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13 October 2017 17:42

A UK-based rights group has accused Myanmar’s government of intentionally starving Rohingya Muslims in a bid to force the persecuted minority group out of the country. “Rohingya are now being starved out of Burma (Myanmar) and unless real pressure is put on the government and military to lift aid and movement restrictions, most… will be forced out within weeks,” Tun Khin,...

10 October 2017 17:08

  Amnesty International says the new Rohingya deaths in waters off Bangladesh show there is no let-up in the “desperate situation” in Myanmar’s Muslim-majority Rakhine State, which has been the subject of a brutal military crackdown since late August. The UK-based rights group was responding to news on Sunday that a boat carrying Rohingya Muslims had capsized in Naf River separating Myanmar...

7 October 2017 10:12

  Saudi Arabia’s use of capital punishment has led to 100 deaths in the oil-rich country since the start of 2017, the Saudi Press Agency reported October 6. The 100th execution in the country this year was of a man convicted of murder. That figure is approximately 10 percent of the total number of state-sanctioned executions to occur across the globe in...

5 October 2017 17:56

  Saudi Arabia has detained 46 people over their posts on social media amid a heavy-handed crackdown on dissent in the Arab kingdom. The official Saudi Press Agency reported on Wednesday that 22 people were arrested for “inciting public opinion” on social media and other offenses, such as posting content and videos online. The report said that investigations had been launched into the individuals' goals, adding that a...

5 October 2017 17:20

  Human Rights Watch says Myanmar’s military “summarily executed” and sexually assaulted dozens of Rohingya Muslims during a raid on a village in the west of the country over a month ago. According to a report released by the international human rights group on Wednesday, the Myanmar army attacked a residential compound where a large number of villagers had converged out of fear...

5 October 2017 17:16

  Female inmates at a prison in Bahrain have gone on open-ended hunger strike in protest at the recent restrictions imposed on family visits there. The collective decision for the hunger strike at the Isa detention facility came after prison officials placed a glass barrier at the visiting area, which prevents the inmates from getting close to their visitors. According to Bahrain Institute for...

4 October 2017 10:48

  A prominent international charity group has censured Britain for selling arms to Saudi Arabia, accusing London of “exporting fear” to Yemeni children. Save the Children said in a report on Tuesday that Britain had earned at least 3.2 billion pounds (4.24 billion US dollars) from selling missiles and military equipment to Saudi Arabia and its allies during the ongoing war in...

1 October 2017 18:18

  The World Food Programme (WFP) says the international community should "rally" for the relief operation for Rohingya Muslim refugees who have fled violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state. David Beasley, the head of the food-assistance branch of the United Nations, said on Sunday that Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh risked "a massive catastrophic disaster." "Bangladesh alone can't handle this. The international community must rally," Beasley...

1 October 2017 9:04

  A teenage Muslim boy has been stabbed several times outside a mosque in Birmingham, UK, leaving the 14-year-old victim in critical condition. Police cordoned off the crime scene in Herbert Road while specialist police teams carried out forensic investigations. The incident occurred on Friday night when the boy was dropped off at the Idaara Maarif-e-Islam mosque, commonly known as Hussainia, by his...

28 September 2017 15:51

  The Saudi-led coalition’s restrictions on imports to Yemen have worsened the dire humanitarian situation of Yemeni civilians, Human Rights Watch said today. The restrictions, in violation of international humanitarian law, have delayed and diverted fuel tankers, closed a critical port, and stopped life-saving goods for the population from entering seaports controlled by opposing Houthi-Saleh forces.  Yemen, the poorest country in the...

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