Day: November 10, 2020

The Uyghur Genocide

The Uyghur Muslims are a Turk-speaking minority group that originated from the general region of central and east Asia and are recognized native to the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in Northwest China. Islam arrived in Xinjiang in the 10th century and became the dominant religion in the region. Most Uyghur

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Israeli Military Forces’ Unlawful Razing Of Palestinian Property In Village Of Homsa Al-Baqia

On Tuesday, November 3rd, using construction equipment like Bulldozers and Diggers, Israeli military forces decimated dozens of Palestinian homes in the village of Homsa al-Baqia overnight—located in the Israeli-occupied region of the West Bank. Roughly 80 Palestinian citizens were left displaced or homeless in the wake of the attack, a

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EU Agency Frontrex Accused Of Violation Of International Laws

An investigation released by various international media sources on 24th October denounces illegal practices of Greek coast guards, mostly associated with alleged pushback of refugee claimants. Claims that some of these operations involved the EU border agency, Frontex, have been denied by both EU forces and the Greek government. This

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The Community In The U.K. Steps Up When The Government Fails Us

Last week 322 members of the Conservative Party, the party currently in power within U.K. government, voted against extending free school meals to disadvantaged children over the holidays. The campaign to do so was popularized by Manchester United and England’s striker Marcus Rashford, who was recently awarded an MBE for

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Living Conditions In Brazil Amongst COVID-19 Safety Measures

As the global pandemic continues to unfold, Brazil has been severely affected by COVID-19, climbing to one of the world’s top hotspots for the virus. Brazil is filled with many marginalized communities that are faced with poor living conditions. The impact of these harsh living conditions can ultimately be translated

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China And Russia’s Election To The UN Human Rights Council Draw Criticism From Human Rights Lobbyists

The appointment of China and Russia to the UN Human Rights Council earlier this month has sparked mass outrage amongst international human rights groups. UN member states, particularly those in the West, have been criticized for giving two nations with well-documented histories of authoritarianism and appalling human rights abuses a

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