India has 600 million young people and theyre set to change our world | Ian Jack

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This new generation combines the culture values of the usual Asian pedigree with “peoples lives” goals of the American teen, says Guardian reporter Ian Jack India India has 600 million young people- and they’re set to change countries around the world This new generation is motivated: it mixes the culture values of the traditional Asian […]

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UN report on Rohingya hunger is shelved at Myanmar’s request

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Exclusive: Document warned of spiralling menu crisis among Rohingya population The United Nation food aid organization withdrew a crucial report discovering hopeless emptines amongst the persecuted Rohingya population after the Myanmar government involved it be taken down, the Guardian has learned. The July assessment by the World Food Programme( WFP) reported on at the time, […]

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‘Norman said the president wants a pyramid’: how starchitects built Astana

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Architects have a thing for strong humanities, and the big global practices from Norman Foster to Zaha Hadid have piled in in a bid to help Kazakhstans dictator, Nursultan Nazarbayev, improve himself a accolade city If you could see through the timber of selfie-sticks, the deem from the upper part of the primary pavilion of […]

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Rattling Afghanistan’s powerful: Etilaat Roz newspaper exposes corruption

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Paper pierces substantially above its value journalistically but editors main preoccupation is how to pay the staff When his newspaper slipped its third vast exclusive of its first year, proving that Afghan government officials had tried to discriminate against ethnic minorities, Zaki Daryabi did not immediately worry about reprisal. His first apply was how to […]

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Aung San Suu Kyi says Myanmar does not fear scrutiny over Rohingya crisis

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Leader and her authority hiding their tops in the sand over the cruelties uncovering in Rakhine, says Amnesty Aung San Suu Kyi has cracked her stillnes on the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar, giving a lecture castigated as a” mingle of untruths and victim-blaming” by branded” a textbook illustration of ethnic cleansing “ by the United […]

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Myanmar: footage reveals scorched-earth campaign against Rohingya

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Government accused of methodical policy in Rakhine state as Rohingya claim soldiers kindled their homes and fired on them after urging them to leave Satellite imagery has shown glows engulfing big swaths of Myanmar’s Rakhine state, stimulating accusations that government powers are endorse a deliberate and systematic scorched-earth campaign to drive out the Rohingya Muslim […]

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Massacre at Tula Toli: Rohingya recall horror of Myanmar army attack

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Villagers who fled assault and crossed territory into Bangladesh recollect witnessing their family and neighbours killed It was the fast-flowing flow that doomed the inhabitants of Tula Toli. Snaking all over the remote village on three surfaces, the treacherous water stood Burmese soldiers to corner and brace people on the river’s sandy banks. Some were […]

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#AintNoCinderella: Indian women mock politician who blamed stalking victim

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Women share photos of themselves staying out after midnight after party official said woman chased in her car late at night had brought it on herself Indian women have been posting images of themselves out after midnight with defiant messages after a male politician suggested a woman who was chased in her car by two […]

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