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Accusations of genocide in Rakhine should be not thrown around loosely: Kofi Annan

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

YANGON: Accusations of genocide taking place in Myanmar’s Rakhine state is a very serious charge, said former UN chief Kofi Annan who is chairman of the Rakhine Advisory Commission.  459 more words

Current Affairs

LITTLE GREEN FEATHERS Chpt 8 Bad Luck Comes In Two's

Finch Fine Furniture was a long time business in Davington. Furniture was not being made at that warehouse, why would they need security at a furniture manufacturing plant? 695 more words

Little Green Feathers

Tullian Tchividjian: Further Accusations and Important Resources

My readers are no doubt aware that I have dedicated significant time to analyzing the many abuses of Tullian Tchividjian.  I have offered both analysis ( 797 more words

Haifa residents say Arab-Jewish relations remain strong, despite arson accusations

As the flames that overtook sections of Haifa largely settled by Sunday, residents were left with accusations that Arab-led arson attacks were the cause – threatening the Arab-Jewish coexistence for which the coastal city has become world-renowned. 411 more words

Daily News

Εξηγήσεις από Αναστασιάδη ζητά το ΔΗΚΟ για δηλώσεις Κασουλίδη περί ανεξαρτησίας

Εξηγήσεις από τον πρόεδρο της Κυπριακής Δημοκρατίας, Νίκο Αναστασιάδη, ζητά το ΔΗΚΟ αναφορικά με δηλώσεις του υπουργού Εξωτερικών, Ιωάννη Κασουλίδη, ότι η Κύπρος μετά τη λύση του Κυπριακού, «δεν θα είναι ανεξάρτητη και κυρίαρχη»

CYPRUS

Moscow Says US Rhetoric on Syria Situation Based on 'Flagrant Lies'

Russia’s defense ministry made the statement on Tuesday, adding that the US State Department has never backed its empty claims against Russia’s actions in Syria with concrete actions… 172 more words

World At War

US State Department And Russia Today- Bad news when the facts on the ground contradict what is coming out of the White House!

‘Not going to put RT on same level with rest of you’: John Kirby loses temper during briefing

A State Department briefing gets heated after RT’s Gayane Chichakyan asks spokesman John Kirby a question about Syria. 65 more words

World At War