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Nigeria was warned before Boko Haram abduction: Amnesty

Nigeria was warned before Boko Haram abduction: Amnesty

The coalition of civil society groups against terrorism in Nigeria has accused global rights organization, amnesty worldwide of what it described as its judgmental reports on the security situation in the troubled North eastern part of the country.


U.S. students stage walkouts in the thousands to protest gun violence

U.S. students stage walkouts in the thousands to protest gun violence

Staff and students alike were excited to participate in the nation wide event and hope that this is the beginning of the end to gun violence on school campuses across the country. "I started talking to people and it started to get big". At Rawlins, principal Darren Heslep planned an assembly so the students he's responsible for would know school faculty and staff are working to make the high school as safe as possible.


Sarkozy in custody in campaign funding probe

Sarkozy in custody in campaign funding probe

Sarkozy accused the organization of slander, dismissing the claims as " grotesque ". Sarkozy has denied the allegations, which Mediapart reported as involving 50 million euros ($61.5 million). Another former Sarkozy interior minister, Claude Guéant, is under formal investigation for money laundering and tax fraud over a €500,000 bank transfer that he said was the proceeds of the sale of paintings.


JNU Professor Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Students Arrested

JNU Professor Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Students Arrested

The woman in her complaint to the police stated that Johri would ask her uncomfortable questions and later give references to mythological sexual connotations. "We have already registered an FIR under IPC Section 354 (Sexual harassment) and 509 [Word, gesture or act meant to insult the modesty of a woman]", said a senior police official.


World Trade Organisation Chief Calls On PM Modi

World Trade Organisation Chief Calls On PM Modi

The Indian government has categorically denied charges leveled by the United States at the World Trade Organization ( WTO ) claiming that tariffs for different commodities fixed by India are within the rules set by the global regulator. India, for its part, is expected to press for removal of protectionist measures and promotion of free trade at the meeting, which is being attended by representatives of 50 countries, including the United States, some African nations and China.