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    Syria Russia denies air strikes in Idlib city

    Syria Russia denies air strikes in Idlib city

    f Idlib, which killed at least 50 people. Igor Konashenkov, a Russian Defence Ministry...

    Iraq: Thousands of desperate civilians on the run as battle for Fallujah continues

    Iraq: Thousands of desperate civilians on the run as battle for Fallujah continues

    raqi forces to retake the besieged city from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant...

    World's longest rail tunnel to open in Switzerland

    World's longest rail tunnel to open in Switzerland

    o decades of construction work. The 57km (35-mile) twin-bore Gotthard tunnel will provide a...

    Why Telegram's security flaws may put Iran's journalists at risk

    Why Telegram's security flaws may put Iran's journalists at risk

    ews and mainstream social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, use it to share and access...

    No need to cancel or postpone Olympics due to Zika: UN

    No need to cancel or postpone Olympics due to Zika: UN

    s circulating in almost 60 countries globally and 39 countries in the Americas, there is no...

    Baharin: Prominent rights activists released from proson

    Baharin: Prominent rights activists released from proson

    ter two and a half months behind bars. The activist's sister, Maryam al-Khawaja,...

    Iraq: Thousands of desperate civilians on the run as battle for Fallujah continues
    June 1, Fallujah : Nearly 3,700 people, or 624 families, have fled Fallujah over the past week... Full article
    Hamas authorities execute three as death penalty resumes
    May 31, Jerusalem: Three people convicted of murder have been executed in the Gaza Strip,... Full article
    At least 23 died in overnight Syria airstrikes: Activists
    May 31, Beirut: At least 23 people have been killed from the late night airstrikes on the... Full article
    Hundreds Deported to Likely Abuse in Sudan
    May 31, Nairobi: The Sudanese authorities deported at least 442 Eritreans, including six registered refugees, to Eritrea in May 2016. Sudan denied the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) access to identify those who wanted to claim asylum and also denied the agency access to 64 Ethiopians still in detention who risk deportation. Eritrea, ruled by an extremely repressive government, requires all citizens under 50 to serve in national or military service indefinitely,... Full article
    Algerian Prime Minister calls for 'clean up' of the broadcasting sector
    May 31, NY: Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is concerned about Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal's announcement on 23 May that he has asked communication minister Hamid Grine to “clean up” the broadcasting sector, in which more than 50 privately-owned TV channels are operating without permission. RSF calls on the government to quickly set up the independent broadcasting regulatory authority envisaged under the 2012 Information Code instead of giving itself a blank... 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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