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Was the bounty on militant heads reason enough to kill anyone?

Have security forces in Jammu and Kashmir been killing local Kashmiri civilians and passing them off as foreign militants in order to bag the monetary incentives that come with each ‘kill’? 521 more words

UK ambassador intends to introduce gay ‘rights’ into new UN development goals and How sexism is at the root of homophobia

By Junior Mayema,

Homophobia and Transphobia have reached dangerous level  rising to the extent of crime against humanity with countries such as Uganda struggling with an antigay law to put all LGBT Ugandans to death and other countries already executing gay people, few days ago we  all witnessed and saw disturbing and shocking pictures of ISIS terrorists throwing gay men to death, this is not a joking issue anymore it is not an issue to play around with or else, we will soon reach genocide, crime against humanity and history will repeat itself once more so in order to prevent crime against humanity from taking place the UN must jump on board and includes LGBT rights in its UN developpment goal. 2,294 more words

Flags fly at half mast for tyrant who oversaw more beheadings than ISIS


Flags fly at half mast for tyrant who oversaw more beheadings than ISIS

by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | JANUARY 23, 2015… 662 more words


The Ethiopian government’s systematic repression of independent media

Ethiopia’s media landscape is heavily state-controlled, and dominated by Amharic-language publications and broadcasts focused on events and issues in the capital, Addis Ababa. The Ethiopian Broadcasting Authority has regulatory authority over all media licensing and content for print publications and television and radio stations.

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African Studies

20 January 2015 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURT

ICC Prosecution opens a preliminary examination in Palestine: On 16 January 2015, ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda opened a preliminary examination to examine the situation currently in Palestine. 500 more words

News About The Courts

Criminalising dissent: Democracy’s dark side

Sedition as an offence was introduced in the Indian law at the end of the 19th century to suppress the voices of those seeking freedom from colonial rule. 724 more words

A question of accountability and memory

We live in strange times where a query to the state about promotions and awards to policemen in anti-militancy operations in one of the world’s highest militarised zones elicits a cold response… that being, that its disclosure would “pose as a threat to national security and the strategic interests of the state and may lead to the incitement of an offence”. 800 more words