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Dozens of migrants feared dead as boat capsize off Libyan coast

Dozens of migrants feared dead as boat capsize off Libyan coast

y of Zuwara, residents and officials say. Two boats reportedly packed with people from Africa...

Libya: 100's of migrants dead after migrant boats capsized

Libya: 100's of migrants dead after migrant boats capsized

city of Zuwara on Friday. The first boat, which signaled for help early on Thursday, had...

S and N Korea agree to defuse tensions

S and N Korea agree to defuse tensions

, local media reported. Both country’s militaries have been on alert after the exchange...

Journalist arrested in Thailand for carrying safety vest

Journalist arrested in Thailand for carrying safety vest

ciation (HKJA) in calling for the immediate release of a dual Hong Kong-Canadian journalist...

Pakistani government mandates guidelines for broadcasters

Pakistani government mandates guidelines for broadcasters

#39;s Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) for on-air news coverage and commentary on...

Morocco legalises fiercely critical Sahrawi rights group

Morocco legalises fiercely critical Sahrawi rights group

l of the government to legally register. This advance for freedom of association in Morocco came...

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Aug.28, Zuwara: Dozens of people are feared dead after two boats carrying up to 500 migrants... Full article
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Aug 28, Tripoli: Scores of people are feared to dead after two boats carrying up to 500 migrants... Full article
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Aug.24, Seol: South and North Korea have agreed a deal to defuse tensions after a series of... Full article
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Aug.27, Sheung Wan: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins its affiliate the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) in calling for the immediate release of a dual Hong Kong-Canadian journalist arrested at Bangkok airport on Sunday, August 23, 2015. The IFJ has also written to the Thai Prime Minister, General Prayuth Chan-o-cha, urging him to withdraw the charges against the journalist. Kwan 'Anthony' Hok-Chun, a photojournalist with Initium Media Technology,... Full article
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Aug.27, Rabat: Moroccan authorities have for the first time allowed a Sahrawi human rights organization fiercely critical of the government to legally register. This advance for freedom of association in Morocco came 10 years after the Western Sahara group applied and nine years after a court ruled that the government had unlawfully impeded the group from registering. Morocco should now end all arbitrary obstacles on the activities of the group, the Sahrawi Association of Victims of Human... Full article