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Unseen atrocities against Sikhs during the 1947 partition

In the tumultuous landscape of 1947, as the Indian subcontinent was cleaved into two separate nations, the Sikhs found themselves at the epicenter of a storm of political unrest and communal violence.

Baloch, Sindhis, Pashtun diaspora members in Canada protest against Pakistani military atrocities, enforced disappearances

Baloch, Sindhis and Pashtuns diaspora members in Canada on Saturday hosted a demonstration to express their solidarity with the thousands of Baloch marchers in Pakistan against atrocities, enforced disappearance, extrajudicial killings, torture by the army and other security agencies, media reports said.

Preventing ‘contagion of atrocities’ hinges on responsibility to protect

For “countless civilians” caught in current conflicts around the world, taking responsibility for protecting them to prevent atrocities is more critical than ever, a senior UN official told the General Assembly on Monday.

‘All atrocity crimes are preventable’ and can never be justified – UN chief

New York,June 26 (IBNS): Atrocity crimes – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and ethnic cleansing – are not “inevitable”, the United Nations Secretary-General said on Monday, stressing that the international community must do more to end violence against innocent people.

Atrocities will end in South Sudan only when perpetrators 'face consequences' – UN rights official

New York, Feb 18 (Just Earth News): A senior United Nations human rights official on Friday called for holding accountable those committing atrocity crimes in conflict-torn South Sudan.