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Child labour has increased worldwide for the first time in 20 years

Today, June 12, is International Day Against Child Labor, and the UN warns that the coronavirus crisis threatens to push…

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Africa

Europe starts to get rid of migrants: they will end up in Africa

Denmark became the first European country to abolish residence permits for Syrian refugees, insisting that parts of the country can…

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Columns

In the language of rockets: why Israel and Palestinians cannot reconcile

The Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr has been marked by Palestinians in a state of acute armed conflict with their…

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Global

Over 1000 missiles fired at Israel: UN envoy fears widespread war

Tensions between the Israelis and the Palestinians ran high again last night. Hundreds of rockets were fired at Israel from…

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Africa

More than 5 million Nigerians are in need of food aid

Today, the United Nations is asking one billion dollars to face the humanitarian crisis in northeastern Nigeria. After twelve years…

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Global

Khalid ben Omar Batarfi, Al-Qaeda leader arrested in Arabian Peninsula

Khalid ben Omar Batarfi, the leader of Al-Qaeda Arabian Peninsula (AQAS), was arrested in eastern Yemen last October.

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Africa

Why US recognizes Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara

Donald Trump announced recognition of Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara. He noted that “Morocco recognized the United States in 1777”.

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Global

China hits US hard in UN: “Washington spreads political virus and disinformation”

In a session of the UN Security Council, China lashed out hard at the United States. “Enough is enough, you…

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Africa

UN “utterly horrified” by murder of 5 aid workers in Nigeria

The United Nations says it is “utterly horrified” at the murder of five aid workers by unprecedented armed groups in…

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Columns

World is in major migration clash (60% of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria want to settle abroad)

The world is in a major migration clash, a bitter struggle between those who “want to” leave their country and…

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Africa

African countries want the UN to investigate US “systemic racism”

Some 50 African states are campaigning at the UN Human Rights Council to investigate “systemic racism” and police brutality in…

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Global

UN expects world trade to decline by 27 percent

The value of global trade was expected to fall 26.9 percent in the second quarter compared to the first three…

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