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Caribbean and Latin America deadliest region in world for journalists

It has been a deadly decade for journalists across the world, however last year there was a glimmer of hope ...

Rockets fired into Baghdad's Green Zone

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Two rockets have landed near the U.S. embassy in Baghdad located in the heavily fortified Green Zone, ...

Taking a look at the politicisation of antisemitism

LONDON, UK In 2004 Greg Philo and Mike Berry authored Bad News from Israel, a ground-breaking work for the Glasgow ...

Grandson of JFK urges Republicans to break ranks with Trump

NEW YORK, New York - President John F. Kennedy's only grandson has called on Republican Senators to hear from witnesses ...

Trump trial arguments get airing on Sunday talk shows

WASHINGTON - Key players in the impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump and his defense argued sharply Sunday whether ...

Trump gives supporters recount of running commentary of assassination

WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. President Donald Trump has recounted minute-by-minute details of the air raid that killed Iranian General Qasem ...

Of 20 abducted Indian crew members, one dies, 19 released

ABUJA, Nigeria - The Indian Mission in Nigeria on Sunday said that 20 seafarers who were kidnapped by pirates last ...

Prince Harry and Meghan to cut formal ties with Palace

LONDON, UK - While Prince Harry will continue to be Prince Harry, and he and his wife will remain the ...

Australian fires devastate wildlife, many threateneded species

More than one billion mammals, birds, and reptiles across eastern Australia are estimated to have been affected by the current ...

Foreign minister in North Korea removed from office

PYONGYANG, North Korea - North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho has reportedly been replaced. The NK News portal broke ...

Decriminalisation of blasphemy in Ireland comes in to effect

DUBLIN, Ireland - The commencement of the Blasphemy (Abolition of Offences and Related Matters) Act 2019 in Ireland has taken ...

Giving is changing as philanthropy faces more scrutiny

The more than US$400 billion Americans donate annually to charitable causes of all kinds, such as houses of worship,

There's more than one good way to teach kids how to read

We are literacy professionals, former reading teachers who now prepare college and graduate students to teach kids how to read.As ...

Is it ethical to show Holocaust images?

Seventy-five years ago, the world first saw the horrors of Nazi concentration camps.Shot by photographers Lee Miller, George Rodger and ...

Altaf Hussain to be head of 'Sindhu Desh' govt-in-exile

London [UK] Jan 20 (ANI): Shafi Burfat, a prominent Sindhi nationalist leader and chairman of Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM), ...

Memela: It's easy to play with a player like Mhango

Cape Town - Orlando Pirates midfielder Luvuyo Memela has praised team-mate Gabadinho Mhango for his great awareness and off-the-ball running.Mhango ...

Nadal in the pink as Sharapova hits all-time low at Australian Open

Melbourne - Top seed Rafael Nadal turned on the style as he launched his bid for a record-equalling 20th Major ...

De Kock replaces Du Plessis as Proteas ODI captain

Cape Town - Quinton de Kock has been named as the new ODI captain of the Proteas, replacing Faf du ...

Netanyahu Tries to Rally Global Opposition to ICC Case

JERUSALEM - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling on the world to take "concrete actions" against the International Criminal ...

CEO pessimism over global growth reaches record high: PwC

Davos [Switzerland], Jan 21 (ANI): As we enter a new decade, chief executive officers are showing record levels of pessimism ...

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Sean Hannity calls on voters to pressure senators to 'do their job'

NEW YORK, New York - Fox News has doubled down on the impeachment of President Donald Trump, with its top ...

Caribbean and Latin America deadliest region in world for journalists

It has been a deadly decade for journalists across the world, however last year there was a glimmer of hope ...

Rockets fired into Baghdad's Green Zone

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Two rockets have landed near the U.S. embassy in Baghdad located in the heavily fortified Green Zone, ...

Taking a look at the politicisation of antisemitism

LONDON, UK In 2004 Greg Philo and Mike Berry authored Bad News from Israel, a ground-breaking work for the Glasgow ...

Grandson of JFK urges Republicans to break ranks with Trump

NEW YORK, New York - President John F. Kennedy's only grandson has called on Republican Senators to hear from witnesses ...

Trump trial arguments get airing on Sunday talk shows

WASHINGTON - Key players in the impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump and his defense argued sharply Sunday whether ...

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