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Revenge for Sinjar: Syrian Kurds free Islamic State slaves

Islamic State militants enslaved Noura Khalaf for three years, dragging her from her small Iraqi village across their territory in Syria. DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Iraq forces free 11-year-old Yazidi girl in Mosul

Iraqi forces in Mosul have freed an 11-year-old Yazidi girl who was kidnapped and sold as a slave by the Islamic State group in 2014, the federal police said today. The girl was taken by the jihadists from the village of Kosho, south of the Yazidi hub of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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The former child slave fighting slavery

When Rani Hong was 7, she was taken from her family and sold into slavery. At an age when she should have been enjoying her childhood, she was subjected to treatment that left her close to death. IMAGE: Rani Hong, the activist fighting human trafficking, says India must join the fight against slavery.Photograph: Kind courtesy Rani Hong/Facebook When Rani Hong was just seven years old she was taken from her family and sold into slavery. At an age when she should have been enjoying her ...
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Former Yazidi sex slave makes tearful return to her Iraqi village

By Fazel Hawramy KOCHO, Iraq, June 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A prominent Yazidi activist held as a sex slave by Islamic State militants returned to her home village in Iraq on Thursday where she was captured three years ago, pleading for international ...
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Chinese well aware of corruption in CPEC: Zardari

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman and former president Asif Ali Zardari has said China is well aware of the level of corruption in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects."We have no hopes from this government.it is incompetent," Geo News ...
 Business Standard1 month ago China is well aware of corruption in CPEC: Asif Ali Zardari  DNA1 month ago
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Who's Who in Baahubali: A Quick Guide

Here’s a spoiler-filled recap of the key players in the riveting saga! Two years ago, S S Rajamouli’s epic fantasy Baahubali: The Beginning took the country by storm with its magnificent battle scenes, sweeping drama and a shocking cliffhanger that’s now part of pop culture legends.  It’s only fair to expect unprecedented excitement around its second and final installment, Baahubali: The Conclusion.  The multilingual costume drama, which broke nationwide ...
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Georgetown University renames buildings for enslaved people

Georgetown University and the group of Catholic priests that founded the Washington, DC school have apologised for selling slaves in 1838 in order to raise money to pay off the college's debts. The school has renamed two buildings in honour of two of the 272 ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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'Kishori Amonkar made classical music accessible'

'Her ability and confidence to 'do her own thing,' both in her music and in her life -- and the great integrity with which she did it -- was amazing.' IMAGE: The legendary Kishori Amonkar, who paased into the ages on April 3, 2017. Photograph: Kind courtesy Shobha Deepak Singh Her guru Dhondutai Kulkarni and the late Kishori Amonkar, were legends from the Jaipur Atrauli gharana of Hindustani classical music, but were rivals. It was a rivalry handed down to them as legacy, for their formidable ...
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Is this how we treat our doctors?

'Does it make any difference to you, that one of our doctors almost lost his vision, while you delayed in immediately getting the right care for your family member, as per his advice?'On March 25, 4,000 resident doctors in Maharashtra called off their strike demanding security measures and resumed work. Four days later, March 29, a group of 10 men attacked a lady intern at the Vitthal Sayanna Civil Hospital, Thane, Maharashtra, and injured another doctor. The latest incident once again put the ...
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