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PAKISTAN STARTS FENCING BORDER THAT AFGHANISTAN DOESN'T RECOGNIZE

The article originally appeared on India Today. 

Despite Afghanistan’s strong reservations, Pakistan has started the fencing work along the whole Pakistan-Afghanistan border or Durand Line. According to Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor, DG, Inter-Service Public Relations and Pak army spokesperson, the work is part of Operation Radd ul Fasaad, Pak army’s countrywide anti-terror operation and has been ordered by Pak army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bahwa. 333 more words

POLITICS

World Refugee Day

Below is an article from today’s Washington Post. I found the statistics staggering: 28,300 people per DAY are forced to leave their homes due to conflict and persecution. 2,208 more words

International Issues

SELF-AGGRANDIZING CHINESE STATE MEDIA TERMS WESTERN DEMOCRACY A GRAND ILLUSION

The article originally appeared on India Today.
Here it is bit modified.

In an act of self-aggrandizement, an editorial in China’s official publication People’s Daily has termed western democracy a grand illusion. 668 more words

POLITICS

Life's Horrors

Tim Costello, Chief Advocate for World Vision, has been reporting back to Australia the dire situation in South Sudan and the resulting humanitarian crisis.

Two thousand people per day are arriving in Uganda from South Sudan. 365 more words

Australia

International Event: Israel/Palestine Conflict

Development: 

     A partition between the entities of Israel and Palestine, regionally located in between the Jordan river and the Mediterranean Sea resulted from failed state-building programs, countless UN negotiations, international summits, and failed peace plans. 815 more words

Another Terrorist Attack

Have run out of words,

they have all been uttered

on news reels,

looped to repeat and repeat 27 more words

Australia

8 September 2002- "South African Anarchists Join International Libertarian Solidarity"

South African Anarchists Join International Libertarian Solidarity Network
September 8, 2002 – statement by Bikisha Media Collective & Zabalaza Books

More on International Libertarian Solidarity Network… 1,120 more words

South Africa