Clouds of fear have enveloped the Rohingya refugee camp in India as the authorities have detained nearly 200 refugees since March in the Jammu and Kashmir region. Human rights defenders are concerned over the possible deportation of Rohingya, especially a
Joe Biden's victory in the U.S. presidential election a month ago has instilled hope in politicians and citizens in India-administered Kashmir who expect President Donald Trump's replacement to raise the issue of human rights abuses in the region.
The mystery of the false princess and her palace of nine million The wife of the EU ambassador to Iraq, Spaniard Ramón Blecua, buys a 500-meter modernist mansion in Brussels with no known fortune.
Indus Waters Treaty: Hope Despite Rising Tensions
Press Freedom in Kashmir: Local and International Journalists Under Pressure One local journalist alleges that he was “made a human shield” by Indian soldiers.
One year ago on August 5, Indian Kashmir was cut off from the world as the Indian government blocked telecoms and internet after revoking an article granting the region autonomy.
India: A year of throttling journalism in Kashmir
India: “History’s longest ever e-curfew” continues in Kashmir.
On 5 August 2019, #India revoked #Kashmir’s autonomy and cut off all communications within this territory. Journalists were returned to the Stone Age.