A test of our collective conscience

The refugee challenge foremost is a crisis of solidarity

BAN KI-MOON, Sep 18 2018

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Myanmar’s assault on a truthful press

It breaks a basic promise of democracy: the rule of law based on facts

STEPHEN J. ADLER, Sep 18 2018

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The dangers of digital activism

As a Saudi Arabian woman who has lived most of her life under one of the last surviving absolute monarchies in the world, the closest I have come to experiencing democracy has been in challenging the status quo through my tweets.

MANAL AL-SHARIF, Sep 18 2018

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Malnutrition reality

A new annual UN report, State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, warns that global hunger is rising to alarming levels last witnessed a decade ago.

DAWN, Sep 18 2018

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A scar on Nepal

After two girls were attacked with acid in Rautahat, the issue has come to spotlight again (‘Teen girl’s life hangs by a thread after acid attack’, Page 1, September 17). An acid attack is a brutal weapon of violence against women.

Sep 18 2018

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Beyond the law

The rape and murder case of Nirmala Pant makes a mockery of the rule of law

Shreya Paudel, Sep 18 2018

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Stirring up a hornet’s nest

Oli has shown himself as a dreadful ‘queen’ hornet sitting at the centre of everything

ACHYUT WAGLE, Sep 18 2018

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