20 families have already returned to Talish village and about 180 more will return – President Ilham Aliyev

Illegal Armenian formations and criminal elements remain in Karabakh – President Ilham Aliyev

BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 18. 20 families have already returned to the Talish village and about 180 more will return, said President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev as he addressed the people of Azerbaijan on the occasion of the Novruz holiday in the Talish village of the Tartar district, Trend reports. Will be updated Source link

LAURA INGRAHAM: The left’s over-the-top reparations proposals will bankrupt families

Fox News host Laura Ingraham reacted to San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors considering reparations for qualifying Black residents on “The Ingraham Angle.” LAURA INGRAHAM: It’s clickbait, and it’s the left’s go-to, shiny object for keeping African-Americans on the line. Well, of course, I’m talking about reparations, and San Francisco’s latest over-the-top proposals, most of which … Read more

Opinion: Families shouldn’t be torn apart because a parent’s in prison

Editor’s Note: Ashish Prashar, is a board member with the nonprofit group Just Leadership USA, which works to achieve racial and social justice. He also serves on the advisory council of the Responsible Business Initiative for Justice, a nonprofit seeking greater fairness across the criminal justice system. He tweets @Ash_Prashar. The views expressed in this … Read more

Africa: Nigeria – Voices From Families of the Missing

After more than a decade of conflict, thousands of families are missing loved ones across northeast Nigeria. Many have never given up hope. Now, some are seeking to help others. “A missing person is not like a death,” Ahmed Kyari says. “With a death, after the grieving process, a person can continue their life. But … Read more

Native American tribe barricading Wisconsin families in homes has received millions of dollars in govt funds

Wisconsin residents trapped in homes as Native American tribe maintains blockade over legal dispute

The Native American tribe barricading dozens of Wisconsin families in their homes over a legal dispute regarding road infrastructure has accepted hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding. In late January, the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians — a tribe with 3,415 members and 86,600 acres of reservation property in … Read more