“Abu Aram was shot in the neck from a close distance as he and other Palestinians were attempting to retrieve the generator from the soldiers.”
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“Her disappearance came days after her sister Rushan Abbas took part in a panel on China at the Hudson Institute in Washington exposing conditions in the XUAR’s network of internment camps, where up to 1.8 million Uyghurs are believed to have been held.”
“The MCB taskforce has written to the Foreign Secretary and the Sri Lankan High Commissioner to request an immediate reversal of this ‘forced cremation’ policy and highlight its impact on Muslim and Christian communities.”
In a rare move, Indian police have filed charges against an army officer as well as two civilians for planting guns on the corpses of three Kashmiri labourers shot and killed in July earlier this year.
On the 69th anniversary of Libyan independence, the brutal military commander and head of the so-called ‘Libyan National Army’, Khalifa Haftar made a direct threat to Turkey and ordered his militias to prepare for a war.
“My family didn’t want to go, they are taking them by force… If my family go there, to the island, they will die because of floods…”
Despite the widespread condemnation of the forced cremations of Muslims and Christians who allegedly have passed away from COVID-19, Sri Lankan authorities are continuing to ignore the fact that there is no health risk linked to burying those who have succumbed to the disease.
The announcement comes with just over a week to go before the Brexit transition period ends, marking the end of a key chapter in the Brexit saga.
The latest round of executive grants of clemency by US President Donald Trump has seen a total of fifteen individuals pardoned, including four Americans guilty of killing seventeen Iraqi civilians in 2007.
“We’re talking to [Indonesia] about it… If they’re ready, they’re ready and if they are then we’ll be happy to even support more financially than what we do.”