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Suu Kyi lost Malaysia’s support for her role against Rohingya: Mahathir

Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has said Malaysia will no longer support the leadership of Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi because of her handling of the Rohingya crisis in her country. In an interview with Turkish international news channel TRT World, Dr Mahathir said Suu Kyi seemed to be a ‘changed person’ in over the plight of the ... Read More »

Erdogan wins re-election in historic Turkish polls

Recep Tayyip Erdogan has won the country’s key presidential vote, electoral officials have said, in a result that will allow him to keep his seat with increased powers and become Turkey’s first executive president. With 97.7 percent of ballots counted, Erdogan received on Sunday more than half the votes required to secure an outright victory, Sadi Guven, the head of the Supreme Election Committee ... Read More »

Bangladeshi Akayed Ullah’s Trial Date is fixed in October by American Court  

A US federal judge on Tuesday set a 29 October trial date for Akayed Ullah, the Bangladeshi man accused of attempting an Islamic State-inspired suicide bomb attack on a busy New York City commuter hub in December. At a hearing in Manhattan federal court, US District Judge Richard Sullivan rejected a request by Ullah’s lawyers for a December trial date. ... Read More »

Former President of Brazil is in Prison for 12 Years Leftist icon Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva spent Sunday as Brazil’s first former president to be imprisoned for a common crime — and his cell was in the headquarters of the giant anti-graft probe that brought him down.The first day of Lula’s 12-year sentence marked the downfall of once one of the world’s most popular politicians. Although Brazilian presidents ... Read More »

Child Labor is Crime: Say no to Child labor

Asia-Pacific enjoys a reputation as a vibrant economic zone, but it is also home to more working children than any other region in the world; an estimated 122 million children aged 5-14 years are compelled to work for their survival. Millions are not enrolled in school at all. Although there has been progress in reducing child labour in many countries ... Read More »

The Most Stylist and Highest Paid Lawyer

The laws and regulations of country have to be strict enough to make the people amend their ways. Why do we hire a lawyer? Simply because we want his/her to resolve our sensitive legal issues and help us get relief. A successful and good lawyer can be the sign of success and he/she can guide is in a better way ... Read More »

UN rights office claims violations in Kunduz, Afghanistan The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) discharged a report Saturday portraying human rights manhandle in Kunduz, Afghanistan, amid a makeshift occupation by the Taliban. The report discharged preparatory figures of 289 regular citizen passings and 559 non military personnel wounds that happened from September 28 to October ... Read More »

Obama praises new climate change agreement of Paris summit US President Barack Obama on Saturday hailed the new environmental change assention came to Friday at the Paris summit. The understanding was come to amid the twenty-first yearly meeting of gatherings, known as COP21 . He expressed that the understanding could be a defining moment for the world. The summit accomplished the objective of constraining worldwide temperature ascend to ... Read More »

Guatemala ex-president charged over corruption Previous Guatemalan president Otto Pérez Molina was formally charged by prosecutors on Wednesday taking after the examination concerning the debasement outrage that prompted his renunciation. Prosecutor Francisco Sandoval said that Pérez Molina is associated with illegal affiliation, traditions misrepresentation and gift. Pérez Molina was imprisoned pending examination in September taking after an arraignment over defilement allegations. The judge gave ... Read More »

homosexuality ban is challenged in Jamaica   Maurice Tomlinson, a Jamaican human rights extremist, on Thursday tested the defendability of Jamaica’s Offenses Against the Person Act of 1864 , which criminalizes consensual sexual behavior between men, in the.  The objection claims that segments 76, 77 and 79 of the law damage procurements of Jamaica’s Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms , a 2011 alteration to ... Read More »