Month: January 2019

January 31, 2019

Polish Horses Chasing Kyrgyz Goats

Kok-boru is a rough and rowdy competition in which riders fight to grab a dead goat. It’s a national sport in Kyrgyzstan, and the horses involved are highly prized

Single And Searching? Delly’s Mat...

Today, Delly’s Matchups is not only for her friends on Facebook or in her contact list, it is also for all Africans, especially those who who have been finding it difficult to get a spouse abroad. They do not need to travel home for any arrangements, they may only come for marriage ceremony

Peaceful end of Afghan war may be i...

Each country with a stake in Afghanistan wants peace, starting with Afghanistan itself. Significantly, this includes China.The Chinese are very worried about the spread of militant Islam — so much so that they have accepted real reputational damage in the West opening up massive re-education camps and filling then with their millions-strong Muslim Uighur population

Woman Acquitted of Blasphemy Expect...

A Christian woman who spent eight years on death row in Pakistan on charges of blasphemy, is expected to leave the country after the Supreme Court upheld her acquittal on Tuesday

UNICEF Supports Efforts to End Dete...

At the Tapachula migration station, which holds close to 1,000 men, women and children, Escudero spoke with mothers and young women kept at the station while their asylum claims or deportation orders are processed

Venezuela Oil Sanctions, Amnesty Pr...

The U.S. imposed oil sanctions on Venezuela announced this week are part of a larger strategy to both pressure and entice the country’s military to help oust socialist President Nicolas Maduro

Afghan Commandos Free Dozens From T...

A member of the Afghan Special Operations Corps said civilians and Afghan service members were among those freed from a Taliban prison

January 30, 2019

Myanmar LGBT Pride Out in Force, Bu...

This past weekend, pride week kicked off in full force in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon

Spain Became the Main Route For Ref...

According to a new report by the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), Spain became the main route for refugees and migrants to seek entry to Europe in 2018, and the death toll for people crossing the Western Mediterranean to reach the country has increased four-fold in a year

World’s Worst Air in South Africa...

The 12 large coal mines in this area make it the world’s hotspot for toxic nitrogen dioxide emissions. Residents and health experts say the effects of this are ruining their health and their lives

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