The People's Peace Movement hopes to be more successful than US negotiators, challenging scorching temperatures during Ramadan fasting. Local sources report that four marchers have been abducted by the Taliban.
Last month, the regional superior of Maryknoll missionaries took part in a humanitarian mission. The Eugene Bell Foundation delegation treated some 3,000 people suffering from multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. South Korea is split on sending food aid, but for the clergyman, "more compassion is needed. We must take a risk.”
The seven of provinces of Vietnam that border China are seen as "the lungs of the country". Growing pollution is damaging both surface and underground water. The damage to the economy is estimated at between US$ 400 million and US$ 7 billion. China’s management of its upstream dams also raises fears.
A Catholic source tells AsiaNews that 30 years since the massacre seem to have taught the Chinese and the world nothing. “China’s dictatorship has gotten more heavy-handed” whilst “the world seems to have forgotten us."
In his second term, Narendra Modi assigned two ministerships of state to the Bharatiya Janata Party member who led locally the Bajrang Dal, a Hindu youth group involved in the death of the clergyman and his two sons.
Islam celebrates the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting and prayer. The faithful will be able to have a meal again in the light of day. The party is an occasion for charity and solidarity. Chaldean patriarch: a moment of renewal, to forget differences and forgive each other. Development for the country and the region.
On his return flight from Romania, Francis spoke to journalists. Europe that must recover "the mystique of the founding fathers". "A politician must never, never sow hatred and fear". Listening to Benedict XVI "gives me strength, I feel the nourishment of my roots and it helps me to move forward".
The international competition in England and Wales until July 14th. The "The Oval" stadium celebrates for its favorites. Leading the team, captain Shakib Al Hasan and former captain Mushfiqur Rahim, "star" of the day.
Reports on the repression of protest demonstrations are the subject of heavy censorship in China. In the night between 3 and 4 June 1989, 300 to 2 thousand people died. The defense minister asks why people continue to say that the government has not handled the events correctly.
Hundreds of people are hospitalized with vomiting and diarrhea. One person died in Churu, where the peak in temperatures was recorded. Doctor's advice: "Drink at least three liters of water a day, avoid eating outside the home, use high factor sun cream".
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Justice Ayelet Shaked are targeted by the Prime Minister. The two politicians thank the citizens but do not provide explanations regarding their expulsion. The provision allows Netanyahu to use vacancies with a view to pre-election bargaining.