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If you're a writer active on social media then you probably fight off 'trolls' every day. But if you question the Hindu nationalist government of India, you find yourself dealing with an entirely unique breed of a troll.
Kashmiri bodies have always been used as a battleground for Indian forces in the region and the latest move from India comes with the looming threat of further violations.
A far-left guerrilla insurgency has exploited the grievances of marginalised tribes to wage a 50-year long battle against the state.
Last authorised opinion polls suggest PM Benjamin Netanyahu heading for next term in office. Meanwhile, the country's Arab minority is being urged to boycott election over Israel's controversial "nation-state" law.
With the government acknowledging reports of rapes committed by security forces, could this be the beginning of the end of impunity among the state-sponsored armed forces?
India is the second-most populated country, and is home to roughly 172 million Muslims who form the third-largest Muslim population on earth. The marginalised community is among the most economically deprived sections of Indian society.
The decision was linked to a dispute about a contract for warships.
Joshua Wong and Nathan Law are among the Umbrella Movement trio that blocked major roads for 79 days in 2014 protests, demanding Beijing grant Hong Kong full democracy.
Authorities confirm at least 16 people killed after a building collapsed in Nairobi on Friday as rescue efforts continue.
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