News and Analysis 4/4/22

“[T]he media in Jammu and Kashmir was being ‘slowly choked’, primarily because of ‘extensive curbs’ imposed by the local administration … [but] Bhat may be the only journalist to have taken up arms so far”:

Extrajudicial executions take place almost daily:

The rioters “accused the vendor of selling non-vegetarian food during Navratri, even though there is no rule against doing so”:

“The Barel Rangers unit, a Jewish civilian group, was formally launched on Sunday by a former Israeli police officer”:

Critics accuse the panel charged with redrawing constituency seats of “offering just two hours to seek inputs from the entire Jammu region” and ignoring previous recommendations:

As Canadian students increasingly defend Palestinian rights some university administrators seek excuses to intervene:

“State Department spokesman Ned Price recently noted that after former US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal in 2018, ‘the number of attacks by Iran-backed groups went up 400 percent'”:

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