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  • Hong Kong Chief Executive Tells Protesting Crowds to Go Home

    Hong Kong’s leader Leung Chun-ying called on pro-democracy protesters in Central to go home despite the growing number of people joining the assembly. Leung also said the government and Beijing cannot comply with the calls of the protesters as Beijing will not reverse its decision to have a pro-Beijing panel screen the 2014 Hong Kong

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  • About 70,000 Kurds Fleeing into Turkish Borders

    According to the United Nations Refugee Agency UNHCR, more than 70,000 Kurdish refugees are rushing towards the Turkish borders following news from Syrian and Turkey Kurdish fighters that Islamic State (IS) militants are closing into the Kurdish safe zone. Villages conquered by the IS towards the village were described as “genocidal operations.” A Kurdish commander

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  • Pakistani Capital Protests Escalate into National Crisis

    After Sunday, Pakistan’s peaceful protests against the resignation of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad had turned into a national crisis. The main road that linked Iraqi Parliament to different government buildings in central Islamabad appeared war torn after paramilitary and police forces clashed with civilian protesters under the command of Cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri and

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