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Jawahar ‘JJ’ Roble sets sights on Premier League, 16 years after fleeing war-torn Somalia Roble referees both men and women up to five times a day in the lower ranks of English football. Jawahar ‘JJ’ Roble was just ...
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Young volunteers have been clearing dust and debris from St. Thomas church in Mosul, as the Iraqi city occupied by Islamic State militants seeks to sweep away the horrors of a brutal three-year rule and welcome back members ...
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State Minister for Labour and Employment Begum Mannujan Sufian today said Bangladesh will be a child labour free country within 2025 asper the target set under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) designed to end poverty by 2030. “As ...
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Their young lives already disrupted by war, Libyan schoolchildren face even bigger obstacles to their education during the global pandemic than young people elsewhere. With the number of cases surging unhindered across the North African country schools have ...
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Emily Garthwaite is a photojournalist. Here she shares her experiences on the road to Arbaeen: Dear Pete, I’ve decided to write an open letter to you. Although we’re yet to meet, we’ve had quite a few email exchanges. ...
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United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) announced a detachment deployment that includes a multinational force in Beirut to assist the Lebanese authorities in dealing with the Beirut port explosion’s repercussions, which occurred on 4 August. In a ...
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The United Nation children’s fund (UNICEF) and the government of Puntland in northeast Somalia on Monday launched the Learning Passport, a digital remote learning platform where children can access educational content both online and offline from their homes. ...
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Dismayed by the plastic bags piling up in the Gaza Strip, a group of young Palestinians is recycling discarded fabric into reusable totes to clamp down on waste and protect the environment. A Palestinian worker carries plastic items ...
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U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday removed a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition from a United Nations blacklist, several years after it was first named and shamed for killing and injuring children in Yemen. The coalition killed or injured ...
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Mosques reopened for daily prayers and children returned to nursery schools on Wednesday in an easing of coronavirus restrictions in the Gaza Strip. The Hamas Islamist-run enclave, whose borders are tightly controlled by Israel and Egypt, has recorded ...
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