The Albino Community in Ghana: ‘I’m Motivated to Believe That I Can Survive’

The Albino Community in Ghana: ‘I’m Motivated to Believe That I Can Survive’

Advertisement In recent years, a community of people living with albinism have forged connections on platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp, turning a societal stigma into social bonds and offline friendship. Bernice Agboada, 19, an aspiring model, in Ashaiman, Ghana.CreditWalter Thompson-Hernández/The...
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Golden State Warriors sweep Cleveland Cavaliers to nab 2nd straight title

Golden State Warriors sweep Cleveland Cavaliers to nab 2nd straight title

CLEVELAND – There were still a few seconds left on the clock when the Golden State Warriors stormed off their bench to begin a celebration that wasn’t guaranteed. They couldn’t wait any longer. They had reached their destination: dynasty. Story...
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Game of Thrones prequel pilot ordered by HBO: All you need to know about upcoming spin-off series

Game of Thrones prequel pilot ordered by HBO: All you need to know about upcoming spin-off series

HBO said on Friday it is moving ahead with a prequel for its hit television series Game of Thrones, the first green light for five potential spin-off projects for the award-winning medieval fantasy. News of the prequel comes ahead of...
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CHSE Result 2018: CHSE Odisha Plus 2 results for Arts and Commerce declared; check at chseodisha.nic.in

CHSE Result 2018: CHSE Odisha Plus 2 results for Arts and Commerce declared; check at chseodisha.nic.in

The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Odisha declared the CHSE Plus 2 Results 2018 for Arts and Commerce on Saturday. Marks for the same will be available on official websites at 11 am. According to The Indian Express, the pass percentage...
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Africa:Can Africa’s Borders Really Become Bridges?

Africa:Can Africa’s Borders Really Become Bridges?

analysisBy Peter Fabricius ‘Good fences make good neighbours,’ the American poet Robert Frost wrote in 1915. This remark has been widely misinterpreted to mean that Frost was advocating the erection of barriers between people as the best way of get...
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SCO summit: India should use forum to corner Pakistan on cross-border terror, but China may play spoilsport

SCO summit: India should use forum to corner Pakistan on cross-border terror, but China may play spoilsport

All eyes are on the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit to be held on 9-10 June in the Chinese city of Qingdao as it will witness the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi representing India as a full member-country. Both...
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South African police raid Bank of Baroda in corruption investigation

South African police raid Bank of Baroda in corruption investigation

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – An elite South Africa police unit raided offices of India’s Bank of Baroda on Friday and seized documents as part of an investigation into state corruption under former president Jacob Zuma, a police spokesman said. Bank of...
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Birthday Honours 2018: Network Rail boss made CBE amid travel chaos

Birthday Honours 2018: Network Rail boss made CBE amid travel chaos

Politicians and passenger groups have reacted angrily after the outgoing boss of Network Rail was appointed a CBE amid continued rail disruption. Mark Carne was included in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his services to the railway industry. MP...
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Meet the young Singaporeans building bridges with North Koreans

Meet the young Singaporeans building bridges with North Koreans

Far removed from the tough talk and deep mistrust that has characterised international relations with Pyongyang, a group of young Singaporean professionals are quietly making personal connections and building bridges with their peers in North Korea. The Choson...
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Declining levels in Iraq’s Tigris raise fear of water crisis

Declining levels in Iraq’s Tigris raise fear of water crisis

Turkey has decided to postpone filling a massive upstream dam amid rising concerns in neighbouring Iraq that declining water levels in the Tigris River may pose an immediate threat to the country’s water flow. At least 70 percent of Iraq’s...
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