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'19Jan
13

Perspective: Is advanced technology creating or killing jobs?

By Stanley OmadoghoARE advanced technologies – artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning, virtual reality, mass 3D printing, biotechnology, chatbots, deep learning, drones, augmented reality and smart...
'19Jan
13

Sudan's agony is our business

One man’s agony is just as important today as Jamal Khashoggi’s was in October last year. The world in 2019 is already proving to be just as barbarous in some dark corners of the globe. The ongoing persecution of...
'19Jan
11

Protests, Anger Predicted After Congo Names Surprise Election Winner

In-Depth Coverage By Anita Powell January 10, 2019Election officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo have sparked surprise and outrage by naming opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi the winner of the nation's...
'19Jan
11

Protests, Anger Predicted After Congo Names Surprise Election Winner

In-Depth Coverage By Anita Powell January 10, 2019Election officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo have sparked surprise and outrage by naming opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi the winner of the nation's...
'19Jan
10

Qatar's beIN Sports asks Italy to move football game from Saudi

Qatari broadcaster beIN Sports has asked Italy's football league not to play a showpiece match in Saudi Arabia, accusing the country of backing the pirating of live coverage and highlighting protests from human...
'19Jan
10

Qatar's beIN Sports asks Italy to move football game from Saudi

Qatari broadcaster beIN Sports has asked Italy's football league not to play a showpiece match in Saudi Arabia, accusing the country of backing the pirating of live coverage and highlighting protests from human...
'19Jan
10

Qatari broadcaster asks Italy to move soccer game from Saudi

Qatari state-owned sports broadcaster beIN has asked Italy’s soccer league not to play a showpiece match in Saudi Arabia, accusing the country of backing the pirating of live coverage, and highlighting protests...
'19Jan
09

Venezuela tortured military personnel accused of subversion - rights groups

CARACAS: Venezuelan security forces in recent years have detained and tortured dozens of military personnel accused of plotting against the government, and in some cases their family members, two human rights...
'19Jan
09

Report: Military officers, relatives tortured in Venezuela

WASHINGTON (AP) — Law enforcement forces in Venezuela have detained and tortured military personnel accused of plotting against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, according to two prominent human rights...
'19Jan
09

Venezuela: Suspected Plotters Tortured

(Washington, DC) – Venezuelan intelligence and security forces have detained and tortured military personnel accused of plotting against the government, Human Rights Watch and the Venezuelan nongovernmental group...

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