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North Korea begins dismantling of nuclear check space: document 0

North Korea begins dismantling of nuclear check space: document

North Korea has started dismantling its Punggye-ri nuclear test site, according to satellite pictures analysed by experts. The move comes weeks ahead of a historical meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump during which the two countries will talk about denuclearisation. A group of researchers from the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University’s…

Islamophobia prompts Muslims to make a choice out in US democracy: represent 0

Islamophobia prompts Muslims to make a choice out in US democracy: represent

Washington, DC – American Muslims reported a higher number of incidents of discrimination this past year than any other religious group, but growing Islamophobia has pushed them to become more politically engaged, according to Muslim leaders, pollsters and activists. The third annual poll published this week by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU),…

Crumple of North Korea nuclear field threatens fallout: document 0

Crumple of North Korea nuclear field threatens fallout: document

A North Korean nuclear site in the country’s north has collapsed, threatening an “unprecedented risk” of radioactive fallout including in neighbouring China, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) newspaper reported. The Hong Kong-based publication said on Wednesday that the collapse at Punggye-ri near the border with China “may” be the reason why North Korean leader Kim Jong-un declared…

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Raul Castro’s file card

Havana, Cuba – Raul Castro has kept his promise. Fifty-nine years after leading a revolution that overthrew Cuba’s then dictator Fulgencio Batista, the younger of the two Castro brothers is indeed stepping down. Unlike his older brother, Fidel, who ruled supreme for almost half a century until severe health complications forced him to cede power…

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North Korea arming Syria, Myanmar: UN file

North Korea has been selling weapons to the governments of Syria and Myanmar, and has been exporting banned materials such as coal, iron, and steel, a United Nations report has found. According to the report released on Friday, Pyongyang has been assisting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government in developing its nuclear weapons programme, and has…

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Saudi arrests eleven princes over financial relate: describe

Saudi officials have arrested 11 princes for staging a protest against the kingdom’s austerity measures, according to a report from the Saudi news website Sabq. The princes, who gathered in the historical Palace of Government area in the capital Riyadh on Saturday, were demonstrating against a government decision to suspend payment of their utility bills,…

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On the least eighty one journalists killed in 2017: file

At least 81 reporters were killed doing their jobs in 2017, as harassment and attacks on journalists have been on the rise, according to the International Federation of Journalists. Although the number of deaths are slightly down from last year’s total of 93, the IFJ cautioned that an unprecedented number of journalists were jailed in 2017,…

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Israeli abuse in opposition to Palestinian minors rises: picture

Bethlehem, occupied West Bank – Fadel Tamimi feared for the worst as he rushed into the hospital. His 15-year-old son, Mohammed, had just been brought there after being shot point-blank in the face by Israeli forces, during last week’s protests in Nabi Saleh. “I met him at the hospital after he was injured. My wife fainted three…

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Israel delegation to head to Bahrain after furore: relate

A delegation of Israeli business leaders will travel to Bahrain in January amid a warming of ties between the two countries, according to a media report. Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, told the Jerusalem Post that the visit would be a follow-up to this month’s Bahraini delegation in Israel.…

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One in five ladies folk sufferer of online harassment: document

More than one in five women have experienced online harassment or abuse, according to research by Amnesty International surveying more than 4,000 women. The vast majority of this harassment happens on social media sites, according to the report. Almost half of the victims said the abuse or harassment was sexist or misogynistic in nature, and…