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Israel Launches Heaviest Air Strikes at Gaza Since 2014
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Israel Launches Heaviest Air Strikes at Gaza Since 2014

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Two teenagers were killed and at least 30 injured; two more Palestinians shot dead at border The Dawn News/ July 16, 2018 Israel, on Friday night, conducted the biggest airstrikes on Gaza since its 2014 ‘Protective Edge’ assault. Two teenage boys were killed in the attacks. Hamas, the Palestinian militant […]

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German writer and journalist Gunter Wallraff, second right, joins demonstrators holding placards as they stage a protest outside a court where the trial of about a dozen employees of the Cumhuriyet daily newspaper on charges of aiding terror groups, continues in Istanbul, Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017. Most of them were released from prison earlier this month, but four of them, including editor-in-chief Murat Sabuncu and investigative journalist Ahmet Sik, are still in prison. (Image: Lefteris Pitarakis)
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Turkey Purges Continue as Nearly 19,000 Civil Servants Dismissed

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Nearly 160,000 people from all walks of life have been fired from their jobs and over 50,000 arrested since the 2016 coup attempt Abhijan Choudhury / The Dawn News/ 13th June 2018 Turkey witnessed yet another crackdown on government employees on July 8 as 18,632 civil servants were dismissed through […]

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Massive Protests in UK as ‘Human Rights Nightmare’ Trump Begins Visit
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Massive Protests in UK as ‘Human Rights Nightmare’ Trump Begins Visit

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A cross-section of organizations are holding marches condemning his policies on militarization, immigration and climate change The Dawn News / July 13, 2018 Thousands of people gathered at different locations in the United Kingdom protesting the three-day visit of United States president Donald Trump from July 12. According to reports, […]

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An ambulance is seen near the blast site in Peshawar, northwest Pakistan, on July 10, 2018. At least 13 people were killed and dozens of others injured in a blast that hit a public gathering of a political party in Pakistan's northwest provincial capital of Peshawar on Tuesday night, local media reported. (Xinhua/Saeed Ahmad/IANS)
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20 killed, 60 critically injured in suicide attack in Peshawar

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A candidate from the Awami National Party was among those killed, two weeks before general elections in Pakistan Umer Beigh/ The Dawn News/ July 11, 2018 As many as 20 civilians were killed and at least 60 others injured when a suicide bomber attacked a public gathering at Khyber Pakhtounkhwa’s […]

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The Mopani Mine next to Kankoyo Township, Mufulira, Zambia. Image: ActionAid
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Zambian Activists Keep a Close Watch on Glencore’s Operations

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The company has a very poor record in the country and has arbitrarily fired workers and concealed information about deaths in their mines by Abhijan Choudhury / July 11, 2018 Recently, Industriall a global federation of trade unions submitted a statement at a United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) meeting […]

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