Day: December 1, 2017

Protests In Pakistan

On Saturday, violent clashes between protestors and security forces were reported in Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital. Sources say the clashes resulted in at least six dead and 200 injured. An estimate of 8,500 elite and paramilitary forces participated in the now suspended operation, where tear gas and rubber bullets were reportedly

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A New Crisis In Libya: Slavery Of African Migrants

The year 2015 saw the peak of the migrant crisis which held the world’s attention as many news outlets outdid themselves in coverage of the travails of migrants from many different countries to what is  greener pastures . These migrants would leave their home country with long-term savings hoping to buy

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Tens Of Thousands Dying From Counterfeit Drugs

One in ten drugs in developing countries are fake or substandard, leading to the deaths of tens of thousands, namely children with pneumonia and malaria, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday. A first major review of the problem highlighted bogus drugs as a growing threat, with increased pharmaceutical

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