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Sierra Leone’s 365 Ebola deaths traced back to one healer

Sierra Leone’s 365 Ebola deaths traced back to one healer

Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – ...

World Humanitarian Day: UN honours sacrifices, celebrates spirit of aid workers

World Humanitarian Day: UN honours sacrifices, celebrates spirit of aid wor...

19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying tribute to ...

West Africa: Operation Barkhane – a Show of Force and Political Games in the Sahel-Sahara

West Africa: Operation Barkhane – a Show of Force and Political Games...

On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended to hunt ...

South Sudan: Who’s Keeping the War Going?

South Sudan: Who’s Keeping the War Going?

President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With as many ...

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‘Spare the lives of the remaining hostages. Like Jim they are innocents’: Brave mother of beheaded American journalist calls on ISIS to cease killing as she pays tribute to ... Full article
Human Rights
Iran’s judiciary claims it has no political prisoners. Human Rights Watch set out to prove them wrong. Researcher Faraz Sanei speaks with Amy Braunschweiger his new report, who Iran is ... Full article
One young man’s life cut short – another’s changed forever: Haunting video shows shattered cop Darren Wilson standing over body of Michael Brown, the youth he’d just shot six ...
Investigate Beatings of Migrants at Enclave’s Border African immigrants sit at the top the border fence, as Spanish Civil Guard officers climb to reach them, during an attempt to ...
Malian refugees, carrying their belongings, approach UNHCR vehicles that will carry them to a camp in Burkina Faso. This was one of the major population displacements of the year. ...
The 46-page report is based on interviews with more than 30 people affected by the non-admission policy. Human Rights Watch also documented Jordan’s withdrawal of Jordanian citizenship from some ...
Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – “Ebola, go away” as they march to raise awareness on the Ebola ... Full article
19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying tribute to aid workers who carry out life-saving activities around the World, often in ...
On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended to hunt down terrorist groups in Sahel countries and prevent them from re-forming. This ...
President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With as many as 1.5 million people displaced by conflict and a worsening humanitarian situation, ...
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Glenn Grothman is a fiery conservative who wants to slash welfare programs and crack down on illegal immigrants who he says will “destroy” America. And if U.S. House Speaker ...
A US official on Tuesday snapped back at Egypt after criticism from Cairo over possible human rights violations in the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. “We here in the ...
A senior doctor who treated Nigeria‘s first Ebola patient has died, taking the death toll in Africa‘s most populous country to five, health minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said on Tuesday. ...
Education
A failure to promote ‘British values’ in a muscular way is allowing extremism to grow in the UK, David Cameron has said. The prime minister revealed plans to teach all school ... Full article
Labour is calling for cross-party talks on how religious education is conducted and monitored in the state sector as a special poll for theObserver shows widespread concerns about the use of ...
Thailand‘s king has endorsed the army chief who seized power in a coup last week, amid widespread international criticism and increasing detention of those considered to be opposed to ...
Academics and writers have reacted angrily to plans to drop classic American novels including To Kill a Mockingbird and Of Mice and Men from the GCSE curriculum as a ...
Campaigners are seeking permission for a judicial review of the government’s crackdown on parents taking their children out of school during term time. The decision by the Department for ...
The people of Glasgow and the wider arts community can breathe easy again: the city’s celebrated and revered Charles Rennie Mackintosh building, home of the Glasgow School of Art, has been saved. ...
Hon. Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin, Foreign Minister of South Sudan (top right), Bol Wek Agoth, Ambassador of The Republic of South Sudan in Norway (bottom right), Hatef Mokhtar, Editor ...
The power to take children away from their families could be privatised along with other child protection services under controversial plans the government has quietly announced. The proposal from Michael Gove‘s Department for Education ...
Culture
‘Constantinople’ by Edmondo De Amicis, translated by Stephan Parkin This volume of travel notes by 19th century Italian bon vivant Edmondo De Amicis ticks all the right boxes for ... Full article
An inspirational new book, Gardens of Marrakech, explores their cultural context and engages with the issues threatening their survival. Angelica Gray, a garden designer who grew up in the ...
  Men seek refuge at a police station after forced circumcision (file photo)   POLICE are guarding Turkana, Teso and Luo communities at Moi’s Bridge on the border of ...
FKA twigs: experimenting with intelligent sexuality. Photograph: Dominick Sheldon Kylie Minogue’s one-time backup dancer is stepping into the limelight with the powerfully sexual sound of debut album LP1 and ...
Set the scene … Dokufest takes place in the medieval town of Prizren. Photograph: Samir Karahoda Kosovo is known more for conflict than culture, but at a film festival ...
Railway and train station construction site in Angola, part of an agreement in which China helps build infrastructure in exchange for oil: With trade between Africa and China reaching ...
‘A winter child’ … detail from Luis Royo’s cover art for The Ice Dragon Game of Thrones author, best known for the bloody adult saga, reissues The Ice Dragon ...
Open for vital business … Don Cheadle as Paul Rusesabagina in Hotel Rwanda. Photograph: Entertainment Film Distributors Making measured judgments on traumatic events is a difficult task, and this ...
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‘Spare the lives of the remaining hostages. Like Jim they are innocents’: Brave mother of beheaded American journalist calls on ISIS ... Full article
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One young man’s life cut short – another’s changed forever: Haunting video shows shattered cop ...
Investigate Beatings of Migrants at Enclave’s Border African immigrants sit at the top the border ...
Asia News
Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – “Ebola, go away” as they march to raise awareness on the Ebola ... Full article
19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying tribute to aid workers who carry out life-saving activities around the World, often in ...
On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended to hunt down terrorist groups in Sahel countries and prevent them from re-forming. This ...
President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With as many as 1.5 million people displaced by conflict and a worsening humanitarian situation, ...
Africa News
Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – “Ebola, go away” as ... Full article
19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying ...
On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended ...
President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With ...
Europe News
Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – “Ebola, go away” as they march to raise awareness on the Ebola virus, ... Full article
19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying tribute to aid workers who carry out life-saving activities ...
On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended to hunt down terrorist groups in Sahel countries and ...
President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With as many as 1.5 million people displaced by conflict ...
Middle-East News
Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – “Ebola, go away” as they march to ... Full article
19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying tribute to aid workers who carry out life-saving activities ...
On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended to hunt down terrorist groups in Sahel countries and ...
President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With as many as 1.5 million people displaced by conflict ...
 Americas News
Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – “Ebola, go away” as ... Full article
19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying ...
On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended ...
President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With ...
 Australia News
Members of the Ivorian artist group ‘Be Kok Spirit’ hold a placard reading – in French – “Ebola, go away” as they march to raise awareness on the Ebola ... Full article
19 August 2014 – The United Nations is marking World Humanitarian Day today by paying tribute to aid workers who carry out life-saving activities around the World, often in ...
On 15 July 2014, French President François Hollande launched Operation Barkhane; a counter-terrorism force intended to hunt down terrorist groups in Sahel countries and prevent them from re-forming. This ...
President Salva Kiir addressing the South Sudanese community in Washington, DC Washington, DC — With as many as 1.5 million people displaced by conflict and a worsening humanitarian situation, ...
Royal News
A Spanish court has ordered blocks on six file-sharing sites to be lifted. All six sites were blocked in May after being accused of infringing copyright by the Spanish ... Full article
The Duke of Cambridge says of the loss of Princess Diana: ‘You dust yourself off and carry on.’ The Duke of Cambridge has described having his own family as ...
Spain‘s new King Felipe VI, his wife Queen Letizia, Princess Sofia and Princess Leonor attend the swearing-in ceremony at the Congress of Deputies in Madrid,  REUTERS Photo Spain‘s new ...
The row that refuses to die descended into playground idiom when a Kremlin-funded news channel hit back on Friday at Prince Charles‘s alleged likening of Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler. The pro-Russia broadcaster ...
Politics
Pakistan‘s ‘revolution march’ (CNN) – Thousands of anti-government supporters led by two of Pakistan‘s most influential figures have joined a march to ... Full article
Putin said that Russia should not “fence itself off from the outside World” despite a ...
While Congress is on recess and President Obama vacations in Martha’s Vineyard, a coalition of ...
Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region has cut ties with the central government after it learned of ...
Business News
South Sudan’s oil minister, Stephen Dhieu Dau, speaks during a press conference in the capital, Juba, on 23 July 2013 (Photo: Larco Lomayat July 28, 2014 (JUBA) – The ... Full article
George Clooney: the face of Nespresso It’s the coffee brand that has made its little aluminium pods synonymous with both George Clooney and Matt Damon. But perhaps Nespresso’s most ...
Allegations about the way Royal Bank of Scotland treats its small businesses have resurfaced after senior executives from the bailed-out bank were accused of being “wilfully obtuse” when giving evidence to ...
France’s economy minister Arnaud Montebourg said that neither the GE bid, nor a joint Siemens-Mitsubishi Heavy Industries offer, met the government’s demands. But the government had chosen to work ...
Environment News
For its size, spider silk is stronger than steel, yet it is extraordinarily lightweight and stretchy. Now scientists are learning how ... Full article
The Great Barrier Reef stretches for more than 2,600km (1,680 miles) along Australia‘s eastern coast. ...
Japanese macaque perched on a tree. Photograph: Renee Lynn/Corbis Wild monkeys in the Fukushima region ...
Dolls representing the oil exploitation in the Yasuni national park are paraded in Quito. Photograph: ...
Fashion News
Kim Kardashian’s ‘designer booty’ is just a bottom. Photograph: Catchlight Media/REX Fashion magazines are obsessed with Kim Kardashian‘s bum, but no one would describe a pair of boobs in the same ... Full article
PARIS (AP) — Just a few years ago it was on the brink of extinction. Now, haute couture — the 150-year-old Parisian tradition of making unique, astronomically-priced handmade gowns ...
We’re calling it now: Angelina Jolie’s fierce face in “Maleficent” is going to be The Beauty Look of the year. But how do you get those plump blood red ...
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Editorial News
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    As a responsible journalist when I look around and see my fellow media personnel with a biased and scrummed social point hood, which made me realized the ...
‘The dramatic escalation of the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians is having completely unacceptable consequences for civilians. In my talks with Foreign Minister Lieberman and President Abbas, ...
WASHINGTON — When President Obama placed a call to Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany last Thursday, he had a busy agenda: to consult with a close ally and to mobilize wavering Europeans to put more ...
Life Style
A senior doctor who treated Nigeria‘s first Ebola patient has died, taking the death toll in Africa‘s most populous country to ... Full article
Negotiators worked late into the evening Tuesday in an effort to convince two men barricaded ...
Photographer: Carl de Souza/AFP via Getty Images The worst-ever Ebola outbreak is straining the finances ...
Hawa Idrisa was visiting her father-in-law on an Ebola ward in eastern Sierra Leone when ...
News & Reviews
‘Spare the lives of the remaining hostages. Like Jim they are innocents’: Brave mother of beheaded American journalist calls on ISIS ... Full article
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