Iraqi civilians killed by airstrikes in their homes after being told not to flee Mosul

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Amnesty International

Hundreds of civilians have been killed by airstrikes inside their homes or in places where they sought refuge after following Iraqi government advice not to leave during the offensive to recapture the city of Mosul from the armed group calling itself Islamic State (IS), human rights NGO Amnesty International have stated.

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Lawyer urges DRC to claim $10 billion from Uganda in compensation

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Darell Maurice

Three months prior to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) trial against Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) “should not be distracted,  but rather prepare its evidence”, advised lawyer Fidèle Zegbe last week. According to him, the country would have to file before January 6, 2016 to justify the 10 billion dollars they are to claim in compensation from Uganda.

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Pakistan, Terrorism and Human Rights

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Muhammad Waqas Awan

The black day of 16th December 2014 can never be wiped from the mind of Pakistani people when the APS was attacked by terrorists and more then 142 children were brutally killed.

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