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Manna Dabholkar – A social aficionado from cartel neighborhoods to Dubai royals

Drug cartels from Columbia to Mexico in South America are the real face of danger for those living in those neighborhoods. Poverty, lack of...

Social Alienation or Normlessness as an Alarming Human Condition: The Product of and the...

While every time we comprehend the critical human condition so vulnerable around power, war, and terror, it has been a matter of constant disappointment...
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Von der Leyen: Moral duty to protect Afghans

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen held a press conference on the situation in Afghanistan after the G7 meeting. "Most European Union staff based...

Women of Afghanistan… Fear of losing their acquired rights after the Taliban’s return to...

With the Taliban's return to power, fears are mounting that Afghan women will lose many of the freedoms they gained since 2001. Human Rights Watch...

Indonesian army cancels virginity test

This week, the Indonesian military decided to exclude a number of tests that were not carried out for recruitment purposes, including the "virginity test"...

US sanctions against “red beret” and two Cuban interior officials

On Friday, the United States imposed new sanctions on two high-ranking officials in the Cuban Ministry of the Interior and a military unit, in...

Spanish court investigates deportation of minors to Morocco

The Spanish Public Prosecutor's Office has opened an investigation to find out the circumstances in which the 800 minors are returned from Ceuta to...

An Israeli disclosure of the “Assad figure” and the other target of the Iranians...

The situation in Daraa, in southern Syria, is of interest to the security services in Israel, not only because of its proximity to the...

Tigray conflict.. Why is the war crisis in Ethiopia deepening daily?

After the progress made by the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front fighters in and around Amhara, and in light of the United States' intention to...

From the Middle East to India… “Pegasus” puts women at increased risk

Echoes of the alleged use of spyware against dissidents and activists around the world continue after tech experts and victims said dozens of women...

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