Human Rights, Development And Democracy

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We are inter-connected with each other in many respect. Poverty and crimes brought suffering for the people. Because of the poverty and crimes many countries are facing human-rights crisis. Many countries need urgent and immediate attention.

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Ruthless war’ in Syria

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After five years of ‘ruthless war’ in Syria, 2017 can be a year of diplomacy, says UN envoy

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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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News organizations have increased greatly.

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As I understand enhanced capacity of any media is necessary to initiate or seek changes in the existing socio/economic and political relation. And for the long run, collective efforts to reduce vulnerability must be attempted.

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Crossing the Delaware Bay.

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I worked on the Cape May Lewes Ferry for seven months. I love the water, beaches and the shore, but there's something special about the ferry. While I worked on the ferry, I met wonderful friends and nice captains and pilots, like Capt. David R. Oat, Capt. Joe Napolean, Capts.

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Women in law and Cape May Middle Township Municipal Court Judge

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I found, Cape May Middle Township Municipal Court Judge Dorthy Incarvito Garrabrant is working very hard to making people including women in NJ, aware about the law and order with fair trial and right decisions to enact laws and the role she is playing included the underlying pro

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HIV infected face personal peril from a different front.

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This article was originally published by UPI Asia Blog.

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