162 children die in Pak district in four months, Where are the NGOs now?

Pakistan: 162 children die in 4 months in Tharparkar district due to lack of medical facilities. While 162 children died during treatment, 245 others were referred to other hospitals of the province, a report said. Around 162 children have died in Pakistan’s Tharparkar district in southern Sindh province in the last four months due to inadequate… Read More

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Conspiracy to fix ITUC (AP) election: Sharan Burrow leaks

It has risen that there was a plot to fix the February 2015 ITUC Asia Pacific decision. Worldwide Leaks has uncovered that Carol Beaumont, the previous work Party MP and secretary of New Zealand Council of Trade Unions, was being pushed by general secretary Sharan Burrow for the post of ITUC (AP) general secretary through… Read More

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Fake Ngo were sending explosives and weapons to Syria & Iraq: Busted

The National Police captured Sunday at various areas of Alicante, Valencia and the self-ruling city of Ceuta seven associated individuals with a jihadist cell that sent weapons to real terrorist associations in Iraq and Syria, the Nusra and Daesh Jahbat. Shipments acting like compassionate guide. The gathering working in Spain are likewise occupied with financing… Read More

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Paris Climate Summit 2015, United Nations Climate Change Conference: Outcomes and Decisions for better Earth

The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP 21 or CMP 11 was held in Paris, France, from 30 November to 12 December 2015. It was the 21st yearly session of the Conference of the Parties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)   DECISIONS AND OUTCOMES OF PARIS AGREEMENT 2015… Read More

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More than 1,000 racism complaints at US colleges. What happened?

The number of complaints received by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has increased throughout Obama’s years in office, but few students wind up resolving their cases through the DOE, opting instead for campus-based demonstrations.   Since Barack Obama’s 2008 inauguration, a moment that optimists at the time suggested would herald a healing… Read More

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