A civilian was allegedly killed by the Indian security forces in the Sopore district of Kashmir, according to his family. Following the incident, pictures of the deceased’s grandson sitting on top of his dead body drenched in blood went viral on social media, triggering widespread condemnation
The killing of a 25-year-old civilian has triggered massive protests across central Kashmir. The security forces have responded by firing tear gas canisters and pellets, injuring scores of protesters
Nearly 150 protesters were also injured in the crackdown by security forces on Monday and Tuesday. Since the beginning of the protests on October 1, 2019, more than 500 people have been killed and over 25,000 injured
While the Israelis have claimed that the three men had entered the country, evidence from sources in Gaza contradicts this assertion. One of the victims is reported to be a minor
Sixteen-year-old Tehseen Nazeer was crushed to death by an armored police vehicle in Srinagar’s Nowgam, on Monday, January 6
The attack took place in the western Bakwa district and the most of the civilians were daily wage laborers. Pro-government forces killed more civilians than the Taliban in the first three months of the year
“Let Al Bashir.. and the fat cats go out to face the people whom [they have] humiliated, impoverished and despised, rather than you whose salaries are not enough for one week,” the Police Officers Association said in a statement.
A large number of Palestinians took to streets to protest against the IDF raids in West Bank.
Authorities have disabled mobile internet facility in entire South Kashmir comprising four districts.
Indian forces use high-intensity explosives to target militants and many a time they leave behind live ammunition in civilian areas due to lack of proper area sanitization, which has led to several casualties.
A report released by the Indian Home Ministry reveals that in 2017-18, Kashmir has witnessed a 167% increase in civilian killings