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The International Criminal Court: A Threat Against State Sovereignty

The International Criminal Court holds three different types of jurisdiction including national, territorial and United Nations Security Council referral. In a recent article titled A Crime Against Sovereignty… 375 more words

News

The glorious muffin

Behold the glorious poppyseed muffin.  Forged from dozens of embryos (of chickens) and thousands of (wheat) corpses, the muffin is smelted in fires almost as hot as Hell itself.  456 more words

Musings

Turkish soldier killed in attack on embassy vehicle in Kabul

“A suicide bomber driving a car packed with explosives targeted a Turkish Embassy vehicle in the Afghan capital during the Thursday morning rush hour, killing one Turkish soldier and wounding another. 58 more words

Shapoor Zadran and Hamid Hassan - the engines of the 'Kabul Express'!

1992 – Wasim Akram, 1996 – Aravinda de Silva, 1999 – Lance Klusener, 2003 – Sachin Tendulkar, 2007 – Glen McGrath , 2011 – Yuvraj Singh – My list of stand-out performers from the past World Cups. 730 more words

No Law Immunity For The Afghan Refugees - II

In 2013, the honor of hosting the largest number of refugees remained with Pakistan, with 1.6 million refugees. Afghanistan retained the position as the biggest source country, a position it has held for 33 years. 758 more words

Pakistan

India & Afghanistan - A Multi-Faceted View

With Narendra Modi’s  visit to Afghanistan last year, many debated over the significance of the Afghan region and as to what importance it holds. Some people still see Afghanistan as a Taliban-riddled nation. 698 more words

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