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Free Albert Woodfox!

act.amnestyusa.org - I am writing to you with a simple ask - please ensure that the Louisiana authorities stop opposing "Angola 3" prisoner Albert Woodfox's release. As you know, U.S. District Judge James Brady ordered...

UNESCO World Heritage Centre - 39th session of the Committee

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whc.unesco.org - Watch previous days Provisional Timetable Provisional Agenda New Inscribed Properties by the Committee in Bonn The inscription of sites will continue through 5 July. Working documents can be consul...

The Sea Route to Europe

tracks.unhcr.org - A large majority of the thousands of people who made dangerous sea journeys across the Mediterranean into Europe in the first six months of 2015 were fleeing war, conflict or persecution. This make...

The Death Boats: A Survivor’s Tale

tracks.unhcr.org - Every day, I listen to stories of people fleeing for their lives, across dangerous borders and unfriendly seas to reach safety. The story of a young woman, Doaa, is so troubling it still keeps me a...

UNHCR's new biometrics system helps verify 110,000 Myanmar refugees in Thailand.

unhcr.org - THAM HIN CAMP, Thailand, June 30 (UNHCR) – The UN refugee agency has completed its roll-out of a cutting-edge system to identify Myanmar refugees in Thailand's nine border camps. Between January an...

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Our knowledge about the past shouldn't be restricted, says former UN free speech rapporteur - Index on Censorship

indexoncensorship.org - We should not be able to edit the past, says former UN free speech guru Freedom of expression is more in danger today than in 2008 because of “the right to be forgotten”, the United Nation’s former...

Why Consumers Should Care About Apple’s War on Big Data

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In Mauritania, women take charge of their own lives

undp.org - Launched in 1999 with just 11 members, the Foum Gleita cooperative in the south of Mauritania now has 84. Kadiata Thiam Diallo, 45 years old, is the woman behind this initiative and president of th...

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