Violence

Chhattisgarh Mediapersons Protection Bill 2023

The Chhattisgarh legislative Assembly has passed a Bill for the protection of mediapersons and to prevent violence against them. The Chief Minister, Bhupesh Baghel, tabled the Chhattisgarh Mediapersons Protection Bill 2023 in the House for discussion and was pleased with ..

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Peru Crisis: Protests Turn Deadly

Peru is currently facing its worst outbreak of violence in over 20 years, as clashes between security forces and protesters have left at least 40 people dead. The protests, which began in December 2022, have been sparked by calls for ..

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State of Siege in Congo

The President of Congo, Felix Tshisekedi declared a “State of Siege” due to the increasing violence in the eastern provinces of North Kivu and Ituri. The violence killed more than hundred people and displaced more than 1.5 million. What is ..

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First-ever International Day for Victims of Acts of Violence based on Religion or Belief

The first-ever International Day for Victims of Acts of Violence based on Religion or Belief is observed on 22nd of August 2019 to honour the victims and survivors of heinous acts who often remain forgotten. This is a great opportunity ..

Australia sanctions Law to punish social media executives for violent posts

Australia’s parliament has passed a legislation to imprison executives of social media if their platforms shows real violence such as the New Zealand mosque shootings. Restrictive laws about online communication in the democratic world could lead to unpredictable results like ..

Al Noor Mosque reopened in New Zealand after attacks

A week ago 50 people were killed at 2 mosques in New Zealand. The mosque was closed for investigation after the attack. As it was reopened 3000 people walked in side the mosque to honour the victims. New zealand has ..