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How Anwar Ibrahim and Azmin Ali’s mentor-protégé relationship turned sour


It’s been a long year for Azmin Ali, Malaysia’s Economic Affairs Minister and the deputy president of the People’s Justice Party (PKR), the largest component party of the ruling Pakatan Harapan coalition.Earlier this year, he was accused of being in a sex tape that was leaked to the media. He has also been facing increased friction from within his party over tensions between him and PKR president Anwar Ibrahim, who is designated to become prime minister before 2023.On social media, Malaysians… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

In Japan, survivors of Catholic Church sex abuse speak out to seek justice


During Pope Francis’ recent visit to Japan, Harumi Suzuki stood where his motorcade passed by holding a sign that read: “I am a survivor.” Katsumi Takenaka stood at another spot, on another day, holding up his banner that read, “Catholic child sexual abuse in Japan, too.” The two are among a handful of people who have gone public as survivors of Catholic clergy sexual abuse in Japan, where values of conformity and harmony have resulted in a strong code of silence. But as in other parts of… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

North Korea reports new ‘crucial’ rocket test from satellite facility in Sohae


North Korea says it has carried out a test at its satellite facility in the north of the country, which experts infer may have involved the testing of a new rocket engine.“Another crucial test was successfully conducted at the Sohae Satellite Launching Ground on December 13, 2019,” the KCNA state news agency said on Saturday.The test was carried out late Friday and was successful, KCNA reported without mentioning details.The latest tests were designed to maximise its “reliable strategic nuclear… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Last Japanese soldier to survive World War II Battle of Peleliu’s final words of warning


When Keiji Nagai spoke of the horrors he had witnessed, a shadow fell over his eyes. His interviewer, Kentaro Saeki, said it was like the second world war veteran was seeing it all over again: the fighting, the bloodshed, the deaths of his friends.Nagai, who died in November at the age of 98, was the last of just 34 Japanese who survived the vicious Battle of Peleliu, which claimed more than 12,000 lives and whose scars can still be seen on the Pacific island – now part of the Republic of Palau… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Communist rebel attack killed two, wounded 15 in Philippines, military says


A police officer and a grandmother were killed and 15 people wounded in an attack by suspected communist rebels in the eastern Philippines, the military said on Saturday.The attack occurred on Friday along a highway in Borongan City in Eastern Samar province, 582 kilometres southeast of Manila, said Captain Reynaldo Aragones, a regional army spokesman.Ten of the wounded, including three children, were civilians, while five were police officers, he added.“The attack is believed to be part of the… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

New Zealand divers search murky depths for White Island volcano victims


New Zealand divers searched contaminated waters near the volcanic White Island on Saturday in an attempt to retrieve two remaining bodies, following a fatal eruption earlier this week, said police. Waters around the island were contaminated by the massive eruption of rocks, lava and chemicals on Monday, reducing visibility. The death toll from the eruption stands at 14, but may rise with many victims in intensive care with severe burns. “Divers have reported seeing a number of dead fish and… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Modi’s surgical strike on Muslims puts India at war with itself

14.12.2019 05:00
Debasish Roy Chowdhury
Modi’s surgical strike Muslims puts India with itself

From Germany to Chile and South Africa, nations have had to endure painful reconciliation processes to heal themselves, put the past behind them, and draw lessons from violent brushes with history to prevent their recurrence. India has chosen to beat a reverse path. Tired of the country’s stable democracy, preserved for seven decades after a blood-soaked independence, its muscular new caretakers are urgently poking old wounds in the hope of stirring up India’s demons to take it down the same… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Was Myanmar’s lawyer caught on tape calling crimes against Rohingya Muslims genocide?


Canadian lawyer William Schabas, an international scholar on genocide, has been criticised by friend and foe for first researching crimes against the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar, and now defending the state accused of perpetrating them.Schabas helped research a report in 2010 on systematic attacks against the Rohingya, which concluded that they met the international threshold of crimes against humanity.Three years later, in an Al Jazeera documentary, he was filmed saying: “Denying their history… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

China and India’s maritime rivalry has a new flashpoint: the Andaman Sea


The Andaman Sea is fast becoming the latest flashpoint of Sino-Indian maritime rivalry in the Indian Ocean. China’s increased interest in the region is evinced by the revelation earlier this month that the Indian Navy in September expelled a Chinese research vessel by the name of Shiyan 1 after it was found intruding into the exclusive economic zoneoff the coast of India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands. As Indian Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh argued in a press conference last week, the… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Indonesia has its own ‘tropical glaciers’. But climate change means they could be gone within a decade


Indonesia’s little-known glaciers are melting so fast they could disappear in a decade, a new study says, underscoring the imminent threat posed by climate change to ice sheets in tropical countries.As the COP 25 summit wraps up in Madrid, nations are struggling to finalise rules for the 2015 landmark Paris climate accord, which aims to limit global temperature rises.Thousands of kilometres away, glaciers on a mountain range in Indonesia’s Papua region – and a handful of others in Africa and… Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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