Kyrgyz government’s urgent plea following hostel attacks on Indian and Pakistani students

BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan – Following a string of attacks on hostels housing students from India and Pakistan, the Kyrgyz government has issued a request for action against what they refer to as “destructive forces.” The incidents, which have left many residents feeling unsafe, have sparked concerns about the safety and security of foreign students studying in the country. The attacks, which occurred in the capital city of Bishkek, have been met with condemnation from both local …

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Fatal A9 Crashes Ignite Outrage in Scottish Government’s Dualling Plans

In Edinburgh, Scotland, SNP MSP Fergus Ewing has expressed frustration over delays in the A9 dualling project following a series of tragic accidents in recent months. In a letter addressed to Transport Secretary Fiona Hyslop, Ewing voiced skepticism about the government’s commitment to the A9 programme, particularly after fatal incidents on the road. Throughout March, the A9 witnessed a spate of accidents resulting in multiple fatalities and injuries. The incidents included the deaths of Roy …

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Fatal A9 Accidents Prompt Fergus Ewing to Challenge Scottish Government’s Dualling Plans

Inverness, Scotland – SNP MSP Fergus Ewing has expressed deep concern over the delay in the A9 dualling project in light of recent fatal car accidents. Ewing addressed a poignant letter to Transport Secretary Fiona Hyslop following a tragic month on the A9 highway, which saw multiple deaths and injuries. The tragic incidents in March included the passing of 60-year-old Roy Bannerman near Aviemore, James Noble (30) south of Tore, and a 90-year-old man near …

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