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'18Apr
18

Here, some fine speculation on Uganda’s new athletics glory

Uganda just had a fabulous outing at the just-ended 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. Three gold, one silver, two bronze – all in athletics and boxing.Until the dying hours of the game, Uganda was...
'18Apr
17

Virtual Instagram celebrity ‘Lil Miquela’ has had her account hacked

The Instagram account for the virtual celebrity known as Lil Miquela has been hacked.The multi-racial fashionista and advocate for multiculturalism, whose account is followed by nearly 1 million people, has had “...
'18Apr
17

EU warns of curtailing rights under Turkey's state of emergency

The measures undertaken by Turkey under an almost two-year-old state of emergency have curtailed civil and political rights, according to a critical European Union report, which prompted Turkish officials to accuse...
'18Apr
17

The rising backlash to Paul Ryan’s conservatism

In the days since House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) announced that he will not seek reelection this year, much of the commentary has focused on his failures. Barring a sudden bout of legislative productivity,...
'18Apr
17

Police crack down on hartal organisers

The police on Tuesday mounted a crackdown on youths who had gone about blocking vehicles, vandalising shops and other establishments to enforce the hartal on Monday, taking hundreds into custody and slapping cases...
'18Apr
17

On "Darwinism"

He could have just said he didn’t believe in evolution, or that evolution had flaws. Or, he could have said that a book with a whole unit on evolution was just too much. But William Buckingham, of the Dover Area...
'18Apr
17

Why Trade Unionists Are Backing A Shake-up Of Westminster’s Political System

For those who agree Westminster is in need of an overhaul, the movement for political reform has just won some important new support.A report out this week from campaigners ‘Politics For The Many’ is calling for a...
'18Apr
17

Flawed return deal offers no way back for Rohingya refugees

Hamida, a Rohingya refugee woman, weeps as she holds her 40-day-old son after he died as their boat capsized before arriving on shore in Shah Porir Dwip, Teknaf, Bangladesh, Sept 14, 2017. (Reuters file photo...
'18Apr
17

Western Mail letters: Tuesday, April 17, 2018

My husband and I recently had the amazing experience of welcoming our baby girl, Eloise, into the world. Eloise was born at the outstanding Royal Glamorgan Hospital. On behalf of all three of us I wanted to convey...
'18Apr
17

115 people arrested after Shiite clash with police in Abuja

Home|News|General| 115 people arrested after Shiite clash with police in Abuja 115 people arrested after Shiite clash with police in Abuja...

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