Anger in Bangladesh over dissident author’s demise in jail

Protests erupt over demise of Mushtaq Ahmed, arrested final yr on fees of violating the stringent Digital Security Act. There is widespread anger in Bangladesh over the demise in jail of a dissident author arrested final yr underneath the Digital Security Act (DSA), which critics say stifles freedom of speech. Mushtaq Ahmed, 53, died on… Continue reading Anger in Bangladesh over dissident author’s demise in jail

Rihanna, Greta Thunberg anger India by supporting farmer protests

Following tweets by worldwide celebrities, overseas ministry says ‘vested interest groups’ attempting to mobilise help towards the federal government. Pop famous person Rihanna and local weather activist Greta Thunberg have drawn the ire of the Indian authorities after they tweeted in help of the massive protests towards the brand new farm legal guidelines. Tens of… Continue reading Rihanna, Greta Thunberg anger India by supporting farmer protests

Iraqi anger grows after election postponement

Sulaimaniyah City, Iraq – Iraq’s leaders pushed to postpone parliamentary elections fearing public discontent would result in their elimination from energy, an analyst with ties to the federal government says. Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi, President Barham Salih, and Speaker of the Parliament Mohammad al-Halbusi wished a later vote over considerations about their prospects for re-election… Continue reading Iraqi anger grows after election postponement

Is Erdogan’s anger signal of early elections?

Jan 21, 2021 Over the final couple of months, the world has noticed a comparatively stunning image: a sort and delicate Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He is able to embrace Israel, declare the way forward for Turkey within the European Union (EU), discuss to the Saudi king on the telephone and cheer for the top of the blockade towards Qatar,… Continue reading Is Erdogan’s anger signal of early elections?

Anger in Russia over funeral of ‘God fearing youth’ who beheaded Paris schoolteacher, as Chechnya denies glorifying terrorism

Chechen authorities have denied {that a} funeral service held for Paris teacher-killer Abdullah Anzorov was a justification of terrorism. The 18-year-old’s physique was repatriated after he was shot lifeless by police in France. On Tuesday, native TV in Grozny broadcast footage from a ceremony held in Anzorov’s honor within the majority-Muslim area. The report said… Continue reading Anger in Russia over funeral of ‘God fearing youth’ who beheaded Paris schoolteacher, as Chechnya denies glorifying terrorism