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Ending Sexual Violence In Conflict Requires Us To Break The Mould

Imagine witnessing a member of your family taken from your home by armed men and raped, or sold into sexual slavery, or imprisoned and tortured sexually.

UK Foreign Secretary, William Hague is seen with Special Envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Angelina Jolie
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Pakistan navy is fully prepared and geared up to safeguard Pakistan’s maritime interests: Nawaz Sharif

Our navy is fully prepared and geared up to safeguard Pakistan’s maritime interests including the defence of sea frontiers”, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Pakistan navy is fully prepared and geared up to safeguard Pakistan’s maritime interests: Nawaz Sharif
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Dick Cheney's 'cocky' prediction!

Former vice president, under George Bush’s presidency, Dick Cheney soon after conquering Iraq boasted in an announcement that ‘My belief is we will be, in fact, greeted as liberators!’

Dick Cheney
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FIFA World Cup 2014: England face the early elimination scenario

Uruguay beat England, 2-1, in the latest Group D match in Brazil last night that enhanced the embarrassing spectacle of early exit for England from the tournament.

FIFA World Cup 2014: England face the early elimination scenario
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Investigate all extremist groups and ban those carrying out a campaign of hate, intimidation and violence – Muslim Council

: Muslim Council in a public appeal has urged President Mahinda Rajapaksa to immediately investigate the actions of all extremist groups and ban those who have been carryout a campaign of hate, intimidation and violence against Muslims, Christians and other religious minorities.

Investigate all extremist groups and ban those carrying out a campaign of hate, intimidation and violence – Muslim Council
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100th Birth Anniversary of Edirweera Srachandra: Commemorations at UNESCO

The 100th birth anniversary of Professor Ediriweera Sarachchandra was commemorated at UNESCO on 10th June 2014 under the auspices of the Director General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova and the Minister of Culture, T. B. Ekanayake.

100th Birth Anniversary of Edirweera Srachandra: Commemorations at UNESCO
100th Birth Anniversary of Edirweera Srachandra: Commemorations at UNESCO
100th Birth Anniversary of Edirweera Srachandra: Commemorations at UNESCO
100th Birth Anniversary of Edirweera Srachandra: Commemorations at UNESCO
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Modi Lays Maculay To Rest

The 19th century British historian, educationist and politician, Thomas Babington Maculay evokes two kinds of contradictory feelings in India. He is denounced for his supercilious colonial outlook which obliged him to ridicule India and its literature and culture. But a lot of Indians think that India has been well served ever since he introduced the ‘natives’ to the English language and western mores in the mid-nineteenth century.

   Modi Lays Maculay To Rest
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Protest in Jaffna supporting Muslims in Aluthgama & Beruwela

A protest calling attention to atrocities committed against Muslims at Aluthgama and Beruwela was held this morning in Jaffna .

Protest in Jaffna supporting Muslims in Aluthgama & Beruwela
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Kidnapped Indians in Iraq “safe”; One has managed to escape

Indian foreign ministry is working overtime to rescue the 40 construction workers mostly from Punjab and Andhra Pradesh, who are reportedly held by the ISIS militants near Mosul.

Families of the kidnapped Indian workers in the Punjabi city of Amritsar.
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