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'World Economy Showing Broad-Based Momentum, But There May Be Choppy Seas Ahead, Caused by Increasing Protectionism or Tit-For-Tat Trade Wars'

Human Wrongs Watch

While the world economy continues to show broad-based momentum, a new report released on 17 April 2018 by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is warning that there may be choppy seas ahead, caused by increasing protectionism or tit-for-tat trade wars. 575 more words

The Peoples

Migrants Making ‘Terrorist Confessions’ to Avoid Deportation from Germany

Human Wrongs Watch

19 April, 2018 (RT)* — Hundreds of migrants in Germany are reporting themselves as members of terrorist organizations in an apparent bid to avoid deportation, according to state officials. 447 more words

The Peoples

207 Child Soldiers in South Sudan Released as Part of UNICEF-Facilitated Plan

Human Wrongs Watch

18 April 2018 — Two hundred and seven child soldiers have been released by armed groups in South Sudan, part of a series of planned discharges that should see nearly 1,000 children return home over the coming months.  394 more words

The Peoples

Four Indigenous Women Who Are Claiming their Space

Human Wrongs Watch

17 April, 2018 (UN Women)* — Indigenous peoples live across 90 countries, represent 5,000 different communities and speak a majority of the worlds languages. 947 more words

The Peoples

Global Plan to Strengthen Protection of Internally Displaced Persons

Human Wrongs Watch

18 April 2018 — With multiple crises forcing millions of people away from their homes, United Nations agencies, Governments and partners have launched a set of measures to strengthen protection of internally displaced persons as well as find solutions to address their problems. 432 more words

The Peoples

Drama Helps Battle Child Marriage in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Human Wrongs Watch

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16 April 2018 (UNFPA)*  – On the surface, child marriage seems to affect few girls in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 674 more words

The Peoples