Explosion at Tanzania Sugar Factory Kills 11 Workers, Including 3 Foreign Nationals

ZANZIBAR, Tanzania — Tragedy struck at a sugar factory in Tanzania when an electric short triggered a fatal explosion that claimed the lives of 11 workers, including three foreign nationals, according to authorities. The incident occurred on Thursday morning at the Mtibwa Sugar Factory in the Morogoro region of eastern Tanzania. Regional police chief Alex … Read more

Border Town Crisis: Thai Foreign Minister Urges Burma’s Military to Exercise Restraint

MAE SOT, Thailand – In a bold move, Thailand’s foreign minister urged Myanmar’s military authorities to refrain from violent retaliation after losing control of a crucial border trading town to their opponents. The situation in Southeast Asia remains tense as guerrillas from the ethnic Karen National Union, backed by pro-democracy forces, seized power in Myawaddy, … Read more

**Prayers** lead to arrests in violent attack on foreign Muslim students in India

Ahmedabad, India – In the state of Gujarat, Western India, authorities have apprehended five individuals believed to be connected to a violent assault on foreign Muslim students at Gujarat University in Ahmedabad. The students were engaging in special prayers during the holy month of Ramadan when they were attacked by a group of 20 to … Read more

Assault on Foreign Students during Ramadan Prayers at Gujarat University Spurs Outrage and Police Investigation

Ahmedabad, India – Foreign students at Gujarat University faced a harrowing ordeal as they were attacked by unknown assailants while observing evening prayers during Ramadan. The violent incident occurred within the Block A hostel premises, where the assailants not only assaulted the students but also vandalized their rooms and engaged in stone-throwing and shouting. Reports … Read more

Attack on Foreign Students Over Namaz Triggers Outcry at Gujarat University

Ahmedabad, Gujarat – Five foreign students from various countries, including Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, South Africa, and Sri Lanka, found themselves in a frightening situation at Gujarat University. The students were reportedly attacked during a late-night altercation at their hostel, with tensions arising over their practice of offering namaz on campus. Witnesses described how the students were … Read more

Explosion Warning: Jordan’s Foreign Minister Urges End to Israel’s Gaza Strip Aggression During Ramadan

Amman, Jordan – Jordan’s Foreign Minister, Ayman Safadi, has issued a warning regarding the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Gaza Strip during the upcoming Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. He expressed concerns that the escalation of violence could lead to a regional explosion, emphasizing the need for a peaceful resolution to prevent further casualties. … Read more

Subway Assault: MTA Conductor Doused with “Foreign Substance” in Bronx Incident

NEW YORK, NY – An MTA conductor in the Bronx was attacked with a “foreign substance” by an unruly passenger on the subway, marking the latest violent incident in the city’s transit system. The assault took place on a southbound 4 train at the 167th Street Station just before 7:15 p.m. on Monday. The 48-year-old … Read more

Shocking Golden Globe Nominated Foreign Language Film Currently Most Popular on Netflix

MADRID, Spain – The story of one of the most infamous plane crashes in history is being retold in a captivating new film titled “Society Of The Snow.” The movie, directed by Spanish filmmaker J.A. Bayona, has gained popularity and critical acclaim, being nominated for a Golden Globe and selected as Spain’s entry for the … Read more

Tragedy: Foreign Minister Condemns Benapole Express Incident as Crime Against Humanity

DHAKA, Bangladesh – Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen has condemned the tragic incident involving the Benapole Express in which four people lost their lives as a “Crime Against Humanity”. The horrific act of setting the train on fire just a day before the scheduled election has been described by Dr. Momen as an attack … Read more