Thailand - violence turns bloody clipped from www.channelnewsasia.comThailand declares state of emergency in Bangkok
Posted: 02 September 2008 0834 hrs BANGKOK: Thailand's embattled prime minister declared a state of emergency in the capital Tuesday after thousands of his opponents and supporters clashed in the worst street violence here in more than a decade.
One person was killed and dozens were injured, some of them from gunshot wounds, as a week of mass protests calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej spilled over into bloodshed overnight.
Samak had previously said he would not use force to push out the thousands of protesters who have occupied the main government complex since last week, but after the violence said it was now time for them to go. See this clip on clipmarks.com
stop attacks against Indian Christianshttp://www.gfa.org/christians-protest-government-trying-to-take-control-in-orissa clipped from www.gfa.orgChristians Flee to Forests as Mob Violence Escalates in Indian StateMob violence in India's Orissa state continues to escalate, and reports coming from Gospel for Asia leaders in Orissa say that as many as 20 GFA-related churches were destroyed and hundreds of Christian families have been burned out of their homes. At least a dozen members of GFA-related churches have been murdered, but no one knows the overall death toll."The Christians in Orissa have fled for their lives into the forests," GFA President K.P. Yohannan said, "and some have been in hiding for three days without food or water.New Attacks on Christians Spark Riots in Battered Orissa, IndiaSee this clip on clipmarks.com
http://clipmarks.com/clipmark/61EE5690-C376-4C92-B762-69120D70D5C2/ clipped from www.gospel.comThis is a repost of a Gospel For Asia update on the situation in Orissa. Head over to their site find out ways in which to pray for them.Increasing attacks on Gospel for Asia-related work in Orissa have resulted in the deaths of at least six local believers since radical mobs went on a rampage after the murder of a leading anti-Christian activist.Saturday night, Swami Laxamanananda Saraswati, a top leader of the VHP (World Hindu Council), was killed in an attack by 20 men suspected of being Maoist rebels. The Maosts had earlier warned the swami to leave the area. The attack, which included gunfire and a hand grenade, also killed four other people.According to the latest reports, at least six Christians who attended GFA-related churches have been killed.There are even reports of Catholic nuns being gang raped and murdered by the extremists. Some children and their parents have been in hiding, without food or water, since the rioting began on Sunday.deaths reported and attacksSee this clip on clipmarks.com
Textiles company gone bust clipped from www.vol.atPoker um F. M. HämmerleDornbirn - Nach der Übernahme der in Konkurs befindlichen Dornbirner Textilwerke F. M. Hämmerle durch die indische Oswal-Gruppe ist ein neuer Poker um das Unternehmen im Gange. See this clip on clipmarks.com