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Man alleges homophobic assault by Shoprite security guard

A man claims to have been physically and verbally assaulted by a security guard in Site C’s Shoprite. By Ashleigh Furlong Capetown, SA - Thando Dyamara,...

US Mayors address top priorities

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Conference of Mayors in partnership with The Boston University Initiative on Cities, with the support of Citi, today released the...

Solar Power Keeps the Midnight Oil Burning at the University of...

By Kizito Makoye Dodoma, Tanzania - Power cuts wreak havoc on most lives, but when you have an exam the next day and you have...

China Expands Reach with Military Base in East Africa

By Mario Ritter China plans to build its first overseas military base in the east African nation of Djibouti. Experts say the move is part of...

Japan and India sign bullet train deal amid closer ties

India has agreed to buy a high-speed bullet train from Japan, in an attempt to transform its creaking rail system. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said...

More Mexicans Leaving US Than Are Arriving

By Dora Mekouar More Mexicans are leaving the United States than are arriving, according to an analysis from the Pew Research Center. Government data from both...

Gay Army Secretary Nominee Steps Aside, Citing GOP Delay

By Nathan James Eric Fanning, nominated by President Obama in September as the first openly gay Secretary of the Army, has "temporarily" stepped aside as...

IS Executes Journalist Who Wrote About Life in Syrian City

The Islamic State group has executed what is believed to be the first female citizen journalist for reporting inside its territory, Syrian activists reported. Ruqia...

A gay Muslim speaks: Why I left radical Islamism

How I came out as gay & rejected superstition & intolerance By Sohail Ahmed London, UK -  I was born into a practising and very devout...

Scores Killed In Paris Terror Attacks

  By Nathan James At least a hundred people have lost their lives today, as a wave of terrorist attacks swept through Paris, France, and officials...