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The headache and heartache of romance

BY: MARK KONING

As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is (supposedly) in the air, but what does that mean to a brain injury survivor? Personally, I’m not a Cupid fan favourite. 372 more words

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MSF Report: Central African Republic Internally Displaced Crisis

A nervous calm prevails as the Central African Republic awaits the final round of presidential elections due to take place in early February. Renewed outbreaks of inter-communal violence since September is keeping the population on edge, with many fearing a flare-up of tension at any moment. 731 more words

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Documentary: We walk together - Syrian family’s journey to Europe

Thousands of refugees were sleeping rough at Budapest’s Keleti station, waiting for trains to take them to western Europe. Then, they just got up and walked. 58 more words

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Greece: Islanders Recognized For Sacrifice And Bravery

Greek islanders who have been on the frontline of the refugee crisis are to be nominated for the Nobel peace prize with the support of their national government.  728 more words

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Yemen: Veritas and Mona Documentary - Call For Yemeni Testimonies

Veritas Consulting, a London UK-based company, and the Mona Relief Organization, a Yemeni registered charity are looking to break the internet for Yemen. Veritas Consulting in collaboration with the Mona Relief Organization are currently shooting a documentary that is giving the Yemeni people an opportunity to tell their story of personal suffering, loss or even triumph during this time of acute crisis for their country. 313 more words

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Documentary: Melissa Fleming - A Voice For Refugees

Every day, I listen to harrowing stories of people fleeing for their lives, across dangerous borders and unfriendly seas. But there’s one story that keeps me awake at night, and it’s about Doaa, 117 more words

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Documentary: UK Holocaust Memorial Day 2016

Don’t stand by is the theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2016.

The Holocaust and subsequent genocides took place because the local populations allowed insidious persecution to take root. 190 more words

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