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Nigeria: Alleged Neglect - Shell, Rivers Communities At War

Photo: Vanguard, Shell engineer.

By Davies Iheamnachor

Kula — The people of Belema and Ofuyama communities in Kula Kingdom, Akuku-Toru Local Government Area, Rivers State, are on the warpath with Shell Petroleum Development Company over alleged abandonment in the last 37 years as well as destruction of economic life. 1,194 more words
Human Rights Violations

Third World

Third world was a name first used during the Cold War to differentiate those neutral countries among the two contenders, the USA, Soviet Union, and their respective allies. 591 more words


Brutal profitability in Myanmar                                         التربح الوحشي في ميانمار

لقراءة المقال مترجم إلى العربية انتقل إلى الأسفل

The problem in Arakan for the regime is the Rakhine, not the Rohingya. The Rohingya are what the regime is using to divert the growing hostility of the Rakhine; the majority population in a… 462 more words

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The de-population caravan goes to Tanzania: Gates Foundation’s $350mn to save mothers in Tanzania

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation co-chairman Bill Gates (File Photo)

By Mnaku Mbani

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced the donation of $350 million (Tsh777 billion) to the Tanzanian government to support the country’s health and agriculture sectors for the next five years. 256 more words
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Study finds association between childhood vaccination and the onset of neuropsychiatric disorders

By: Dena Schmidt

(NaturalHealth365) A study conducted as a joint effort between the Yale University School of Medicine and the Penn State University College of Medicine recently examined the relationship between childhood vaccination and vaccine side effects. 463 more words
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China holds drill to shut down 'harmful' websites

By Sijia Jiang

HONG KONG (Reuters) – China held a drill on Thursday with internet service providers to practice taking down websites deemed harmful, as the country’s censors tighten control ahead of a sensitive five-yearly political reshuffle set to take place later this year. 363 more words
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