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MBS has weakened the ties between Washington and Riyadh

Saudi crown prince is ‘irrational’ and ‘unhinged

Truth NGO – Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) in an interview on Sunday called Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman “irrational” and “unhinged,” saying he has weakened the ties between Washington and Riyadh. “I think he’s done a lot of damage to the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia,” Graham told NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “And I have no …

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Israel aims to ignite ‘religious war’

Israel aims to ignite ‘religious war’

Truth NGO – The Palestinian Authority says Israel seeks to ignite a religious war after an Israeli minister forced his way into the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem al-Quds with a group of extremists Sunday. “The aggression on al-Aqsa Mosque by storming it is a hellish crime perpetrated by and initiated by an extremist terror ideology,” Palestinian Authority spokesman Yusef …

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Human rights groups call on Canada to end coerced sterilization of indigenous women

TruthNGO- Amnesty International said it will lobby UN committee to pressure government as at least 60 women join class action lawsuit Human rights groups are calling on Canada to end the coerced sterilization of indigenous women, as a growing number of victims seek to join a class action lawsuit against government and medical professionals. At least 60 women have joined …

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HRW: Egypt rounds up dozens of human rights defenders

TruthNGO- Egyptian authorities have rounded up at least 40 rights workers, activists and lawyers since late October and detained them in “undisclosed locations”, Human Rights Watch said Sunday. “Many of those arrested were people who provided humanitarian and legal support to families of political detainees,” HRW said, calling on the government to reveal their whereabouts. The rights group spoke with …

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Genocide Took Place in Cambodia: Daily Brief

France should step up on Yemen conflict; UN Security Council must address Uyghurs in China visit; the need for a UN investigation into Khashoggi murder; Angola must stop abusive deportations of migrants; European Court of Human Rights rules against Russia’s arrests of opposition leader; European Parliament pressures Vietnam to improve human rights ahead of trade agreement; and some good news …

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CIA concludes MBS ordered Khashoggi assassination

CIA concludes Saudi crown prince ordered Khashoggi assassination

Truth NGO – The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the gruesome murder of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Arab kingdom’s consulate in the Turkish city of Istanbul last month, a report says. In a report published on Friday, The Washington Post, citing unnamed people familiar with the matter, …

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“Shall I Feed My Daughter, or Educate Her?” Barriers to Girls’ Education in Pakistan

TruthNGO– Pakistan was described as “among the world’s worst performing countries in education,” at the 2015 Oslo Summit on Education and Development. The new government, elected in July 2018, stated in their manifesto that nearly 22.5 million children are out of school. Girls are particularly affected. Thirty-two percent of primary school age girls are out of school in Pakistan, compared …

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US Cracks Down on Visas for Immigrant Heroes

TruthNGO- Linda Mendoza was opening her beauty salon in East Oakland, California, when a gunman pointed a gun at her pregnant belly and demanded cash. Mendoza, who had been brought to the US at age four and was undocumented, called the police after her assailant fled, ignoring objections of friends and family who worried that by drawing attention to herself …

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Indonesian Police Harass Transgender Women

TruthNGO- Police in Indonesia’s Lampung province were caught on video arresting and humiliating three transgender women, known as waria, the latest incident of rising state-sanctioned violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Indonesia.  On November 2, municipal police conducted an anti-LGBT raid on the beach in Labuhan Jukung, Lampung on the island of Sumatra and arrested three warias: …

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