Iraqi defence forces killed four people on Thursday during charges in the centre of the capital Badgad. Three of the victims died after tear gas grenades pierced their skulls. Amnesty International revealed earlier this month that tear gas grenades had also cost the lives of five other Iraqi. The Baghdad police are said to have ¨used tear gas grenades that have not previously been used in Iraq.¨
The forest fires in Australia have claimed a fourth life. A body was found in the state of New South Wales. It is to be a 58-year-old man who lived in a nearby barn and had not been seen since Friday, when violent forest fires in New South Wales killed three other people. The local police reported this on Thursday.
More and more young people from Hong Kong are taking part in the “riots” in the region. The demonstrators argue for more democracy and less … Read more
US President Donald Trump has postponed the decision to impose higher import tariffs on cars from Europe and elsewhere by six months. As reported by … Read more