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No room for violence Djoko Subinarto

Precluding narcissistic blows constitutes one of the keys to creating a world without violence. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines violence as the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another ... Malaysian Insider, 1 month ago

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Ebola: WHO Lists New Worries For West Africa

World Health Organisation (WHO) strategists have expressed fresh worry that certain co munity practices in West Africa were threatening efforts to end the Ebola epidemic. The region recorded 128 new confirmed cases of Ebola in the week to Feb. month ago Ebola, the Executive Summary - March 19, 2015  Individual.com1 week ago West Africa: Ebola, the Executive Summary - March 19, 2015  AllAfrica.com1 week ago How To Fight Epidemics In West Africa weeks ago
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WHO highlights threat of recreational noise for hearing loss

GENEVA, Feb 28 (Bernama) -- The World Health Organisation (WHO) warns some .1 billion teenagers and young adults are at risk of hearing loss due to unsafe use of personal audio devices and exposure to high levels of sound at entertainment venues, ...
 My Sinchew4 weeks ago 1 Bn Young At Risk Of Hearing Loss From Loud Music: Who  The Freepress Journal4 weeks ago Recreational noise puts you at risk of hearing loss: WHO  Times of India4 weeks ago Billion of adults are at risk of hearing loss: WHO  Daily Times4 weeks ago

Ebola outbreak: The world has eased up too soon on the battle with the virus, says professor who helped discover it

AFP/Getty Health workers are convinced Ebola has killed more than 10,000 The end of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa may still be some way off, and the world must prepare for future outbreaks, Professor Peter Piot, the ...
 XinMsn1 week ago Ebola Cases Fall in West Africa, But Challenges Remain, Says WHO  NDTV1 month ago
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Sound advice: turn down your music

As the world marks International Ear Care Day on Tuesday, world health chiefs warn that young people are putting their hearing at risk by listening to music through headphones at unsafe volume levels. How much time do your children spend listening ...
 Abu Dhabi National3 weeks ago

Kenya: 'Popular weed killer likely causes cancer'

Kenya: Roundup, a widely used weed-killer in the country, probably causes cancer, according to a new report from the World Health Organisation (WHO). In the local market, about 30 generic versions of Roundup are some of the best-selling herbicides ...
 East African Standard6 days ago
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More than 1 in 3 women worldwide experience violence, as 'alarmingly high' levels persist: UN

United Nations: The evidence is ubiquitous. The gang rape of a young woman on a bus in New Delhi sets off an unusual burst of national outrage in India. US colleges face mounting scrutiny about campus rape. In South Sudan, women are assaulted by ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago


World Vision logo. Photo credit: Patheos. World Vision Solomon Islands will launch its 2014 Annual Review report at the World Vision office tomorrow. The organisation will also share its recent work in the Solomon Islands and the overall ...
 Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation1 month ago Award-winning images from the World Press Photo contest  Rediff.com1 month ago

Fight against business abuses gets harder [Bangkok Post, Thailand]

Feb. 09--Doors are closing on judicial remedies for corporate human rights abuses worldwide, according to a new report by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. Sif Thorgeirsson, the centre's director, said in his report that it was getting ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago
Daily Times

Indian govt should act on rights pledges: HRW World Report : January 29, 2015, 9:59 pm

ISLAMABAD The Indian Government should bring public officials, police, and military personnel who commit serious rights abuses to justice, Human Rights Watch said that in release of its world report 2015 on Thursday. The Modi government ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
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