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Iraqi child with eight limbs gets successfully treated in India

An Iraq baby born with eight limbs, with two of them protruding from his stomach, got a new lease of life after doctors successfully removed the extra arms and legs through surgery. The seven-month-old boy, Karam, was born with a very rare condition ... Zee News, 1 month ago

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A glimpse into US soldiers' life on the frontline in Iraq

As Iraqi forces are trying to recapture Mosul, the United States is playing the crucial role of adviser to flush out Islamic State. US troops are providing air and ground support to Iraqi and Kurdish forces trying to dislodge Islamic State from Iraq's second largest city. More than 5,000 American service members are currently deployed in Iraq as part of an international coalition that is advising local forces in a bid to recapture the third of the country the jihadists seized in 2014 when ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 'We want to learn' - Iraqi girls back at school after years under Islamic State  Reuters1 month ago Mosul's east begins to bustle but healing a long way off  Reuters2 months ago Life inside an Islamic State training camp  Rediff.com2 months ago

Qatari pays USD 2M to try to free royals abducted in Iraq

A member of Qatar's ruling family has paid USD 2 million to a Greek shoe salesman's firm to secure "proof of life" and ultimately free relatives and others kidnapped in Iraq over year ago, presumably by Shiite militiamen.
 DNA1 month ago

Five years, billions of dollars needed to rebuild Mosul

By Ahmed Aboulenein | MOSUL, Iraq MOSUL, Iraq Mosul's wrecked roads, bridges and broader economy will take at least five years to repair and need billions of dollars of development that Iraq's government will struggle to afford, officials returning to ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago The Mosul violinist who defied Islamic State  Rediff.com1 month ago

Trump son Eric calls nepotism 'factor of life'

Brother-in-law Jared Kushner is a White House adviser, so is his sister Ivanka and he helps run the family business: Eric Trump believes nepotism is a "factor of life." The second son of the US president made the candid remarks in an interview with Forbes, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Yazidi "superhero" wins award for helping survivors of Islamic State atrocities

By Emma Batha LONDON, March 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A young Yazidi father-of-four who risked his life to help survivors of Islamic State atrocities in northern Iraq has won a prestigious award for his humanitarian work.
 DNA2 months ago

Save the Children: Day in the life of a displaced refugee child

Save the Children UK shows the devastating effect of the refugee crisis on the life of children. In the video a young girl is shown going about her normal life, and then how it all turns upside down. The Public Service Announcement (PSA) aims to bring the ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Indian doctors successfully operate on baby with eight limbs

A team of doctors here has successfully operated upon a seven-month-old baby from Iraq who was suffering from polymelia -- a birth defect involving limbs -- to give him a new lease of life.Polymelia is a birth defect in which the affected individual has more ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Fifth Columnist: Think before you charge

Just when the world is waking up to the fact that the ISIS is being pushed out of Mosul and other strongholds in Iraq and Libya, it now seems that the dreaded group of fanatics is finding its feet in the most unlikely of places on the globe – India. Or is ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

UK police make 8 arrests in Manchester bombing case

British PM Theresa May said the threat level in the country will remain at critical and that 1,000 army troops have been deployed to boost security.  IMAGE: A soldier and police officer walk past the Houses of Parliament London. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday confirmed that a total of eight men were in custody in the United Kingdom in connection with the deadly suicide bombing at a pop concert this week and asserted that the ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago
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