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Gaza Health Sector on Verge of Collapse

UN agencies have sounded the alarm on the rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation in Gaza, pointing to the devastating repercussions of the ongoing fuel sh...   [ continue reading...]

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As Peace Talks Resume, South Sudan Continues Assault on Press Freedom

Jonathan Rozen is Africa Research Associate with the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and has previously worked in South Africa, Mozambique, and Canada wi...   [ continue reading...]

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UN Refugee Agency Calls for Aid and Peace in South Sudan

As South Sudan quickly becomes Africa’s largest refugee and humanitarian crisis, the world must come to its aid, said the UN refugee agency. The UN Refuge...   [ continue reading...]

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China, Once the Final Resting Place for Half the World’s Trash, Bans Waste Products

Shyama V. Ramani is a Professorial Fellow at the Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT), a research and trai...   [ continue reading...]

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A New Home – Resettling Syrian Refugees to Canada

At the end of 2015, the Government of Canada requested the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to support the Prime Minister’s commitment to ad...   [ continue reading...]

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One Migrant’s Brutal Odyssey Through Libya

Thirty-year-old Nazir Mohammed sits on one of the two sofas in his single room in Kwame Danso, a small town about 290 kilometres north of Ghana’s capital...   [ continue reading...]

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Strengthening the Integrity and Transparency of Elections in the Age of Social Media

UNESCO and the Global Network Initiative (GNI)* are co-hosting a symposium that will examine ways to maximize the benefits of digital technology in enhancing th...   [ continue reading...]

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Healthy Nutrition Spreads in El Salvador’s Schools

Eating healthy and nutritious food in schools in El Salvador is an effort that went from a pilot plan to a well-entrenched programme that has now taken off. The...   [ continue reading...]

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Survival of Indigenous Tribes in Bangladesh Starts at School

Just before sundown on Jan. 30, a group of women day labourers from the Shantal indigenous community are in a rush to wind up their work harvesting potatoes in...   [ continue reading...]

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Business Unusual will Drive Africa’s Quest to achieve Health Care for All

Siddharth Chatterjee is the United Nations Resident Coordinator, Kenya. Radhika Shah, is Co-President Stanford Angels & EntrepreneursThe post Business Unus...   [ continue reading...]

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Impact of Climate Change on Karachi May be One of Pakistan’s Biggest Threats

Historically a small fishing village, Karachi has now turned into Pakistan’s biggest commerce and industrial center that generates about half of the count...   [ continue reading...]

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Except for Syria, Middle East Disappeared from U.S. Network News in 2017

Except for the ongoing war in Syria, coverage of the Middle East by the evening news programs of the three big U.S. networks virtually disappeared in 2017, acco...   [ continue reading...]

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UAE pledges US$100 million to Global Partnership for Education

The United Arab Emirates has pledged AED 367 million (US $ 100 million) to the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) for the next three years to improve educat...   [ continue reading...]

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Growing local, international trust in UAE promises greater progress in the domestic economy, says DIEDC Chairman

The growing local and international trust in Dubai, and the wider UAE, promises greater progress in the domestic economy, especially in the Islamic economy doma...   [ continue reading...]

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Bodies Wash Ashore following Boat Capsize off Libyan Coast

An estimated 90-100 migrants are reported to have been on board a boat, when it capsized off the coast of Libya on Thursday evening (01/02). According to IOM Li...   [ continue reading...]

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The Potential of School Meals to Change the Nutrition Landscape in Africa

Daniel Balaban, an economist, is the Director for World Food Programme’s (WFP) Centre of Excellence against HungerThe post The Potential of School Meals t...   [ continue reading...]

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BDS Movement for Palestinian Rights Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Bjørnar Moxnes is a member of the Norwegian ParliamentThe post BDS Movement for Palestinian Rights Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize appeared first on Inte...   [ continue reading...]

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Climate Change is Hurting Children the Most: Here is How to Protect Them

Esther Ngumbi is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Auburn University's College of Agriculture and a Food Security Fellow with Aspen Institute's New Voices...   [ continue reading...]

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Girls Taking up the Gauntlet

Laudable step in the fight against early marriageThe post Girls Taking up the Gauntlet appeared first on Inter Press Service.   [ continue reading...]

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On the Streets

An estimated 44 tonnes of processed heroin is consumed in Pakistan annually, generating some $2 billion in illegal trade, according to a report in the Telegraph...   [ continue reading...]

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