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According to the UN, there are two unfolding humanitarian tragedies in the Middle East. While …

Wessex Scene - Full Stop The UN Human Rights Council has after a special convention in Geneva, voted to investigate...
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via the Guardian In the wake of the devastating tragedy of flight MH17, the Guardian reported that the...
twitter1 This week, #MyLibya began trending on Twitter when freelance journalist Khadija Ali created the hashtag to encourage thousands to tweet...
A child being immunised in Lucknow. Credit to RIBI Library Images. The World Health Organisation has announced that India and 10 other countries in the South-East Asian region are now certified...
Catalan Parliament during the Festival of Santa Eulalia In September 2013 I left for my Year Abroad in Barcelona with a case full...
The United States should trade its imperial reputation for a legacy of scientific enlightenment Why not disband the NSA, which sells out the world’s secrets to America’s notorious straw-man, ‘National Security’, and redirect its...
iraq women On Saturday, Iraqi women took to the streets in the capital Baghdad to protest against a proposed law that would...

JJ2A7060 Chanjot Sandhi and Joanna Mills explore Southampton's finest French...
Internation by Jess Cox Emma Clarke looks at the economic and social impact of this year's World Cup on Brazil's many slums and...
SHee pee Water Aid are currently looking for someone to join their social media team at Glastonbury, offering them two free tickets in exchange for some Water Aid focused vlogging at the festival....
sexualharassmentegypt On Wednesday 7th May, Egypt’s government approved a new anti-sexual harassment law, which punishes offenders with a series of fines, a prison sentence, or...
algeria - Louafi Larbi Reuters Today marks the beginning of Algeria's presidential election, as incumbent Abdelaziz Bouteflika seeks a fourth term, standing against former prime minister Ali Benflis, the main opposition candidate....
Elections-in-India-Women-010 On April 7, the world's largest democracy began nationwide parliamentary elections, which will see Prime Minister Manmohan Singh step down from power after ten...
International by Jordan Stewart From nursery right through to 9am university lectures, children, teenagers, and young adults are usually given a syllabus from which they can learn from. However, have you ever wondered how your learning might have been different if you were born...