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August 17, 2019

Scary Teen Stories, a Gold Mine for...

Scary folk tales and urban legends have always captivated people’s imagination, especially those of the young. Now, “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” a collection of short stories for children by author Alvin Schwartz and illustrator Stephen Gammell has been adapted by Oscar-winning producer Guillermo Del Toro and director André Øvredal

Concern Kashmir

The UN has long maintained an institutional presence in the contested area between India and Pakistan. According to the Security Council mandate given in resolution 307 of 1971, the UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) observes and reports on ceasefire violations along and across the Line of Control and the working boundary between the South Asian neighbours in Jammu and Kashmir, as well as reports developments that could lead to ceasefire violations

August 16, 2019

Tibetan Horse-Race Festival Draws L...

Though China in recent years has frequently allowed the holding of Tibetan festivals as a sign of stability and “progress” in Tibetan areas, security forces often monitor and sometimes close down events involving large crowds, fearing spontaneous protests against Chinese rule

Rohingya Refugee Children

UNICEF is supporting the development of youth centres and adolescent clubs in which life skills, psychosocial support, basic literacy and numeracy and vocational skills are provided as part of a comprehensive package. Nearly 70 such facilities were operational by July 2019 but far more are needed

Sudan: While Peace Deal is Signed, ...

Women were an integral part of protests that led to the ouster of Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir and in demonstrations after his downfall. But many leaders now say they feel they have been locked out of political agreements and do not expect to be named to any positions in the regional council

Trump Administration Under Renewed ...

The Trump administration is under renewed fire from environmentalists following its move earlier this week to weaken the Endangered Species Act. At the same time, more than two dozen states and cities as well as a coalition of health and environmental groups are suing the administration over its rollback of the Clean Power Plan, one of President Barack Obama’s signature regulations to reduce the nation’s carbon emissions. White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has more

Afghan Presidential Candidate Pedra...

Presidential candidate Abdul Latif Pedram on Thursday appeared at his first election camping rally in Kabul where he stressed the need for establishing a federal government in the country

Botswana Battles Influx of Zimbabwe...

Botswana is battling an influx of illegal immigrants from Zimbabwe, as the Zimbabwean government struggles to overcome a deep economic crisis. But authorities in Botswana appear to be losing the battle, as those who are deported are soon back in the country

August 15, 2019

Wife of Disappeared Human Rights La...

Two years after the disappearance of a prominent human rights lawyer from his home in the northern Chinese province of Shaanxi, his wife says she still has no idea where he is

Israeli Volunteers Bring Palestinia...

A group of Israeli volunteers recently brought some Palestinian families and their children to the beach, offering a chance for many of the kids to see the ocean for the first time. The trip to the beach was a way of making peace, one child at a time


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