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U.A.E Stands By Conflicted Yemen

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

ROME, Sep 07 (IPS) - As unrest and chaos plague Yemen, the U.A.E is not waiting in silence. Recognising that in spite of being impoverished Yemen has always been strategically important for U.A.E and the region, the warfare and conflict will not only gravely affect the region itself but could also obstruct the future security of the Middle East as a whole.

Yemeni Refugees Still Stuck on Wrong Side of the Water

Tuesday, September 06, 2016

OBOCK, Djibouti, Sep 06 (IPS) - Tears emerge from the slit of 20-year-old Gada's black niqab face veil. After more than a minute's silence she still can't answer the question: How bad was it in Yemen before you left?

Islam Right Now

Tuesday, September 06, 2016

ALICANTE, Spain, Sep 06 (IPS) - Watching Christianity nearly a century–fundamentalist Christians fighting ritualistic Christians fighting secularism, generally moving fundamentalism–>ritualism–>secularism–maybe the same for Islam? Their similarities make "Islam right now" a repetition of Christianity; their differences shout, Watch Out! Let us see where this leads us.

Yemen’s Children Deserve Better

Friday, September 02, 2016

Tracing War Missing Still a Dangerous Quest in Sri Lanka

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

MANNAR, Aug 24 (IPS) - As Sri Lanka readies to begin the grim task of searching for thousands of war missing, those doing the tracing on the ground say that they still face intimidation and threats while doing their work.

US, EU Accused of Paying Lip Service to Global Arms Treaty

Monday, August 22, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, Aug 22 (IPS) - The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which was aimed at curbing the flow of small arms and light weapons to war zones and politically-repressive regimes, is being openly violated by some of the world's arms suppliers, according to military analysts and human rights organizations.

133 Organisations Nominate Syria’s White Helmets for Nobel Peace Prize

Thursday, August 18, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, Aug 18 (IPS) - Syria's White Helmets - the volunteers who rescue civilians from collapsed buildings - could be the "most popular" nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize ever, according to human rights group, the Syria Campaign.

Interview: The UN Security Council and North Korea's Nuclear Threat

Sunday, August 14, 2016

UNITED NATIONS / ROME, Aug 14 (IPS) - Ambassador Hahn Choong-hee, UN representative of the Republic of Korea, spoke with IPS about the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2270, which was unanimously adopted on 2 March 2016.

“Non-lethal' Pellet Guns Maim Hundreds in Kashmiri Protests

Friday, August 05, 2016

SRINAGAR, Aug 05 (IPS) - Hospitals in Kashmir's summer capital are packed to capacity these days, their wards overflowing with pellet gun victims injured during violent clashes with government forces.

Is Hypocrisy The Silent Strategy of Western Democracy?

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

ROME, Aug 03 (IPS) - The official reasons for the US-led, UK-backed invasion of Iraq in 2003 were to disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction, end Saddam Hussein's support of terrorism, and free the Iraqi people.

However, immediately after the United States deposed and killed Iraq's dictator and established a new authority to govern the country, a chaotic post-invasion environment surfaced, militias formed, inter-ethnic violence between Sunnis and Shias increased, and the Abu Ghraib scandal came to light.

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