Human rights violations

Kashmir Peoples Dispatch

Glimpse of everyday life in highly militarized Kashmir after the February 15 suicide attack in Pulwama which almost brought India and Pakistan at the brink of war.

Chinese, Indian and Malaysian firms have been partnering with the militarized state-run oil company. Transnational oil companies have been assisting the government troops by allowing them to use the companies’ air strips and other road infrastructures for their operations, according to the UN

Protest in Sri Lanka urging the UN not to give more time to the Sri Lankan government for war crimes investigations

Families of tens of thousands of Tamils are still waiting for justice for the mass atrocities committed by the Sri Lankan government during the civil war that lasted 26 years

Executed Egyptians

The accused were hanged despite the appeals by international human rights groups for a stay on the executions, and condemnations over the death sentences given under questionable circumstances

Israeli settlement in occupied Palestine

The report details how companies like Airbnb, TripAdvisor, etc are disregarding human rights and international law by ‘legitimizing’ illegal Israeli settlements for profit

British soldiers in Basra, Iraq

Soldiers also engaged in cover-ups by disguising civilians as militants to make operations appear legitimate. The Middle East Eye report revealed how junior officers in the British army were taught to specifically shoot such civilians during their training

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