After organizing a big beer festival last month and forcing native Uyghur Muslims to sell alcohol last May, the Chinese occupation in the Muslim Central Asian country of Uyghurstan provokes Muslims ag
In Burkina Faso, what was once stony semi-wasteland is now covered in verdant crop fields, rescued from relentless desertification.
Can BRICS help get this water project funded? The Transaqua project would refill Lake Chad, a body of water on which 40 million Africans depend. But for 30 years, no feasibility study has been carried
Water is the most abundant substance in our world. It has one of the simplest possible chemical formulas: two hydrogen atoms attached to one oxygen atom (H2O). Yet, it is one of the most anomalous sub
Maybe a few Muslims are aware that South Siberia is a Muslim land since no less than 9 centuries ago. And perhaps more people would be surprised to know that the name "Siberia" itself is derived from
The Mulanje Mountain Forest Reserve is of great ecological and economic importance to those who live in and around it...
Some 1.2 billion people or 20 per cent of the world's 7 billion-population, are prone to diseases due to water poverty.
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