In Zambia, like in many African countries, the journalism profession has greatly been affected by the hostile environment in which journalists operate. Journalists have been framed, arrested, while others are killed in the line of duty. 470 more words
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Lord Sugar could be dropped by the BBC and face a parliamentary investigation after he tweeted a “joke” comparing the Senegal football team to beach hawkers in Spain. 403 more words
A revised animal protection law that aims to ban killings of dogs has been proposed by lawmakers in Seoul.
The proposed legislation seeks to prohibit unlawful killings of animals such as dogs and cats that are not categorized as livestock. 237 more words
Since 9 June 2011, there have been 3,800 armed clashes between the Burmese army and the rebels of the Christian minority. 311 churches, 24 Buddhist monasteries, 34 childcare centers, 122 schools, 264 clinics damaged or destroyed. 533 more words
Myitkyina (AsiaNews) – The commander in chief of the Burmese troops of the North has ordered Christian religious leaders to stop communications with the rebels of the Kachin Independence Army (Kia – photo). 261 more words