Britain’s Shame: IICSA child sex abuse inquiry public hearings under way

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Hazel Speed

I watched the commencement of this Hearing, television preamble interviews and discussion. It is a shocking indictment against all the perpetrators involved.

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On the run from Boko Haram, Nigeria’s lost children hope to find families again

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Kieran Guilbert

Running his fingers over the wide scars on his knee and thigh, 13-year-old Usman recalled the moment he thought he would die.

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Plea for strong laws on road safety

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Jose Kalathil

In order to create awareness about road safety, Consumer Voice, a voluntary organization in the interest of Consumer Education, with the support from Cycling for Environment Club and Delhi Traffic Police, organised a cycle rally, Cyclothon, in New Delhi on Saturday, in which about 100 cyclists participated.

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With crises set to worsen, what are aid groups’ priorities for 2017?

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Umberto Bacchi

After a year of record humanitarian needs, 2017 looks set to be even more challenging for aid agencies as they brace for the fallout from protracted conflicts and other escalating crises.

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State Care or Legalized Kidnapping – Which side do You see it from?

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Siddhartha Rastogi

Norway is a beautiful Scandinavian country encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. Norway has been ranked No 1 in the world’s Prosperity index for Wealth & Wellbeing.

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