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    Tommy Robinson receives Free Speech Award in Copenhagen on the 18th of January

    København, Denmark Breaking News 21 Jan 2020

    Far right and anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson will receive a free speech award at a ceremony held in the Danish Parliament. It is the Free Press Society that is giving him their yearly Award. The Free Press Society is not associated with the parliament but has been invited by to hold by a... Read more

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    Huawei CFO Meng Wenzhou Extradition Hearing.

    Vancouver, Canada Technology 26 Jan 2020

    The extradition case of Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Huawei, is scheduled to restart on Monday, January 20th, 2020 here in Vancouver. This part of the process is scheduled to last for the entire work week (five days) to Friday, January 24th, 2020 local Vancouver/Pacific Time. Canadian... Read more

  • Humanism in Africa stories (nice Xmas angle)

    Uganda Cultural 31 Jan 2020

    I'm a widely-published journalist who has some nice human interest stories on humanism in Uganda and Africa with high res pics available. One would make a nice read in the lead-up to Christmas. Please get in touch with me so I can pitch you specific angles. Read more

  • I wish you a fruitful 2020 . I want to be your Freelance Journalist

    Harare, Zimbabwe Breaking News 31 Jan 2020

    I wish you all a fruitful 2020 .Are you a media house/ News agency /NGO with plans for Zimbabwe and Africa.2020 was in the womb but now born. 2019 is gone but 2019 plans didn't go with the year but need to be fulfilled/implemented.I am interested to work with you as your Freelance Journalist in... Read more

  • Female Pilot in South Sudan

    Juba, South Sudan Breaking News 31 Jan 2020

    Female pilot in South Sudan who flies commercial flies wants to open an organisation to empower other young women to choose piloting as a career. Read more

  • Maasai She-Wariors

    Nairobi, Kenya 360 Videography 31 Jan 2020

    Conserving the environment has been the preserve of men in Kenya. However this trend is being challenged by womenfolk from the Maasai community. Read more

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    Corruption and poverty are fueling ivory poaching in Zimbabwe

    Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Investigative Reporting 31 Jan 2020

    What is the core conflict of the story? Corruption and poverty are fueling ivory poaching in Zimbabwe. Villagers surrounding Zimbabwe’s biggest game parks, the Hwange National Park and Gonarezhou, reeling from the economic meltdown and poverty are working with syndicates from Europe and Asia to... Read more

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    Swahili to speak for peace

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Breaking News 31 Jan 2020

    In an about turn move South African pupils in lower school grades would have a choice to learn to write and speak Swahili language. It is an African language spoken by the millions from the Great Lakes in Africa. This follows dozens of fights and conflicts between South African residents and... Read more

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    Swahili the best way to follow?

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Breaking News 31 Jan 2020

    It's true that it is never too late to mend, South African pupils in lower grades at school would have a choice to learn, write and speak Swahili language. Obviously it is a move towards the right direction in order to mend the broken hearts previously caused by the fights occurred between South... Read more

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    It is hypothermia: Ghanaians in Bawku, Zebilla, Binduri, Garu resort to early indoors as extreme cold and dry winds dri

    Kumasi, Ghana Health & Fitness 04 Feb 2020

    Here come the harmattan and residents in the northern part of the country are resorting to different strategies to stay strong and healthy. Northern Ghana is most affected area where citizens either sit by coal of fire or stay indoors for hours. Read more

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    Drying up of white Volta: sand winners cash in while farmers feel the pinch of harmattan

    Kumasi, Ghana Investigative Reporting 10 Feb 2020

    The White Volta in Ghana is completely dried up, sand winners are making money out of it while farmers struggle to grow their vegetables along the river. Read more

  • Irish General Election

    Tralee, Ireland Politics 15 Feb 2020

    The Irish general election campaign is underway, with three weeks of stories, oddities and colourful side events to provide news and entertainment. We have Proportional Representation which makes every constituency competitive and often a candidate waits until the eight count to win by the one... Read more

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    Uganda's Poor Waste Management Policy Turning Kampala into a City of illegal Dumping

    Kampala, Uganda Science & Environment 29 Feb 2020

    Late this December, five men pushing wooden wheelbarrows full of garbage to an illegal dumping site in a Kampala suburb got into a scuffle with the landowner and their wheelbarrows were confiscated for illegal dumping. Scuffles about illegal dumping are very common in all slum areas of Uganda’s... Read more

  • Australian Bushfires

    Brisbane City, Australia 360 Videography 03 Mar 2020

    Pending title: Bushfires in Australia - the economic and environmental impact A.1 Interview Professor Chris Dickman, an expert on Australian biodiversity at the University of Sydney, who estimates half a billion animals have been killed in the bushfires. [B.1] Understand how he came to that... Read more

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    Filmmaker, 360 Filmmaker and Breaking News

    Lisbon, Portugal Training, Breaking News 31 Mar 2020

    I am a freelance Filmmaker and 360 Filmmaker based in German andPortugal. I am available to cover breaking news and to produce theme based short documentaries and news package and 360 production. Read more

  • Where is our household happiness?

    Islamabad, Pakistan Social 08 Apr 2020

    This piece traces the patterns of discontent and disturbance in our society at the level of family. It peeks into issues like traumatic childhoods and psychological setbacks of unhealthy family environments with the help of common stories and stats. It can leave readers with a more active insight on... Read more

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    UK's first spaceport planned in sleepy north coast of Scotland village

    Tongue, United Kingdom Science & Environment 31 May 2020

    In August 2018, the UK government announced that they had selected a site near Tongue, Sutherland, Scotland, UK to be the site of the UK's first spaceport. For the crofters (farmers) of nearby Melness, who jointly own the site, it's 'Rockets Galore' - as the spaceport will turn a sleepy north coast... Read more

  • A Billion Reasons To Believe In Pan Africanism .

    Harare, Zimbabwe Breaking News 01 Jun 2020

    Pan-Africanism is a worldwide intellectual movement that aims to encourage and strengthen bonds of solidarity between all people of African descent. ... At its core Pan-Africanism is "a belief that African peoples, both on the continent and in the diaspora, share not merely a common history, but a... Read more

  • Will Portugal bite a big chunk of the Atlantic and Indian Ocean, again, or give it away to China?

    Lisbon, Portugal Science & Environment 07 Jun 2020

    The 2020 UN Conference will take place in Lisbon (June 2-6) and Ocean is on top of the agenda, even beyond the Goal 14. Based in Lisbon and well immersed in the Blue Economy at large, from the industry perspective as well as from the academic, tourism and recreational segments; please refer to my... Read more

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    What the World Kneads Now: The International Diploma in German Bread Baking

    München, Germany Food & Drink 30 Jun 2020

    Imagine the springy warmth of a yeast dough, steaming-fresh from the oven, or the crunchy crust of a whole-wheat sour-dough bread bristling with toasted sunflower seeds, or the delicate, buttery flakes of a fine puff-pastry twist. Or an enormous pretzel worthy of the Oktoberfest, studded with salt... Read more

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    Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great.

    Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan Natural Disasters 01 Jul 2020

    Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great. Kalash tribes are known as lost sons of Alexander, famous for the unique culture and... Read more

  • BREAKING NEWS / REPORTS - SPAIN

    Madrid, Spain Travel 01 Jul 2020

    I am available as a photographer and camera man, to report about the latest breaking news about Spanish affairs. English and Spanish. I am also available as a fixer. Read more

  • Early marriages in western kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya Cultural 01 Sep 2020

    Early Marriages in Rural Kenya and Informal Settings For a long period in my life, I struggled to understand why my parents never wanted my family to stay in our ancestral home except on vacations. My six siblings and I felt overly important each fortnight of the family vacation. We were the... Read more

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    Munich Confronts its Nazi Past at the National Socialist Documentation Center

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The Braunes Haus, the building that housed Nazi party headquarters in Munich from 1930 to 1945, in fact no longer exists; it was destroyed by Allied forces after the war. But precisely at the site where it once stood, the National Socialist Documentation Center represents Munich's final coming to... Read more

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    Strolling Through History: A Walking Tour to Remember Munich's Nazi Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The name of Munich's most successful walking-tours company, "Stattreisen" is a play on German words that mean something most closely translatable as "alternative trips". The message is clear: on a "Stattreisen" walking tour you will experience the Bavarian capital in unusual ways, with... Read more

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    "Blindgänger" (Unexploded Bombs in Germany) - Blasts from the Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    For countless reasons, World War II is present in the German psyche and memory for many people in the general population on almost a daily basis. Cities like Berlin and Dresden, for example, still have eerily empty spaces in the middle of town, where it is obvious that some edifice once stood there... Read more

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    Enric Duran: the Robin Hood of the banks

    Barcelona, Spain Social 30 Nov 2020

    I'm a freelance journalist based in Barcelona, and I'm looking for media interested on publishing this story: Enric is a Catalan activist who in 2008 announced that, through a false payroll and a fictitious trade, he got loans from 39 financial institutions for a total of 492,000 euros -almost half... Read more

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    Poor Infrastructures in Our Basic Schools

    Ayensuano,Ghana Social 30 Dec 2020

    The Yaw Donkor D/A Basic school in Yaw Donkokrom within bepoase, an electoral area in Ayensuano district has a population of 160 pupils with a three unit classroom block. The three unit classroom is shared among the primary and junior high level creating unconducive environment for teaching and... Read more

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    People and School children Get Stranded due to Absence of a Footbridge on the River

    Ayensuano,Ghana Social 30 Dec 2020

    People of Agyei Krom suffers to reach other communities as the log serving as a footbridge on the Ayensu River can cause a havoc if not rehabilitated.The only route to the communities educational facility hence when it rains,pupils have to either swim through the river or stays at home for... Read more

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    Germany's Stagecoach Inns

    Munich, Germany Food & Drink 31 Dec 2020

    The easiest way to find an excellent and atmospheric restaurant in Germany is to look for the main church in old town and village squares. Next to the church you will often find a large old building bearing the name "Gasthof zur Post." After the fifteenth-century founding of postal routes along the... Read more

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