Regional Share of Women Parliamentarians: Sub-Saharan Africa Makes Modest Progress

Parliaments in Sub-Saharan Africa witnessed a relatively modest progress in 2018, with a regional average share of women parliamentarians at 23.7 per cent. Djibouti saw...

Global March Begins War Against Child Labour, Presses For Policy Changes

The Global March Against Child Labour (Global March) is currently seeking to eliminate child labour by questioning, addressing and changing the very systems that...

Human Rights Watch Calls for Rehabilitation, Reintegration of Kids, not Abuses

A global rights group, Human Rights Watch has raised an alarm on the worrisome abuses of children. In a new report, the group said...

FAO, Global Alliance Scale-up Healthy Diets Initiative

Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) have resolved to join forces to scale-up the availability and affordability...

Kashmir Boils Again, Rights Group Says

Human Rights Watch, a global rights group says the saber rattling between India and Pakistan is ignoring Kashmiri human rights problems. The South Asia Director...

Nigeria assumes Chairmanship of African Group at UN

Nigeria has assumed the Chairmanship of the African Group at the United Nations for the month of March 2019, succeeding the Republic of Benin....

Brain-Based Technology Could End the Immigration Crisis

As published in the Nov/Dec 2018 issue of The American's Bulletin It is not necessary for President Trump to "shut down" the US government or close down the...

Plane Abandons Takeoff after Passenger ‘Terrorist’ Snapchat Message is spotted

A passenger was booted off a flight after he was caught tying a handkerchief around his face to make a terrorism joke on Snapchat. Yogvedant...

US Bans Imported Nigerian Fish

America has placed an embargo on processed Nigerian fish as the commodity has been denied access to the United States of America’s market since...

Coming Up Against Yellow Vests: Emmanuel Macron’s Fuel Problem

Governments and regimes tend to face revolution in the face of harsh hikes in prices. Margaret Thatcher’s rule in Britain was rocked by the...

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