Day: January 4, 2021

How To Better Abolish Modern Slavery

The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery was marked earlier this month on December 3rd as adopted by United Nations General Assembly. The day emphasizes the need to redouble our global effort to eradicate modern day slavery including human trafficking, sexual exploitation, child labour, forced marriage, and the use

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Conflict In Ethiopia Leaves 2.3 Million Children Without Access To Humanitarian Aid

Following the recent crisis in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, an estimated 2.3 million children have been left without access to necessary humanitarian aid. Critical medical supplies provided by international organizations, including vaccines, emergency medications, and sanitation items, are likely running low, as communication and transportation into the region is

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Azerbaijan Arrests Soldiers Suspected Of War Crimes In Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

In the last week, Azerbaijani soldiers were arrested for committing war crimes. These soldiers are charged with dishonouring bodies of Armenian troops, violating rights of Armenian soldiers, and vandalizing Armenian gravestones, claims the International Center for Transitional Justice. This news became public as multiple videos were recorded and released online

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More Than 330 Nigerian Schoolboys Kidnapped

On November 11, 2020, more than 330 Nigerian boys went missing from the Government Science Secondary School following an attack by gunmen. According to reports, the attackers arrived on motorcycles and proceeded to begin a fierce battle with the security forces on the ground as hundreds of the children ran

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