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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2345

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“Hell” for Refugees and Migrants in Libya

Refugees International (RI) released a new report today detailing the abuses faced by refugees and migrants in Libya, as they flee violence, persecution, or lack of opportunity in their home countries and seek a better and more secure life in Europe.

“Hell” for Refugees and Migrants in Libya
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Women, Girls & Pregnant Women & Children Worst Affected By Floods & Landslides

As of 1 June , about 658,490 people across 15 districts have been affected by floods and landslides triggered by heavy monsoon rains which began last week. Of the affected people, it is estimated that at least 150,000 are women and girls of reproductive age, 7,600 are pregnant women and over 189,000 children are affected by the disaster.

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Sri Lanka’s National Flower adorns DC’s International Floral Exhibit

A magnificent blue water lily (nil manel) floral display lent unique Sri Lankan flavor to the International Floral Exhibit at National Cathedral’s Flower Mart held on May 5 and 6 in Washington D.C.

Sri Lanka’s National Flower adorns DC’s International Floral Exhibit
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Kekhrie Yhome says he would give a fight against Dr. Shurhozelie in the coming by-election

The ruling NPF Party’s dream to see that Chief Minister Dr. Shurhozelie win unopposed in the coming by-election of the 10 Northern Angami-I Assembly Constituency shattered as Kekhrie Yhome, a young outspoken and educationist, declared that he would give a fight against the former.

Kekhrie Yhome
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Watchdog No More

Well before the debut by the openly partisan ‘Republic’ on our TV screens on May 6, Indian media had, with few exceptions, abdicated its role as the watchdog of the Democratic Republic of India and its 1.25 billion people.

Media Agencies
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