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Silent Bollywood shuns India’s political limelight

MUMBAI (AFP) – A furious backlash against two Bollywood stars who complained of rising intolerance in India has highlighted the film industry s uneasy relationship with politics, in contrast to Hollywood where celebrities are often lauded for their activism. Top actors Aamir Khan and Shahrukh Khan were accused of being unpatriotic ...

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Saudi aggression deteriorating humanitarian situation in Yemen

Saudi Arabia’s continuing military aggression against Yemen has deteriorated the humanitarian situation in the impoverished Arab country, taking a heavy toll on its internally displaced persons (IDPs), Press TV reports. The onslaught, which began in late March, has created an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, resulting in a surge in the number ...

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Eight civilians dead as Saudi jets hit new areas in Yemen

At least eight civilians have lost their lives and several others sustained injuries in Saudi airstrikes against various areas in Yemen. On Monday, Saudi warplanes struck a residential neighborhood in the al-Talah district of Yemen’s northwestern province of Sa’ada, situated 240 kilometers (150 miles) north of the capital, Sana’a, leaving ...

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Muslims main victims of terrorist attacks: Iraq FM

The Iraqi foreign minister says the terrorist activities committed by Takfiri Daesh terrorists show the terror group’s hatred toward the entire world, noting that Muslims are the main victims of terrorist attacks. “What unites them [terrorists] is this hatred they share. They are ready to die. They are ready to ...

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London campaigns against war in Syria

Lindsey German, who organised the Downing Street protest for Stop the War, said it was a “good start”. “We’ve got thousands of people here and we’ve blocked Whitehall, and there are dozens of demonstrations going on around the country. I’m very pleased.” German said Stop the War would be “back ...

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Afghan group questions US’s narrative of raid on MSF hospital

The United States’ airstrike on a charity-run hospital in Afghanistan raises suspicions that Washington intentionally disregarded the standard rules of engagement, a non-profit Afghan policy research organization says. “The question remains whether the disregard of these procedures was intentional,” said Kate Clark of Afghan Analysts Network on Monday. Clark called for an independent international investigation into ...

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Blasts leave five dead in far north Cameroon

Five people have been killed in a double bomb attack in a town near Cameroon’s volatile far northern border with Nigeria. Officials said the bombings were carried out in the town of Dabanga on Saturday. The first blast was carried out by a female assailant inside a house while the ...

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Chicago Univ. closes campus upon FBI terror warning

The University  of Chicago has canceled classes and activities on its campus following a warning by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). FBI counter-terrorism officials informed the university of an online threat of gun violence by an unknown person slated for Monday morning, the university president, Robert Zimmer, said in ...

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