Family of Chris Harmon Jr. Urges Public for Help in Unsolved Murder Case

EATONVILLE, Fla. – Four years have passed since the tragic death of Chris Harmon Jr., who was fatally shot by a drive-by shooter at the age of 23. As the anniversary approaches, his family continues to seek assistance from the community to uncover the truth behind the senseless act of violence. The incident took place on June 8 at around 8:30 p.m. outside Harmon’s residence, where he was fatally wounded. Since then, a memorial has …

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pakistan urges accountability for over 7,000 custodial deaths in indian-controlled kashmir

Islamabad, Pakistan – Pakistan reiterated its demand for India to be held responsible for the ongoing human rights violations in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), where over 7,000 Kashmiris have lost their lives while in the custody of Indian forces over the past three decades. Foreign Office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch emphasized the reported death of a Kashmiri civilian at a police station in Pulwama district within IIOJK during her regular press …

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Ohio Police Chief Urges Witnesses to Come Forward After Fatal Mass Shooting in Akron

Akron, Ohio is grappling with the aftermath of a mass shooting that left one person dead and 24 others injured, prompting a plea from the police chief for witnesses to come forward with information. The tragic incident unfolded in the early hours of Sunday morning, with reports of shots fired in the city. Local hospitals quickly became inundated with victims arriving with gunshot wounds, with a total of 25 individuals affected in the shooting, according …

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Violent mobs target Pakistani MBBS students in Bishkek, Indian Embassy urges caution amid escalating violence

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan – Violent mobs in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan have launched targeted attacks on Pakistani medical students studying for their MBBS degrees. In response to the escalating violence, the Indian Embassy has urged students to remain indoors for their safety. The attacks on the Pakistani students, who are pursuing medical education in Bishkek, have caused fear and unrest among the international student community in the city. The violent nature of these incidents has prompted concerns for …

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Finance Minister Sitharaman Urges Caution as More Indians Invest in Stock Markets

Mumbai, India – Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman expressed concern over the increasing number of Indians investing in the stock market and emphasized the importance of protecting their household savings. Speaking at an event hosted by the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Sitharaman highlighted the potential risks associated with the growing retail participation in the derivatives market. Sitharaman cautioned against the unchecked expansion of retail trading in futures and options, warning that it could pose challenges …

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CAIR-LA Urges UC President to Investigate Pro-Israel Mob Attack for Civil Rights Violations

Los Angeles, CA – The Council on American-Islamic Relations in Los Angeles has urged the University of California president to launch an investigation into a recent incident involving a pro-Israel group attacking a pro-Palestine demonstration. The call for action comes amidst concerns of potential civil rights violations and the need to address the escalating tensions between the two groups on campus. CAIR-LA emphasized the importance of ensuring that all students’ rights to peaceful assembly and …

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India’s High Commissioner Urges Canada to Rebuild Reputation as Safe Destination for International Students after Exploitation Scandals

OTTAWA, Canada – The High Commissioner of India to Canada, Sanjay Kumar Verma, emphasized the need to rebuild Canada’s brand as a preferred destination for bright minds, highlighting the exploitation and tragic deaths of international students in the country. Verma expressed concern over the exploitation of Indian students in Canada, stating that this exploitation undermines the technological advancements both countries could achieve through collaboration. Verma’s comments come amid increased scrutiny of Canada’s international student program, …

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Commission Urges Full Investigation Into Death of LGBTI Sex Worker in Lautoka

Lautoka, Fiji – The Fiji Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission has issued an urgent appeal to the Fiji Police Force to conduct a thorough investigation into the tragic death of a 19-year-old sex worker from the LGBTI community in Lautoka. The young individual reportedly passed away following a violent attack last month. Commission Chair, Pravesh Sharma, has unequivocally denounced all forms of violence, specifically targeting those in the LGBTI community. The Commission stands against homophobic …

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Thailand Urges Myanmar Military Restraint Amid Border Town Loss

MAE SOT, Thailand – Amid the escalating tensions in Myanmar following the loss of an important border trading town to ethnic fighters, Thailand’s foreign minister has stepped in to urge restraint from Myanmar’s military authorities. The town of Myawaddy fell to the guerrillas of the ethnic Karen National Union and pro-democracy People’s Defense Forces, marking a significant blow to Myanmar’s armed forces. Since the military coup in 2021 that ousted the government of Aung San …

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Thailand’s Foreign Minister Urges Restraint After Myanmar Army Loss

Mae Sot, Thailand – Following the loss of an important border trading town to guerrillas in Myanmar, Thailand’s foreign minister emphasized the need for restraint and peaceful resolutions to the escalating situation. The town of Myawaddy was relinquished by Myanmar’s army, granting control to the ethnic Karen National Union and their allies, the pro-democracy People’s Defense Forces. In the wake of the military’s successive defeats since October, stemming from the coup that ousted Aung San …

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