USA: How Carnegie Mellon University’s Graduate Student Assembly had to apologize to China, not India
The original March 8 statement made a passing reference to the "protests in India", "escalations against Hong Kong’s democracy movement", and "internment camps and forced labor in Xinjiang."
First declared by Trump administration in January, Biden administration formalizes genocide declaration against China.
As #RacistRutgers trends on Twitter, read details of the accusations against Audrey Truschke by Rutgers University students
Students accused Audrey Truschke of advocating that Hinduism is inherently oppressive, racist, misogynistic, and violent.
Hindu Genocide denial and racist rhetoric against Hindus is ‘Academic Freedom’, says Rutgers University, backs ‘historian’ Audrey Truschke
In 2018, Audrey Truschke had falsely claimed that Lord Ram was called a 'misogynist pig' by Goddess Sita during 'Agnipariksha'.
Canada lawmakers to vote for calling Chinese treatment of Uyghur Muslims as ‘genocide’ after Trudeau expressed reluctance
Canadian Conservative Party leader Erin O'Toole, in a statement said that Canada cannot remain silent on Chinese govt treatment of Uyghur Muslims.
Sources tell OpIndia that this has been done on the request of Ministry of Home Affairs and law enforcement agencies to prevent any escalation of law and order in view of the on-going farmer agitation.
Tigray conflict: US directs Eritrea govt to withdraw from Ethiopia, fugitive rebel leader releases audiotape
Ethiopia has denied any presence of Eritrean troops in the Tigray region. Eritrea said US concerns were 'provocative' and 'ill-intentioned'.
Canadian MP Garnett Genuis said that Canada must recognise and respond to the Uyghur genocide in China.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom, earlier accused of Coronavirus coverup, now faces allegations of genocide. Read details
Nobel Peace Prize nominee David Steinman has complained to ICJ in Hague against WHO chief Dr Tedros. He has accused him of aiding ethnic cleansing in Ethiopia when he was in the government.
Bangladeshis protest outside in Washington outside Pak embassy seeking apology for 1971 ‘Operation Searchlight’: Read details
Pakistan continues to dispute the 1971 genocide, far from being apologetic about the heinous crimes committed during Operation Searchlight.