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600,000 Civilians Dead, Injured By Saudi Bombings: Yemeni Ministry Says

600,000 Civilians Dead, Injured By Saudi Bombings: Yemeni Ministry Says Updated

🕔01:00, 26.Mar 2018

The Yemeni ministry concluded that the Saudi-led aggression has destroyed 600 mosques and tourist facilities, and damaged 393 archaeological sites.

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UK May Strike Syria If Gas Attack Claims Proven – Boris Johnson Warns

UK May Strike Syria If Gas Attack Claims Proven – Boris Johnson Warns

🕔16:09, 27.Feb 2018

“If we know that it has happened, and we can demonstrate it, and if there is a proposal for action where the UK could be useful then I think we should seriously consider it,” Britain’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told the BBC on Tuesday. Read more.

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Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi Biography and Profile

Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi Biography and Profile

🕔13:14, 10.Feb 2018

Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi, lawyer and human rights campaigner, born 22 April 1938; died 5 September 2009. Upon completion of his legal education in London, Gani Fawehinmi returned home and was called to the Nigerian Bar in January 1965. Barely a year later, the first republic was sacked by the armed forces.

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Turkey Bombing in Syria Damages Ancient Temple in Afrin

Turkey Bombing in Syria Damages Ancient Temple in Afrin

🕔13:15, 28.Jan 2018

Turkey has warned that its operation in Afrin could expand to the nearby Syrian city of Manbij. Meanwhile, the General Directorate for Antiquities and Museums at the Ministry of Culture condemned “the Turkish aggression on archaeological sites in Afrin.”

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Amnesty Calls on UK Theresa May to Recover Lost Files From Kew National Archives

Amnesty Calls on UK Theresa May to Recover Lost Files From Kew National Archives

🕔11:20, 27.Dec 2017

Patrick Corrigan, Amnesty International’s Northern Ireland Programme Director, said: “Amnesty is deeply concerned at reports that potentially crucial evidence of possible human rights violations in Northern Ireland and elsewhere is being allowed to vanish from The National Archives. Victims of human rights abuses in Northern Ireland have a right to full disclosure of what happened to them and their loved ones at the hands of the state.

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