Turkey says it is assisting Iraqi Kurdish fighters in crossing into Syria to aid their brethren in the embattled city of Kobani, where Kurds have fought a fierce defense action for weeks against besieging Islamic State militants.
We urge you to use your discretionary powers as Australia's Immigration Minister to expedite a remaining relative visa for Saacid, whose father Abdi is dying of terminal liver cancer in Darwin. They have not seen each other for 23 years.
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Since 2009, dozens of Aboriginal people have died in custody. All despite there already being a Royal Commission. It's devastating to think our politicians have been told what they need to do to stop these deaths happening, but so far have refused to act.
Followers of Dorje Shugden have now taken the battle against the Tibetan spiritual leader and the government-in-exile to the social networking sites. Dorje Shugden, referred to as 'Dolgyal' or 'demon king', is an ancient Tibetan deity denounced by the Dal
Einas Khalil, 5, died after being hit by a car driven by an Israeli settler near the central West Bank town of Sinjil,Israeli police arrived at the scene shortly after the incident and opened an investigation into whether it was deliberate, locals said.
A junior minister in the Foreign Office responsible for the ME, said that settlement building made "it hard for Israel's friends to make the case that Israel is committed to peace." He went on, "Only an end to the occupation will ensure ...."
Could ISIS be the carriers of black flags and people with "hearts of iron" Muslims were warned about centuries ago? History may provide more insight than the talking heads who seem bewildered by ISIS' bloody campaign of terror.
"Complicated mechanisms are being created to manoeuvre around the problem, not address it," said Tartir, programme director of Al Shabaka. "This means more money is wasted and Palestinians' dependency status is entrenched."
By Kat Yang-stevens
On Monday 15th September, 2014 Ayesha Asghar finally breathed a sigh of relief. For over one year Ayesha had been engaged in a struggle to achieve basic accountability for the racist, and humiliating actions of a bounce
Once, more than 2,000 Tibetans a year made the dangerous crossing from Tibet to Nepal In the past six years only about 100 arrived so far Those who do manage to escape describe increased restrictions on movement, more surveillance and a climate of fear