flight, an Air Traffic Controller of Indonesia sacrificed his life

  Jakarta (Indonesia) : An Indonesian air traffic controller died in earthquake after staying to ensure a plane, carrying hundreds of passengers took off safely. He is Anthonius Gunawan Agung (21), hailed as a hero of Indonesia. He was on duty at Palu airport on the island of Sulawesi on Friday night, when it was… Read More Saving the passengers of Batik Air flight, an Air Traffic Controller of Indonesia sacrificed his life

Mother locked herself and her little daughter for six months in their home

From Our Correspondent, Birbhum, India Chameli Roy, a 55 years old mother, locked herself and her 10 years’ old daughter for last six months in her house. She did not allow her little daughter to go outside and meeting others. For that reason she did not admit her daughter Shirsha to school. Locals surprised to… Read More Mother locked herself and her little daughter for six months in their home

Death toll in Indonesia quake-tsunami doubles to 832

The death toll from a powerful earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia leapt to 832 Sunday, as stunned people on the stricken island of Sulawesi struggled to find food and water and looting spread. The new toll announced by the national disaster agency was almost double the previous figure. Indonesian vice-president Jusuf Kalla said the final… Read More Death toll in Indonesia quake-tsunami doubles to 832