Crisis Monitoring

Somalia President Mohammed Farmajo has fired 18 military generals in the army as part of new security reforms -March 16, 2018
The move aims to refresh the national army. To reduce the noise pollution, the government in Rwanda recently banned using loudspeakers in mosques. The decision was regarded as a surprise by the Supreme Muslim Council of Rwanda.
90% of Rohingya population of Northern Arakan fled to Bangladesh -March 2, 2018
According to the Irrawaddy which is a publishing group founded by the Burmese exiles in Thailand, and INGOs 90% of Rohingya population of Northern Arakan fled to Bangladesh by Myanmar’s clearance operations. The Irrawaddy collected the information from regional statistics reports which are dated October 2017, from the General Administrative Department and United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. According to a comparison between previous and current statistics it is estimated that only 79.038 (%10) Rohingya remained in Maungdaw, Buthidaung, and Rathedaung.
Mosul under ruins -March 1, 2018
After the Iraqi government declared victory over DAESH, rescue workers started to search and clean operation all around the Mosul. According to initial findings, workers found more than 3.000 bodies although some are DAESH fighters but it is civilians who paid the highest price for the war.
2,222 terrorists 'neutralized' in Afrin op -March 1, 2018
A total of 2,222 YPG/PKK-Daesh terrorists have been "neutralized" since the launch of Operation Olive Branch in Syria's northwestern Afrin region. The operation is being carried out under the framework of Turkey's rights based on international law, UN Security Council resolutions, its self-defense rights under the UN charter, and respect for Syria's territorial integrity.
2,184 terrorists neutralized in Afrin op -February 28, 2018
On Jan. 20, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch to clear YPG/PKK-Daesh terrorists from Afrin. According to the Turkish General Staff, the operation aims to establish security and stability along Turkey’s borders and the region as well as to protect Syrians from terrorist oppression and cruelty.
US Support for Israel regarding Jerusalem -February 25, 2018
Washington announced that it would move its embassy on May 14, to coincide with the day the state of Israel was established and officially recognized by the U.S. administration in 1948.  The US also had announced that it will move its embassy to Jerusalem in May.
Israeli forces raid Bethlehem camp, detain Palestinian -February 24, 2018
Israeli forces on Saturday raided a refugee camp in the West Bank city of Bethlehem and detained one Palestinian.The Israeli army frequently carries out sweeping arrest campaigns across the occupied West Bank under the pretext of searching for "wanted" Palestinians. 
Turkish agency provides aid to civilians in NW Syria -February 24, 2018
Humanitarian Relief Foundation distributes supplies among 25 families in Dayr Sawwan village. 
1,800+ terrorists neutralized in Turkey's Afrin op -February 22, 2018
In anti-terror operation, Turkish military continues to clear Afrin, northwestern Syria of PYD/PKK, Daesh terrorists. At least 1,829 PYD/PKK and Daesh terrorists have been "neutralized" since the beginning of Operation Olive Branch in Afrin, northwestern Syria, said the Turkish General Staff on Thursday.
Assad regime’s slaughter pictures used for Afrin lies -February 20, 2018
Pictures that have nothing to do with Operation Olive Branch are being purposely mislabelled by PYD/PKK smear campaign. Supporters of the PYD/PKK terrorists are trying to smear Turkey’s Olive Branch Operation in Afrin in northwestern Syria by using images of the Assad regime's persecution of Syrian children.
Turkish army neutralized 1,715 terrorists in Afrin -February 20, 2018
The military generally uses the term "neutralize" to signify that the targets were either surrendered or killed, or captured. On Jan. 20, Turkey had launched Operation Olive Branch to remove PYD/PKK and Daesh terrorists from Afrin.
1,062 terrorists 'neutralized' in Turkey's Afrin operation -February 9, 2018
At least 1,062 PYD/PKK and Daesh terrorists have been "neutralized" since the beginning of Operation Olive Branch which started on January 20, 2018, in Syria's Afrin.
Israel forces detain 11 Palestinians in West Bank raids. -February 8, 2018
Israeli forces detained 11 Palestinians in overnight raids carried out across the occupied West Bank, according to a Thursday statement released by the Israeli army.
Double Car Bomb Attack in Benghazi -January 24, 2018
In a double car bombing in Libya’s eastern city Benghazi at least 33 people have been killed. While the first bomb was blown up outside Salmani neighborhood's Bait Radwan mosque, the second one went off minutes later close to the first blast site. Up to now no one claimed the responsibility.
India's Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has been protested in front of the Jammu and Kashmir state assembly -January 17, 2018
India's Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has been protested in front of the Jammu and Kashmir state assembly, following his allegations of radicalization of young Kashmiris through social media and in the state schools. He also has stated in his speech on 12th January, mosques and madrasas should be under scrutiny and there is an urgent need to an overall reform in education system of the J&K.
Since April of 2017, Uighurs have been subjected to custody or imprisonment in “political re-education” camps -January 17, 2018
According to the information given by the Uighurs in diaspora, Dr. Halmurat Ghopur who is leading personality in East Turkistan has been arrested on the basis that he has “nationalist tendencies”. Dr. Ghopur who is the president of Xinjiang Food and Drug Administration’s Department of Inspection and Supervision had been arrested last year on November for the same reason. Since April of 2017, Uighurs have been subjected to custody or imprisonment in “political re-education” camps, with the claim that they have extreme and politically incorrect views.
The Afghan government and the Afghan Humanitarian Relief Community requested 430 million USD aid for 2018 -January 17, 2018
The Afghan government and the Afghan Humanitarian Relief Community requested 430 million USD aid for 2018 in order to help needy people in Afghanistan. 2.8 million people would be provided health, food, drinking water and hygiene with this amount of aid. As a result of repatriation process, 700,000 Afghan refugees returned from Pakistan in 2017, while 400,000 displaced due to internal conflicts in Afghanistan.
Bangladesh/Arakan Refugee Camps -January 17, 2018
6 out of 110 Rohingyas who have been affected by diphtheria disease in the refugee camps in Bangladesh have lost their lives. The unhealthy conditions of the camps brought back diphtheria and similar epidemics that had disappeared in Bangladesh many years ago. The Bangladesh government launched a vaccination campaign for Rohingya children aged between 6 weeks to 6 years old, living in 12 camps, with the support of UNICEF, the World Health Organization and other international organizations.
Black Snow Blankets Central Kazakh City -January 17, 2018
Black snow into Kazakhstan’s industrial city Temirtau raged the country people due to air pollution. The Karaganda region, where Temirtau is located, is considered the worst in the country in terms of harmful emissions. In 2016, nearly 600,000 tons of harmful substances were released into the air in Karaganda according to Kazakhstan's statistics committee.
More than 5.000 Children has been Killed in Yemen -January 17, 2018
The five-year-long war in Yemen has killed more than 5.000 children and left almost 400.000 of them malnourished. Yemen war started in March 2015 and more than 3 million children were born in this war-torn country. The UN children agency said that over 11 million children (nearly every child in Yemen) were in need of humanitarian assistance.
Reform Package Protested in Greece -January 17, 2018
Tens of thousands of demonstrators gathered in front of the Greek parliament to protest the government due to reform package approved by the parliament which restricts the right to strike. The reform package of about 100 points makes it difficult for syndicates to take strike decisions. The syndicates will now have to get a vote of half of their members in order to be able to make a decision to leave the job. According to the old regulation, approval of 20 percent of the members was sufficient for a strike decision. The law also facilitates the seizure of mortgaged properties and anticipates cuts in payments made to families. Since 2010, there have been 50 general strikes in the country to protest against the requirements of international creditors.
Romanian Prime Minister Resigns -January 16, 2018
Prime Minister Mihail Tudose, who took office in Romania 7 months ago, has resigned from his post. Tudose announced his resignation after losing support from his party at the National Executive Committee meeting of the Social Democratic Party. With Tudose, two prime ministers resigned in the period following the elections held on December 2016.
Storm Eleanor leaves 200,000 households in northern France without power -January 3, 2018
Storm Eleanor leaves 200 000 households in northern France without power. At the same time, the Eiffel Tower, one of the city's most important symbols, was closed to visitors due to the speed of the wind reaching 140 kilometers in Paris. A few days ago in France, due to an effective "Carmen" storm, 65,000 homes were unable to receive electricity, and one person lost his life.
The Purge in Besa Movement in Macedonia -January 16, 2018
Bilal Kasami, the leader of the Albanians’ party "BESA movement" in Macedonia, was dismissed on January 6 by his party's Central Assembly Council for failing to act accordingly with the party's constitution and not taking responsibility for local elections. At the same meeting, it is decided that the party will go to the Congress in February and until that time Dr. Nebeddin Kahremani who is MP and the oldest member of the party will take the lead. Kasami, the dismissed leader of the party, conducted a parallel and unjustified meeting of Central Assembly in Tetovo with a small group of party members who support himself. At this meeting, Kasami announced that he did not recognize the decision taken by the absolute majority of the party's Central Assembly Council.