At least 17 people have been killed as popular unrest has flared across Iran over the death in custody of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini, while a rights group said Thursday the death toll was almost twice as high
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Today in Tehran, schoolgirls remove their headscarves, trample and tear apart the photo of the Islamic Republic’s leaders, and chant in solidarity: “Don't be afraid, don't be afraid, We are all together.” #MahsaAmini #مهسا_امینی #IranProtests2022
You’ll have seen a lot of charts in the past few weeks. But this one REALLY matters. The mortgage burden - the % we spend on our repayments - is heading for the highest level since the late 80s. Last time it hit these levels it preceded the biggest housing crash in modern history
Useful list of pro-Putin arguments being made by the American Right - fascinating how many can be heard elsewhere too
Suella Braverman says sending asylum seekers to Rwanda before Christmas would be her ‘dream’ - closely followed by ‘drowning kittens in a river’ and ‘pushing an orphan off a cliff’.
Cooperation between Iran, Russia and China will help create a new power that will oppose the unipolar world order, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said in an interview with China’s CGTN broadcaster:
The right-wing extremist group known as the Oath Keepers recruits military and law enforcement officials as a means to gain legitimacy and access operational knowledge, says security expert Arie Perliger@APerliger ).