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Thursday, April 25, 2019

April 25, 2019

MARRIED TO DEATH

"Haske ya sa ku! Mahaifin ku a can!" The militants yells as they shoot randomly in my village, they kill everyone at sight, both the young and the old, it was chaotic and we ran. We did not just run, we were colliding among each other, both the young and old, the fatty and skinny, we ran! We fall! We collide. As we approach the gate of St Peter's Catholic Church, running inside the church with a sigh of relief.
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The militants got to our village very early, few of us that survived the massacre ran to the church for refuse since the war is tribal and not religious. We found the church to be our only Savior until the arrival of the military.
The number of people trooping into the church with pool of blood keep increasing, we never thought this crisis will get to this part of the country, like a butchers shop, the church was full of blood stains and splash. As we find where to sit down and pray to our God for help even though we know death is in the neighborhood.
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Suddenly, there was an announcement from the church that people of laka tribe should move to the parish house and wait for further instructions while others wait in the church compound. Then I know death is a wife I have to marry Now, as the church gate is locked, the militants made it out from their hideouts including the Bishop we love so much and trusted. As I drop the last tears, I wailed it's finished! I will die like my parents in the hand of familiar unknown enemy.
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Edited by FRANKLIN MISSA

Produced by ALEXANDER

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Friday, April 19, 2019

April 19, 2019

How Europeans settled In Australia


For Aborigines, they got there through migration over land bridges several thousands of years past. At least that’s the general hypothesis. So they found it by walking till there wasn’t ground any longer, the land bridges disappeared, then they would settle there and start inhabiting, and they did this for 40,000 years prior to white man.
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For Europeans, basically by accident.
It was generally believed that long before land was actually sighted, that there might be some sort of continental mass well south of Asia.
There was no specific mission set aside, as had been the case with North America. The first European to sight the Australian continent was Netherlander Willem Janszoon in 1606, along the coast of Cape York Peninsula. The Dutch mapped the northern outline, referring to the continent as “New Holland,” but did not settle there. Dirk Hartog, another Dutchman, made landfall in 1616 in Western Australia (on an island now named after him) but found little of value, and continued on to Batavia (Jakarta), Indonesia.
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Saturday, April 6, 2019

April 06, 2019

Why is Kashmir important to India and Pakistan

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After the partition of the Indian Empire on 1947, Pakistan and India has both claim to be the legal owners of Northern of Jammu and Kashmir which refused to join either of the two countries and remain neutral during the partition crisis of 1947.
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After pressure from both side the maharajah of Kashmir, Hari Signh signed an agreement with both parties, which they both agreed not to occupy or invade the region for two months so they can decide what next step to take. But it all changed when on October 1947 the maharajah of Kashmir confiscated weapons from the muslims and sent it to the British Army and it was later redistributed to the Hindu Village defence forces which provoked an uprising by the Muslims in Kashmir and it's neighboring Pashtun tribesman from Pakistan came in to assist as it was claimed.
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Thinking it was an invasion by Pakistan, the maharajah sought military assistant from India but Indian government agreed only if Kashmir will be handed over to India(claiming they need the right before interference), which the maharajah accepted and it was approved by the Governor General and Kashmir and Jammu was acceded to India on October 26, 1947, Pakistan disputed this agreement stating that Kashmir had no right to violate the stand-still agreement while it was still in force. 
The next day being October 27, 1947, Indian troops landed in Kashmir to fight the uprising and the tribesmen from Pakistan,  this led to Pakistan invading Kashmir and the first India - Pakistan war began.
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During the war, the Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru promised a referendum after the war. India referred the cases to the UN, which a resolution was passed that they both withdraw their troops from the region and that a referendum should be held for the people to decide their fate, but India and Pakistan never withdrew their troop and referendum was never held till this day.
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A ceasefire was later agreed on January 1, 1949 and Kashmir was declared a disputed territory and the ceasefire line became the defacto border splitting Kashmir into two with India occupying 65 percent of Kashmir and Pakistan occupying the remaining. 
Three wars have been fought over Kashmir by India and Pakistan, but have you ever wondered what an independent United Kashmir will look like? 

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