Prince Fosu was neglected for six days until he died, naked and starving. We cannot treat people with such inhumanity, says Guardian columnist Afua Hirsch
— Read on www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/mar/04/prince-fosu-death-harmondsworth-immigration-centre-inquest
As he spoke, tears rolled down his face. “First I asked, ‘Why are you attacking me? What wrong have I done?’ But they did not listen to my words and went on hitting me from all sides. They were shouting maro shaale mulleko [kill the bastard Muslim] and jai Sri Ram [a Hindu nationalist slogan]. There were many other men who stood by who did not come to save me.” The photo of Zubair being ruthlessly beaten in broad daylight in the streets of Delhi by a mob of young Hindu men was one of the most shocking images of the brutal religious riots that engulfed Delhi, where Hindus were pitted against Muslims, thousands were injured and 43 people killed.
Source: Inside Delhi: beaten, lynched and burnt alive | World news | The Guardian
They must demonstrate political reliability and support of China’s rule in their homeland, instructors say.
Source: Tibetan Nuns Undergo Forced ‘Political Training’ at Shugsep Nunnery Near Lhasa
Brother of man who detonated a pipe bomb in a New York subway and four relatives are fighting efforts to strip their residency status
Source: Brother of convicted terrorist faces deportation despite US citizenship | US news | The Guardian
Southern “Redeemers” snuffed out the first black power movement.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2019/11/08/opinion/sunday/jim-crow-laws.html
Censored News is a service to grassroots Indigenous Peoples engaged in resistance and upholding human rights.
Source: CENSORED NEWS: Stolen Generations: The Native Children Who Never Came Home
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is abandoning all inhibitions in the battle for Brexit. His hostile and antagonistic rhetoric dismays civil Britons, but provides catnip for those eager to leave the EU. Many fear he has opened a Pandora’s box.
— Read on m.spiegel.de/international/europe/he-the-people-the-inverse-correlation-of-power-and-civility-in-britain-a-1289009.html
In his 21 months of detention, Jose Segovia Benitez says he’s been denied critical treatment for his PTSD and heart condition
Source: ‘I refuse to die in here’: the marine who survived two tours and is now fighting deportation | US news | The Guardian