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By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Apr 25th, 2013
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By Ambassador Donald Koran, opinion Today, around half the world’s population is at risk from malaria – a preventable and treatable disease that claims the life of a child every minute. Just ten years ago it was estimated that globally, malaria killed nearly a million people each year, wi...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 25th, 2013
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By Winnie Ssanyu Sseruma Almost half the world’s population – an estimated three billion people – live in areas where malaria is transmitted. Endemic to 107 countries in the tropics and subtropics, it is responsible for around one million deaths globally every year, with sub-Saharan Africa the hardes...
By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Oct 22nd, 2012
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by Clarice Feldman One of the intriguing aspects of this election is how the Democrats’ shameless and clueless appeal to women is ending with the vaporization of the historic “gender gap” among voters. The Lady Parts Convention From the prancing Code Pink vulvas outside the conventi...
By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Oct 22nd, 2012
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by Robert Spencer “He is very gentle and devoted to his studies,” says the father of Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, who was arrested after trying to detonate what he thought was a 1,000-pound bomb at the New York City Federal Reserve Bank. And it could be true: he could be a gentle, studious so...
By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Sep 25th, 2012
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By: James Petras September 25, 2012 The so-called ‘Arab Spring’ is a distant and bitter memory to those who fought and struggled for a better world, not to speak of the thousands who lost life and limb. In its place, throughout the Muslim world, a new wave of reactionaries, corrupt and servile politi...
By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Aug 16th, 2012
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The majority of people in Western countries believe migrants create more problems for their societies than opportunities. Yet, as the latest Transatlantic Trends survey demonstrates, public perceptions of immigration in some of the largest Western states are more subtle than meets the eye.   Pre...
By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Feb 28th, 2012
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Over one billion children now live in the world’s cities. Many of these do not enjoy the benefits of schooling or healthcare and instead are born into endemic cycles of poverty, harsh living conditions, violence and slums at best or homelessness, at the worst. The latest report from UNICEF, to ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Feb 16th, 2012
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Bruce Thornton Remember last year’s giddy bipartisan enthusiasm over the “Arab Spring”? President Obama claimed that Egyptians merely wanted “a government that is fair and just and responsive,” Senator John McCain asserted that Libyans were aiming for “lasting peace, dignity, and justice,” while Sena...
By benim
In Australia
Oct 23rd, 2011
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Auckland – Hosts New Zealand beat France 8-7 to win the rugby World Cup at Eden Park on Sunday and claim the Webb Ellis trophy for the first time since 1987. Prop Tony Woodcock scored a 14th minute try to put the All Blacks 5-0 ahead and Stephen Donald’s penalty early in the second half [...
By benim
In Australia
Sep 6th, 2011
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A man who claims to have a bomb is holding a young girl – believed to be his daughter – hostage at a court building in western Sydney. Police are negotiating with the man who entered the lawyers’ offices in the suburb of Parramatta. He has issued a list of demands but his motives ar...