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  1. Mayors and governors must establish an overwhelming law enforcement presence until violence has been quelled, says Trump
  2. Jacinda Ardern's government has been credited with fighting coronavirus smartly as only one person is regarded an active case at the moment
  3. Protests erupted over a deteriorating economy, triggering clashes with security forces despite a coronavirus lockdown
  4. Scores of angry protesters in Nankana Sahib are seen in a screenshot obtained from social media. Twitter/Screenshot via Geo.tvLAHORE/ISLAMABAD: Dozens of angry protesters in Nankana Sahib dispersed on Friday evening after a local leader of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) held talks and assured them of justice. The demonstrators were protesting over police's alleged unjust treatment in a case involving the marriage of a young couple. Federal Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Dr Noor-ul-Haq Qadri said the protest was staged by the family and neighbours of a young man who had married a few months ago. The protesters claimed that police had raided the man's house, arresting him and a few others. However, PTI's local leader, Shahzad Khalid, spoke to the protesters, assuring them that justice would be provided, after which they dispersed. Interior Minister Brigadier (retd) Ijaz Ahmed Shah told Geo News that a few locals had protested against the police to release some arrested individuals. He said that the situation in Nankana Sahib was normal. Terming Nankana Sahib a centre of religious harmony, Shah said there was no better example of peace and religious harmony. The government would not let any external conspiracy succeed in destroying peace, he added. A wrong impression was being given of a local spat in Nankana Sahib, the minister noted, adding that festivities for Guru Gobind Singh's birthday were going on as usual in the city. Qadri also claimed that some locals had staged a demonstration for the release of a few arrested people. The birthday festivities of Guru Gobind Singh in Nankana Sahib were ongoing as per schedule, he added. Qadri further noted that it was wrong of India to paint an ordinary dispute as a communal clash, noting that Indian media making a mountain out of a molehill was saddening. New Delhi is trying unsuccessfully to shift attention from the minorities' protest in India, Qadri said. 'Minor incident at a tea-stall'Shortly afterwards, the Foreign Office said the allegations of desecration and destruction of a holy place in Nankana Sahib were "not only false but also mischievous", "Attempts to paint this incident as a communal issue are patently motivated. Most importantly, the Gurdwara remains untouched and undamaged," the Foreign Office added. "All insinuations to the contrary, particularly the claims of acts of 'desecration and destruction' and desecration of the holy place, are not only false but also mischievous," the Foreign Office said, rejecting Indian propaganda attempts. Also read: Pakistan rejects India's claims of communal issue in Nankana Sahib "The District Administration immediately intervened and arrested the accused, who are now in custody," the statement read. "The Government of Pakistan remains committed to upholding law and order and providing security and protection to the people, especially the minorities. "The opening of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor is a manifestation of Pakistan’s special care extended to the minorities, in line with the vision of the Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah," it said. Related:Pakistan welcomes Indian Sikh pilgrims for Baba Guru Nanak's birth celebrations Pakistan Railways to operate special train for Sikh community Sikhs celebrate founder Guru Nanak's birth anniversary
  5. The video of an Uttar Pradesh (UP) cop telling Muslim protesters to "go to Pakistan" has gone viral on the internet, triggering angry responses from netizens. Thousands of Indians have taken to the streets against the contentious citizenship law passed by the Indian government last week. According to the law, religious minorities other than Muslims fleeing from neighbouring Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan will be granted Indian citizenship. The law, which is being seen as anti-Muslim by millions in India, has triggered protests around the country which have led to 27 people being killed and thousands arrested. In a video that went viral on the internet recently, a UP cop can be seen telling Muslim protesters to "go to Pakistan if you don't want to stay in India". The video caused an outcry on social media as people took offence to the way the cop behaved with protesters Mobile internet was cut on Friday in parts of India's most populous state and thousands of riot police were deployed as fresh protests erupted in Delhi and Mumbai against the law. Coupled with a mooted citizens register, it has stoked fears, including in Washington and the UN rights office, about the marginalisation of Muslims who make up 14 percent of India's 1.3 billion people. Armed policemen patrolled Muslim-dominated areas of the capital as hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the grand mosque in Delhi's old quarter after Friday prayers.
  6. Peaceful protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act are going on in full swing throughout the country, actually the entire world, and it's heartwarming to see people unite for humanity. Delhi has become the epicentre for these protests with thousands and thousands of people showing up to peacefully resist the CAA. People are singing songs, giving flowers to cops, and coming together to show the government the power of the people. In these protests, there are a lot of people making sure the protesters don't go hungry and stay well-hydrated by handing out food, water and tea. One of them has become a sort of a champion of humanity. © VICE Here's Jabarjang Singh, a Sikh man making sure students stay well-fed during this dissent. He was initially on his way to the eastern state of Odisha, where a historic Gurudwara is being demolished by the administration, but he decided to change his plans. Talking to VICE, he said, "I was on my way to Mangu Mutt in Puri (Odisha) from Punjab when I got to know about the police excesses on the university students. I thought it wise not to go there, and express solidarity with the students instead. When I saw videos of students getting brutally beaten up, with some losing hands and eyes, I thought it better to serve them than to go to the Gurudwara." He added, “I am here for humanity.” It's such a great thought and so well-put too. That is exactly why people are out on the streets - they're fighting for other people, they're fighting for the ones with broken bones after the Jamia incident and those who have been left blind. Those who have lost their lives fighting - an act that will exclude people from the country on the basis of religion. © VICE Not only was Jabarjang Singh distributing food, but he also helped educate people about why the act is problematic. While explaining things in a little more detail to the protestors around him, he was quoted as saying, "This law is not just against Muslims. This is also a trap to strip backward classes of reservation that they are currently entitled to. In the process of National Register of Citizens (NRC), a large number of people from backward classes would be declared stateless. Then, the government will give them fresh citizenship under CAA. As fresh citizens, they will not be provided with reservations." A farmer from Bathinda, he has devoted his life to humanitarian efforts. He said, "Whenever I feel people are being wronged, I try to help. Whenever I feel someone is helping people, I support them—in whatever little capacity I can. I worked against drug abuse in Punjab. I protested against the burning of religious scriptures of Muslims and Sikhs. I even campaigned for Kanhaiya Kumar for I felt he was right." Basically, this ain't his first rodeo. He also chanted "Inquilab Zindabad" with all the students while marching. © Reuters Moreover, he has an important message for people - "We got freedom because of the efforts of freedom fighters like Ashfaqullah Khan and Bhagat Singh. We have got a Constitution that we need to preserve. We should look beyond religion. At least now, we should oppose this law in our personal capacity. If we can't come here and protest, we should protest against it in our temples, in mosques and in gurudwaras." Lastly, he leaves everyone with this, "I want the new act to go as soon as possible. But I will stay here with the students till the bill is revoked, or even until I breathe my last." Source - VICE View the full article
  7. Despite tense lines drawn between anti-CAA & NRC protesters and police forces across the country, a few stories of peace and camaraderie have surfaced through a week of national outrage. In a move that's won hearts and become viral across the last few hours, Bengaluru's DCP Chetan Singh Rathore appealed for peace and trust across both sides of the fence, by leading a chorus of the Indian national anthem. The Commissioner can be heard saying: “When you are part of any group, you might get swayed by mob mentality. And there can also be a few hiding among you with that mentality. And if that person takes advantage of this, all of us will get beaten up.” “You are right, you are right,” agreed the protestors. The DCP further said, “Now, if you trust me, then I will sing a song. And all the countrymen will stand with me.” As he began singing, the protesters also joined him. In a touching moment of solidarity, the protestors sang through all five stanzas of the anthem. Several protesters were agitated as around 100 people, including eminent historian Ramchandra Guha, were detained by the cops. They later vacated the area peacefully, according to news agency ANI. Historian Ram Guha detained by police for protesting peacefully... It's all caught on camera. A completely peaceful, unprovoked protest by a man of such an age and this is how police treats himðpic.twitter.com/llR8IkO41S — Dhruv Rathee (@dhruv_rathee) December 19, 2019 Meanwhile, DCP Rathore blew up on social media - with several Indians from both sides appreciating the peaceful way in which he managed to earn the trust of Bengaluru's protesters. #WATCH Karnataka: DCP of Bengaluru(Central),Chetan Singh Rathore sings national anthem along with protesters present at the Town Hall in Bengaluru, when they were refusing to vacate the place. Protesters left peacefully after the national anthem was sung. #CitizenshipAmendmentAct pic.twitter.com/DLYsOw3UTP — ANI (@ANI) December 19, 2019 #WATCH Karnataka: DCP of Bengaluru(Central),Chetan Singh Rathore sings national anthem along with protesters present at the Town Hall in Bengaluru, when they were refusing to vacate the place. Protesters left peacefully after the national anthem was sung. #CitizenshipAmendmentAct pic.twitter.com/DLYsOw3UTP — ANI (@ANI) December 19, 2019 Others remained skeptical, however. Sir @HMOIndia, Seeing a lot of videos of poIice being assauIted, stoned, Iync**d by vioI**t mob despite 144. Such incidents are incredibIy demoralising for our forces. If permission was given to f*re on vioI**t mob during Jat agitation and Ram Rahim sentencing, what stops now? — THE SKIN DOCTOR (@theskindoctor13) December 19, 2019 Meanwhile, at Delhi's Jantar Mantar, a similar incident took place, this time led by the protesters. In a country with over 50 percent population under the age of 25, the young are leading the way in teaching how to engage, talk to each other. This one where they convince @DelhiPolice to sing the Indian national anthem. Small lesson for the police there! #CAAProtest pic.twitter.com/cGUEo5brmD — Neha Dixit (@nehadixit123) December 19, 2019 View the full article
  8. Just days after a clash between Jamia students and the police, thousands of protesters continue to gather in various parts of Delhi to protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, and reports of innumerable protesters being detained by Delhi Police continue to pour in. Amidst all the unrest, there are a few pictures going viral on social media that give hope that not everything is lost. The pictures are of Delhi Police offering refreshments to the detained protesters. According to a report and pictures shared by ANI, Delhi Police provided the protesters, detained at Surajmal and Rajiv Gandhi stadiums, with bananas, dates, tea and lunch. Delhi: Police personnel offered refreshments at Surajmal stadium to protesters who were detained. (Source: Delhi Police) #CitizenshipAmendmentAct pic.twitter.com/5G890zitEN — ANI (@ANI) December 19, 2019 Reportedly, police said, "In order to provide a human touch, tea and lunch were served to protesters at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Bawana. Sheet, chairs and mats are also provided to all." Delhi Police even tweeted about the same on their official Twitter handle with pictures and wrote, "Officers of Delhi Police interacting with the protesters...Offering tea, biscuits, water, etc." Officers of Delhi Police interacting with the protestors... Offering tea,biscuit,water etc...#DelhiPolice #JantarMantar pic.twitter.com/XC07JFDszx — DCP New Delhi (@DCPNewDelhi) December 19, 2019 According to reports, Delhi Police detained various protestors from the Red Fort and Mandi House and took them to Surajmal and Rajiv Gandhi stadiums. During the protests, many students were clicked giving roses to the police personnel. View the full article
  9. Photo; ReutersHONG KONG: Hong Kong police used tear gas and water cannon on Monday against protesters who tried to break through cordons and reach a university at the centre of a week-long standoff between demonstrators and law enforcement...
  10. Anti-government protesters wear gas masks during clashes with police, outside Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) in Hong Kong, November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone SiuHONG KONG: Hong Kong protesters shot bows and arrows and hurled petrol bombs...
  11. BAGHDAD: Iraqi security forces killed at least four people on Saturday as they pushed protesters back towards their main camp in central Baghdad using live ammunition, tear gas and sound bombs, police and medics said.The clashes wounded scores more...
  12. Vinto Mayor Patricia Arce reacts while being dragged to a bridge in Vinto, Bolivia, November 6, 2019. Image: elPeriodico via EPA-EFE/Jorge AbregoProtesters dragged the mayor of the Bolivian town of Vinto barefoot in the streets and forcefully cut...
  13. Thousands of protesters under the rallying banner of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F?s Maulana Fazlur Rehman and other opposition parties have converged on the federal capital, seeking to send packing Prime Minister Imran Khan-led govt, which they term...
  14. Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri speaks during a news conference after a cabinet session at the Baabda palace, Lebanon, October 21, 2019. Photo: Reuters/FilesBEIRUT. Lebanon's prime minister submitted his government's resignation on Tuesday,...
  15. Demonstrators are protesting against corruption and tax hikes in Lebanon. Photo: File BEIRUT: Lebanese demonstrators set up barricades and parked cars across key roads on Monday to protest corruption and press their demands for a radical overhaul...
  16. In case you didn't know, the people of Lebanon are protesting right now against a corrupt government. This is the largest protest that has happened in the country in 14 years and people have taken over the streets to protest and rally against officials who are preventing reforms. © Reuters Even if the protests are for a good reason, the huge crown can get overwhelming at times, especially for a baby. So, all the people decided to do the best and the most heartwarming thing imaginable for a child who was afraid - they started singing Baby Shark for him. Eliane Jabbour was just driving through Baabda District, just south of Beirut, with her 15-month-old son, Robin when her car was surrounded by a huge number of people who were part of the protests. While talking to CNN, she said, "I told them, 'I have a baby, don't be too loud." So, naturally, the next step for the people was to start singing the one song that literally every baby in the world loves. The mother added, "It was spontaneous. He likes this song. He hears it many times at home and laughs." The poor little kid just looks confused, but not necessarily scared, so I guess the song served its purpose. The adorable video obviously went viral, and people can't get over how cute it actually is. Protesters were blocking the road a mum told them she wanted to pass because her baby was afraid. This is what they did ð Our people are the best!#Lebanon #ThatsHowWeProtest pic.twitter.com/CI7NX545dq — Rachel R. (@RachelleRashid) October 19, 2019 Now, it's going to be stuck in everyone's head. Baby Shark Doo doo doo doo â¤ï¸ð±ð§#Lebanon Protests pic.twitter.com/6SBEXZf5nZ — Ali (@allushiii) October 19, 2019 What a great video. A family got stuck in protests in Furn el Chebbak and the mum said her kid was scared. So the protesters sang Baby Shark. ð±ð§ð±ð§ Love you Lebanon. https://t.co/18HBu8AFsp — Nasri Atallah ð±ð§ (@NasriAtallah) October 19, 2019 Yep. Protesters in Lebanon sing.... Baby shark? pic.twitter.com/CbTidPzXN0 — Benjamin Franklin ð (@benFranklin2018) October 20, 2019
  17. Geo.tv/Geo NewsKARACHI: A group of angry people attacked an independent candidate's team and tore down campaign posters Friday night here in the city's ' Bizerta Lines area, Geo News reported, citing authorities as well as one of the hopeful's...
  18. A protester tries to break into the Sharifs' Avenfield flats in London, Britain, July 9, 2018. Geo.tv via Geo News/Screenshot LONDON: Protesters said to belong to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) attempted to attack Sunday night the Avenfield...
  19. Demonstrators are seen during a national day of action called "Keep Families Together" to protest the Trump administration's "Zero Tolerance" policy in Los Angeles, California, US, June 30, 2018. REUTERS/Monica Almeida WASHINGTON: Tens of...
  20. People inflate a helium-filled Donald Trump blimp which they hope to deploy during The President of the United States' upcoming visit, in London, Britain, June 26, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson LONDON: British opponents of Donald Trump on Tuesday...
  21. US homeland security chief Kirstjen Nielsen. Photo: AFPProtesters heckled US homeland security chief Kirstjen Nielsen as she dined at a Washington restaurant late Tuesday, chanting 'shame!' repeatedly at the woman who has become the front-line...
  22. A sign during a rally against a scheduled upcoming visit by President Donald Trump, Monday, March 12, 2018, in San Diego. Photo: AP Protesters marched and held rallies Monday ahead of President Donald Trump´s first official visit to California. Nearly 200 people marched in downtown San Diego, which is on the border with Mexico, to denounce Trump and in particular his crackdown on immigration both legal and illegal. California is the country´s most populous state and a Democratic stronghold. Trump will arrive in San Diego at 11:30am and then go to nearby Otay Mesa to view eight prototypes for the wall he wants to build on the border with Mexico. Ariel Norcross, demonstrating Monday outside the Federal Building, carried a placard that read "No hate in the Golden State." "I don´t want him, his hateful rhetoric, his hateful administration, any of his policies in my state, in my country," said Norcross. "It´s already been a waste of money to build eight prototypes that are not doing anything," he added. "People will find their way here," he said as he walked in a procession featuring placards denouncing the wall plan and children in Mexican ponchos riding on their parents´ shoulders. "I don´t know why he took so long to get here but I think he is realizing that this is the strongest point of resistance, here at the border and in the state of California," protester Ali Torabei said. After viewing the wall prototypes, Trump is scheduled to give a speech at a military base in Miramar and then head to Los Angeles for a Republican fund-raising dinner. The speaker of California´s senate, Democrat Kevin de Leon, led an anti-Trump rally Monday in Beverly Hills, where the dinner will be held. The largest rally scheduled for Tuesday will be at a church in San Ysidro, from which you can see the border. Hundreds of people are expected to take part. Demonstrators plan to erect a large sign calling on Trump to "build bridges, not walls." But a pro-Trump rally in favor of the wall project is also scheduled. Trump is coming at a time of tense relations between California and the federal government, which has sued the state over its policy of not cooperating with US immigration authorities seeking to detain undocumented immigrants.
  23. Short clothes do not cause rape. That's not a question, there are no buts, it's not up for speculation. There doesn't need to be a debate over it. It's a full and complete statement, and a simple one at that, but as we have seen over the years, there are still people out there who don't believe it. When people say things like 'oh, look at what she's wearing' and 'she's asking for it', it basically just promotes rape culture. And, the only person at fault in that situation is the one saying it and not that girl in a short skirt. It's just victim blaming and I don't think I have to even explain how wrong that is. Okay, let's take into consideration that someone got molested or harassed because of their clothes. Does that apply to kids who get raped? Does that apply to the 8-month-old baby that got raped? No, right? Oh, it's almost as if clothes don't matter. See, we've come full circle. © Twitter I would also like to say one last thing – when people immediately blame the clothes of someone who got raped, they are also basically saying men can't control themselves at all, especially when they see skin. And, that's not right as well. No one wins in this situation – it's women's fault for dressing provocatively and it's the men who are so senseless that they have no control over what they're doing. It's 2018 and you would've thought that by now people would hold the person responsible accountable and treat the victim as the victim, but no, doing the right thing would be too much for people, right? We can't function like this. Protesting all these stupid reasons and the people who defend the culprit by making senseless statements against the victims, male members of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) marched wearing shorts in the streets of the capital to take a stand and make a statement. © Twitter The 'Rape Roko' campaign was launched by DCW after the horrific incident where an 8-month-old baby was brutally raped in January. In an attempt to raise awareness and change the mentality of people who blame the victim, volunteers marched from Mandi House to Central Park carrying boards and placards with slogans like “Her clothes are not short, your mentality is” and “What clothes was the eight-month-old baby wearing?” 'Real men don't rape', 'Its not her short skirt, it's ur sick mentality' ~ Boys & men of Delhi walk in Boxers 2 challenge mindsets which tend 2 blame and shame the rape survivor! Join the #RapeRoko movement. Raise your voice against child rape at Centre Park, CP 8 March 9:30 am pic.twitter.com/HVMBGvMDgU — Swati Jai Hind (@SwatiJaiHind) March 6, 2018 Abhishek, a student of Delhi University, said, “I am walking half-naked but society allows me to. If a girl walks in a sleeveless top, men letch at her. This is not right.” © Twitter Another powerful placard read 'I feel safe in these Boxers. How much fabric does she need to feel safe?' A lot of young boys came out in support and take part in #BoxerRally under the #RapeRokoMovement by the women's panel. In a letter to DCW chief Swati Jaihind, the IMA had said: “We strongly support the people's movement 'Rape Roko' launched by DCW chief to demand a robust criminal justice system which ensures cases of sexual crimes against women and children are tried by fast-track courts within six months and rapists of children are essentially accorded death penalty as a strong deterrent for others against such crimes.” © Twitter Hopefully, this helps in bringing about the change that this country desperately needs.
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