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Religion is not the only reason Rohingyas are being forced out of Myanmar Giuseppe Forino, University of Newcastle; Jason von Meding, University of Newcastle, and...

How Jakarta’s first Chinese Indonesian governor became an easy target for...

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ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani discussed Kurdish independence, the fate of areas outside the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) administration and Erbil-Baghdad...

Hosni Mubarak acquitted of killing 800 protesters, so, who killed them?

Egyptian Courts have found no criminal evidence against Hosni Mubarak over his involvement in killing of 800+ protesters during 2011 uprising in Egypt. This...

Turkey plans to repair dozens of mosques in Syria

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