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Syrian refugees: Tears falling on a foreign land

Syrian refugees: Tears falling on a foreign land

July 05, AP – Jordan: UNHCR field staff is meeting new refugees on Jordan’s northern border with Syria. Along with the Jordanian military, they comfort Hala’s younger children and help carry their luggage away from the border near Tel Shihab. The tears are falling before Hala has even crossed the border. At the moment she […]

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America celebrates independence day with fireworks, parades and parties

America celebrates independence day with fireworks, parades and parties

July 05, NEW YORK (AP) – Extravagant displays of Fourth of July fireworks lit up the skies around the nation, including a smiley face that gave a wink to about a million spectators in New York City, the Statue of Liberty reopened eight months after it was shuttered by Superstorm Sandy, and President Obama urged […]

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Turkey slams Egyptian military coup, Morsi’s ouster “unacceptable”

Turkey slams Egyptian military coup, Morsi’s ouster “unacceptable”

July 05, ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey, which had formed an emerging alliance with Egypt’s ousted Islamist leader Muhammed Morsi, on Thursday slammed the democratically elected leader’s overthrow by the military as “unacceptable” and called for his release from house arrest. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Islamic-rooted government has been watching developments in Egypt […]

July 4, 2013 | By More
Chief Justice Adly Mansour replaces Morsi, sworn in as Egypt’s interim president

Chief Justice Adly Mansour replaces Morsi, sworn in as Egypt’s interim president

July 04, AP – The head of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court has been sworn in as the interim president after the army ousted President Mohammed Morsi Wednesday night. The military also suspended the Islamist-drafted constitution. Adly Mansour, the head of the country’s Supreme Constitutional Court, has been sworn in Thursday as Egypt’s temporary head of […]

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Egyptian military tightens grip, imposes travel ban on President Morsi

Egyptian military tightens grip, imposes travel ban on President Morsi

July 03, AP – Airport officials say a travel ban has been issued against the embattled president and the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood. The officials said Wednesday that the travel ban on Morsi has to do with his escape from prison with more than 30 other Muslim Brotherhood during the 2011 uprising against autocrat […]

July 3, 2013 | By More
Battle for Idlib, Syrian aircraft scatter leaflets calling rebels to surrender

Battle for Idlib, Syrian aircraft scatter leaflets calling rebels to surrender

July 03, AP – Beirut: The call came after another bloody day in Syria. The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which has a network of activists on the ground, said 40 civilians and 70 fighters — both regime troops and rebels — were killed in clashes nationwide on Tuesday. Syrian government aircraft scattered leaflets […]

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Saudi Arabia confirms two new deaths from coronavirus: Human rights

Saudi Arabia confirms two new deaths from coronavirus: Human rights

July 03, AP – Riyadh: It said the latest victims were a 75-year-old man in the Eastern Region of Al Ahsaa, where an outbreak began in a health-care facility in April, and a 63-year-old woman in Riyadh, but did not say when they had died. A Saudi man and a woman have died from the […]

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Human Rights Magazine

Human Rights Magazine

Human Rights Observers (global peace promoters) ‘The Magazine’ Human Rights observers, magazine complies with the development of human rights across the world, and is of immense importance to human rights studies and education. The magazine is an attempt to create awareness on human rights and ensure it applies all over the world.” The Human Rights […]

July 2, 2013 | By More
Taliban attack on NATO compound in Kabul; 6 killed

Taliban attack on NATO compound in Kabul; 6 killed

July 02, AP – KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Kabul provincial police chief Mohammad Ayuob Salangi said the powerful car bomb blew up at about 4:30 a.m., leaving a deep crater at the first gate leading into the camp. Two truck drivers who were waiting to enter the area were killed in the blast, he said. […]

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United Nations agency says over 11,000 missing in Indian floods

United Nations agency says over 11,000 missing in Indian floods

July 02, AP – New Delhi: United Nations (UN) agency estimated that the number of missing could be over 11,000. A total of 1,350 people have been evacuated from Badrinath while over 3,500 remain untraced in flood-hit Uttarakhand. “According to data available till yesterday (Sunday), 1,350 have been evacuated from Badrinath-800 by air and 550 by […]

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