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    Norway to provide NOK 200 million for reforms in Ukraine

    Norway to provide NOK 200 million for reforms in Ukraine

    o;s work to carry out reforms. ‘This support for Ukraine is important for helping to...

     Egypt  takes a step backwards in regards to media freedom: State Secretary Pedersen

    Egypt takes a step backwards in regards to media freedom: State Secretary Pedersen

    pt,’ said State Secretary Bård Glad Pedersen.  On Saturday 29 August, an...

    Sudan: At least 17 members of opposition parties arrested in August 2015

    Sudan: At least 17 members of opposition parties arrested in August 2015

    rties since early August 2015, Human Rights Watch and the African Centre for Justice and Peace...

    Over 850,000 people face acute food insecurity in Somalia: UN

    Over 850,000 people face acute food insecurity in Somalia: UN

    ting famine with the number of people requiring emergency aid rising 17 per cent to more than...

    Rubbish crisis in Lebanon, protesters storm government offices

    Rubbish crisis in Lebanon, protesters storm government offices

    Machnouk from his post. A dozen of protestors occupied the environment ministry over rubbish...

    The oldest Koran could be older than Prophet Muhammad: Studies

    The oldest Koran could be older than Prophet Muhammad: Studies

    uch older than Prophet Muhammad. The findings were revealed after the Koran's carbon...

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    Sept.1, Kartoum: Sudanese security agents have arrested, detained, and interrogated at least 17... Full article
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    Sept.1, Mogadishu: Somalia’s humanitarian situation remains “alarming”... Full article
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    Sept.1, Budapest: As the flow of migrants travelling through Hungary to head to Austria and... Full article
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    Sept.1, Bangkok: Prime Minister of Thailand Prayuth Chan-ocha has announced that a second foreign man has been arrested at a checkpoint on the Cambodian border on suspicion of involvement in last month's bombing in a shrine at Bangkok that killed 20 people. The announcement on Tuesday was the second confirmed arrest in connection with the August 17 blast. The suspect is being flown back to Bangkok from the border by helicopter. Chan-ocha, who also heads the nation's military... Full article
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    Sept.1, Vienna: Hundreds of migrants have arrived in Austrian capital Vienna despite extra checks in the road vehicles entering the country. They travelled through train to the Vienna, and many of them boarded train to Germany. Austrian authorities have stepped up the security to check the smuggling of people after 71 people were found dead on lorry on Thursday. Most the migrants found dead were from Syria. Five people have been detained in connection with the deaths. Austrian... 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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