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    British journalists charged being ISIL members

    British journalists charged being ISIL members

    Iraqi fixer Mohamed Ismail Rasool to be a member of the Islamic State of Iraq and...

    Norway to spend an extra 17.5 mn on de-radicalization programs

    Norway to spend an extra 17.5 mn on de-radicalization programs

    to fight terrorism. Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg called for an increased action...

    Saudi Arabia’s King taken ill, crown prince assures cabinet meeting

    Saudi Arabia’s King taken ill, crown prince assures cabinet meeting

    he health of King Abdullah, who was hospitalised last week. The 90-year monarch was suffering...

    Law professor Dershowitz sued in Prince Andrew sex abuse case

    Law professor Dershowitz sued in Prince Andrew sex abuse case

    sex with her when she was a minor have sued Dershowitz for defamation. The lawyers have...

    Dutch royal family owns stolen Nazi loots art: Official report

    Dutch royal family owns stolen Nazi loots art: Official report

    ion of the Netherlands in World War Two, according to a report published in BBC news on...

    Sweden’s Prince Carl marries Reality TV star Sofia Hellqvist

    Sweden’s Prince Carl marries Reality TV star Sofia Hellqvist

    ceremony in the chapel at Stockholm’s Royal Palace on Saturday. .The wedding ceremony...

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    Sept.1, Vienna: Hundreds of migrants have arrived in Austrian capital Vienna despite extra... Full article
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    Aug.31, Vienna: Seventy-one decomposing bodies discovered in a truck on the side of an Austrian... Full article
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    Aug.31, Vienna: Austrian authorities have arrested five suspected people smugglers while... Full article
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    Aug.31, Geneva: In a letter sent on Friday to the chairs of these two working groups, Ariel Dulitzky and Seong-Phil Hong, Reporters Without Borders secretary Christophe Deloire has asked them to open or re-open investigations into these cases and to initiate the relevant procedures with the countries that are breaking international law in this area. The cases cited in the letter include those of nine journalists who have been missing in Iraq since last year, and 11 Eritrean journalists of... Full article
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    Aug.31, Geneva: The number of refugees and migrants crossing the Mediterranean to reach Europe has increased to 300,000 this year, up from 219,000 during the whole of 2014. The United Nations refugee agency said  that some 2,500 refugees and migrants are estimated to have died or gone missing this year while attempting the crossing to Europe – compared to 3,500 who died or went missing in the Mediterranean in 2014. This number, which includes almost 200,000 people landing in... 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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