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'19Jan
28

Stress, anger and fear - the feelings of EU residents living in Wales

Anger, sadness, doubt. These are some of the feelings European residents living in Wales are experiencing as the Settled Status scheme opened last week.EU citizens will have to apply for a scheme to continue living...
'19Jan
28

Stress, anger and fear - the feelings of EU residents living in Wales

Anger, sadness, doubt. These are some of the feelings European residents living in Wales are experiencing as the Settled Status scheme opened last week.EU citizens will have to apply for a scheme to continue living...
'19Jan
28

Back to the Future: Vietnam Now and Then

Armed Conflicts, Asia-Pacific, Crime & Justice, Democracy, Economy & Trade, Education, Headlines, Health, Human Rights, Labour, Religion, TerraViva United Nations Opinion By Jan Lundius Reprint | |...
'19Jan
28

Why our leaders urgently need to ditch the Machiavelli and read some peace philosophers

Image: The Doomsday Clock, which is now as close to midnight as it has been since the height of the Cold War. Credit: Olivier Douliery/ABACAPRESS/PA Images, all rights reserved.It is the "new abnormal", says the...
'19Jan
28

Western Mail letters: Monday, January 28, 2019

It was very pleasing to read Lyn Jenkins and Colin Evans praising my The Book of Welsh Saints (2000, 606pp hardback) in your letters column recently.At the time, Archbishop Rowan Williams kindly wrote: “..this book...
'19Jan
28

Africa: WHO Issues Warning Over Ebola Outbreak Across East Africa

Photo: MSF No object that can not be chlorinated can exit the high risk zone. Dona Ebola treatment center in Conakry...
'19Jan
28

Yankee Go Home – Get Your Blood-Soaked Hands Out Of Venezuela

It is immensely frustrating to be unable to fully illustrate the rage and fury I feel while watching and listening to the grotesquely biased and prejudice dripping drivel which has risen like steam off a freshly...
'19Jan
28

Detained Chinese human rights lawyer sentenced to 4 ½ years

Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang was sentenced to 4 ½ years in prison on the charge of subversion of state power Monday, more than three years after he was detained in a wide-ranging crackdown...
'19Jan
28

The three biggest threats to humanity revealed in Lancet report

The consortium of 43 world-leading experts in agriculture, economics, human rights and other fields said the interplay of obesity, undernutrition and climate change will take an enormous toll on humanity.Loading"...
'19Jan
27

Pharmaceuticals sector: Where are we?

Ernest Gwinyai & Alex Majongwe  •  27 January 2019 10:11PM  •  0 commentsHARARE - Presently, Zimbabwe has an acute shortage of critical drugs and medicines. Around 80 percent of available drugs and medicines...

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