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The elections will be in February. The Lebanon-based Al-Mayadeen TV said buses that were parked at the Ramouseh crossing point had left the area after it was targeted by gunmen. children and those with chronic illnesses. The film got overwhelming response in UK. condemning its organisation of the hajj and questioning the kingdom’s very right to serve as custodian of Islam’s holiest places. as seen in the $50 billion it has invested in Venezuela, so I will merely mention it, In the video," He ends the video with an image of Duterte and Donald Trump shaking hands.It’s not difficult to see the similarities between the two men Both are famous for their controversial statements at rallies both have been accused of being homophobes and both of them are winning in their respective countries You can watch the full video here: London: At least 30 countries illegally forced refugees to return to places where they would be in danger last year Amnesty said on Wednesday as it warned that many governments were brazenly breaking international law War crimes or other violations of the "laws of war" were committed by governments or armed groups in at least 19 countries Amnesty said in its annual review of human rights around the world Amnesty Secretary General Salil Shetty said that short-term national self-interest and draconian security crackdowns had led to an "unprecedented assault on human rights" in 2015 "Your rights are in jeopardy: they are being treated with utter contempt by many governments around the world" he said One of the most egregious examples of countries turning their backs on asylum seekers took place when human traffickers left thousands of people from Myanmar and Bangladesh adrift on the open seas without food and water Hundreds are thought to have died from thirst and hunger as countries in the region played "ping-pong in the sea" with them Amnesty said Representational image AFP In Europe the report strongly criticised Hungary for sealing its borders to keep out thousands of desperate refugees and obstructing collective regional attempts to help them More than 1 million refugees and migrants arrived in Europe last year many fleeing war zones Amnesty said that with the exception of Germany the response to the crisis had been woeful "That Europe which is the richest bloc in the world is not able to take care of the basic rights of some of the most persecuted people in the world is shameful" Shetty said He called for the world to find legal and dignified ways for refugees to reach safety and said 12 million of them must be resettled without delay Around half the arrivals in Europe last year were from Syria which Shetty described as a "human rights-free zone" Amnesty condemned the killing in Syria of thousands of civilians in direct and indiscriminate attacks with barrel bombs and other weaponry and criticised lengthy sieges of civilian areas and the blocking of international aid to starving people It also said Saudi Arabia had committed war crimes in the bombing campaign it had led in Yemen and criticised it for obstructing the establishment of a UN-led inquiry into violations by all sides in the conflict High stakes Shetty warned that not only human rights but also the laws and institutions meant to protect them were under attack Many African countries have threatened to walk out of the International Criminal Court which was set up to end impunity for leaders who commit war crimes Countries hampering cooperation with the ICC include Kenya Ivory Coast and South Africa which ignored a court order last year to arrest Sudan’s president Shetty also said too many governments were using the threat of violence from armed groups as an excuse to "take short cuts on human rights" "The human rights of civilians cannot be sacrificed under some vague notions of combating terrorism" he said "Human rights are a necessity not an accessory . the stakes for humankind have never been higher" Amnesty’s annual review which includes reports from 160 countries and territories said there had been some gains for human rights last year Three countries – Madagascar Fiji and Suriname – abolished the death penalty in 2015 and Mongolia is set to do so in 2016 Other countries launched national campaigns to end child marriage or passed laws to recognise same-sex relationships REUTERS Gandhinagar: India on Wednesday expressed hope that "temporary aberrations" in the Dosti bus service connecting Delhi and Lahore which has been restricted to the Wagah border by Pakistan in view of increased "terror threats" will be sorted out "This is an initiative which our former Prime Minister Atal Bhihari Vajpayee and Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had started We hope that it would ply in accordance with their vision and if there are temporary aberrations we hope these will be sorted" Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin told reporters on the sidelines of the 13th Pravasi Bhartiya Divas here Syed Akbaruddin Ibnlive "This has happened since the 31 December If there are security concerns that Pakistan is expressing on its side then it is for Pakistan to decide what is in their best interest in terms of security" he said The bus service between the two countries was started on 16 March 1999 primarily to enhance people-to-people contacts following an initiative by the then Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif The Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) on Wednesday said the Pakistan-India Dosti bus service will now on be operated only up to Wagah Border On a question on the differences between Indian and the US intelligence agencies over the visit of US President Barack Obama Akbarduddin said there was no difference between the two agencies President Obama is schedule to visit India later this month He is going to be the chief guest at the Republic Day Parade on 26 January "Please do not look at differences where there is none I can assure that India and the US work closely in these matters They will agree on a way how we go about keeping in mind the decorum of that occasion Please be reassured all security concerns will be met" Akbaruddin said Asked about India’s view on Pakistan Supreme Court’s order overturning the High Court order to release 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi the MEA spokesperson said "Those who deserve being behind bars should be only in jail PTI New Delhi: The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) currently celebrating its diamond jubilee has lost to termites the tree planted by Queen Elizabeth on the grand opening of the premier campus AIIMS was established in 1956 and the institute’s buildings were formally opened by the British monarch on 27 January 1961 at an impressive ceremony attended by the then President Rajendra Prasad Image courtesy-ibnlive "During her visit to the campus Queen Elizabeth II was accompanied by Prince Philip and President Rajendra Prasad It was a glittering ceremony and on the opening day she had planted a tree Unfortunately we have lost that tree to termites But we have planted new trees there" AIIMS Director Dr MC Misra told PTI Rare images of the royal couple visit are part of the institute’s archives and several of these photographs were put on display during the diamond jubilee exhibition which ended on Saturday Queen Elizabeth now 90 visited India in 1961 as the state guest for the Republic Day function At AIIMS a plaque commemorating the event still stands on a pillar inside the JL Nehru Auditorium building The tree was planted somewhere closer to this building "It was a Gulmohar tree After losing it sometime in the past to termites we have planted four bottle brush trees at that spot and eight would be planted in the outer circle" he said Incidentally the photograph showing the Queen planting the tree is a coloured one a rarity as by 1960s very few had then access to the colour photography technology Other archival photographs too are a mix of monochrome and colour "We dug up our own archives and many students and alumni also helped us to put together the exhibition These rare images including those showing the under-construction phase buildings of the campus buildings give us a unique insight into the inception of AIIMS" he said The exhibition was opened on the AIIMS’ Institute Day on September 26 by Union Health Minister JP Nadda Among other rare images include photographs of the visit of Jacqueline Kennedy to the campus Misra said the college is planning to put together these archive material into a coffee-table book "We are still looking for more rare material for the book Also a documentary chronicling the 60 years of AIIMS is also being planned besides a special postal stamp Hopefully these would be released during the convocation day in November" he added The exhibition also extolled the contribution made by Rajkumari Amrit Kaur who was instrumental in founding the institution It also carried old pictures of her mansion ‘Manorvile’ in Shimla which she gifted to AIIMS for use as a holiday home for doctors and nurses Thefore.

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