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India’s “Jihad of Love” Laws: Another Attempt to Subjugate Muslims | Islamophobia News

On January 6, the Supreme Court of India refused to uphold controversial laws recently enacted in several states to fight the "jihad of...

Wikipedia turns 20 and targets the next billion users | Internet News

The Internet Encyclopedia, which was launched in 2001, is currently the seventh most popular website in the world.Wikipedia is celebrating its 20th anniversary...

Protesting Indian Farmers, Government Hold Ninth Round of Talks | Agriculture News

Farmers threatened to escalate their unrest as they marched to New Delhi on January 26, when India celebrates its Republic Day.Leaders of Indian...

Australia: Fake Label Claim Gives Pigeon a Stay on Death Row | Australia News

The pigeon, for which Australia has declared a biosecurity risk, could have a lifeline after a U.S. bird organization said its blindfold was...

Rioters at the US Capitol included trained ex-military and police: AP | News from the United States and Canada

As supporters of President Donald Trump gathered outside the United States Capitol last week and sang the national anthem, a line of men...

Recovery fears are pushing Asian stocks lower despite US push Business and Economic News

Asian stocks stumbled on Friday afternoon, reversing earlier gains as the rise in COVID-19 cases in China heightened investor concerns about the prospects...

Uganda: Bobi Wine says elections are marred by “fraud and violence” | Election News

The opposition leader did not give details of the charges as the government said the vote was peaceful.Bobi Wine, Ugandan incumbent President Yoweri...

Uganda: Bobi Wine says elections are marred by “fraud and violence” | Election News

The opposition leader did not give details of the charges as the government said the vote was peaceful.Bobi Wine, Ugandan incumbent President Yoweri...

Pakistan sacks 12 police officers for failing to protect Hindu temple | Police News

Police officers shot acts of "cowardice, irresponsibility and neglect" for failing to try to stop the crowd as they attacked the temple in...

Kashmiri forest dwellers hope long-delayed law will stop evictions | Indigenous rights news

Nomadic forest dwellers in Indian-administered Kashmir put their hopes in the implementation of a 14-year-old law to save their lands and homes, as...

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