Posts Tagged “Somalia”

Impact of Trump ban on Yemen detailed in new report

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Impact of Trump ban on Yemen detailed in new report

Impact of Trump ban on Yemen detailed in new report The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and the Rule of Law Clinic at Yale Law School released “Window Dressing the Muslim Ban: Reports of waivers & mass denials from Yemeni-American families stuck in limbo.” The new report documents the impact of Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”…

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Hunger crisis ravages some Middle East nations, ICRC

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Hunger crisis ravages many Middle East nations, ICRC “Massive scaling up urgently needed to tackle hunger crisis” says ICRC’s Director of Operations The ICRC is appealing for $400m to help those most affected by the humanitarian crises in Somalia, Yemen, South Sudan and north-east Nigeria. The funds will ensure 5 million vulnerable people receive essential…

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Trump issues new restrictions on immigrants

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Trump issues new restrictions on immigrants

Trump issues new restrictions on immigrants President Donald Trump this week unveiled a new Executive Order to temporarily suspend immigration from six countries with Muslim majorities, dropping Iraq and easing restrictions on Syrian refugees. Critics insist it is a “Muslim ban” By Ray Hanania President Donald Trump this week unveiled a new Executive Order to temporarily suspend…

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AHRC condemns heinous Ohio State University attack

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AHRC condemns heinous Ohio State University attack

AHRC condemns heinous Ohio State University attack Prominent Greater Detroit region Human Rights group denounces the recent violent assault by a suspect who seriously injured 11 students who is identified as a Muslim immigrant from Somalia The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) strongly condemns the attack on students at Ohio State University (OSU) allegedly carried out by…

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Don’t just investigate Bergdahl, investigate his entire unit

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Don’t just investigate Bergdahl, investigate his entire unit

Don’t just investigate Bergdahl, investigate the conduct of his entire unit By Ray Hanania Bowe Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2009 and became a prisoner of war. After being urged to pursue a prisoner swap by Republican members of Congress, and public pressure, Bergdahl was swapped in exchange for the release of…

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