The Re-affirmation of Humanitarian International Law

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The Re-affirmation of Humanitarian International Law

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Million migrants in global workforce

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UN agency data on labour migration shows 150 million migrants in global workforce

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Ensuring The Success Of The French Initiative

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Recent developments in connection with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict demonstrated the huge gap between the Israeli government and the international community’s position about the settlements in the occupied territories and the prospect of a two-state solution. United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, followed by Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech condemning the Israeli settlements and characterizing them as a major obstacle to peace, were largely on the mark.

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Patients have been deprived of Anti HIV/AIDS Drugs

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We all are facing with the growing H

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Literature "write for love."

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Reading Robert Frost, Maya Angelou, Bukowski and Shakespear means life, happiness, freedom, tragedy and enjoy moments, etc. I have never heard literature speak of hatred or any other kinds. They respect love, and freedom.

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Breast cancer: She will always be missed !

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Four years ago my beautiful and kind older sister Bimala was diagnosed with advanced Brest Cancer, died after a courageous battle against Brest cancer in January 2016 and grief hit me like a hell. I have lost her my idol role model.

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Early Marriages Are Bad Practice

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Published in Cape May County Herald. :Today, many countries have declared 18 as the legal minimum age for marriage, while these laws may exist on paper only. We should remember that high levels of early marriages have led to a rise in maternal and infant mortality throughout the world.

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