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Schools Shut Down as Children Gun Down in Sudan

School children

The unfortunate killing of innocent civilians and school children in El-Obeid has to lead to shut down of schools in Sudan. It has been reported that hundreds of children, many dressed in their school uniforms were seen waving Sudanese flags taking to the streets of Khartoum to protest these killings. …

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How much does Qatar care about Human Rights?

Human Rights

Geneva-based Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor questioned the policies and laws practiced in Qatar, which contradicts its laws on paper and violate human rights. Qatari constitution reflects duplicity as it guarantees its citizens’ fundamental rights but bars them from exerting freedoms of opinion, expression, peaceful assembly and association. Qatar doesn’t even …

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Qatar Continues to Mistreat Migrant Workers

Qatar

As a complete irony of Qatar’s constant investments in developmental projects worldwide, its migrant workers are living in deplorable conditions. One such incident that has come into focus is the condition of migrant workers working round the clock towards the completion of stadiums in anticipation of the FIFA World Cup …

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Syria’s Kurds Demand International Tribunal

Syria’s Kurds Demand International Tribunal

The Kurdish-led organization in northern Syria has asked for the establishment of an international tribunal to hear thousands of suspected members of the Islamic State (IS) group. One official, Abdul Karim Omar, told reporters that they were grappling to cope with the thousands of IS who came out from the …

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Air Strikes Increases In Rebel-held Northwest Syria

Air Strikes Increases In Rebel-held Northwest Syria

Air assaults have increased against rebel-held northwestern Syria, which is the last major stronghold of President Bashar al-Assad’s opponents. The escalating war forced thousands of civilians to flee the town of Khan Sheikhoun, according to some war monitors on 26th Tuesday. The area near the Turkish frontier is under a …

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Trial of China Human Rights Lawyer Begins

Trial of China Human Rights Lawyer Begins

Wang Quanzhang went missing during suppression on hundreds of lawyers and activists in 2015. Wang is the last one to be adjudicated or released. Wang used to protect political campaigners as well as followers of the prohibited spiritual movement Falun Gong. He even worked with a Swedish human rights activist. …

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