Headlines: Erdogan still hopeful of American attention despite being ignored by Trump British fear loss of Cypriot oil because of Turkish actions America has no option but to continue dialogue with the Taliban over Afghanistan
World leaders mourned the death of former Zimbabwean President Robert Gabriel Mugabe who died in Singapore on 6th September 2019 aged 95. Mugabe's successor, President Emerson Mnangagwa, in announcing Mugabe's death, praised him as an "icon of liberation."
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Dozens of women protested in Istanbul on Saturday to denounce rising violence against women and the government’s failure to stop brutal attacks across the country. They gathered in the Kadikoy neighborhood on the Asian side of Istanbul, recounting harrowing stories of women recently murdered across the country, including Emine Bulut, whose killing by her ex-husband in August sparked outrage.
UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Tuesday, lawyer Hamid Sabi presented the findings of the China Tribunal, an independent tribunal on allegations of forced organ harvesting. It concluded that there was clear evidence China had been extracting organs from, and thereby killing, [including Uighur Muslims]
Against a backdrop of talks related to British dual national prisoners accused of spying and tit-for-tat detaining of oil tankers, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has continued to have high level meetings with the Iranians, purportedly to avoid escalation of the growing crisis, yet keeping tensions high.