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Islamic State group calls for attacking civilians – Washington Post

Toronto Star Islamic State group calls for attacking civiliansWashington PostBEIRUT — The Islamic State group's spokesman said its fighters are ready to battle a U.S.-led military coalition, casting it as a historic clash between Muslims and their enemies and calling for attacks at home and abroad. Abu Mohammed al-Adnani's …Islamic State (IS) death cult call to kill AustraliansHerald... 

China Police Equipment Aids Rights Violations: Amnesty – Businessweek

NDTV China Police Equipment Aids Rights Violations: AmnestyBusinessweekYou name it, Chinese companies are making it and selling it, fueling human rights violations across Africa and Asia, according to a report by Amnesty International and the Omega Research Foundation. There are more than 130 Chinese companies involved …China increasingly producing 'tools of torture' for export,... 

Former Afghan Ambassador Says Election Flaws Must Be Fixed – Voice of America

Voice of America Former Afghan Ambassador Says Election Flaws Must Be FixedVoice of AmericaA former Afghan ambassador to France and Canada said President-elect Ashraf Ghani and Afghanistan's newly appointed Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah have pledged to fix the country's "flawed" election system. Omar Samad told VOA Monday that if …Monitors of Afghan Vote Are Said... 

Hong Kong Students Boycott Classes in Democracy Fight – New York Times

New York Times Hong Kong Students Boycott Classes in Democracy FightNew York TimesPro-democracy protesters explain why they gathered at the Chinese University of Hong Kong for the start of a week-long boycott of classes. Publish Date September 22, 2014. Image CreditXaume Olleros/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. Continue …Britain's Betrayal of Hong KongWall Street JournalHong... 

Kurds, Islamic State Fight for Control of Syrian City – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal Kurds, Islamic State Fight for Control of Syrian CityWall Street JournalAs many as 130,000 Syrians, mostly Kurds, have flooded into Turkey, fleeing an IS group offensive that has pushed the conflict even closer to the border. WSJ's Mark Kelly reports. ISTANBUL—Syrian Kurdish forces fighting a bid by Islamic State insurgents to …Raids by ISIS Push Flood Of Refugees... 
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