The framing of mental health and psychology in terms of national security cannot be divorced from the wider discussions on race or the increasing management of mental health services through the state apparatus.
Barnawi is the son of the founder of Nigeria’s Boko Haram militant group, which has been driving a crushing insurgency in northeast Nigeria since 2009.
Community, crowdfunding and grassroots organisations have been at the forefront of efforts to tackle Islamophobia, but collective trauma can only heal with proactive leadership to create safety for all.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he is open to allowing Australian white supremacist Brenton Tarrant who killed 51 worshippers in New Zealand to serve his life sentence in his homeland.
Brenton Tarrant wanted "to have shot more people than he did", the court was told at the start of the sentencing, held amid tight security and in front of bereaved families and wounded survivors.
The Europol's annual terrorism report suggests that the PKK terror group is actively engaged in propaganda activities as well as collecting money in European countries such as Belgium, Germany and Romania.
The Gaza Health Ministry says it urgently needs more than $20 million to stave off the collapse of the health system if there is a major outbreak.
A roadside bomb by PKK terrorists has killed at least one person in southeastern Turkey, near the country's border with Iraq.
Royal Public Schools, chain of charter schools run by FETO member Soner Tarim, planned to open campuses in Austin, Houston.
Experts argue that Washington is likely to end up hurting its own policies if it does not intervene and stop its allies in northern Syria from a resource grab.
Starting five days ago, demonstrations against the YPG-dominated US-backed SDF had increased in a string of towns, from Busayrah to Shuhail, in a strategic oil belt in the heart of Arab tribal territory, east of the Euphrates River.
At least 50 people were killed after a shooter opened fire inside two mosques in Christchurch. New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said it was "one of New Zealand's darkest days."
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