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South Africa's Tutu asks Myanmar's Suu Kyi to help Rohingya

South Africa's Tutu asks Myanmar's Suu Kyi to help Rohingya

However, he said the world leaders were unlikely of any help because of diplomatic reasons. Apart from his motion, his wife and First Lady Emine Erdogan was in Bangladesh to see firsthand the tragedy of Rohingyas. "But we can brief the Human Rights Council as well as the United Nations Security Council on the crimes of Myanmar Buddhists against Muslims which are threatening the global peace and security", he said.


Tony Blair calls for tighter immigration rules to keep United Kingdom in EU

Tony Blair calls for tighter immigration rules to keep United Kingdom in EU

MPs will on Monday hold their first vote on a crucial piece of legislation meant to smooth Britain's departure from the European Union . While the protest was supported by pop musician Bob Geldof . A Conservative peer has implored parliamentarians who voted Remain to stay true to their convictions as thousands of anti-Brexit demonstrators marched on Westminster.


Millions in Florida evacuate as Hurricane Irma pounds Cuba, heads north

Millions in Florida evacuate as Hurricane Irma pounds Cuba, heads north

In one of the country's largest evacuations, about 5.6 million people in Florida - more than one-quarter of the state's population - were ordered to leave, and another 540,000 were ordered out on the Georgia coast. Two tornadoes touched ground Saturday in Oakland Park and Wilton Manors, and tornado warnings were briefly in effect Saturday night and early Sunday morning in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.


A minute of your life can save another life

A minute of your life can save another life

The theme of this year's World Suicide Prevention Day is "Take a Minute, Change a Life". Although the overall rate is quite less (6.9 per lakh population) compared to the national average figure (10.6 per lakh population), yet 2015 saw a 15.2 % increase in suicide over 2014 as per national crime bureau records.


Obama leaves high school students speechless when he crashes their lesson

Obama leaves high school students speechless when he crashes their lesson

So if you need a ray of sunshine, just watch these students absolutely lose it when former President Barack Obama walks into the room. Former U.S. The former President has been keeping a low profile since he left the White House. Mr Obama had personally appealed to Mr Trump to keep the programme, which prevented almost 800,000 people who came to the United States as children from being deported.


Top 25: TCU Horned Frogs wear down Arkansas Razorbacks

Top 25: TCU Horned Frogs wear down Arkansas Razorbacks

That "D+" grade is pretty generous in our book. Arkansas would go on to shoot itself in the foot on multiple occasions down the stretch. After TCU sophomore running back Darius Anderson ran 14 yards for a touchdown with 2:18 remaining in the game, Arkansas fumbled the ensuing kickoff .