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    Exclusive: The Marsh Arabs of Iraq, The Oslo Times interview with Photojournalist Tor Eigeland

    Exclusive: The Marsh Arabs of Iraq, The Oslo Times interview with Photojournalist Tor Eigeland

    Ma’dan people. The journey culminated in a book entitled, When All The Lands Were Sea,...

    UK will accept thousands more Syrian refugees: David Cameron

    UK will accept thousands more Syrian refugees: David Cameron

    n refugees in response to the worsening humanitarian crisis. The UK will accept the extra...

    Norwegian initiative to combat looting of Syria’s cultural heritage

    Norwegian initiative to combat looting of Syria’s cultural heritage

    arch (NIKU) invites to a conference dedicated to combat the looting of Syria’s cultural...

    Study looks at violence against female journalists in Afghanistan

    Study looks at violence against female journalists in Afghanistan

    he beginning of the year and that this has an impact on the media. The contents of the study...

    Talks begin to end violence in Libya: UN

    Talks begin to end violence in Libya: UN

    representative for Libya Bernardino Leon is mediating the latest round of talks. UN has been...

    Reflecting on the right to information in West Africa

    Reflecting on the right to information in West Africa

    ating stronger commitment to transparent governance. A number of countries in the region...

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    Sept.4, London: British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the UK would provide resettlement... Full article
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    Sept.4, Tripoli: Talks have begun in Geneva to end more than a year of violence and political... Full article
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    Sept.4, Beijing: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate the Hong... Full article
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    Sept.4, Beirut: Reporters Without Borders condemns the many cases of violence against journalists by security forces in recent weeks in Beirut during demonstrations in protest against the collapse of garbage collection. In the latest case, reporters covering yesterday's occupation of the environment ministry were forcibly ejected by riot police when force was used to clear the building of protesters, who blame the minister for the crisis. Journalists inside and outside the building... Full article
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    Sept.4, Budapest: Scuffles continue for second day between police and migrants on train in Hungary. On Thursday the migrants were allowed to board the train in Budapest but were forced off at a refugee camp in the west of capital. Migrant crisis has been very alarming in the Europe, EU is meeting to discuss migrant crisis on Friday. Members of the European Commission are also flying to the Greek island of Kos to examine the difficulties caused by the large numbers of refugees and migrants... Full article
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    Has anyone of us ever realized that the clothes we bear, the fabrics we gracefully flaunt in... Full article
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    Thor Halvorssen’s deep engagement in the complicated and often dizzying politics of global... Full article
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    Addressing thousands of foreign guests and veterans, Putin chose to ignore the boycott, thanking... Full article
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    /Stop killing “dissent” in Bangladesh Killing bloggers in Bangladesh is killing change Das, a Bangladeshi secular blogger is the 20th of the writers silenced globally this year, according to the CPJ statistics. – Bangladesh is ranked – 13th globally with at least 16 journalists killed since 1992. Das, meanwhile, was said to be the editor of Jukti—(which literally means “logic” in the local language) a scientific magazine, and also contributed... Full article

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