Hypocrisy is making ISIS stronger

By

Sattar Rind

We perhaps do not prefer to be simple by perceiving things which are around in our daily life. We like to make things more confused though for no reason.

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7th Africa Conference on Sexual Health and Rights opens in Ghana

By

Alpha Jallow

The 7th Africa Conference on Sexual Health and Rights opened in the Ghanaian capital Accra at the beginning of the week.

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Poetry

By

Samuel Ayoade

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Safe Internet Study reveals nearly half of Bangladesh school students encounter cyberbullying

By

Sheuli Akter

The growth of internet access across Asia is bringing a wealth of new opportunities to youth in the region, particularly around the access to educational content. Yet, new access comes hand-in-hand with the challenge of keeping children safe online and the importance of protecting them from online threats.

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Fiction: Rapture

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Celestine Chimummunefenwuanya

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In the digital era whose voices are being heard?

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Nnaemeka Nwangene

Within the enclave of the digital era, the voices which are said to be heard are the voices of the few who are said to be in a lime light other than this, the millions of the voices are not being heard.

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Poetry

By

Sarah Pedramnia

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“More than Just a Welcome Mat”: Protecting and Promoting Human Rights in Post Conflict Societies

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Anant Mishra

“The recognition of victims as individuals and holders of rights is essential in any attempts to redress massive human rights violations and prevent their recurrence.”

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Fiction: One Photo-Day In Lagos

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Atanda Faruq Obatolu

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UN agencies warn of escalating food crisis in South Sudan

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Peter Louis

With a rise in hunger at harvest time and a harsh and prolonged 2016 lean season approaching, South Sudan is facing unprecedented levels of food insecurity, as 2.8 million people – nearly 25 percent of the country’s population – remain in urgent need of food assistance, at least 40,000 people on the brink of catastrophe, three UN agencies have warned.

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