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Al-Ahram Weekly
A motherly generalwide world of music, we follow programmes and orchestras, applaud musicians and
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 9 days ago
wide world of music, we follow programmes and orchestras, applaud musicians and conductors. But beyond the artists and the halls, beyond the obvious final product, there are people who facilitate the magic. Yet the limelight never falls on them, and... Read more
16d
Hindustantimes.com
Poverty drives child soldiers into Afghanistan’s endless warThe rescue this summer of dozens of Afghan youths destined to be trained as Tal
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 16 days ago
The rescue this summer of dozens of Afghan youths destined to be trained as Taliban fighters has spotlighted how entrenched poverty is fuelling a renewable supply of child soldiers to endlessly replenish the insurgents’ ranks. Afghan forces freed... Read more
20d
The Courier
Loved ones still missing four years after Rabaa massacreAmnesty International estimates that at least 1700 people have disappeared in E
The Courier / Posted 20 days ago
Amnesty International estimates that at least 1700 people have disappeared in Egypt, with hundreds ending up in secret detention facilities or executed. "When I pass by [Rabaa Square] I feel hurt in my heart like this is where someone's spirit left... Read more
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20d
Canberra Times
Mystery still surrounds the disappeared of Rabaa Squareheart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved the
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
heart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved their friend, or a mother lost her son," Sara Ali, now 26, tells Fairfax Media. Sara Ali keeps pictures of her missing father on her tablet. She's been searching for him... Read more
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20d
WA Today
'If he was killed where is his corpse? I have been looking for four years straight.'heart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved the
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
heart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved their friend, or a mother lost her son," Sara Ali, now 26, tells Fairfax Media. Sara Ali keeps pictures of her missing father on her tablet. She's been searching for him... Read more
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20d
The Age
Mystery still surrounds the disappeared of Rabaa Squareheart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved the
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
heart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved their friend, or a mother lost her son," Sara Ali, now 26, tells Fairfax Media. Sara Ali keeps pictures of her missing father on her tablet. She's been searching for him... Read more
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20d
Sydney Morning Herald
Mystery still surrounds the disappeared of Rabaa Squareheart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
heart like this is where someone's spirit left their body, or someone saved their friend, or a mother lost her son," Sara Ali, now 26, tells Fairfax Media. Sara Ali keeps pictures of her missing father on her tablet. She's been searching for him... Read more
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22d
Gulf News
Egypt promotes birth control to fight rapid population growthbirth control because of a belief that it is unlawful under Islam to aim to con
Gulf News / Posted 22 days ago
birth control because of a belief that it is unlawful under Islam to aim to conceive a specific number of children.Egypt’s Al Azhar university, a 1,000-year-old seat of Islamic learning, endorsed the ministry’s plan and said family planning is not... Read more
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22d
Minda News
MARGINALIA: Taqrib, not takfir: The way to rediscover(A modified version of a reaction to the presentation “Intra-Religious Dialogue
Minda News / Posted 22 days ago
(A modified version of a reaction to the presentation “Intra-Religious Dialogue: How a Faith Tradition Can Rediscover Its Unity” by Felix Körner, SJ, PhD, Pakighinabi Conversation Series, Ateneo de Davao University, Davao City, Philippines, August... Read more
23d
Eye Witness News
Egypt promotes birth control to fight rapid population growth The country is already the most populous in the Arab world with 93 million ci
Eye Witness News / Posted 23 days ago
The country is already the most populous in the Arab world with 93 million citizens and is set to grow to 128 million by 2030. FILE: Egyptian flag. Picture: Facebook. CAIRO - Egypt is... Read more
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23d
Bdnews24.com
Egypt promotes birth control to fight rapid population growthThe country is already the most populous in the Arab world with 93 million citi
Bdnews24.com / Posted 23 days ago
The country is already the most populous in the Arab world with 93 million citizens and is set to grow to 128 million by 2030 if fertility rates of 4.0 births per thousand women continue, according to government figures. In 2016, Egypt saw the birth... Read more
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23d
The Star
Egypt promotes birth control to fight rapid population growthCAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt is pushing to educate people in rural areas on birth co
The Star / Posted 23 days ago
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt is pushing to educate people in rural areas on birth control and family planning in a bid to slow a population growth rate that President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said poses a threat to national development. The country is... Read more
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