Arab Education is in Intensive Care

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Sami Jamil Jadallah

I was prompted to write this short essay after reading the recently issued report issued by the Ranking Web of Universities which put Arab universities at the tail end of international ranking, which is not only embarrassing but shameful as well.

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Women and child migrants raped, beaten and detained in Libyan ‘hellholes’

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Lin Taylor

Women and children making the dangerous journey to Europe to flee poverty and conflicts in Africa are being beaten, raped and starved in “living hellholes” in Libya, the United Nations children’s agency (UNICEF) said on Tuesday.

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Nigeria’s oil militancy: Did the Minister lie?

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Awesu Olaniyi Williams

Our culture doesn’t permit us to say an elderly person has lied, not to talk of someone in power. Such address seems haphazardly spurious to ethical paradigm. But expressions like “Economical with the truth” might aptly capture the mind of the above heading.

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Inquest into the Tunisian Beach Terrorist Shootings

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Hazel Speed

One cannot grasp the magnitude of such a terrible event unfolding in front of one’s eyes, within seconds, and whilst relaxing on holiday lounging on a beach. No wonder survivors are still suffering from post traumatic stress.

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BHS – Everything comes to those who wait!

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Hazel Speed

Philip Green sold British Home Stores for only £1.00 and now has paid £363 million, albeit forcibly, towards the Pension Fund which should have been secured for his former, now thousands of jobless, employees of all ages.

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