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    Migrants: stories from the Darien jungle

    Panama City, Panama Current Affairs 06 Oct 2023

    We conducted several video interviews during a visit to the place where migrants arrive in Darien. The migratory flow in Darien continues to rise. More than 400 thousand people have crossed the dangerous jungle that separates the border between Colombia and Panama. In the midst of the massive... Read more

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    Migrants between life and death in Tunisia-Libya desert

    Tunisia Politics 08 Oct 2023

    Human Rights Watch said up to 1,200 black Africans were "expelled, or forcibly transferred by Tunisian security forces" in July to the country's desert border regions with Libya and Algeria. In mid-July, the Tunisian Red Crescent said it had provided shelter to at least 630 migrants who had been... Read more

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    South Sumatra, Indonesia Under the Threat of Land Fires and El Nino

    Sumatera Selatan, Indonesia Science & Environment, Natural Disasters, Breaking News, Climate Change 15 Oct 2023

    Land fires have hit South Sumatra, Indonesia, as the dry season has begun. This condition is exacerbated by warming sea surface temperatures, El Nino. This makes the weather drier and the land more vulnerable to fire. Fires also hit peatlands, land with special characteristics that are highly... Read more

  • Australia's Indigenous Voice referendum

    Sydney, Australia Politics 15 Oct 2023

    I am a freelance reporter and will be covering the upcoming Indigenous Voice referendum from Sydney. I can provide lives, as-lives and packages for TV and radio and also written coverage for online and print. I will be in Australia from 10th - 16th October. Please do reach out if you would like any... Read more

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    Nairobi, Kenya Current Affairs 30 Oct 2023

    Agitation to outlaw homosexual relations in Kenya have began with the Republican Liberty party presenting their draft bill to Kenyas parliament. The party presented the bill as a petition to the National Assembly and is currently engaged in efforts to lobby for its support. This comes months after... Read more

  • COP28 Coverage

    Dubai, United Arab Emirates Breaking News 31 Oct 2023

    I am a photojournalist living in Dubai. I am ready to cover COP28 in terms of photos and video as well. Read more

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    Nairobi, Kenya Current Affairs 31 Oct 2023

    Kenya human rights group have began attempts to recognise intersex persons through legislation. The rights group have petitioned parliaments justice committee to introduce the draft bill in parliament to start the process of recognition. Kenya has about 3 percent of its population in these group... Read more

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    In Odessa, Ukraine

    Odesa, Ukraine Breaking News 31 Oct 2023

    International journalist and seasoned war correspondent Martin Arostegui is covering the Ukraine war from the port of Odessa which is currently the target of a massive Russian missile and drone attacks. Has been in the area for a month and expects to remain through October and possibly longer. Read more

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    Kenya's Police Mission to Haiti: Brave Intervention or Risky Gamble?

    Nairobi, Kenya Current Affairs 02 Nov 2023

    The United Nations Security Council has sanctioned the deployment of the Multinational Security Support (MSS) Mission to Haiti. The move now paves the way for Kenya to send 1,000 armed police it had earlier pledged to the mission. This development has ignited intense debates. Some key questions... Read more

  • Navigating El Niño's Impact: Harnessing Rainwater for Sustainability in Kenya's Arid Regions

    Kajiado, Kenya Technology, Science & Environment, Natural Disasters, Climate Change 30 Nov 2023

    The United Nations issued a warning on Tuesday, urging global preparations for the ongoing El Niño weather phenomenon, which is expected to continue throughout 2023, leading to higher global temperatures. El Niño is a natural climate pattern associated with elevated worldwide temperatures, droughts... Read more

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    An appetite for Dead Grandma

    Munich, Germany Food & Drink 30 Nov 2023

    Here's a quirky "recipe with a story" idea that would surely be an eye-catcher and tell your readers about a part of the world they probably don't think about much: former East Germany, the German Democratic Republic (GDR). The dish "Tote Oma" also evokes that place during a very special time in... Read more

  • Utamaduni wa Jamii ya Iteso Afrika Mashariki wanaoaminika kufukua wafu wao baada ya kuwazika kwa kipidni fulani,

    Eldoret, Kenya Cultural 01 Dec 2023 Swahili Radio Documentary; Jamii ya Iteso kutoka mataifa ya Afrika Mashariki na haswa taifa la Kenya na Uganda wanaaminika kuwa na ukwasi wa mila na taamduni za jadi. Jamii hii ambao walitoka taifa la ... Read more

  • مؤتمر الأطراف COP28 الذي يُعقد في مدينة إكسبو دبي في نوفمبر 2023.

    Dubai, United Arab Emirates Climate Change 14 Dec 2023

    ستستضيف دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة COP28 ، للمرة الأولى منذ بداية انعقادها , يستضيف فيها منتج نفط رئيسي الحدث. سيكون الاجتماع فرصة فريدة للنظر في صحة التزام اقتصادات المنطقة القائمة على الهيدروكربونات بخفض انبعاثات الكربون. متى تستضيف الامارات COP28؟ ينعقد مؤتمر الأطراف COP28 في الفترة من... Read more

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    South Africa is a haven for Transgender men and women but it seldom turns out the way they imagine.

    Johannesburg, South Africa Investigative Reporting 16 Dec 2023

    Transgender women who have escaped the scrutiny and problems associated with their orientation find themselves in South Africa hoping to create a new life for themselves. Still they fight for acceptance and recognition and find it hard to get a name change that could allow the to gain meaningful... Read more

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    China's Puzzles, US Equations and Taiwan' s Calculations: Result?

    London, Britain Current Affairs 29 Dec 2023

    History is now witnessing reversed historical landscapes. Back in May 1949, Taiwan was under a Martial law that was declared by the new relocated central government. Back then, the US government had an eroded interest on the effects of the repressing law and it's aggressive impacts. Reversely,... Read more

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    Kuwait City: A Confluence of Amusements and Legacies

    London, Britain Travel 29 Dec 2023

    With its legacies that engulf visitors to its foundation in 1613, the smell of history is there soothing you with its first inhabitants who had to deal with the artistry of fishing and selling pearls. Sat at the city's modern boulevards is a time to unfold it's past legacies in linking major trade... Read more

  • Sustainable Fashion

    Nairobi, Kenya Climate Change 29 Dec 2023

    This is an article about sustainable fashion and how it benefits the environment. I chronicle a sustainable fashion designer and her company as she tells us more about the strides she has made and what it takes to come up with clothes made from sustainable materials. She also tells us how... Read more

  • الولايات المتحدة تخطط لاستخدام قانون مكافحة المافيا في تحقيقات معاملات البورصة من طرف الشركات المستخدمة لهذا الغرض

    Oakville, Canada Risk Analysis 31 Dec 2023

    الولايات المتحدة تخطط لإستخدام قانون مكافحة المافيا في تحقيقات معاملات البورصة من طرف الشركات المستخدمة لهذا الغرض وسائل إعلام مضللة قد تساعد التشريعات المستخدمة عادة في قضايا الرشوة وغسيل الأموال والإتجار بالمخدرات في كبح جماح البائعين على المكشوف يمكن للمدعين العامين الأمريكيين إستخدام... Read more

  • أقوى قرار إصلاحي تتخذه مؤسسة الأزهر

    Oakville, Canada Breaking News 31 Dec 2023

    أقوى قرار إصلاحي تتخذه مؤسسة الأزهر في عهد المفتي المعتدل، ومع قيادة نزيهة في عهد فخامة الرئيس السيد عبد الفتاح السيسي، حفظ الله مصر شعب مصر وكوادر مصر بكل ما لديهم من خبرات سياسية وإجتماعية يبعدون الخطاب الديني المتشدد عن حياة الشعب االيومية، لأن بعض المدعين للفهم الديني يجندون قنوات الإعلام... Read more

  • Canada annonce la première vague de sanctions contre la Russie

    Oakville, Canada Current Affairs 31 Dec 2023

    Mélanie Joly, ministre des Affaires étrangères : « Tout comme la Russie s'est préparée pour cette journée, nous aussi » « Les provocations effrontées de la Russie sont une menace pour la sécurité et la paix dans le monde », a déclaré le premier ministre Justin Trudeau OTTAWA - Le premier... Read more

  • كندا تعلن الموجة الأولى من العقوبات على روسيا

    Oakville, Canada Current Affairs 31 Dec 2023

    ميلاني جولي ، وزيرة الخارجية: "مثلما استعدت روسيا لهذا اليوم ، نحن كذلك استعدنا لهذا اليوم قال رئيس الوزراء جاستن ترودو: "إن استفزازات روسيا الوقحة هي تهديد للأمن والسلام في العالم" أوتاوا - أعلن رئيس الوزراء جاستن ترودو الثلاثاء أن تجاهل روسيا للقانون الدولي سيواجه "عواقب وخيمة"... Read more

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    I gave Salah his big chance in football after spotting talent in an Egyptian youth game.. he deserves to win Ballon d’Or

    Cairo, Egypt Sports 31 Dec 2023

    THE FIRST time Ivica Todorov saw Mo Salah play football he knew straightaway he had unearthed Egyptian gold. It was December 2010 and the Serbian-French coach had not long taken over as manager of Al Mokawloon Al Arab Sporting Club – also known as Arab Contractors. A chance visit to watch the... Read more

  • A feature Audio PKG : Keeping Tradition Alive The Man Who Grinds Sesame Seeds with Camels in Mogadishu.

    Mogadishu, Somalia Cultural 31 Dec 2023

    A Somali local grinds sesame seed into sesame oil by using camel. A tradition that is long past and about to extent Read more

  • Man killed in Bangladesh landslide during hill cutting

    Chattogram, Bangladesh Current Affairs, Natural Disasters, Breaking News, Climate Change 31 Dec 2023

    A man was killed and several were injured in a landslide during the cutting of a hill for building a road in Chattogram city’s Akborshah area in Bangladesh on April 7 afternoon. The deceased was identified as Md Khoka, 45, said sub-inspector Nurul Alam Ashek, the in-charge of the Chattogram... Read more

  • 6,558 families to be removed from Ctg hills

    Chattogram, Bangladesh Natural Disasters 31 Dec 2023

    The Chattogram Divisional Hill Management Committee on Monday decided to evict 6558 families who have been living illegally at the 26 hills in Chattogram. The committee took the decision in its 26th meeting held at Chattogram divisional commissioner office on Monday afternoon ahead of... Read more

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