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Qaisar Mansoor 21st January is remembered as the darkest day in the history of Kashmir. It is being marked as the 32nd martyrdom anniversary of

Qaisar Mansoor Before the Mughals, India was not one country. There were several states fighting with each other all the time. The Mughals conquered the

By Thomas Clarke – LIPR AOP from Netherlands In the recent decades, there has been a sheer number of refugees and asylum seekers triggered by

William Byrd, Ph.D. Afghanistan is teetering on the brink of a famine and economic collapse. Millions face the prospect of falling into poverty, starvation and

By Thomas Clarke-LIPR Ambassador of Peace from Netherlands Introduction Palestine is recognized by the United Nations as a de jure sovereign state, between the Mediterranean Sea

Tom Fowdy As 2021 comes to a close and Joe Biden edges towards one year in office, there’s one thing clear already: contrary to hopes

It was lockdown in the Indian city of Hyderabad when activist SQ Masood was stopped on the street by police who asked him to

Sameer Hashmi Security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir have been accused of carrying out beatings and torture in the wake of the government's decision to strip