Break The Fast With The ‘People of Nowhere.’ Ramadan of Rohingyan Muslims in Delhi

Now that the holy month is coming to an end and the world is looking forward to the celebration of Muslims all over it is just another day of anguish for many like Abdul Khan, who has to drag on, hopeless! “Eid isn’t special. Every Eid I remember my family in Burma and would feel that intolerable desire to go back to them. And I cry aloud…”, he says.

Yemen in the time of cholera; 315 dead.

Last week, a state of emergency was declared in the rebel-held capital Sana’a after a large number of cholera cases were detected in the city. More than half of the country’s medical facilities no longer function, the WHO said. Some 7.6 million people live in Yemen’s cholera-threatened areas, according to UN estimates.