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Mob fury in Nagaland: Rape accused stoned to death, 1 killed in police firing

Mar 06, 2015

Mob fury in Nagaland: Rape accused stoned to death, 1 killed in police firing

The man, identified as 35-year-old Syed Farid Khan, had been in custody after being arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a girl who was his neighbour multiple times between 23 and 24 February. #ThatsJustWrong #Nagaland #Rape #Violence #Naga #Mob #immigrant
US to provide work permits to the spouses of H-1B visa holders from 26 May

Feb 25, 2015

US to provide work permits to the spouses of H-1B visa holders from 26 May

The US on Tuesday announced that it will provide work permits to spouses of H-1B visa holders beginning 26 May. #World #India #US #NewsTracker #Immigration #immigrants #USCIS #Homeland Security #H-1B visa holders #work permits
Australia to tighten immigration laws to combat home-grown terrorists

Feb 23, 2015

Australia to tighten immigration laws to combat home-grown terrorists

Australia will strengthen its immigration laws and crack down on groups that incite hatred under a raft of counterterrorism measures introduced on Monday. #Terrorism #Australia #NewsTracker #immigration laws #home-grown terror #Australia counter-terrorism strategy
At least 300 migrants, who tried to cross Mediterranean sea, missing: UN

Feb 12, 2015

At least 300 migrants, who tried to cross Mediterranean sea, missing: UN

Some 300 migrants who tried to cross the frigid Mediterranean in open, rubber boats, were reported missing by UN and other aid groups sharply criticised the new EU rescue operation as insufficient. #United Nations #NewsTracker #European Union #UN #EU #immigrants #Migrants #Mediterranean Sea #Rubber boats
Australia: Report says children in immigration detention camps were abused

Feb 12, 2015

Australia: Report says children in immigration detention camps were abused

Australia's policy of indefinitely holding children of asylum seekers in immigration detention camps violates international laws, the government's human rights watchdog found, after an inquiry uncovered hundreds of reports of assaults involving child detainees. #Australia #NewsTracker #Child Abuse #Asylum seekers #Immigration detention camps #Detention camps #Australia's Human Rights Commission