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Ten cases of missing journalists referred to UN

Ten cases of missing journalists referred to UN

, Reporters Without Borders secretary Christophe Deloire has asked them to open or re-open...

Media targeted as violence escalates in Nepal

Media targeted as violence escalates in Nepal

blocked on 19 August 2015 over a story published on the site.The story was written jointly by...

Radio station burned down in Burkina Faso

Radio station burned down in Burkina Faso

ina Faso recently  and calls on authorities to identify and prosecute the...

CPJ condemns conviction, sentence in Egypt's retrial of Al-Jazeera journalists

CPJ condemns conviction, sentence in Egypt's retrial of Al-Jazeera journalists

retrial in Egypt on Friday. A Cairo court sentenced Mohamed Fadel Fahmy, Baher Mohamed, and...

Malaysian Premier calls for unity despite protest

Malaysian Premier calls for unity despite protest

t. PM Najib Razak has instead called for called for national unity. Tens of thousands...

Chinese shares down again, affects Asian market

Chinese shares down again, affects Asian market

nday. It is expected that the shares will slowdown due to fears of unpredictability...

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Aug.31, Geneva: In a letter sent on Friday to the chairs of these two working groups, Ariel... Full article
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Aug.31, Geneva: The number of refugees and migrants crossing the Mediterranean to reach Europe... Full article
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Aug 31, London:The European Union has called emergency meeting on how to tackle the growing... Full article
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Aug.31, Berlin: The European Union is meeting on September 14 to discuss over the escalation of migration crisis. The interior ministers from all 28 member states would hold emergency talks on the crisis that had reached unprecedented proportion of migrant entering the EU. A number of 107,500 migrants reached the EU's borders last month. The issue of migrants being smuggled and death of migrants travelling to EU has become a major concern. The UN said that the rise of migrants was... Full article
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Aug 30, Kathmandu: Kathmandu turned into a colorful affair as Gay right activists took to the streets to parade in Nepal's capital Kathmandu to press their demands for gay rights to be enshrined in the constitution. Nepal had decriminalised homosexuality in 2007, which still remains illegal in many South Asian nations. "Our main demand is that the rights of the sexual minorities should be guaranteed in the new constitution," said a member of the Blue Diamond Society, a gay... 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... Full article

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