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Save the Children report says 1.2bn children at risk Over half of world's children 'at risk'

The charity's second End of Childhood index says more than 1.2 billion children face these threats, with 153 million facing all three


North Koreans dare to criticise 'vampire leader' North Koreans dare to criticise 'vampire leader'

In North Korea, where leader Kim Jong-un has almost godlike status, to question him out loud is for many unthinkable


Carlo Cottarelli: Italy president names stop-gap PM Italy president names stop-gap PM

Italy, the EU's fourth-biggest economy, has been without a government since elections in March because no political group can form a majority


Italy's populists are blocked as 'political referee' waves the red card Italy's 'political referee' waves red card

"Membership of the euro is a fundamental choice for the future of our country and our young people," the President adds


The story barely reported by Indian media The story barely reported by Indian media

Cobrapost claims to have revealed a deeply engrained bias towards the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) within many of India's leading media groups


Inequality in India can be seen from outer space

Inequality in India can be seen from outer space

Most of India is dark at night because there is little economic activity going on


Will name it ‘Survival’ if any film made on Rohingya kids: Priyanka Will name it ‘Survival’ if any film made on Rohingya kids: Priyanka

The Goodwill Ambassador of Unicef, feels so blessed after visiting Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar and meeting helpless Rohingya children


Rohingya children caring a responsibility for all: Priyanka Rohingya children caring a responsibility for all: Priyanka

“The whole world has to care and take action. Child is a child. It’s a responsibility for all. These children have nothing,” Priyanka Chopra says


Detained Saudi women driving campaigners branded traitors Detained Saudi women driving campaigners branded traitors

Pro-government media outlets have splashed their photos online and on newspapers, accusing them of betrayal and of being traitors


Australian PM wishes a peaceful Ramadan for Muslims Australian PM wishes a peaceful Ramadan for Muslims

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday wished all those observing this holy month a…


Hidden Cost of Grade Mania Hidden Cost of Grade Mania

The way students have been evaluated four or five decades back was quite different in comparison to today’s world


Meghan joining the royal family is a big moment for Britain Meghan joining the royal family is a big moment for Britain

The burning question on every royal watcher's lips was: "Who would snare Britain's most eligible bachelor?" The answer took everyone by surprise


Nawaz Sharif's Mumbai attacks interview ignites firestorm Pakistan being isolated internationally: Sharif

Hours after the NSC's meeting, Sharif doubles down on his position, saying Pakistan is being isolated internationally due to its reputation


Mother Is another Word for Love Mother Is another Word for Love

The International Mother’s Day is being celebrated or observed on this day in different countries of the world


Japan's single women a burden on the state, MP says Japan's single women a burden!

LDP party MP Kanji Kato says that when he gives wedding speeches he tells the bride and bridegroom to produce at least three children

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