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Why China is banning beards and veils in Xinjiang

(CNN)No long beards. No veils in public locations. No home-schooling. The most current procedures– laid out in a sweeping brand-new anti-extremism legislation– work Saturday and begin the heels of a series of actions to increase monitoring in the area that consist of the surrender of passports and obligatory GPS trackers in automobiles. “They’re doubling down on security in Xinjiang,” stated James Leibold, an associate teacher at Australia’s Le Trobe University, whose research study concentrates on China’s Uyghur minority. What are the current steps? The brand-new legislation, which was released on a local news website run by the provincial federal government, appears to standardize, and broaden throughout the entire province, piecemeal guidelines and policies that have actually been enacted in specific towns and cities. Specifically, it forbids: Propagating or promoting extremist ideas Wearing or requiring others to use full-face coverings Hyping up spiritual fanaticism through growing beards or picking names in... Readmore

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01 Apr
Improve Your Home’s Interior With These Easy Tips

Improve Your Home’s Interior With These Easy Tips

When a whole-home remodel isn’t feasible, sound interior decorating principles can achieve a similar effect with less work and less money. Updating windows, repainting or changing the lighting could make a dull room into an amazing room. Read this guide... Readmore

01 Apr
Arkansas can’t find enough volunteers to witness back-to-back executions

Arkansas can’t find enough volunteers to witness back-to-back executions

(CNN)Over the course of 10 days in April, Arkansas prepares to put to death 8 prisoners. The state code needs that no less than 6 “reputable residents” exist at each execution. There’s one issue: It’s having a tough time discovering... Readmore

01 Apr
Hillary Clinton, it’s too soon

Hillary Clinton, it’s too soon

(CNN)Hillary Clinton is back. Of course, Hillary Clinton is back. I am persuaded she will run for the presidency as lot of times as it requires to win– even if she is still being wheeled through the streets of Iowa... Readmore

01 Apr
Gilbert Baker, inventor of gay rights rainbow flag, dies aged 65

Gilbert Baker, inventor of gay rights rainbow flag, dies aged 65

The San Francisco-based activist and artist started making banners for gay rights and anti-war demonstrations in the 1970s, frequently at the demand of Harvey Milk Gilbert Baker, a San Francisco-based activist and artist best understood for producing the rainbow flag... Readmore

01 Apr
More middle-aged men taking steroids to look younger

More middle-aged men taking steroids to look younger

Experts alert about growing variety of males in their 50s and 40s taking drugs to eliminate indications of aging and enhance libido Growing varieties of middle-aged males are relying on anabolic steroids to make themselves feel and look more younger... Readmore

01 Apr
Why the NHS is getting patients boxing and drumming – BBC News

Why the NHS is getting patients boxing and drumming – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images One of these is Dr Michael Dixon, a GP from Devon, who has actually been designated NHS England’s social recommending result in promote non-medical methods of dealing with clients. Image copyright Getty Images And it can... Readmore

01 Apr
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner keep property assets while in White House

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner keep property assets while in White House

Details emerged as White House started launching monetary disclosure types for around 180 leading authorities, and will likely sustain dispute of interest issues Donald Trumps child and son-in-law, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner , are keeping ratings of residential or... Readmore

01 Apr
Kentucky’s last abortion clinic sues to stay open

Kentucky’s last abortion clinic sues to stay open

(CNN)The only abortion supplier in Kentucky might be needed to close its doors Monday. EMW Women’s Surgical Center, based in Louisville, got a letter “out of the blue” on March 13 from the state’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services... Readmore

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