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quot Gaza possesses the dignity of my entire nation quot
"Gaza possesses the dignity of my entire nation"
Nisreen Zaqout, a Palestinian student from Gaza studying at Illinois College,tells an audience at the New Story Leadership normalization program about he first time she heard fear in her mother’s voice, the first time she heard her brother cry over the de
 
Israel accused of war crimes UK Parliament
Israel accused of war crimes (UK Parliament)
British MPs accused Israel of war crimes, disproportionate violence, ruining peace negotiations by building illegal settlements, running the worlds largest outdoor prison, collective punishment, and attacking water supplies, hospitals, supply centres and
 
Inside Gaza's tunnels with the Qassam Brigades
Inside Gaza's tunnels with the Qassam Brigades
Gaza's underground tunnel infrastructure played a vital role for the Qassam Brigades, the armed with of Gaza's Hamas government, against the recent Israeli attack.
 
Sea meets land in Istanbul downpour
Sea meets land in Istanbul downpour
Heavy rain in Turkey's largest city Istanbul made it difficult to tell where the land ended and the sea began on Monday, June 2.
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Experts launch project to digitise neglected Bosnian heritage

Many of the National Library's records and manuscripts were destroyed in the Bosnian Serb siege of Sarajevo during the 1992-95 war, which razed the...

Palestinian resistance poet Al-Qasim passes away

Known as one of the most popular names in modern Arab poetry, 75-year-old al-Qasim was recognized as a symbol of resistance and revolution.

Poet Behbahani 'lioness of Iran' dies at 87

Famed Iranian poet Simin Behbahani died at the age of 87 after nearly two weeks in the Tehran Pars hospital

Kosovo seeks recognition through music

Kosovo’s historical city of Prizren has hosted a music fest called “Listen!” for the fourth time.

Tanjung Malim Educational center of Malaysia

The town has experienced rapid development after the opening of the school and it has started to be called the “town of education”.

A blue-white dream city Sidi Bou Said

With Ottoman and Andulusian influence, the architectural style of Sidi Bou Said is largely characterized by blue and white colors.

Liberal arrogance

During the apolitical revolution process dubbed the Arab spring, the arguments of any intellectual, whether it's a politician or an academic,...

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Russia, in retaliation, bars some Japanese citizens

Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement that the ban was a response to visa restrictions that Japan had imposed on a number of Russian citizens

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EU candidate Serbia says will not exploit Russian embargo

EU candidate Serbia says will not exploit Russian embargo

As a candidate for membership of the EU, Serbia is under pressure to bring its foreign policy into line with that of the 28-member EU

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Islamophobia no obstacle for British Muslim women

Islamophobia no obstacle for British Muslim women

For despite a common view that young Muslim women are forced to wear veils by men or their families, studies and interviews point to the opposite in Muslim minority countries where it is often the case that the women themselves choose to cover up.

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Security technology fair kicks off in Nairobi

Security technology fair kicks off in Nairobi‏

The two-day fair showcases products like control and surveillance equipment; mine and bomb detectors and aviation security.

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Lack of leadership hurts Ebola fight in West Africa -MSF

Lack of leadership hurts Ebola fight in West Africa -MSF

MSF (Doctors Without Borders) has deployed 1,000 of its own staff in the stricken region, running centres that currently have 300 beds

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Experts launch project to digitise neglected Bosnian heritage

Experts launch project to digitise neglected Bosnian heritage

Many of the National Library's records and manuscripts were destroyed in the Bosnian Serb siege of Sarajevo during the 1992-95 war, which razed the landmark Town Hall that housed the library.

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US using outlawed PKK to fight Iraq rebels

US using outlawed PKK to fight Iraq rebels

A European diplomat in Ankara said that the PKK would see its actions in Iraq, in particular its help in protecting members of the Yazidi community, as helping a diplomatic push to persuade the European Union to remove it from its list of terrorist groups.

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