News and Analysis (8/6/20)

“The investigation is focusing on how 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate, a highly explosive chemical used in fertilizers, came to be stored at the facility for six years”:

India’s feeble concession to journalists unable to do their jobs because of the Internet shutdown in Kashmir: 15 minutes at one of four computers in a Srinagar hotel:

Sheldon Richman is “happy to hear that [Rogan] did not apologize for” saying “I was fed a huge amount of lies about Israel my entire life”:

Despite the year of oppression in Jammu and Kashmir …

… Pakistan has failed to get the U.N. or the OIC to address the problem, perhaps because its hostility to India goes well beyond that particular issue …

… and even n Pakistan, a demonstration in solidarity with Kashmir ends with dozens wounded by a grenade attack for which an ethnic Sindhi armed separatist group takes credit:

“Zara Mohammadi was sentenced to 10 years in prison for teaching Kurdish. This is part of a state policy against minorities”:

“Denver police have opened a homicide investigation and said there is evidence of arson in the case”:

“He will be replaced in the special envoy role by Elliott Abrams, who currently serves as the Department’s special representative for Venezuela, Pompeo said. Abrams will maintain that role”:

A year without school because of the Indian aggression is extended by the Coronavirus:






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