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    US: Trump pledges to recognise Jerusalem as Israeli capital

    US: Trump pledges to recognise Jerusalem as Israeli capital

    undivided" capital if he is elected. Trump met privately with Israeli Prime Minister...

    Colombia's President Santos says peace with Farc will boost growth

    Colombia's President Santos says peace with Farc will boost growth

    onomic growth and will enable the country to rebuild its social fabric. "War is always...

    AIDS pageant in Uganda seeks to stem stigma, discrimination

    AIDS pageant in Uganda seeks to stem stigma, discrimination

    al medicines among strangers or even distant relatives. Because the girl had AIDS, which can...

    Russia 'may have committed war crime' in Syria: Johnson

    Russia 'may have committed war crime' in Syria: Johnson

    as behind an attack on an aid convoy near Aleppo. He told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show that...

    China's colossal radio telescope begins testing

    China's colossal radio telescope begins testing

    ing phase. Chinese scientists report that the giant dish, which measures 500m (1,640ft)...

    Nahed Hattar shot dead ahead of cartoon trial in Jordan

    Nahed Hattar shot dead ahead of cartoon trial in Jordan

    es for sharing a cartoon deemed offensive to Islam, state news agency Petra reported. Hattar...

    Colombia's President Santos says peace with Farc will boost growth
    Sept.26, Manama: Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos says the peace deal with the Farc... Full article
    Security Council adopts resolution on nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament
    Sept.25, Geneva: Reaffirming that proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and their means... Full article
    Police release bodycam footage of Keith Scott shooting
    Sept.25, Charlotte: Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, have released officer bodycam and... Full article
    Journalist 'suspended for her accessories' in China
    Sept.23, Beijing: A TV journalist in China who was photographed wearing sunglasses and holding an umbrella to shelter from the sun has been suspended from her job. The unnamed journalist was photographed while conducting an interview in Xiamen city on efforts to help the city recover from Typhoon Meranti. Her appearance was a stark contrast to the volunteers she was interviewing as they helped clean up after the storm. The images went viral, with many accusing her of being... Full article
    Protecting cultural heritage from combatants promotes human rights and universal values: Ban
    Sept.23, Geneva: Safeguarding cultural property that combatants aim to damage encompasses part of larger endeavours to defend human rights and universal values, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said , calling on the international community to intensify efforts to protect such treasures and end their illicit trafficking. “Combatants that attack cultural treasures want to damage more than artefacts – they aim to tear at the fabric of societies,” the UN chief... Full article
    Is the Political Environment of Bangladesh getting progressively sectorial ?
    Feb 27, Dhaka: The British formed Legislative Assembly in the then India in 1936, the... Full article
    The dawn of a new Statesman: Indian PM Modi visit to Pakistan brings life to drowning relations
    Dec 30, Delhi: With the changing times the world is witnessing the new world order, a new dawn... Full article
    Donald Trump's Islamphobic statements could fuel hate crimes
    Dec 18,  Oslo: One shouldn’t be surprised with the speech of the Republican US... Full article
    Racism in the rhetoric and action of developed nations
    By Prabalta Rijal Mia, was walking down the road, with a file in her hand and tears in her eyes, she had just walked out of her 6th job interview in three months, and this time too, she was rejected, now close to becoming a homeless tram that roams the streets of New York. She rushes to cross the street, forcing herself to accept the one -fact she had never wanted to accept, it wasn’t her college grades or her experience that kept getting her rejected, it was her color. Who says... Full article
    Blood Cotton: Uzbekistan's illegitimate trade
    Has anyone of us ever realized that the clothes we bear, the fabrics we gracefully flaunt in parties, the dresses we desire fully admire to have one of those to outshine our aura, have a fraction of share of blood and cries of those minors and helpless humans who lived under the most repressive regimes in the world, Uzbekistan! As one of the leading exporter of cotton in the world, has become most controversial and deadly producers of our times, who’s every inch of a harvested soil is... Full article

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