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US Consulate employee jailed in Turkey over terrorism charges

US Consulate employee jailed in Turkey over terrorism charges

A U.S. consulate employee has been jailed for nine years by a Turkish court for association with a terrorist group and aiding it. The United States Embassy to Turkey has expressed its disappointment on the…

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U.S. Choppers sale to Philippines opposed by Human Rights Watch, says would ‘reward past abuses’

U.S. Choppers sale to Philippines opposed by Human Rights Watch, says would ‘reward past abuses’

Human Rights Watch has opposed U.S. deal with Philippines of selling attack helicopters worth $2 billion approximately. On Friday, the Human Rights Watch organization released a statement in which it called upon the United States…

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Nowhere to go for asylum-seekers as US-Mexico border restrictions extend, Migrants Advocates articulate

Nowhere to go for asylum-seekers as US-Mexico border restrictions extend, Migrants Advocates articulate

With the extension of travel restrictions across the South Western border of U.S. with Mexico, the asylum seekers are going to be the most affected. The migrant activists say that setting foot on the U.S.…

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Human Rights Violations in Xinjiang, China – U.S. Senate To Vote on Bill Against It

Human Rights Violations in Xinjiang, China – U.S. Senate To Vote on Bill Against It

Human rights violations in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) in northwest China have long been under the scrutiny of human rights activists around the globe. The U.S. Senate is likely to vote for a…

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