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India6 months ago
Situation tense in India's northeast after civilian killings dubbed as 'genocide'
The killings, described by local authorities as a “botched-up” operation, has drawn widespread outrage in Nagaland, a violence-marred region that has witnessed decades of armed rebellion against the Indian rule.
Situation tense in India's northeast after civilian killings dubbed as 'genocide'
More11 months ago
Nicaragua condemns US-led campaign to destabilize Latin America
Nicaragua holds the United States and the European Union responsible for the current unrest in Latin America and the Caribbean, calling for concrete measures to confront their policy of destabilization in the region.
Nicaragua condemns US-led campaign to destabilize Latin America
Afghanistanone year ago
Temporary Afghan ceasefire to begin after intense violence
A three-day ceasefire has come into effect in Afghanistan in observance of Eid al-Fitr holiday, after weeks of intense clashes throughout the country.
Temporary Afghan ceasefire to begin after intense violence
Politicsone year ago
US Capitol on high alert as Biden prepares to deliver first address to Congress
The white-domed building had on January 6 this year come under attack from the supporters of former US President Donald Trump over disputed election result.
US Capitol on high alert as Biden prepares to deliver first address to Congress
Interviewsone year ago
‘Racist violence part of the very fabric of US’
Racist violence against Black people and other minorities has been “part of the very fabric” of the US, American academic Marjorie Cohn has said.
‘Racist violence part of the very fabric of US’
Societyone year ago
Protests continue in Minneapolis despite curfew after officer killing of Black man
Demonstrators gathered outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department in Minneapolis to protest the shooting of a 20-year-old Black man Daunte Wright.
Protests continue in Minneapolis despite curfew after officer killing of Black man
Human Rightsone year ago
Systemic racist violence rooted in US legacy of slavery: Analyst
In an interview with Press TV, US journalist and analyst Abayomi Azikwe said the police practices in the US today have their origins in the slave patrols of the 19th century that were designed to keep incarcerated Africans under the control of white landowners, merchants and officials
Systemic racist violence rooted in US legacy of slavery: Analyst
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