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The Hidden Genocide Of Burmese Muslims

The genocide is heart wrenching and the UN has labelled Rohingyas as ‘the most oppressed people in the world.’ It is beyond human understanding how a humanitarian crises as severe as that of Rohingyas, where people are suffering from death and disease, where children are dying of malnutrition, where the government has chosen to inflict [...]

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1.8 Million Palestinians Affected In Gaza Onslaught By Israel

The U.S. provides Israel 3 billion in aid which is then used to kill innocent civilians in Palestine. Israel is a racist apartheid state bent on committing mass murder, and while the death toll has gone beyond 1400, the number of wounded has shot up to 7,000. The Gaza Strip is only 40 km long [...]

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Violence And Massacre Of Innocent Palestinians in Gaza As Death Toll Exceeds 1200

The death toll in Gaza has exceeded 1200, 3700 Palestinians have been wounded and more than 100,000 have been displaced, and it is getting worse by the day. This deadly massacre has taken place in a short period of three weeks, as the clash began on the 8th of July. Many of the people who [...]

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Syria Massacre: Alleged Chemical Attack in Ghouta Damascus leave 1300 dead

Syria is burning and human blood is flowing as if its cheaper than water. The bloody battle between forces of Syrian President Bashar al Assad and the rebels have left thousands dead in past 2 years. In the recent act of inhumanity, the forces of Bashar have allegedly used chemical weapons at the Ghouta leaving [...]

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Labor Exploitation by Desi Community in the UK

For a soul coming from an underdeveloped or developing country, the quality life being promised by a fully-fledged developed country like the United Kingdom is indeed a blissful joy. Such exuberance is further complemented by the country’s strong commitment to preserve the basic rights. The right to ensure labors earn their due share in a [...]

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Tracing the path of Asteroid 2012 DA14

The asteroid 2012 DA14 is a near-Earth asteroid with an estimated diameter of about 50 meters and an estimated mass of about 190,000 metric tons. Asteroid 2012 DA14 was discovered by a team of amateur astronomers affiliated with the La Sagra Sky Survey at the Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca in southern Spain on Feb. 23, [...]

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Ebola Virus traces found in Bangladesh

Deadly Ebola Virus has arrived in Asia, traces found in Bangladesh

The terrifying hemorrhagic fever known as Ebola virus, or one of its relatives, seems to have made its way into Asia, specifically Bangladesh. Ebola, officially known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a severe disease caused by the Ebola virus that was first recognized in Africa in 1976. Early symptoms can include fever, headache, joint and [...]

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Indian Actor Aamir Khan Meets Maulana Tariq Jameel During Hajj

Indian actor Aamir Khan who is on Hajj met Pakistani scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel and Shahid Afridi. Maulana Tariq Jameel does not need an introduction. His speeches have changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Muslims all over the world. Aamir Khan is different from other actors as his movies contain social messages. Also, [...]

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‘Batman’ Visits Colorado Survivors While Gun Sales Rise After Cinema Massacre

Batman star Christian Bale along with his wife Sibi Blazic visited survivors of the Colorado theater shooting Tuesday and stopped by a makeshift memorial to victims of the attack that killed 12 people and injured 58. Bale, who stars as Batman in The Dark Knight Rises, previously issued a written statement saying: “Words cannot express [...]

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Bangladesh rickshaw puller starts clinic for the poor

Joynal Abedin still remembers the rainy and windy night when he saw his father die because there was no medical treatment. His village in the northern Mymensingh district of Bangladesh did not have any medical facility at that time, and the nearest hospital was about 20km (12 miles) away. The death of his father, about [...]

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