Thousands subjected to 72 different horrific torture methods in Syria
According to the poll around eight percent of the death tolls in prisons can be attributed to these horrific causes. WANRING: Disturbing content.
Turkey refuses ceasefire talks with Kurds, risks mass ISIS escape
“Nobody can stop us until we reach 30 to 35 kilometres” (19 to 22 miles) inside Syria, he said.
China angry over Stephen Harper’s visit to Taiwan
China has issued an angry statement over Stephen Harper’s recent visit to Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. His visit makes him the first former Prime Minister to step foot in the province/country and he publicly praised Taiwan’s democratic process, while giving a thinly veiled critique of Communist China.
Ugandan government pushes for gay death penalty after brutal murder of LGBT activist
The recent murder of Brian Wassawa, a Ugandan LGBT activist, has led to human rights groups demanding the government to conduct a thorough investigation of the murder.
Beyond Meat website quietly removes claim that eating meat contributes to heart disease and cancer
The Beyond Meat website has quietly removed a likely inaccurate statistic that purported to show that eating meat increases the likeliness of developing heart disease by 21 per cent and getting cancer by 16 per cent.
Two Arab plumbers perform job free of charge after learning woman is a Holocaust survivor
Two Arab plumbers in Israel, brothers Simon and Salim Matari, have been praised for their good deed for repairing the pipes of an elderly woman free of charge after discovering that she’s a Holocaust survivor.