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Q&A: ‘India is Heading Towards a Full Ethnic Democracy’

As India holds elections, two leading editors question whether it is the one of the world’s most successful democracies. May 4, 2019//-India has been hailed as one of the most successful democracies in South Asia. Advertisements


Kim Jong Un: US Acted in Bad Faith at Vietnam Talks

April 26, 2019//-The United States acted in “bad faith” in Vietnam where President Donald Trump and his team held talks with North Korea, its leader Kim Jong Un said during a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Sri Lanka Attacks: More Than 200 Killed as Churches and Hotels Targeted

April 21, 2019//-At least 207 people have been killed and 450 hurt in explosions at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, police say.

What Brexit Means for UK NGOs and Foreign Aid

From ensuring life-saving programmes are not yanked mid-project to preserving long-term funding for British agencies and EU-UK collaboration on aid policy, the Brexit stakes for the humanitarian sector are sky-high.

Catastrophic Fire Engulfs Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

The roof of famed Notre Dame in French capital collapses as firefighters struggle to contain the blaze. Paris, France, April 15, 2019//-Firefighters in Paris are battling to put out a huge blaze that has engulfed the iconic Notre Dame cathedral, a centuries-old building in the heart of the French capital.

The Racist Online Abuse of Meghan Markle Has Put Royal Staff on High Alert

London UK, March 7, 2019//-Britain’s royal family is beefing up its social media operation amid a rise in racist online abuse targeting the Duchess of Sussex in the months after the announcement of her pregnancy, sources have told CNN.

Infographic: International Visitors to U.S. on the Rise

February 26, 2019//-People from all over the world are visiting the United States in growing numbers and spending more money during their travels, according to the latest data from the National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO), part of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

US Ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick Defrocked Over Abuse Claims

February 16, 2019//-A former Roman Catholic cardinal has been defrocked after historical sexual abuse allegations.

Venezuela crisis: Maduro Condemns ‘Extremist’ Trump

February 12, 2019//-Venezuela’s embattled President Nicolás Maduro has called Donald Trump’s government a “gang of extremists” and blamed the US for his country’s crisis.

Reporter’s Diary: Hope Rises in Venezuela’s Hunger-driven Political Crisis

February 4, 2019//-Smiles are more numerous here in Caracas than they have been for years. When I lived here last winter, apathy was widespread.

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