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Burning barricades mark start of Kenya election re-run -- "No security to deliver ballot boxes" -- "People fail to show up for work"

By Maggie Fick


 An opposition supporter gestures in front of a burned barricade in Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

KISUMU, Kenya (Reuters) – Polling stations in Kenyan opposition strongholds were shuttered on Thursday and youths burnt street barricades, heeding an election boycott set to hand victory to President Uhuru Kenyatta, but with a mandate compromised by low turnout and procedural flaws. 707 more words

Rohingya crisis: This is what genocide looks like

The world is witnessing a state-orchestrated humanitarian catastrophe on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. The latest UN figures show a staggering 370,000 Rohingya have fled into Bangladesh since August 25. 204 more words

Why are "peaceful" Buddhists unleashing violence on Muslims in Myanmar?

It’s said that Hinduism is a rotten system and Buddhism is the way to fight all oppression. That Hinduism has abhorrent practices and doctrines is undeniable! 382 more words

Myanmar: Buddhist Monks March in Protest Against Violence in Rakhine State (2012)

Original Chinese Language Article By: http://www.zgfznews.com

(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD)

Mandalay – Myanmar (Burma): September 3rd, 2012, saw a march led by Buddhist monks (holding banners stating ‘Stop the Violence in Rakhine State’ amongst others) which had around a thousand participants protesting against the recent violence in the Rakhine State (of West Myanmar), which occurred between ethnic Burmese Buddhists and ethnic Muslims – with the protesters agreeing with the President’s call for peace and reconciliation throughout the region. 173 more words


Myanmar: Rohingya's or Bengali's?

President Obama – the architect of a resurgent neo-Nazism in the Ukraine and a supporter of Israeli terrorism – congratulates Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi on her running of Myanmar – despite ongoing ethnic violence between the Burmese Authorities (supported by some orders of Buddhist monks) and the Islamic Rohingya minority which mainly live in the northern region of Rakhine State, Apparently, Aung San Suu Kyi has personally requested that US diplomats do not use the word ‘Rohingya’ – as this suggests these people are ethnic Burmese (and have a right to remain in Myanmar despite their citizenship being taken away from them in 1982) – but rather refer to them as illegal Bengali immigrants. 155 more words

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