Happy Christmas (War Is Over)

Happy Christmas

(War Is Over)

BY Celine Dion – (JOHN LENON)

Was there any INQUESTS (Inquiry into the deaths) done on 1,300 foreign nationals died in custody

Was there any INQUESTS (Inquiry into the deaths) done on 1,300 foreign nationals died in custody

 

About 1,300 migrants in detention died because ‘denied medical treatment at the right time…”

It is shocking to find out that about 1,300 human beings, who are foreign nationals, died in custody over just the last SIX years…

No human being is ‘illegal’ – they may have come in and/or remained in Malaysia without the required documentation but let us not forget that we are dealing with human beings.

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Ranbaxy may sell 3 plants in Asia

   Ranbaxy may sell 3 plants in Asia

to rationalise costs 

NEW DELHI, Dec 22 — Ranbaxy Laboratories, India’s largest drugmaker, is planning to sell three plants in China, Malaysia and Vietnam as part of a strategy to rationalise its business portfolio and cut costs, two persons with knowledge of the development, who did not wish to be named, told The Economic Times.

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MSF handing over cyclone projects in Myanmar, but will remain for greater health needs throughout the country

MSF handing over cyclone projects in Myanmar,

but will remain for greater health needs

throughout the country

 

Six months have passed since cyclone Nargis devastated Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, leaving an estimated 130,000 people dead or missing and altering the region immeasurably. 

An unprecedented number of international non-governmental organizations (INGOs), working alongside the state authorities, have done much to stabilize the situation and continue to provide essential support for people’s ongoing recovery. As such, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is now able to hand over many of its programmes to other actors. 

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As Chechen conflict ebbs, critical humanitarian needs still remain

As Chechen conflict ebbs,

critical humanitarian needs still remain 

It has been nearly four years since the most intense fighting subsided between Russian government and rebel forces in the North Caucasus republic of Chechnya. Tens of thousands of internally displaced persons (IDPs), who had fled to the neighboring republics of Ingushetia and Dagestan, have returned to Chechnya. 

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Humanitarian aid restricted in Myanmar

Humanitarian aid restricted in Myanmar 

Isolated from the outside world since the ruling military junta came to power in 1962, the people of Myanmar (formerly named Burma) suffer from the consequences of repression and neglect. The crackdown on monks marching for democracy in September brought international attention to this long-suffering population, but it did not expose what ordinary Burmese go through every day. 

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Irrawaddy:Health of Burmese Cyclone Volunteer at Risk

By:SAW YANG NAING

A Burmese cyclone relief worker, Yin Yin Wine, who has been detained in Insein Prison in Rangoon, is suffering a stomach or intestinal illness, sources in Rangoon said on Monday.

A source close to Insein Prison told The Irrawaddy that the 36-year-old woman has not received proper medical treatment in prison and has been denied treatment from outside the prison.

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