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  • 'I Consider All the Dead My Children': Mass Funerals in Peshawar
    'I Consider All the Dead My Children': Mass Funerals in Peshawar

    As news of the killings spread on Tuesday parents and family members rushed to the Army Public School in Peshawar. They hoped to find their child alive. Rehan Khan is here to find out news of his nephew. ldquo;I pray to Allah that my nephew is safe. It is not human to attack school and kill children. We are innocent and I donrsquo;t know why the militants kill us. I donrsquo;t consider them Mus... Read More

  • The land of Papua should not be used as a shooting range for the Indonesian military and police: Five teenagers killed after police opened fire into a crowd

    Five teenagers were killed in the western region of Paniai in West Papua last week when Indonesian police and the military opened fire into a crowd. Human rights watch says at least 17 others, including five primary school children, were wounded and are now in hospital. Their report says police and military officers fired live ammunition at about 800 peaceful demonstrators, including women and chi... Read More

  • India Christians Suspect Church was Burnt
    India Christians Suspect Church was Burnt

    Outside the police headquarters in New Delhi, hundreds of people sing hymns. They are on a sit-in protest against the burning of St. Sebastianrsquo;s Catholic Church. Sushil Kumar is among the protesters. ldquo;The church smells of kerosene even now, the oil canisters are still there, itrsquo;s clear that some used kerosene to set fire to the building but police are saying that it was an accide... Read More

  • Pakistan’s War on Terror Refugees not Welcomed Anywhere
    Pakistan’s War on Terror Refugees not Welcomed Anywhere

    The Pakistani army is expanding its ongoing offensive against Taliban militants in North Waziristan. The government has vowed to continue fighting till the last militant is killed. The operation that began in June has displaced nearly a million people. Tens of thousands of them are believed to have ended up in Sindh province. 70-year-old Loi Khan begs in a slum on the outskirts of Karachi. He fled... Read More

 

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Five Papua teenagers killed when Indonesian police and the military opened fire into a crowd. And India’s Christian minority protest church burning. Also an education fund for the journalist orphans of the Philippines.