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Op-Ed News
Canada Loses Legitimacysolution to peace", enumerates the toll exacted by these sanctions on the peopl
Canada Loses Legitimacy
Op-Ed News / Posted an hour ago
solution to peace", enumerates the toll exacted by these sanctions on the people of Syria: "The economic losses of the country at the end of 2014 stood at US$143 8 billion,4 x4Syrian Centre for Policy Research. Alienation and violence: impact... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
UN Champions Efforts to End Fistula in a Generationefforts" funded by nongovernment partners which brings dozens of women with fis
UN Champions Efforts to End Fistula in a Generation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 hours ago
efforts" funded by nongovernment partners which brings dozens of women with fistula to any of the government-owned fistula centres around the country. Only a handful of surgeons dedicate their work to repairing fistulas, and many women go without... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Americans are increasingly addicted to opioids. People in poor countries die in agony without themof the 20th century they were usually reserved for acute pain, after a serious
Americans are increasingly addicted to opioids. People in poor countries die in agony without them
Namibia Economist / Posted yesterday
of the 20th century they were usually reserved for acute pain, after a serious accident or surgery, say, and palliative care, a branch of medicine dedicated to curbing the pain of those with illnesses such as cancer or AIDS. But in the 1980s a... Read more
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chroniclelive
Your charity news in the North East: Coast to coast walk, football match, tea parties and ways to make a differenceand finish outside Blackpool Tower on July 25. "I am doing this walk to draw a
Your charity news in the North East: Coast to coast walk, football match, tea parties and ways to make a difference
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
and finish outside Blackpool Tower on July 25. "I am doing this walk to draw attention to a wonderful Charity, Maggie’s Centres. The charity does amazing work in supporting those affected by cancer and their families. "The walk is in aid of a... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Land restitution just the beginning for BLF movement(BLF) movement was formally launched. The May 14 conference was attended by mor
Land restitution just the beginning for BLF movement
Mail & Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
(BLF) movement was formally launched. The May 14 conference was attended by more than a thousand delegates from across the country under the theme “Black Agenda for Black Liberation”. The meeting was addressed by a range of speakers including... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why 70 is now the new 50end of this decade, equating to two large facilities being built each week. Th
Why 70 is now the new 50
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
end of this decade, equating to two large facilities being built each week. The number of workers needed to deliver aged care services is expected to triple over the next few decades meaning one in 20 will be working in aged care by 2050.Virginia... Read more
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The Star
Still no place like home for Syrian refugeesABOUT four years ago, Ahmad Hassan Makur made a very difficult but important de
Still no place like home for Syrian refugees
The Star / Posted 3 days ago
ABOUT four years ago, Ahmad Hassan Makur made a very difficult but important decision in his life. Together with his pregnant wife Khadijah Hassad and 10-year-old son, they decided to flee conflict-ridden Syria, leaving behind their oldest son and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Mutharika's SONA SpeechSpeaker, Sir, the title of my Address today is: Towards Recovery and Sustainabl
President Mutharika's SONA Speech
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Speaker, Sir, the title of my Address today is: Towards Recovery and Sustainable Socio-economic Development. This country knows well that we have faced challenges for the past two years. But we cannot keep bemoaning our challenges. The... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Banana raffles and dog wool: the ingenuity of a wartime women’s armyof Britain. The everyday struggles of the forgotten “hidden army” of female vol
Banana raffles and dog wool: the ingenuity of a wartime women’s army
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
of Britain. The everyday struggles of the forgotten “hidden army” of female volunteers during the second world war, all carefully detailed in quadruplicate monthly reports, have been stored away in dusty boxes for more than 60 years. Now the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Oscar winner Eva Orner on why she made a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on why she made a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
WFP e food voucher a life saverPitarakis, AP) Gaziantep - It's only a small piece of plastic, but for Syrian
WFP e food voucher a life saver
News 24 South Africa / Posted 4 days ago
Pitarakis, AP) Gaziantep - It's only a small piece of plastic, but for Syrian refugee Huda al-Ali it is nothing short of a life-saver: the difference between putting food on the table or having her children go hungry. She is one of thousands of... Read more
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International Business Times
Migrant crisis: Greek judges panel deems Turkey unsafe for refugees that the ruling pertained to whether the individual's case could be heard in Gr
Migrant crisis: Greek judges panel deems Turkey unsafe for refugees
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
that the ruling pertained to whether the individual's case could be heard in Greece as the judges committees in detention centres on islands were only authorised to decide on whether their claims could be heard in Greece, and not on any asylum... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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Raw Story
How the ‘war on drugs’ only boosts strongmen like the Philippine ‘Punisher’ and Trumpcriminals killed by the Davao Death Squads—the vigilante group he once tasked w
How the ‘war on drugs’ only boosts strongmen like the Philippine ‘Punisher’ and Trump
Raw Story / Posted 4 days ago
criminals killed by the Davao Death Squads—the vigilante group he once tasked with cleaning up the streets of one of the country’s most dangerous cities. Duterte, known in some circles as “Duterte Harry” or “the Punisher,” won his country’s... Read more
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BBC News
Greek judges tell Syrian refugee Turkey is unsafewas not currently protecting migrants and refugees to the standards of the Refu
Greek judges tell Syrian refugee Turkey is unsafe
BBC News / Posted 4 days ago
was not currently protecting migrants and refugees to the standards of the Refugee Convention. "Until it becomes a safe country nobody should be returned there," he said. Migrants in Turkey could not expect access to the rights to work, medical... Read more
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The Age
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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birminghammail
News, weather and travel for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 20head injury in the collision. The ambulance crews and the doctor worked to stab
News, weather and travel for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 20
birminghammail / Posted 5 days ago
head injury in the collision. The ambulance crews and the doctor worked to stabilise her condition by administering trauma care at the roadside. “Once immobilised and stable, the woman was taken by land ambulance on blue lights to Queen Elizabeth... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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The Courier
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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The Young Witness
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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birminghammail
News, weather and travel for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 20in Netherton - Footage has emerged of the inside of a house which was turned in
News, weather and travel for Birmingham and the West Midlands on May 20
birminghammail / Posted 5 days ago
in Netherton - Footage has emerged of the inside of a house which was turned into a thriving cannabis farm in the Black Country. Watch video here Crackdown on biker thugs - Police carried out a massive crackdown on anti-social biker thugs in... Read more
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Western Advocate
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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Manning River Times
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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The North West Star
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationallyhot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage i
Oscar winner Eva Orner on making a film to 'shame' Australia internationally
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
hot spots with a camera, co-ordinating whistleblowers to shoot secret footage inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres. Now Orner is spending six weeks travelling the country – launching the incendiary documentary Chasing Asylum and a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Charlize Theron and Sean Penn keep their distance at photocallto celebrate her leading role as Imperator Furiosa in the action epic. They wer
Charlize Theron and Sean Penn keep their distance at photocall
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
to celebrate her leading role as Imperator Furiosa in the action epic. They were pictured two days later in Vienna at the Life Ball but that was to be their last joint appearance. The couple began dating in December 2013 after being friends for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
40 Percent of Nigerian Youths Engage in Substance AbuseThe consequences of uncontrolled use of alcohol and drug abuse have significant
40 Percent of Nigerian Youths Engage in Substance Abuse
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
The consequences of uncontrolled use of alcohol and drug abuse have significantly placed a burden on Nigeria's healthcare sector. The former Director General, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Mr. Otunba Ipinmisho, in this interview with Kasim... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
One Young Person With an Idea Can Impact Lives of Hundreds, Says DOT Founder Janet LongmoreThrough DOT-Rwanda, more than 300 young leaders of change have impacted nearly
One Young Person With an Idea Can Impact Lives of Hundreds, Says DOT Founder Janet Longmore
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Through DOT-Rwanda, more than 300 young leaders of change have impacted nearly 40,000 community members across the country. DOT-Rwanda has partnerships with Ministry of Youth and ICT, and we work through Yego centres throughout the... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
South Africa, show up Europe’s dirty anti-refugee dealfrom. We’ve reset bones broken by police, treated children shot in the head by
South Africa, show up Europe’s dirty anti-refugee deal
Mail & Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
from. We’ve reset bones broken by police, treated children shot in the head by rubber bullets, and scooped up countless lifejackets from the sea that bear no life at all. We watched with increasing alarm as the European Union and Turkey signed... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Music for improved healthin pain, reduced anxiety during clinical procedures, and increases in positive
Music for improved health
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
in pain, reduced anxiety during clinical procedures, and increases in positive mood. It has even been used in intensive care to reduce the period of time that patients have been artificially ventilated. Music listening can also be used in health... Read more
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The Indian Express
Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet studythe current status of mental health and mental health services in the two count
Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study
The Indian Express / Posted 6 days ago
the current status of mental health and mental health services in the two countries. In 2013, 36 million years of healthy life were lost to mental illness in China, and 31 million in India. Estimates now suggest that by 2025, 39.6 million years of... Read more
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Bolton News
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'Government does not seem to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
Bolton News / Posted 7 days ago
Government does not seem to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Beneficiaries' Testimonials of the Health Service (In the Course of Two Decades and Half Yearshealth service is now being provided free of charge. When compared to bygone da
Beneficiaries' Testimonials of the Health Service (In the Course of Two Decades and Half Years
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
health service is now being provided free of charge. When compared to bygone days, numerous pregnant woman come to health centres pursuant of the centre's services. SNNPs, Hawela Health Station Head, Gebre Senbaba said that mothers take medical... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Speaker Baleka Mbete - Commemoration Lecture On Charlotte Manye-MaxekeAfrica to hold a graduate degree. This great leader was not content to rest wit
Speaker Baleka Mbete - Commemoration Lecture On Charlotte Manye-Maxeke
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Africa to hold a graduate degree. This great leader was not content to rest within the relative comfort of an academic career. She knew that her education had to be used in service to her people, who deserved nothing less than genuine freedom,... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Roche, MoH signs MoU on breast cancer and hepatitisHealth News of Tuesday, 17 May 2016 Roche and Government, have signed a memora
Roche, MoH signs MoU on breast cancer and hepatitis
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 7 days ago
Health News of Tuesday, 17 May 2016 Roche and Government, have signed a memorandum of understanding to improve access to care for breast cancer and hepatitis patients. The agreement which was signed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on behalf of the... Read more
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Torontoist
How Toronto's Papers Covered The Candice Rochelle Bobb Shooting, and the Raptors Making the Semifinalswho was shot to death in a car while 20 weeks pregnant, with her premature baby
How Toronto's Papers Covered The Candice Rochelle Bobb Shooting, and the Raptors Making the Semifinals
Torontoist / Posted 8 days ago
who was shot to death in a car while 20 weeks pregnant, with her premature baby delivered via C-section and now clinging to life at Sunnybrook Hospital. Most of the city’s papers are covering this tragedy today, as the city braces itself for a... Read more
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New Kerala
One hundred babies born every day in areas worst hit by Ecuador quake - UNICEF - newkerala.com #64543survive and thrive, said Grant Leaity, UNICEF Representative in Ecuador, in a p
One hundred babies born every day in areas worst hit by Ecuador quake - UNICEF - newkerala.com #64543
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
survive and thrive, said Grant Leaity, UNICEF Representative in Ecuador, in a press release. The earthquake, which hit the country on 16 April, killed 660 people, destroyed water systems and affected 33 health centres half of which are not... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Next Five Years - Censorship, Stagnationrelations. In the early years from 1986 to 1989, the NRM government faced much
The Next Five Years - Censorship, Stagnation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
relations. In the early years from 1986 to 1989, the NRM government faced much resistance from several armed groups in the country but was able to quell these uprisings while managing to present the picture of a country returning to normal. Since... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Who Will Address the Plight of Nurses?such as Kabgayi District Hospital also got to know of her case. Fortunately, Jo
Who Will Address the Plight of Nurses?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
such as Kabgayi District Hospital also got to know of her case. Fortunately, Jovia did not contract HIV/AIDS, but her life now survives on continuous assistance. In fact, the poor eyesight almost landed her in an accident when she tried to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
WEF Outcomes to Help Tackle Brain-Drain in Health Sectorthat health is one of the urgent needs for African people. There is high and pr
WEF Outcomes to Help Tackle Brain-Drain in Health Sector
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
that health is one of the urgent needs for African people. There is high and profound correlation between the economy and life expectancy. There has been marked and progressive developments in many countries; Rwanda is a profound example of a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sex Slaveryand was being physically abused. She had begged him to help her. DEANNA PAPO,
Sex Slavery
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
and was being physically abused. She had begged him to help her. DEANNA PAPO, MOTHER: I know now she was in fear of her life and she had her passport taken by some dangerous men. My son had gone to the- She'd spoken to him through the day - I... Read more
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CBC.ca
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipientshormones in regulating glucose and insulin levels, and demonstrated how these h
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipients
CBC.ca / Posted 12 days ago
hormones in regulating glucose and insulin levels, and demonstrated how these hormones can be used to improve patient care. His research has enabled the development of three medicinal therapies now used by millions of people around the world... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lagos to Establish Mobile Cancer Centrefor treatment of people who require such treatment, just as he expressed absolu
Lagos to Establish Mobile Cancer Centre
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
for treatment of people who require such treatment, just as he expressed absolute commitment to providing efficient health care service delivery to all residents of the State. Governor Ambode, who said the major driving philosophy of his... Read more
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dna
Building brand visibility is crucial part of our strategy, says Gunjan Srivastava of Bosch and Siemensappliances. The company operates in five key categories -- home appliances with
Building brand visibility is crucial part of our strategy, says Gunjan Srivastava of Bosch and Siemens
dna / Posted 12 days ago
appliances. The company operates in five key categories -- home appliances with cooling products, washing, cooking, dish care and consumer products or small appliances. The company was created as a joint venture between Bosch and Siemens almost... Read more
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The Star
Extremists pay heavy price for conspiring to carry out bomb attacksfathers of two minors. Izwan’s lawyer Faizal Rahman said his client, a trader,
Extremists pay heavy price for conspiring to carry out bomb attacks
The Star / Posted 12 days ago
fathers of two minors. Izwan’s lawyer Faizal Rahman said his client, a trader, was the eldest of 11 children and had to care for his parents. End of the line: (Left) Family members of the four men arriving at the High Court in Kuala Lumpur. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Election 2016: Edgy leaders survive a messy first weekfirst week Nothing really positive broke through in the first week, though bot
Election 2016: Edgy leaders survive a messy first week
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
first week Nothing really positive broke through in the first week, though both major parties will learn from the real life experience of having sensible strategies blown off course by events beyond their control. Barrie Cassidy writes. What a... Read more
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