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‘Old and unsafe’ cars sent to developing world fuelling air pollution, report finds

Millions of used motor vehicles exported from the US, Europe and Japan to developing countries are of poor quality and are contributing significantly to air pollution, according a new UN

Mourinho credits Pochettino for potent Kane-Son partnership

Kindly Share This Story:Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane and Son Heung-min have formed the English Premier League’s most potent partnership under Jose Mourinho this season. But the Portuguese manager says some

Five ways to move on from an abusive relationship

Leaving my abuser was definitely one of the most difficult experiences of my life. Like many abusers, my ex-partner was also funny, charming and adventurous. I learned through the process

Tanzanian president accused of repression on eve of election

Opposition leaders in Tanzania have accused the government of undermining democracy and curtailing fundamental freedoms on the eve of elections in which John Magufuli, one of Africa’s most controversial leaders,

Sudan government denies Rift Valley fever outbreak despite reports of deaths

An outbreak of Rift Valley fever has killed dozens of people and infected more than 1,000 in Sudan’s Northern state, according to local doctors. Doctors told the Guardian the disease

Pogba denies quitting France team over Macron comments

Kindly Share This Story:Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba on Monday denied media reports which said he quit the France national team over comments made by the country’s President Emmanuel Macron.

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  • Five ways to move on from an abusive relationship

    Five ways to move on from an abusive relationship

    Leaving my abuser was definitely one of the most difficult experiences of my life. Like many abusers, my ex-partner was also funny, charming and adventurous. I learned through the process that ending the relationship and moving out was one step, but having to face a new and unfamiliar world on my own was also frightening. […]Read More »
  • COVID-19: As UK winter sets in minorities fear second wave impact

    COVID-19: As UK winter sets in minorities fear second wave impact

    London, United Kingdom – In an attempt to protect his bed-bound grandfather from coronavirus, 19-year-old university student Osman and his family wore masks inside their southwest London home. Xaji, a retired 71-year-old, had arrived in the UK in 2014 to be cared for by his daughter Fadumo, Osman’s mother, in the district of Battersea, which […]Read More »
  • ‘I’m alive but not living’: Survivors of Bangladesh’s rape crisis

    ‘I’m alive but not living’: Survivors of Bangladesh’s rape crisis

    Sharmin*, a 28-year-old housewife, is one of the thousands of traumatised survivors of a rape epidemic blighting Bangladesh. It has been three months since she says she was raped by a man from the neighbouring village just outside the capital, Dhaka. She describes how he gripped her neck and stomach as he raped her and […]Read More »
  • What does the US election mean for Europe?

    What does the US election mean for Europe?

    London, United Kingdom – British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once described US President Franklin Roosevelt as “the greatest champion of freedom who has ever brought help and comfort from the new world to the old”. It is hard to imagine many European leaders saying the same about Donald Trump. European leaders will find out who […]Read More »

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