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December 6, 2018

Paris Riots Show Difficulty of Figh...

Energy costs make up a larger portion of their overall expenses, so a fuel price increase eats up more of their paycheck and leaves them with less to spend

US and China Fight for Supremacy in...

Many experts predict that the emerging 5G wireless technology will revolutionize the world’s economy. They say it holds the key to a smarter, more efficient, more connected and much wealthier world

Report: Freedom of Internet Decline...

Governments around the world are increasing control over use of the internet and social media, according to the latest report by the Freedom House organization

IS Signals Re-Emergence in Parts of...

According to the CSIS report, The Islamic State and the Persistent Threat of Extremism in Iraq, IS attacks against Iraqi government targets increased from 2017 to 2018

Living Conditions of Millions of Ch...

The UNICEF Regional Director said seven million children in Yemen go to sleep hungry every night and some 400,000 face life threatening severe acute malnutrition

December 5, 2018

Uganda’s Young Population Needs J...

With the youngest population in the world, Uganda is one the countries most at risk from crime and instability from youth unemployment

Egyptian Actress Questioned Over Re...

The initial complaint against the 45-year-old Youssef was filed by a group of lawyers with a reputation for moral vigilantism but they said they withdrew their complaint Tuesday

Indonesian Public and Human Rights ...

Indonesian human rights groups decried the arrests made of West Papuan students and pro-independence activists after they staged peaceful rallies across Indonesian cities on Saturday

Struggle Icon Madiba Remembered

In 1994, South Africa held its first democratic elections, in which he was elected the country’s first black and democratically elected president

Farmer Protests Highlight Growing R...

A massive protest by farmers in the Indian capital has turned the spotlight on growing rural distress in the country. Farmers say many have been driven into debt because agriculture is no longer profitable

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