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Budapest: ‘Slave Law’ Protests Become Violent | Politics

  Sunday’s protest has been the forth day of the demonstrations against the so-called “slave law” made by the Hungarian government.   On Wednesday, right-wing nationalist prime minister Viktor Orban has promoted a new labour law that allows employers to request workers for 400 hours of overtime a year.   A previous Hungarian law had permitted employers to ask for[…]

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Rape Survivors Fight Against Victim-Blaming In Beirut, Lebanon | Politics

  Manal Issa walks overwhelmed through the streets of Beirut, crying and saying that she has been raped. She wears a mini skirt and an unbuttoned top. This was a social experiment and Manal is an actress. The people were unaware of the hidden cameras and that this was a test. But their reactions were shocking.     Some people[…]

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The Worst Primary Schools In England Have Been Revealed | Politics

  The Government have revealed the worst primary schools in England, and exactly 364 state-funded schools have not met the floor standard for performance this year.   It has also been revealed that 49% of children from lower income families are not reaching the grades they are expected to, whilst a whopping 70% of higher income family’s children are. The[…]

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Yemen: Ceasefire Agreed For Key Port City Of Hodeidah | Politics

  Today (December 13) in Sweden, Yemen’s warring parties have agreed to ceasefire in the port city of Hodeidah as it serves as an important lifeline for about 18 million civilians. This meeting has been marked one of the first major peace talks in two years.   United Nations chief Antonio Guterres has stated that the troops will withdraw from[…]

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Six Migrants Rescued From Boat In Dover Shipping Lane | Politics

  On early Tuesday morning, six migrants were rescued from a sinking dinghy in the world’s busiest shipping lane, the Dover Strait. The five men and woman were brought to the shore of Dover.   The Home Office has said in a statement: “Border Force was contacted by the coastguard at around 3am on Tuesday, December 11. A Border Force[…]

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