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Twenty-seven years after South Africa's first democratic elections, the country finds itself reflecting on the catalysts of a week of looting and destruction of property... [Read More]
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Following the Supreme Court's decision to reinstall the House of Representatives and appoint– after a prolonged and nasty legal battle– a new Prime Minister, Sher... [Read More]
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Abundant with diverse coral and fish species, the South-West Pacific reefs play a critical role in the marine ecosystems and economies of Pacific Island Countries... [Read More]
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Rwanda is trying to reduce post-harvest loss by relying on new technologies to increase the amount of food available for consumption and help smallholder farmers... [Read More]
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"The government should open schools, even if it's for an hour, to facilitate some student-teacher interaction. Most teachers feel that students should be encouraged to... [Read More]
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Almost 200 people dead and many others still missing. Billions of euros' worth of damage. Communities devastated. Thousands of homes destroyed and their occupants traumatised.... [Read More]
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Professor Azza Karam is Secretary General, Religions for Peace   UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres believes "our solidarity based on the human rights and human dignity... [Read More]
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Following Prime Minister Imran Khan's comments about the need to promote 'Pakistaniyat,' a debate has been underway on what constitutes this ideology and what unites... [Read More]
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Across the United States, the last few months have brought along many climate-linked disasters. From surging wildfires in Hawaii to record-breaking Pacific Northwest heat waves... [Read More]
The writer is Senior Africa Researcher at the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) [Read More]
One year after Nepal's Ministry of Health (MoH) appealed to international organisations in the country to urgently supply a drug used to stop excessive bleeding... [Read More]
"Vaccine equity is the challenge of our time," Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), told the gathering in opening remarks.  "And... [Read More]
It would seem that those responsible for the recent immigration crisis in Ceuta and Melilla have coordinated their strategy to commemorate the centenary of one... [Read More]
The writer is a Research Analyst at Stimson Center... [Read More]
The third wave of Covid-19 is sweeping through Myanmar, from the high narrow buildings of the commercial capital Yangon to bamboo houses in rural areas.... [Read More]
including diagnostic tests, therapeutic medicines, personal protective equipment …... [Read More]
In June, the Department of Homeland Security made a critical announcement. For the first time in U.S. history, more than 15 national and local agencies... [Read More]
The UK government's decision to reduce its Official Development Assistance (ODA) budget from 0.7% of gross national income (GNI) to 0.5% — a cut of... [Read More]
That a country like El Salvador, poor and with many social needs, would embark on an effort to attract so-called bitcoin mining, which demands a... [Read More]
With Henrietta Fore's decision last week to step down as UNICEF Executive Director, her successor is most likely to be another American since that post... [Read More]
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