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    A glimmer of hope for US military rape victims

    A glimmer of hope for US military rape victims

    rience terrible retaliation from other military personnel. But a bill introduced into the US...

    Syria: Second medical facility hit by strike in one week

    Syria: Second medical facility hit by strike in one week

    econd time this week a medical facility in Syria's second city has been hit, according to...

    Helicopter crashes on Norway coast

    Helicopter crashes on Norway coast

    reports of people in the sea. Rescue officials told local media that the helicopter had been...

    FIFA appoints committee to take over Guinean federation

    FIFA appoints committee to take over Guinean federation

    t it called "internal wrangles" brought all competitions in the West African nation to...

    Fourth Mexican journalist killed this year was known as a government critic

    Fourth Mexican journalist killed this year was known as a government critic

    ro de Taxco newspaper and radio station correspondent for Capital Máxima 97.1 F.M. was...

    Workplace stress ‘a collective challenge’ as work-life boundaries become blurred: Report

    Workplace stress ‘a collective challenge’ as work-life boundaries become blurred: Report

    zation (ILO) today outlined the findings of its latest research on the impact of stress in the...

    A glimmer of hope for US military rape victims
    April 29, Washington: When members of the US military report a sexual assault up their chain of... Full article
    Fourth Mexican journalist killed this year was known as a government critic
    April 29, Mexico City: Francisco Pacheco Beltrán, correspondent for El Sol de Acapulco... Full article
    Workplace stress ‘a collective challenge’ as work-life boundaries become blurred: Report
    April 29, Geneva: Marking World Day for Safety and Health at Work, the United Nations’... Full article
    North Korea: US man Kim Dong-chul jailed for spying
    April 29, Seoul: A US man has been sentenced to 10 years by North Korea for hard labour for spying. Kim Dong-chul, a 62-year-old naturalised US citizen born in South Korea, was arrested last October. Kim had made an apparent confession in Pyongyang last month in front of reporters, saying he was paid by South Korean intelligence officers, according to reports. The US has previously accused North Korea of using its citizens as pawns in a diplomatic game. Pyongyang denies the... Full article
    Bahraini dissidents still face twin threat of statelessness and deportation
    April 29, Damascus: When we read about displaced people in the press, we usually hear about Syrian refugees fleeing IS or the one person per second displaced by natural disasters. We are less likely to be made aware of those who have become stateless through forced displacement. Nationality is something most of us take for granted, but for the 10 million people worldwide who are effectively stateless, the issue is much less trivial. Bahrain, in particular, has intensified the use of... 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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