ARAC International Curated Global Security News May 25,2022





Extremism
Daily update  May 25, 2022
NEWS
A Growing Epidemic of Extremism in America - The Santa Clara
The Buffalo shooting has prompted concerns about extremism and hate crimes.
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Opinion: A toxic mix of extremism and populism is destabilising South Asia - Scroll.in
Fascist tendencies. Extremism in Afghanistan, populism in India and extremist-populism in Pakistan, as these examples show, have combined to produce a ...
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Extremism & The Great Replacement Theory | The 21st Show | Illinois Public Media
A closer look at an Illinois white supremacist group that bombed a Minnesota mosque and the growing threat from white nationalists.
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Coups d'├ętat and Political Instability in the Sahel: Implications for the Fight against Terrorism ...
Analysis of the unfolding situation points to a potential leadership crisis in the fight against terrorism and violent extremism. This is due to ...
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Russia Releases First Jehovah's Witness Imprisoned for 'Extremism' - The Moscow Times
... five years after he became the first member of the religious group to be jailed on extremism charges in Russia, the organization said Tuesday.
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Extremists kill dozens in latest attack in northeast Nigeria - ABC News
OSOGBO, Nigeria -- Dozens of civilians have been killed in northeast Nigeria by Islamic extremist rebels targeting farmers and the local militia ...
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Extremists don't reflect an entire demographic | Opinion | dnews.com
Extremists don't reflect an entire demographic ... The shooter in Buffalo had a racist motive. He wanted to kill Black people. We don't know exactly how ...
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Extremists kill dozens in latest attack in northeast Nigeria - The Washington Post
OSOGBO, Nigeria — Dozens of civilians have been killed in northeast Nigeria by Islamic extremist rebels targeting farmers and the local militia ...
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Letters on DeSantis, China, School Board, extremism, abortion, more - Gainesville Sun
Who are the extremists? If you are someone who wants to make America great again, you are in Hillary Clinton's world deplorable and in Joe Biden's ...
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Cardinal Onaiyekan: Christians & Muslims must counter extremism together - Vatican News
Aid to the Church in Need decried the student's murder and called the levels of extremism and violence in Nigeria as “absolutely appalling.
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DR Congo
Daily update  May 25, 2022
NEWS
DR Congo military accused of shelling civilians in Rwanda | News | Al Jazeera
The allegations follow claims by DR Congo officials of Rwandan forces supporting armed groups in DRC.
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Democratic Republic of the Congo - Flash Update #5: Humanitarian situation in Rutshuru Territory
English Situation Report on Democratic Republic of the Congo about Coordination, Food and Nutrition and more; published on 24 May 2022 by OCHA.
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Thousands flee eastern DR Congo to Rwanda amid violence • FRANCE 24 English - YouTube
Clashes between the Congolese Armed Forces and the M23 militia group sent thousands over the border in Rwanda seeking shelter.
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WFP Democratic Republic of the Congo April Situation Report #36 - 12 May 2022 - ReliefWeb
English Situation Report on Democratic Republic of the Congo about Education, Food and Nutrition, Drought, Epidemic and more; published on 24 May ...
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Many Rwandan Civilians Die As Rockets Fired From DR Congo Fall In Musanze District - HumAngle
The rockets, fired from the Democratic Republic of Congo in the morning of Monday, May 23 lasted 21 minutes.
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Q&A: DRC has more to lose than gain in regional bloc – opposition | Economy | Al Jazeera
This April, the Democratic Republic of Congo joined the East African Community (EAC). It effectively became the seventh member of a regional bloc ...
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Rwanda requires probe, saying DR Congo rockets injure citizens | CGTN Africa
Rockets fired by Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC) in its eastern region slammed into northern Rwanda on Monday, ...
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DR Congo Reports 5 Ebola Cases, All Dead, Amid Latest Outbreak | News | teleSUR English
On Tuesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has reported five cases of Ebola virus ...
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Democratic Republic of Congo: ICRC boosts access to safe water through partnerships and ...
English News and Press Release on Democratic Republic of the Congo about Humanitarian Financing and Water Sanitation Hygiene; published on 23 May ...
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UN condemns M23 attacks on its forces in DR Congo - BusinessGhana
The United Nations force in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has condemned attacks against it by M23 rebels and urged them to...
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South Sudan
Daily update  May 25, 2022
NEWS
South Sudan clashes: UN calls for accountability of perpetrators | Africanews
Silence has engulfed thousands of homes burnt down in different locations across the southern part of South Sudan's Unity State.
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UNISFA debunks fake news - South Sudan | ReliefWeb
English News and Press Release on South Sudan about Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding; published on 13 Apr 2022 by UNISFA.
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Promoting human rights key to reducing violence in South Sudan - ReliefWeb
English News and Press Release on South Sudan about Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding and Protection and Human Rights; published on 23 May 2022 by UN ...
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Death Penalty 2021: State-sanctioned killings continue in East and Southern Africa ... - ReliefWeb
While 33 executions were recorded in Botswana, Somalia and South Sudan in 2021, the overwhelming majority of the countries in the region that have not ...
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Promoting human rights key to reducing violence in South Sudan | OHCHR
“Promoting and protecting human rights in South Sudan will help reduce violence and pave the way for political stability, peace and development, ...
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Time is short for Sudan to resolve political crisis, Mission chief warns | | UN News
Eight month-old boy is being treated for severe malnutrition in Al Sabbah Children's Hospital in Juba, South Sudan. (2018) ...
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"Allow me to visit the people who live in the bushes" asks the new Bishop of Yei - Agenzia Fides
The Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya and South Sudan Archbishop Hubertus van Megan also encouraged the people of South Sudan and Yei in particular to embrace ...
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The day the UN barred using hunger and starvation as weapons of war | World Food Programme
From the Sahel, to South Sudan, Syria, Yemen and all the way to ... “That's the biggest challenge in every conflict,” she says sitting in her ...
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Terrorism
Daily update  May 25, 2022
NEWS
Republican flip-flop on white terrorists a win for Democrats - MSNBC News
Republican senators like Josh Hawley and members of the House like Steve Scalise and Ron Johnson are flip-flopping on white terrorists after ...
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Biden told Israel's PM the IRGC will stay on terrorism blacklist - Politico
U.S. officials point out that the IRGC terrorist designation was technically never part of the nuclear deal itself, and they say that the deal could ...
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Anti-terrorism drill with 100 officers staged ahead of expected visit by state leaders on Hong ...
Code-named 'Defender', operation took place ahead of possible visit by state leaders late next month to mark handover and oversee swearing-in of ...
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Coming together to stand against hate and terrorism | The College of Saint Rose
This horrific act of terrorism is the antithesis of all that we are and stand for as a community. Like many of you, I have struggled to absorb the ...
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Court In Tatarstan Extends Pretrial Detention Of Anti-War Activist Charged With Terrorism
... detention for activist Andrei Boyarshinov, who was charged with terrorism over his calls to stop Russia's ongoing unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.
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Robert Brown Named Executive Assistant Director of the Science and Technology Branch - FBI.gov
He led investigations targeting gangs and public corruption, led the Joint Terrorism Task Force, and supervised terrorism investigations.
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Quad unequivocally condemns terrorism; denounces 26/11, Pathankot attacks - India Today
Terrorists of Pakistan-based outfits Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) had carried out the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and the January ...
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White House Coordinated With National School Boards Association On 'Domestic Terrorism ...
A probe of the National School Boards Association's call for federal investigations of parents as domestic terrorists found the White House was ...
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Baramulla: Three terrorists arrested for sarpanch's murder | Latest News India - Hindustan Times
The terrorists were arrested by Baramulla police and the army on the basis of technical leads and human inputs, the officer added.
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A Partial List of Mass Shootings in the United States in 2022 - The New York Times
... “What happened here is simple and straightforward: Terrorism. ... and charged with carrying out a terrorist attack on a mass transit system.
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WEB
Kuwait hosts int'l meeting on foreign terrorist fighters - Xinhua
KUWAIT CITY, May 24 (Xinhua) -- The Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTF) Working Group Meeting held the opening ceremony Tuesday in Kuwait City, ...
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Islamic State
Daily update  May 25, 2022
NEWS
Islamic State group 'trying to control' Mali-Niger border with series of attacks - France 24
The Islamic State (IS) group appears to be stepping up attacks close to the border between Mali and Niger, with sources suggesting that the ...
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FBI says it foiled Islamic State sympathizer's plot to kill George W Bush - The Guardian
The FBI claims an Islamic State sympathizer living in Ohio plotted to assassinate George W Bush, but confidential informants helped federal agents ...
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Sahel: The Islamic State on the offensive again, how do Mali and Niger reply ? - France 24
The Islamic State group intensifies its attacks on civilians in Mali and Niger. How do these countries reply? Wassim Nasr tells us more.
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Iraqi officials: Attacks by IS militants kill 12 civilians | AP News
BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants from the Islamic State group killed 12 civilians and wounded at least six in two separate attacks in Iraq, ...
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Iran buries slain Revolutionary Guards colonel, vows revenge | Reuters
The family members of Colonel Sayad Khodai, a member of Iran's Islamic ... Khodai was a "defender of the shrines," Iranian state media said on ...





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Daily Wrap24 May 2022
Time is short for Sudan to resolve political crisis, Mission chief warns

Time is short for Sudan to reach a solution to its protracted political crisis, the Special Representative for the country told the Security Council on Tuesday, warning that if the impasse is not urgently overcome, the consequences will be felt beyond national borders, impacting a whole generation.

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Peace and Security
Zimbabwean peacekeeper wins UN gender advocate award

For the first time, a Zimbabwean peacekeeper has been chosen to receive the prestigious 2021 Military Gender Advocate of the Year Award, UN Peacekeeping announced on Tuesday.

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Peace and Security
World’s richest countries damaging child health worldwide: UNICEF

Over-consumption in the world’s richest countries is creating unhealthy, dangerous, and toxic conditions for children globally, according to a new report published on Tuesday by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

 

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Climate and Environment
‘Don’t work for climate wreckers’ UN chief tells graduates, in push to a renewable energy future

Today’s college graduates can become the generation to succeed “where my generation has failed” the UN chief said on Tuesday, urging the class of 2022, not to work for “climate wreckers” in industries that continue to profit from fossil fuels.

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Climate and Environment
Monkeypox outbreak can still be contained, insists UN health agency

The monkeypox outbreak that has been reported in 16 countries and several regions of the world can still be contained and the overall risk of transmission is low, the UN health agency said on Tuesday.

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Health
Deputy UN chief praises resilience of Bali students in face of disaster threats

In their red school uniforms, with backpacks on their heads to protect from falling debris, More than 200 students and teachers from Tanjong Benoa Elementary School on the Indonesian island of Bali, filed calmly up three flights of stairs to the rooftop of a hotel, close to their classrooms.

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Climate and Environment
Fallen Chadian Captain wins second-ever UN peacekeeping award for ‘exceptional courage’

Late Captain Abdelrazakh Hamit Bahar of Chad, was named on Tuesday as the recipient of United Nations Peacekeeping’s highest award, for exceptional courage, serving in Mali, which will be presented on Thursday at UN Headquarters in New York.

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Peace and Security
Tedros re-elected to lead the World Health Organization

The Member States of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday, re-elected Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to serve a second five-year term as Director-General of the world’s leading public health agency.

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Health

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‘Slow death’: ten years confined to camps for 130,000 Rohingya in Myanmar

In its new briefing, the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) provides evidence that the genocidal act known as ‘slow death’... 

 






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