Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Asia Politics

Hong Kong demonstrators continue protests at Christmas

Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong marched in several shopping malls chanting pro-democracy slogans Wednesday, after a day of violent clashes with police leaving a major tourist area decorated for Christmas, covered with tear gas. The protests that escalated in June...

Afghanistan: 27 activists kidnapped in the western Farah province

The People's Peace Movement in Afghanistan announced today, Wednesday, that the Taliban movement kidnapped 27 of its members while they were traveling from Herat province on a road in Farah province, in the western part of the country. Afghan channel...

India: Ruling BJP receives heavy loss in Jharkhand elections amid CAB protests

India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lost the elections in Jharkhand state on Monday, adding to a series of electoral losses suffered since last December, amid protests representing the biggest challenge to the Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The...

Afghanistan: Incumbent Ashraf Ghani wins presidential election

Afghan leader Mohammad Ashraf Ghani won the election held in September this year.  According to the preliminary result of the independent election commission, the 70-year-old politician has a narrow absolute majority with 50.64 percent of the vote, as the...

India’s Citizenship Act: State police brutality, death toll from protests rose to 23

India's Citizenship Act: Indian police announced that 9 people were killed during clashes between demonstrators and police forces in the north of the country, raising the total death toll from the protests against the citizenship law changes across the...

Mahathir calls for Israel to be referred to the International Criminal Court for genocide

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad Saturday called for Israel to be referred to the International Criminal Court on charges of genocide, illegal construction of settlements in the Palestinian territories and the ongoing attacks against the Palestinian people. Mahathir Mohamad said...

Controversial Citizenship Law: Indian streets pose civil war threats

Controversial Citizenship Law: Indian police fired tear gas and used an electric stick to disperse thousands of protesters, who were setting fire to vehicles in New Delhi, on Sunday, while protests against the new citizenship law continued for the...

Erdogan threatens US with closure of Incirlik air base

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened the United States with the closure of Incirlik air base. Should this be necessary in view of the American sanctions in the room and because of the recognition of the Armenian Genocide...

India: Multicultural country forced under the Hindu blanket

Seems to pass a week in which it does not come in India to mass protests. But the riots in the states of Assam and Tripura in Northeast India in recent days have been particularly violent. According to Indian media...

North Korean envoy: Kim Jong-un describes Trump as impatient old man

North Korean official said on Monday that his country's leader, Kim Jong-un, might change his mind about US President Donald Trump if he continues to make "inappropriate and dangerous" statements, describing Trump as an "impatient old man". Kim Yong Chol,...

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Trudeau’s party wins Canada vote but fails to get majority

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party secured victory in parliamentary elections but failed to get the majority he wanted...
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