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Election leaves western Kenya angry and bitter

Election leaves western Kenya angry and bitter

October 26, 2017 0

After tyres finish burning, what is left is a matted mesh of singed black wire. In Kenya’s western city of Kisumu, they hug curbs and roundabouts, leaving dark, circular footprints where the road

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Aleppo militias become major test for Assad

Aleppo militias become major test for Assad

carolyn.simon@hrc.org June 22, 2017 0

Earlier this month, thirteen-year-old Ahmed Jawish leant into a car to peddle gum and crackers from an Aleppo kerbside and something went terribly awry. The driver, a man wearing military fatigues, pulled out

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Vietnam wakes up to its human trafficking problem

Vietnam wakes up to its human trafficking problem

September 2, 2016 0

Human trafficking is on the rise in Vietnam, although poor crime statistics means the government doesn’t know exactly by how much.

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