News and Analysis (7/7/20)

“In light of the evidence that the US has provided to date, the targeting of General Soleimani, and the deaths of those accompanying him, constitute an arbitrary killing” — UN special rapporteur:

“Contrary to USAID’s comments …, Lloyd does not refer to ‘radical Islam’ in any of these posts but the entirety of the religion”:

The council charges the government put Muslims but not the alt-right under surveillance “despite the increasing Islamophobia and hate speech directed at Muslims in New Zealand”:

Trump’s poor negotiation skills and aggressive approach to Foreign policy have undermined Iranians who support dialogue with US:

With evidence mounting that the Nantaz centrifuge fire was due to sabotage, Iran vows revenge if a foreign cyber-attack is behind it; the retaliation could come in cyberspace:

“While officials have defended the practice as a life-saving measure, civil rights groups attacked it as an assault on privacy rights”:

The incident of online retailer sheds light on the need for cultural education before embracing cultural diversity and inclusion:

Palestinian President Abbas congratulates Merkel on the presidency of Council of EU and thanks her for supporting international law and speaking up against annexation:

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