Dec 12, 2012

Ahwazi: Landmines Continue To Kill

Ahwazi Arabs employed to clear landmines continue to face serious risk as an estimated 16 million landmines remain from the Iran-Iraq War, which ended in 1988.

Dec 12, 2012

Ahwazi: Landmines Continue To Kill

Ahwazi Arabs employed to clear landmines continue to face serious risk as an estimated 16 million landmines remain from the Iran-Iraq War, which ended in 1988.

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Dec 12, 2012

East Turkestan: World Uyghur Congress Condemns...

The World Uyghur Congress has issued a statement condemning the death sentences issued to three Uyghurs on 11 December 2012.

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Dec 12, 2012

Tibet: Monks Arrested For Supporting Student ...

Three monks have been arrested in the Chabcha region of Tsolho for helping to disseminate information about a 26 November 2012 protest held by over one thousand Tibetan students.

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Dec 11, 2012

Vhavenda: Increase In Access To Clean Water

A new Census report has shown that almost 90% of the households in the Vhembe region now have access to clean water. Results were welcomed by the Vhavenda King. 

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Dec 11, 2012

Southern Azerbaijan: Thousands Remain Homeles...

Thousands of people remain homeless several months after twin quakes struck Northwest Iran. Government promises to rebuild homes are yet to materialize.

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Dec 11, 2012

Assyria: Active Participation At UN Forum

The Assyrian Universal Alliance presented two statements during the 5th Session of the Forum on Minority Issues at the United Nations. The Assyrian representatives later met with the Office of the High...

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Dec 11, 2012

Chin: Two Official Holidays To Be Recognized

Chin National Day and Chin State Day will become government holidays in Burma. Chin National Day is a date of historical importance that emerged through the course of the ethnic group’s struggle...

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Dec 11, 2012

Tibet: Global Call For Rights And Action

Across the globe Tibetans and Tibet supporters gathered to demand action from world leaders in response to the human rights abuses occurring in Tibet under Chinese rule. 351 000 people signed a petition...

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