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  • Life-saving free train travel offered to domestic abuse victims in the UK June 23, 2021
    A pioneering railway scheme in the UK is helping domestic violence victims to escape their abusers by providing them with free travel to reach refuge The post Life-saving free train travel offered to domestic abuse victims in the UK appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Pope Francis updates canon law to address paedophilia by priests June 1, 2021
    Since becoming pope in 2013, the Argentine pontiff has striven to tackle the decades-long sexual abuse scandals involving Catholic priests around the globe. The post Pope Francis updates canon law to address paedophilia by priests appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Peker videos: Crime boss’s claims rattle Turkish government May 27, 2021
    The accusations thrown by Sedat Peker at close Erdogan allies — including a former prime minister, top officials and their relatives — range from corruption and drug trafficking to rape and multiple murders. The post Peker videos: Crime boss’s claims rattle Turkish government appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Palestine could be taking a South African direction May 26, 2021
    The signs are there that the Israeli state may have ‘won’ the most recent battle against Palestinians but could be losing the protracted war, especially in the court of public opinion The post Palestine could be taking a South African direction appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Pretoria prevaricates on Israel May 20, 2021
    Cyril Ramaphosa may have signalled a hardening of tone but, like his predecessors, he is unlikely to break the mould on the Palestine-Israel two-state solution The post Pretoria prevaricates on Israel appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Cali protests herald brewing class war May 14, 2021
    Colombia’s general anti-tax strike has turned into a mass protest movement and become violent, writes Laura Brown The post Cali protests herald brewing class war appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • ‘Indignant ones’: The Spaniards who launched ‘occupy’ May 13, 2021
    Fuelled by social media, the protests were horizontal in structure, decentralised with no identifiable leader, and took shape without the involvement of unions or political parties. The post ‘Indignant ones’: The Spaniards who launched ‘occupy’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • Sheikh Jarrah Palestinians at mercy of Israeli court May 13, 2021
    Palestinians in the occupied East Jerusalem neighbourhood face court-sanctioned eviction in what rights groups say is a continuation of Israel’s decades-long plan to ‘ethnically cleanse’ the city. The post Sheikh Jarrah Palestinians at mercy of Israeli court appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • #SOSColombia: Remember Sharpeville? May 11, 2021
    The Colombian government’s violent repression of political dissent is dangerous The post #SOSColombia: Remember Sharpeville? appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
  • The Covid-19 crisis facing India’s prisoners May 6, 2021
    Political prisoners in India, many of whom are awaiting trial, face abysmal conditions in far-flung, overcrowded jails. Now they are threatened with infection without access to healthcare The post The Covid-19 crisis facing India’s prisoners appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

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  • US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan to dominate Biden-Ghani talks June 24, 2021
    The United States troop withdrawal will be the main topic of conversation when Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani meets with US President Joe Biden in Washington on Friday. The post US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan to dominate Biden-Ghani talks appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South […]
  • Russia warns Britain: Do not provoke us again in Black Sea June 24, 2021
    Russia accused Britain on Thursday of spreading lies over a warship confrontation in the Black Sea and warned London that it would respond resolutely to any further provocative actions by the British navy off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea. The post Russia warns Britain: Do not provoke us again in Black Sea appeared first on […]
  • Thai protesters return to streets demanding constitutional changes June 24, 2021
    Hundreds of Thai pro-democracy protesters took to the streets on Thursday, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha and constitutional changes that would curb the influence of the country's powerful monarchy. The post Thai protesters return to streets demanding constitutional changes appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, […]
  • Brazil sets single-day record for coronavirus cases June 24, 2021
    Brazil registered a single-day record of 115 228 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, the Health Ministry said on Wednesday, as its outbreak shows new signs of accelerating despite long-delayed vaccination efforts finally gaining steam. The post Brazil sets single-day record for coronavirus cases appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, […]
  • Over 2 million in England may have had long COVID, study finds June 23, 2021
    Over 2 million people in England might have had long COVID and suffered one or more COVID-19 symptoms that lasted at least 12 weeks, one of the biggest surveillance studies of the coronavirus found on Thursday. The post Over 2 million in England may have had long COVID, study finds appeared first on SABC News […]
  • UN chief warns no Syria cross-border aid would be ‘devastating’ June 23, 2021
    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed to the Security Council on Wednesday to renew a cross-border aid operation into war-torn Syria for another year, warning that a failure to do so would be devastating for millions of people. The post UN chief warns no Syria cross-border aid would be ‘devastating’ appeared first on SABC News - […]
  • Calls for Americans to put pressure Biden administration to end embargo on Cuba June 23, 2021
    Calls have been made for American citizens to put pressure on its government to lift the decades-long US blockade of Cuba. The post Calls for Americans to put pressure Biden administration to end embargo on Cuba appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current […]
  • Grand jury in Texas will not charge officers in custody death of Marvin D. Scott III June 23, 2021
    A grand jury in Texas on Tuesday cleared eight former officers of any criminal wrongdoing in the death of Marvin D. Scott III, a 26-year-old Black man, in custody. The post Grand jury in Texas will not charge officers in custody death of Marvin D. Scott III appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, […]
  • Saudis who killed journalist Khashoggi received paramilitary training in US  – New York Times June 23, 2021
    Four Saudis who participated in the 2018 killing of the Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi received paramilitary training in the United States the previous year under a contract approved by the State Department, the New York Times reported on Tuesday. The post Saudis who killed journalist Khashoggi received paramilitary training in US  – New York […]
  • People want trusted news, Reuters Institute says June 23, 2021
    The coronavirus pandemic stoked hunger for trusted news in a time of global crisis and a clear majority of people want media organisations to be impartial and objective, The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism said on Wednesday. The post People want trusted news, Reuters Institute says appeared first on SABC News - Breaking […]