The elections in Myanmar. The world looked at the election. Aung San Suu Kyi will be selected? Bright possibility for Suu Kyi’s. However, religious minorities in Myanmar, what is the probability that it will change the fate of the Rohingyas?
Sunday’s general election in the Myanmar. Analysts say the election will turn the country back to democratic rule. Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is expected that he would be elected. This analytical type news published the press for outside readers.
However, Myanmar’s religious minorities, particularly the Muslim Rohingyas in the interests of the more than fear. The change came to power after the elections, forcing the Rohingya, and they do not trust that would reduce violence. Continue reading
Russia’s military operations near the city of Latakia in Syria, an increase of intense suspicion in the West. West spoke recently the Russian military and people have increased their movements in the Syrian coastal area.
The US Pentagon openly says Russia is establishing an air base in Latakia.
Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis told we have news Russia has many weapons, provisions and people were deployed in Latakia and around the city. Maybe they had begun the process of establishing a base for the air attack there.
Syrian military activity in the growing Russian news coming at a time when the United States and its Western allies carrying out air strikes against the Islamic state in Syria. Deployment of troops in the proposals being in Syria discussed inside. Continue reading
The terrorist attacks on tourist hotels in Tunisia: 37 Dead
At least 37 people were killed the attacks on two hotels in Tunisia Sousse. The two hotels are known as the tourist hotels.
Unidentified a gunman attacked today. Tunisia’s Interior Ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui already confirmed the killing. He termed the attack a terrorist attack.
Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar for more than four hundred thousand in need of emergency humanitarian assistance. Anti-Muslim violence in Myanmar and continuing harassment at the United Nations said this.
United Nations Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs agency said last Friday, in the last three year millions of people have been victims of torture and harassment after against Muslims in Myanmar’s Rakhine state and now four hundred and 16 thousand people in need of relief assistance. Continue reading