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June 15, 2019

Dominican Republic: Policies Fuel T...

The report, “‘I Felt Like the World Was Falling Down on Me’: Adolescent Girls’ Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Dominican Republic,” documents how authorities have stalled the rollout of a long-awaited sexuality education program, leaving hundreds of thousands of adolescent girls and boys without scientifically accurate information about their health. The country has the highest teen pregnancy rate in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)

Rights Czar Visit to China Continge...

In January, China’s foreign ministry welcomed U.N. officials to visit the region, provided they “abide by Chinese law and comply with relevant procedures,” and “avoid interfering in domestic matters or undermining [China’s] sovereignty”

Indian Immigrants Eye Canada as US ...

For nearly five decades, the United States was the top choice for Indian students and professionals wanting to migrate. But as Washington puts in place more restrictive immigration policies, tens of thousands of young Indians are heading to Canada, which has opened its doors to immigrants to plug shortages of skilled workers

Report: Women Journalists in Nicara...

Since Nicaragua’s political crisis began more than a year and a half ago, more than 300 journalists have reported some type of aggression by state officials. That’s according to a report by Nicaragua’s “Violeta Chamorro Foundation,” which advocates for freedom of expression

June 14, 2019

African News at a Glance

Medical workers leading the Ugandan effort against Ebola struggle with lack of supplies and other stories around the World

Parents of Drowned Uyghur Child Lik...

Though Beijing initially denied the existence of re-education camps, China has tried to change the discussion, describing the facilities as “boarding schools” that provide vocational training for Uyghurs, discourage radicalization and help protect the country from terrorism

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Cyprus Killer Exposes Bias Against ...

For women who report sexual harassment, police said they fully investigate such complaints and move forward with prosecution if a case is established

Number of Zimbabweans Seeking Medic...

Zimbabwe’s Association of Healthcare Funders says the number of people seeking medical help has fallen by 50 percent since last year because of rising costs of medications not covered by insurance. Many Zimbabweans are turning to herbal treatments that health analysts warn are not always helpful. But asColumbus Mavhunga reports from Harare, the government says a solution is on the way

New York City – A New Spot For Wh...

New York City has countless attractions for its many visitors, but now there is a new and very unusual tourist draw – whale watching

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