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Jakob Larsen has 24 articles published.

Sara after Benjamin; Israeli first lady to be indicted for corruption, breach of trust

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Mrs. Netanyahu is expected to be indicted in the coming weeks for a series of charges by Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit. According to Haaretz, she is accused of “diverting 400,000 shekels ($112,000) from government funds for her private housekeeping needs .” Keep Reading

Rohingya is drowning in blood, fire, massacre

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According to reports and direct witnesses, an all-out genocide is taking place in Myanmar. The country’s army assaulted the state after Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) attacked Burmese police forces in protest against the long-time blockade and incessant massacre of Rohingya. The Tatmadaw, Myanmar’s military forces, attacked the state apparently in retaliation. Keep Reading

Cholera in Yemen … Number of deaths rise to 2043 persons

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The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday that cholera deaths in Yemen had risen to 2,043 since April 27. Keep Reading

Israel sells srms to Myanmar despite Junta’s genocide against Muslims

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Thousands of persecuted Rohingyas were slaughtered and burnt alive and some 100,000 more were forced to flee their burning villages to neighboring Bangladesh, many with bullet wounds, after Myanmar’s army launched a bloody offensive on northern Rakhine state on 25 August under the pretext of fighting militants. Keep Reading

What is left of the legitimacy of Hadi other than the UAE insults?

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On the eve of Eid al-Adha, the internationally recognized president, Abdurbo Mansour Hadi, vowed to describe what he called the “liberation of Sanaa” faster than expected in a speech published by official websites of his government, a letter he signed a few hours after receiving news that he was not allowed to return To Aden while he was at a Saudi airport, and returned to the direction of his residence in the Saudi capital Riyadh. Keep Reading

30,000 Rohingya Muslims are trapped in the mountains of Myanmar without access to water and food

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According to reports, Myanmar’s military operations are still going and have left hundreds of dead. Satellite images posted by human rights watch on Saturday show that the Rohingya refugees were forced into displacement because all of their villages have been completely burned down by Myanmar’s army attacks. Keep Reading

Australian Muslims protest Rohingya plight

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Protest spokesman Ahsan Haque says: “They actually are ethnically cleansing and eradicating the whole Rohingya race.” Keep Reading

Red Cross: More than half of Yemen’s hospitals are out of service

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“There is a shortage of basic medical supplies, a collapse of the health system as a direct consequence of the conflict, and crippling restrictions on imports, especially essential medicines and medical supplies,” the Red Cross said in a statement. Keep Reading

Boris Johnson slammed Trump’s prescription for North Korea

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Boris Johnson further said that other less provocative alternatives must be taken into consideration about North Korea. While saying that the North break out a “new order of threat” by testing its latest Hydrogen-bomb, the UK secretary of state explained that the American version of solution for the issue may provoke Kim Jong-un to “vaporize” the South Korean capital Seoul. Keep Reading

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