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Attacks on US embassy Jerusalem, Pentagon. What next?

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By Tazeen Shaikh Associated Press WASHINGTON – A press briefing was held at the White House today to address the issues surrounding the Trump Administration. The defense system of the country came under heavy scrutiny when the various attacks were reported. The Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was missing from this briefing. One of these […]

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THE PRESS: ASSET, YES. THREAT, MAYBE?

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Shivika Khare  Xinhua The first session at the United Nations Economic Social and Cultural Organization set out to discuss the role of Freedom of Press in all its member countries. The delegates started off by asserting the stance of each of them on the said agenda, slowly moving into formal debate on ‘Press Censorship’. The […]

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‘’IT WOULD HARDLY LOOK HUMAN”, SAYS CHINA

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BY SHIVANI BHIRANGI AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE   As the third session begun, the UNHRC Committee faced an unprecedented turn in the events, as the delegate of China gave her presidential statement. She said that “abortion is a basic human right” and that “an ovum cannot be called a human” She also said that if a […]

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PUNISH THE RAPIST, NOT THE CHILD

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By Shivani Bhirangi Agence France Presse Abortion, bluntly stated, is the most controversial issue in the world (Yes, even more controversial than Kanye West’s daily narcissistic rants on Twitter.) Endless rallies and endless campaigns march down the streets of the conservative Christian countries (and lesser campaigns in the conservative Islamic countries. After all, who would […]

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China causes uproar after being accused of forcing abortions, spectators surprised at the truth

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By Madhura Krishnan Al Jazeera The spectators present had unintentionally divided themselves into two blocs, pro-choice, and pro-life, which, to this day remains one of the biggest controversies. The floor was currently China’s, which outright indicated that the country had extremely liberal abortion laws, and that women should have full control over their bodies. Despite […]

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UNODC DAY 1

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By Pratik Pendse CNN And Swastika Gosavi Wall Street Journal Geneva-  A conference was held at the United Nations dealing with the issue of drug trade and ‘its direct ties to insurgency, money laundering and organized crime’. The member states of Afghanistan, Vietnam, Mexico, Iran, Germany, Bolivia and a few formed a working paper that […]

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Crisis : Would you save or prove a point?

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Shivika Khare,  Xinhua The second session in the United Nations Security Council called for excessive attention as an unforeseeable crisis hit the committee, clearly leaving it divided. In the process of collectively finding a solution to prevent extremism in the horn of Africa, the committee took an unexpected turn when faced by a much larger […]

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Pres Plays Hideaway Amidst Crises

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By Swastika Gosavi The Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON- The Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, and Director of the CIA, Gina Haspel, addressed the press today acknowledging the attack at the embassy in Jerusalem. The attack took place earlier this morning, a video was released by a group of extremists in which they’ve brutally shot the […]