KOTA KINABALU, 16 Feb — Pelbagai isu tanah yang dihadapi oleh penduduk tempatan kini pada peringakt serius yang memerlukan penyelesaian segera, menurut Pesuruhjaya Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (Suhakam) Jannie Lasimbang.
Friday, February 18, 2011
Ditulis oleh Hadri Yaziz
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Tensions are mounting in Yemen after 2 people were killed in clashes with security forces during an anti-government demonstration.
Protests have been spreading across Yemen over the past week. The demonstrators are demanding that President Ali Abdullah Saleh step down after more than 2 decades in power. The protestors also want the government to do more to tackle poverty.
An AFP news agency report says security troops fired on hundreds of demonstrators in the southern city of Aden on Wednesday, killing 2 men.
In the capital Sanaa, where anti-government rallies have continued for 6 straight days, riot police fired warning shots on student protestors.
In the city of Taiz, demonstrators have reportedly occupied a central square.
In an effort to calm the situation, President Saleh announced earlier this month that he will step down after his term expires and will not run in a presidential election in 2013.
In Bahrain, police have stormed the capital's main square to break up anti-government protests on Thursday, leaving 2 people dead and several hundred injured.
Thousands of mainly Shia demonstrators had occupied Pearl Square in central Manama since Monday to protest minority Sunni rule. Many of them responded to online calls for demonstrations.
Protestors say hundreds of police and security personnel blocked roads leading to the square before dawn on Thursday.
They say police then used tear gas and rubber bullets to drive out the demonstrators.
An opposition group calling for the demonstrations says 2 men were killed and several hundred others injured, including women and children.
The Bahraini government has yet to comment on the latest development.
But the protesters are denouncing the government, telling NHK that authorities suppressed peaceful demonstrations with violence in the predawn hours when there's little media attention.
The Iranian government is increasing pressure on anti-government protestors who are calling for change.
Clashes broke out between pro- and anti-government groups in central Tehran on Wednesday. It came 2 days after another clash between anti-government protesters and security troops left 2 people dead.
The Iranian government says it will hold large-scale rallies on Friday in Tehran and elsewhere to counter the anti-government demonstrations. The government is calling on Iranians to participate in the rallies.
Iranian clerics are demanding that the leaders of the recent anti-government protests be indicted. The country's prosecutor general has also said he may punish the pro-democracy leaders.
The opposition leaders are reacting sharply against the government's hard line stance.
Former prime minister Mir Hossein Mousavi and former parliament speaker Mehdi Karroubi issued statements in support of the anti-government protestors.
In Libya, demonstrators have taken to the streets to protest the government of the country's leader Muammar al-Qadhafi.
The anti-government protest is the first in the North African country since Qadhafi took power more than 40 years ago, and follows people's uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt that have toppled their governments.
Local reports say hundreds of demonstrators staged a rally in the northeastern city of Benghazi, the country's 2nd-largest city, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The protestors demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi and the release of human rights activists from detention.
Police used water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets when demonstrators started throwing stones. Fourteen people were injured in a clash between protesters and security troops along with government supporters.
Opposition forces are using the social networking site Facebook to call for a large rally on Thursday to protest corruption and nepotism among government officials.
Thousands of people have said they will take part in the rally.
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