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Decimating a People

Written by: Madi Sharma – Founder Women’s Eco-Nomic and Social Think Tank Rohingya Refugees Wither in Insecure Conditions as Burma Continues Ethnic Cleansing Campaign Houses and villages set on fire. Vicious beatings and stabbings. Families forcibly separated. Men and boys kidnapped or outright executed in front of their families. Women and girls violently gang raped. […]

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Justifying EU’s Anti-Human Rights Partnerships

Written by: Julia Micevska – Brussels Correspondent As a massively influential global actor, the EU espouses that the promotion of human rights is embedded within its very core—that it is a founding value of the European Union. The EU holds that central values such as human rights must not only be prioritised among its Member […]

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Relive the World War II glory to warm the US Army uniforms to take the retro style

Recruiting soldiers is not easy to add decades of controversial warfare and hardships, making the US Army need a military uniform that can re-encrust the signboard, so they take the retro style, re-launch with 1940 The green uniforms of the same paragraph during the Second World War. The New York Times reported that the US […]

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RZD in talks to build wide-gauge railway from Georgia to Turkey

The railways of Russia, Turkey and Azerbaijan are considering a project to build a second rail line with a gauge of 1520 mm on the Akhalkalaki, Georgia – Kars stretch that would run 76 km through Turkey, as well as a terminal and logistics center in the Turkish city. The companies signed an agreement on […]

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Scientists develop device to detect bacteria in minutes, not days

The era of doctors prescribing patients powerful antibiotics while they wait for lab reports could soon be numbered, with a new device returning results within minutes instead of days. It was invented by a team at Penn State university and described in a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on […]

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African swine fever spreads to the south of Dong Nai province

Vietnam’s African swine fever has recently slowed down, and some infected areas have not been found to have unblocked new cases. However, the veterinary unit in the Dong Nai province in the south recently found African cases of swine fever in two local pig farms, becoming the first province and city in the southern region […]

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Mexican-American singer Lila Downs confronts immigration debate in new album

Long an advocate for rural communities in her native Mexico, singer Lila Downs is now adding inflections of cumbia and electro to her signature brand of folk — and taking on the hot-button issue of immigration. The Grammy-winning Mexican-American’s just-released ninth studio album offers a defiant celebration of diversity while challenging US President Donald Trump’s […]

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Japan search for the fall of the F-35 fighter to find parts such as black boxes

A new F-35 stealth fighter from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force fell on the outer sea of ​​Aomori Prefecture on April 9. Japanese Defense Minister Iwaya said today at a regular press conference that it is already deep in the sea. Find some parts such as the flight recorder (black box) of the fighter. The […]

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Bucks push past Celtics to brink of NBA playoff series win

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 17 of his 39 points in the fourth quarter Monday as the Milwaukee Bucks pushed past the Boston Celtics 113-101 to move one win from advancing in the NBA playoffs. The Bucks’ third straight victory — and their second on the Celtics’ home floor in Boston — put Milwaukee up 3-1 in […]

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The birthday of King Swadiani, Liang Hongsheng, accepts a special issue of Zhuhou

The Swabiani King Enshiwadi III, 51th birthday, the ambassador to the history of the country, Liang Hongsheng, accepted an exclusive interview with the special birthday of the birthday, congratulated the king on his birthday and talked about the relationship between the two countries. The interview was published in the first issue of the special issue, […]