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The Questions in the Answers from the 26th African Union Summit 2016.

The 26th Ordinary Session of the African Union Assembly came to a conclusion last week with few resolutions and many questions left unanswered on the most pressing issues facing the continent. 1,091 more words

Thinking And Talking Africa

ICC Update: Cricket Goverance

Cricket, for the main part has avoided the sustained scrutiny into the workings of its governing bodies, especially compared to FIFA and the International Olympic Committee.  520 more words

Cricket

CC U19 Cricket World Cup: West Indies Stuns Pakistan By Five Wickets To Enter Semi-Finals

Skipper Shimron Hetmyer and Tevin Imlach hit half-centuries as the West Indies upset Pakistan by five wickets to cruise into the semi-finals of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh on Monday. 725 more words

Cricket

Fernando misses century as Sri Lanka sets up semi-final date with India

Avishka Fernando hit 95 off 96 balls after Wanidu Hasanranga grabbed three wickets as Sri Lanka entered the semi-finals of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 with an impressive six-wicket win over England in Mirpur on Sunday. 690 more words

Cricket

Rishabh Pant And Anmolpreet Singh Steer Impressive India Into Semi-Finals

Wicketkeeper/batsman Rishabh Pant hit 111 off 96 balls as power-packed India demolished Namibia by 197 runs in Fatullah on Saturday to cruise into the semi-finals of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup. 780 more words

Cricket

How will the ICC treat South Ossetia?

On 27 January 2016, the ICC opened an investigation into the 2008 war in Georgia. The conflict led to Russia’s recognition of South Ossetia’s independence. When looking into the atrocities committed in the war, how will the institution treat South Ossetia? 976 more words

International Relations And International Law

European Parliament Calls for Urgent Action to Protect Religious Minorities against ISIS, “War Crimes” and “Crimes against Humanity”

GR Editor’s Note: The resolution does not focus on the State sponsors terrorism. the governments which are supporting the ISIS (including US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia, Turkey) are responsible for ”War Crimes” and “Crimes against Humanity” (M.Ch.) 325 more words

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