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and exhibiting his well-known sense of humour, And there is nothing left to the imagination, the source added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRecord number of states punishing human-rights activism UN says | Reuters Fwire Reuters Sep 20 2017 21:03:35 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 20 2017 21:03 PM | Updated Date: Sep 20 2017 21:03 PM Tags : A new UN report released on Monday shows that violence has increased in Afghanistan this year as compared to previous years since counting began in 2009 with record levels of civilian casualties majority of which are attributed to anti-government groups including Taliban Islamic State Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) About 5166 people — of which one-third were children — were killed or maimed in Afghanistan in the first six months of this year according to the human rights team of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) The current report released by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) does not count the 80 dead and 231 wounded in the twin suicide blasts on Hazara protesters in Kabul on 23 July since the report counts figures from January till June this year File photo of Afghan military soldiers standing guard Representational image AP The total civilian casualties in the country recorded by the UN between 1 January 2009 and 30 June 2016 is almost 64000 including about 23000 deaths and 41000 injured These are conservative estimates according to the mission report However even though the casualties are record high in 2016 the number of deaths in Afghanistan owing to the protracted conflict peaked in 2014 with 1686 deaths that year The conflict is increasingly beginning to hurt children with nearly one out of three casualties was that of a child — an 18 percent increase from the same period last year Also more than 80 percent of the deaths from improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were of children in 2016 “The full extent of the harm and limitations imposed on the Afghan people to realize all their inter-related human rights due to the conflict are beyond the scope of this report” UNAMA states While anti-government forces remain responsible for 60 percent of the civilian casualties there has been a 47 percent increase in casualties resulting from pro-government military actions — they were overall responsible for 23 percent of the casualties this year primarily from ground engagements Anti-government forces include Taliban as well as individuals and non-state organised armed groups taking a direct part in hostilities that includes LeT Jaish-e-Muhammed the Haqqani Network Hezb-e-Islami Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan Islamic Jihad Union groups identified as ‘Daesh’ (IS) and other militia and armed groups Ground engagements mainly between government and anti-government forces accounted for 38 percent of the casualty figures while suicide attacks by groups like Taliban and IS accounted for 20 percent of the deaths Kabul remains the epicenter of civilian casualties this year with about 62 percent of the wounded and killed from suicide and complex attacks taking place in the capital including the Taliban-claimed complex attack on 19 April targeting the VIP Protection Directorate of the Office of the President that resulted in 393 civilian casualties alone Overall southern Afghanistan has taken the biggest brunt of the conflict in terms of the number of dead civilians since 2009 Apart from suicide attacks anti-government elements-attributed civilian casualties from ground engagements using mortars artilleries rockets grenades etc have also risen in 2016 compared to previous years Improvised explosive devices killed and injured 17 percent of Afghan civilians while targeted and deliberate attacks accounted for 11 percent of the maimed and killed in Afghanistan this year There has been a whopping increase by 110 percent rise in civilian casualties from aerial operations carried out by Afghan security forces through mortars rockets and shelling states the report The UN has urged the government to cease the use of such aerial attacks in civilian-populated areas Significantly the UN in its report also asked the international military forces that includes the US to undertake an independent impartial transparent and effective investigation of the October 2015 airstrike on the Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Kunduz and make the findings public “The violations laid bare in this report set in motion a cascade of potential human rights abuses that stretch from Afghanistan to the Mediterranean and beyond as so many Afghans are driven to seek refuge abroad taking enormous risks” UN high commissioner for human rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said in a press statement “Every single casualty documented in this report – people killed while praying working studying fetching water recovering in hospitals – every civilian casualty represents a failure of commitment and should be a call to action for parties to the conflict to take meaningful concrete steps to reduce civilians’ suffering and increase protection” Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and head of UNAMA Tadamichi Yamamoto Yamamoto had earlier called the IS suicide attack of 23 July a war crime Dhaka: At least three Islamic militants blew themselves up on Thursday in Bangladesh when police raided their hideout outside the port city of Chittagong as part of an intensified crackdown on militants The operation ‘Assault 16’ was jointly carried out by Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime unit Special Weapon and Tactic Team (SWAT) Rapid Action Battalion and Chittagong district police in Sitakunda The gunfight began after police stormed a two-storey building where militants were staying as tenants According to media reports the suspected militants were apparently killed in "suicide explosions" The extremists believed to be operatives of banned Neo-Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) hurled grenades and fired gunshots before blowing themselves up Two policemen also injured during the raid Representational image AFP Ambulances were seen coming out from the site carrying wounded policemen with officials "Police launched an operation when the militants started blasting grenades.explosions rocked the neighbourhood for nearly 10 minutes" a journalist told PTI "Several families were living in that house and they were freed after spending the night as hostages" the journalist said The building has been cordoned off Neo-JMB is said to be inclined to the Islamic State terror outfit which has claimed the responsibility for the deadly 1 July 2016 attack on a Dhaka cafe in which 22 people including an Indian were killed Earlier a couple was arrested from a suspected militant hideout at Chittagong’s Sitakunda A police spokesman in Dhaka told PTI the law enforcement agencies have launched countrywide "block raids" targeting presumed militant hideout since last Thursday Eighty militants have been killed in these raids so far Bangladesh witnessed a spate of attacks on secular activists foreigners and religious minorities since 2013 The country launched a massive crackdown on militants specially after the Dhaka cafe attack By: Reuters | Turin | Published: October 7 2016 3:08 am Gianluigi Buffon who made his 164th appearance rushed out of his area as Vitolo broke clear but completely mistimed his tackle (Source: Reuters) Top News Italy’s Daniele De Rossi scored a late penalty to earn a 1-1 draw against Spain in their World Cup qualifier on Thursday sparing home goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon’s blushes after he gifted the visitors the lead Buffon making his 164th appearance rushed out of his area as Vitolo broke clear but the 38-year-old completely mistimed his tackle allowing the Spaniard to go round him and put the ball into an empty net in the 55th minute Italy who had been completely outplayed in the Group G clash fought back and levelled in the 82nd when Eder was fouled by Sergio Ramos and De Rossi converted the spot kick their only shot on target in the match Spain forward Diego Costa was lucky not to be sent off after the break Having already been booked in the first half he hoofed the ball away in disgust after being flagged offside but escaped a booking and was immediately substituted The result in a rough game which produced 32 fouls and eight yellow cards left both teams with four points from two games behind Albania on six after their 2-0 win away to Liechtenstein Italy remain unbeaten in European and World Cup qualifying matches since 2006 a run of 52 matches while Spain have not lost a World Cup qualifier since 1993 a total of 55 games NEW COACHES Both teams have changed coach since Italy’s 2-0 win in June at Euro 2016 with Giampiero Ventura replacing Antonio Conte for Italy and Julen Lopetegui taking over for Spain in place of Vicente del Bosque Ventura persisted with the 3-5-2 favoured by his predecessor and handed Alessio Romanogli his debut in place of the suspended Giorgio Chiellini in defence Spain immediately took control penning Italy in their own half for long periods with their trademark passing game but created few real chances apart from two Gerard Pique headers Costa was involved in an early skirmish with Leonardo Bonucci and was booked just before halftime after the pair clashed again Spain enjoyed more than 70 percent of possession in the first half but Vitolo’s goal sparked Italy into life Graziano Pelle sent a towering header wide before Ramos tripped Eder in the area Referee Felix Brych waved play on but then consulted the goal line official and awarded a penalty which veteran midfielder De Rossi emphatically converted For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amitabh Sinha | Delhi | Published: December 6 2015 2:08 am Former Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh Related News Former Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh Saturday backed the Delhi government’s new restrictions on movement of private vehicles on the capital’s roads but said this would not work if public transport is not improved and its capacities not augmented “I would say it is a good move Many cities across the world follow such kind of restrictions and it has paid off” said Ramesh The former Union minister is in Paris as part of an international parliamentary forum on climate change that holds a meeting every year alongside the annual climate conference On Friday the AAP-led government had announced several measures to curb air pollution including a new system in which even and odd-numbered cars would be allowed to ply only on alternate days “In 2009 I had seen such a system being implemented in Beijing which at that time used to be called the most polluted city in the world I had suggested to the then chief minister of Delhi Sheila Dikshit to explore the possibility of a similar plan for Delhi as well At that time it could not be worked out but I am happy that the present Delhi government has taken this decision” Ramesh often described as an activist environment minister during his tenure said But he said the Delhi government would need to upgrade its public transport at a rapid pace “In the last few years the Metro has come as a big help to commuters in Delhi Lots of people have started travelling on it But the expansion of Metro has to be speeded up now and point-to-point connectivity ensured” he said “You would not want a good idea to go down the drain because you did not have the supporting infrastructure in place More buses more Metro trains feeder services… you would have to think about all sorts of options to discourage people from taking their cars out” added Ramesh He also said that India must start planning for an energy mix that is less dependent on coal sometime after two or three decades “We cannot reduce our coal consumption now Those who are asking for it are being unreasonable Whichever way you look at it even in the most aggressive scenario of renewable development coal will continue to be the mainstay of India’s electricity generation for the next two decades if not more But that is not to say we must not begin thinking about letting the coal consumption plateau…” he said Ramesh was referring to the debate on India’s coal consumption which had become a big talking point at the Paris climate change conference in the first week For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe launch of the traditional firework rocket known as the "Chupinazo" kicks of the festival The firework is launched from Pamplona’s town hall balcony at noon to the delight of thousands of people packed into the square below The festival’s typical dress is white clothes and red neck scarves Reuters

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