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60% Australian Voters Worry About Fake News Affecting Election

“Fake news and disinformation threatens our democracy and it is an ongoing challenge for which there is no quick fix. Indeed it’s an area where simplistic solutions can be problematic,” Ms Rowland told News Corp said.

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Rohingya in Saudi Arabia Jail

Revealed: Saudi Arabia Torturing Rohingya Detainees

Saudi Arabia is torturing hundreds of Rohingya detainees to force them to end a hunger strike they have staged to oppose their indefinite detention or potential deportation from the Persian Gulf Arab kingdom, a report says. According to a report by the Middle East Eye on Wednesday, some 650 male

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi - Egypt News

Egypt Holds Referendum On Changing Its Constitution

Supporters argue that President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has stabilized Egypt and needs more time to complete crucial economic reforms. Critics say they fear that the changes will further limit the space for dissent after a wide-ranging security crackdown.

Political Quotes

Mmusi Maimane - South Africa News

Mmusi Maimane Political Quote: ‘I Confirm President Ramaphosa Failed to Declare Conflict of Interest Between Himself, His Son Andile’

“The DA will punish corruption with 15 years in prison, not reward it with another 5 years in the Presidency. South Africans have the power to bring this change at the ballot boxes on 8 May.”

Hillary Clinton - USA Politics News Today

‘We Deserve to See Mueller Report’ – Hillary Clinton Political Quote

“One of the things that I did as a very young lawyer was work on the impeachment staff of the House Judiciary Committee in 1974, investigating Richard Nixon,” said Clinton. “We deserve to see the Mueller report, and if there is material that, for whatever reason, should not be shared publicly, it should be shared with the Congress,”

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Africa

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi - Egypt News

Egypt Holds Referendum On Changing Its Constitution

Supporters argue that President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has stabilized Egypt and needs more time to complete crucial economic reforms. Critics say they fear that the changes will further limit the space for dissent after a wide-ranging security crackdown.

Asia

Xi Jinping on Belt and Road - Silk Road - China News

Belt and Road Not ‘Geopolitical Tool’ Or Debt Crisis For Participating Nations – China Says

China’s Belt and Road project is not a “geopolitical tool” or a debt crisis for participating nations, but Beijing welcomes constructive suggestions on how to address concerns over the initiative, the government’s top diplomat said on Friday. Beijing will host a Belt and Road summit next week which 37 foreign

Europe

Lyra McKee - Northern Ireland News

The Bullet That Killed Lyra McKee

“Unfortunately at 11 o’clock last night a gunman appeared and fired a number of shots towards the police and a young woman, Lyra McKee, 29 years old, was wounded” and later died, Police Service of Northern Ireland Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton told journalists on Friday.

MidEast

Rohingya in Saudi Arabia Jail

Revealed: Saudi Arabia Torturing Rohingya Detainees

Saudi Arabia is torturing hundreds of Rohingya detainees to force them to end a hunger strike they have staged to oppose their indefinite detention or potential deportation from the Persian Gulf Arab kingdom, a report says. According to a report by the Middle East Eye on Wednesday, some 650 male

Oceania

Fake News Headlines

60% Australian Voters Worry About Fake News Affecting Election

“Fake news and disinformation threatens our democracy and it is an ongoing challenge for which there is no quick fix. Indeed it’s an area where simplistic solutions can be problematic,” Ms Rowland told News Corp said.