Tag Archives: Southeast Asia

Ghirmay Ghebreslassie – Eritrean teen claims first gold at athletics worlds

Ghirmay Ghebreslassie

The Beijing World began, in the heat – the temperature at the Bird’s Nest track the sun blithely exceeds 30 degrees – and the first gold medal has been awarded. It has awarded to Ghebreslassie. Who, what, how? The little Ethiopian, officially 42 years on the clock, would he decided his shoes back racing sneakers, after announcing his retirement? Seven ...

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State Failure : Amnesty International called worst refugee crisis since the Second World War

State Failure : Amnesty International called worst refugee crisis since the Second World War

Million people worldwide are on the run . The human rights organization Amnesty International sharply reproaching the international community has ” failed miserably “ The terrorist militia “Islamic State” (IS) is in Syria and Iraq on the rise, Boko Haram in Nigeria spread fear and terror in Southeast Asia to escape the Rohingya from oppression. The armed conflicts in the ...

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Malaysia launches operation to rescue migrants

Malaysia

Thursday, May 21, Malaysia announced the mobilization of the Navy and Coast Guard to locate and rescue the trapped migrants aboard on ships in distress in the Andaman Sea . “We have to save lives ,” said Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on his Facebook account. Vessels carrying Bangladeshis who want to escape poverty and members of the Rohingya ethnic ...

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