An American newspaper “New York Post” reported there is a new evidence of Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the September 11, 2001 attacks. Keep Reading
As reported by the New York Post, the embassy might have used two of its employees for the so-called dry run before a dozen hijackers flew two planes into the Twin Towers, killing nearly 3,000 people in 2001. Keep Reading
“Over the past three years more than 140,000 Rohingya Muslims have been living in grave conditions in refugee camps in Myanmar and in many other countries, including Indonesia,” the Change.org petition explains. Keep Reading
In response to the US ambassador Nikki Haley’s speech at UN early in the week, North Korean Central News Agency which is run by the government, called her a “prostitute” who is a “blind fool”. Keep Reading
About five years ago Janet Napolitano signed the order which led to the creation of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program also known as DACA. This federal program protected more than 800,000 undocumented young immigrants from being deported and granted them the right to work legally in the united states. Keep Reading
Bahraini government has taken severe measures, over the past year, towards its peaceful critics, torturing, fatally beating and sexually assaulting more than 169 Shia people. Amnesty International held the US and UK responsible for ignoring the “horrific abuses” of Bahrain. Keep Reading
Reports reaching here said that dozens of protesters after congregational prayers took out a protest rally to protest against what they termed the persecution of Muslims in Myanmar.
Eyewitnesses said that police used massive force including teargas shells to disperse the protesters who pelted stones on them. Intense clashes were going in the area when this report was filed.
He appealed to the state employees to stand against this “barbarism” and wear black badges on arms and hoist black flags on all the government institutions and offices on September 8, as a mark of protest against this ethnic genocide. Keep Reading
The new report published Thursday by Amnesty International sheds light on the repressive tactics used by the Bahraini regime over the past year to crush civil society and violently crack down on protests, leading to the deaths of six people, including one child. Keep Reading
The challenges play out in a range of conflict of views over the ways to deal with the deep-rooted West Asian crises, the American Strategic Air Defense project, and Washington’s putting of Moscow on the “red notice.” Keep Reading