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Anas al-Basha, who was lovingly called the 'Clown of Aleppo', was recently killed in a missile strike in the Mashhad area of the city, ending last hope in the city, which turned into a big graveyard.
A window into the gruesome life of Syrians in the besieged city of Aleppo was shut after a seven-year-old girl and her mother posted their farewell tweet earlier this week.
While many people use social media to share their happy moments and special memories, a Syrian young girl and her mother use Twitter ...
A Syrian volunteer group that rescue civilians during raids is being nominated for Nobel Peace prize by renowned figures around the world, including politicians, civil rights groups and even Hollywood stars, praising its efforts in saving thousands of civilians.
ALEPPO – Syrian Muslim and Christian children from the city of Aleppo will come together next October 6 to pray for an end ...
A jail term in Saudi has turned to be the best thing that has happened in the life of a Hindu man who was imprisoned for giving bribery, after it helped him to discover Islam, embrace it, and perform hajj.
Gathering from across the war-devastated country, Syrians flew to Makkah for the annual hajj pilgrimage, praying for peace amid rising tensions between President Bashar al-Assad's government and Riyadh.
In a bid to avoid long lines before `Eid Al-Adha, the Dubai Municipality has launched a smart app to allow users order their Udhiyah online to be delivered at their doors.
A video of a dazed and bloodied Syrian boy rescued from the rubbles of a destroyed building after an air strike on besieged Aleppo has caused outrage around the world, shared widely on social media.
A 5-year-old blind Burmese child in Jeddah has memorized the entire Qur'an by listening to radio, the discovery that came as a surprise to the father.