Front pages of major Australian newspapers show a 'Your right to know" campaign, in Canberra, Australia, October 21, 2019. AAP Image/Lukas Coch/via REUTERS

‘Your Right to Know’ – an otherwise divided media industry unite against rising restrictions in Australia

Like in any other nation, Australian Media is biased too – ‘partisan politics’. However, in a unique sign of solidarity, Australia’s biggest newspapers ran front pages on Monday which appeared to be... Read more »
Satellite images show the widespread demolition. (Images: Free Tibet)

Satellite images show destruction of one of Tibet’s biggest Buddhist sites

Chinese authorities have destroyed more than half of Yarchen Gar – one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist sites in the world – satellite images by Free Tibet, a London based NGO shows.... Read more »

Turkey agrees to cease fire for five days while Kurds withdraw

Turkey has announced to halt the ongoing military incursion into northern Syria for five days in order to let the Kurdish-led forces withdraw from “safe zone”. In an agreement after talks with... Read more »

US impose sanctions on Turkey and call for ceasefire

US President Donald Trump on Monday put sanctions on Turkey over their offensive incursion in northern Syria and called for immediate ceasefire. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan’s onslaught in northern Syria which has... Read more »

US to pull out its forces from northern Syria in coming days

The United States has announced to withdraw its remaining forces form the northern part of Syria in the coming days after the expansion of Turkey’s led offensive, in order to avoid a... Read more »

Hong Kong Pro-democracy activists plan for rally after another weekend of unrest

After another weekend of unrest in Chinese-ruled city Hong Kong, pro-democracy activists have planned to launch a rally against the government on Monday evening. The weekend’s clash between Protesters and Police involved... Read more »

Turkish-led forces advance into Syrian border town, fighting rages

ANKARA/BEIRUT (Reuters) – Turkish-backed Syrian rebels advanced into the border town of Ras al Ain in northeast Syria on Saturday but it was unclear how far, with Turkey saying it had taken... Read more »

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist appeals against sentence as more protests loom

(Reuters) – A Hong Kong pro-democracy activist jailed for six years for rioting in 2016 appeared in court on Wednesday to appeal against his sentence, as anti-government protests showed no signs of... Read more »
Left: Press Release, Right: Reuters/Jorge Silva

Two Nepalis amongst hundreds arrested in Hong Kong, city imposes ’emergency powers’

Hong Kong police have detained two Nepalis for allegedly ‘protesting’ against the nation. They have been identified as Jenny Rai and Rosemary Limbu (both students) and have been arrested since 1st October,... Read more »

Hong Kong anti-government protester shot in chest by riot police

A Hong Kong anti-government protester has been shot by a riot police officer, becoming the first kind of injury in the Pro- democracy demonstration in Hong Kong ongoing for four months now.... Read more »