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Eoin Morgan has been a game-changer who merits a chance to go out his own way

One of Napoleon’s favourite generals, the glamorous, reckless Joachim Murat, was famous for riding into battle ahead of his cavalry regiment carrying nothing but a

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Big Brother is Watching You– as Electronic Surveillance Dominates Lives

UNITED NATIONS, Oct 22 (IPS) – The British novelist George Orwell’s “1984” characterized a dystopian society where people were restricted from independent thought and were victims of constant surveillance.

Published in 1949, it was a prophecy of the future with the underlying theme: “Big Brother is Watching You”

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Artist Asks Uncomfortable Questions at Paris Fair

PARIS, Oct 22 (IPS) – How does injustice make you feel? Do you see yourself as a perpetrator, or as a victim? Is there any such thing as neutrality? These are some of the questions that Dorian Sari asks through artwork, which includes blurry photographs with violently shattered glass frames.

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Grabbed

MADRID, Oct 22 (IPS) – “Imagine that the land your family has worked for generations is suddenly stripped away from you, purchased by wealthy companies or governments to produce food or bio-fuels or simply as a profitable investment for other people, often far away. You watch on helplessly as vast tracts of land are cleared for mono-culture crops and rivers are polluted with run-off and chemicals.”

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Conditions worsen for stranded migrants along Belarus-EU border

At least eight people have died along the border between Belarus and the European Union, where multiple groups of asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants have been stranded for weeks in increasingly dire conditions. 

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Libyan Government plan needed to end ‘dire situation’ of asylum seekers, refugees

The Libyan government must immediately address the dire situation of asylum-seekers and refugees, in a humane manner, consistent with international human rights law, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday. 

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Namibia dash Ireland’s hopes to reach T20 World Cup Super 12s

Namibia reached the Super 12 stage at the T20 World Cup for the first time with an eight-wicket victory over Ireland, who crashed out of

Cricket Sports

England v India Test rescheduled and South Africa series adjusted

The postponed fifth match of the Test series between England and India has been rescheduled and will now take place at Edgbaston in July 2022.

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We Heard Public Development Banks, but Will They Have the Guts to Deliver?

PARIS, Oct 22 (IPS) – Public development banks have committed to ramp up action to tackle climate change, to protect biodiversity, to promote human rights, to align their investments with the SDGs and the Paris Agreement, and to create spaces of dialogue with civil society, farmers, indigenous peoples, and communities affected by the projects that they, as banks, finance.

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