Human rights Issue

Human rights Issue

investigated by WATP While I don't have time to be directly involved in the various activities in the community, I keep up with the daily news. Many people rush to my small satellite office in Jackson Heights when in danger. Sometimes,...
Cities can be dense without being overpopulated. But in the world’s most crowded city, the drains can’t cope – creating a grim new job by Poppy-Mcpherson After decades cleaning the sewers of Dhaka, Bangladesh’s crowded capital, Sujon Lal Routh has seen...
Peace icon turned pariah Aung San Suu Kyi is in The Hague defending Myanmar from genocide charges. Israel gave Myanmar’s military regime the tools and diplomatic space to carry out those atrocities. by Charles Dunst The Israeli embassy in Myanmar’s...
While A mob of Hindu men, their foreheads marked by a saffron stripe, angrily patrolled the streets carrying iron bars, clubs and a bright blue aluminum baseball bat. They were itching for a fight; Mr. Modi had choreographed Mr....
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Bangladeshi authorities to immediately free Shafiqul Kajol, a journalist who was arrested after being found blindfolded and bound hand and foot at the Indian border, and to investigate how he came to...
“Perhaps the steepest and most alarming deterioration in religious freedom conditions is in India,” USCIRF vice Chair said after the release of the Commission’s annual report. By Wajid Ali Syed WASHINGTON: The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has reentered India...
Years of strife left a generation traumatized. India’s clampdown disrupted daily life. Now the battle against the corona virus has further isolated and scarred a people with little access to help. - By Sameer Yasir PAHOO, Kashmir — Sara Begum’s suffering...
Uzair Paracha served 17 years in prison. But his conviction was thrown out and his lawyer says he is innocent. By Benjamin Weiser When Uzair Paracha was convicted in 2005 in Manhattan of trying to help a terrorist enter the United...
Indian officials are blaming an Islamic group for spreading the virus, and Muslims have been targeted in a wave of violence. By Jeffrey Gettleman, Kai Schultz and Suhasini Raj NEW DELHI — After India’s health ministry repeatedly blamed an Islamic seminary...
Tribunal members in the state of Assam say they felt pressured to declare Muslims non-citizens as the government seeks to expel illegal migrants. Some politicians have vowed to take the process nationwide. By Karan Deep Singh and Suhasini Raj JORHAT, India...
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