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Nations must guard against revival of nationalism, xenophobia:...

Nations must guard against any resurgence of nationalism, xenophobia or racism, Italy's Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said on Wednesday."The European model of an open society works and we must keep investing against a revival of nationalism or xenophobic or ... Prokerala, 2 weeks ago

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Narendra Modi: Why Muslims are losing hope

When Narendra Modi came to power some four years ago, there were both apprehensions and hopes. Modi was in the limelight for over a decade as a divisive leader who tried to present himself as the foremost leader of the Hindu right while serving as the chief ...
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THERE AREN’T MANY books that make one feel impassioned and comforted at the same time. The Elephant in the Room , a collection of comics by 16 graphic artists from India and Germany, does just that. This is an anthology of drawings that achieves all that ...
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UN chief expresses concern over threats pose by nukes

Observing that peace remains elusive to the international community, the United Nations chief Antonio Guterres said the world has gone in reverse as conflicts have deepened, new dangers have emerged and global anxietiesabout nuclear weapons are the highest since the Cold War. Speaking at an informal meeting of the General Assembly, the UN Secretary General said the international community needs unity and courage to meet todays most urgent needs, to ease the fears of the people and set the ...
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UN calls Trump's Africa comment 'shameful'

The UN human rights office says President Donald Trumps reported use of an expletive to describe Africa and other countries could "potentially damage and disrupt the lives of many people." Repeating the term attributed to Trump a day earlier, spokesman Rupert ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Why have people from 'shithole countries': Trump lashes out against migrants  Sify1 month ago
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