When hundreds of Jewish nationalists marched through the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City this month, waving banners and chanting songs in what has become an annual ritual, it wasn’t only Muslims watching warily. Christians were, too.
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Hunting humans will become big business for the super wealthy within 100 years according to a leading British tourism expert.
The nightmare prediction comes from Daniel Wright, senior lecturer in tourism at the British University of Central Lancashire in a … Read the rest
Prince William will appear on the July cover of Attitude speaking out against homophobia, the first time a British royal has been photographed for the front of a gay publication, the magazine said on Wednesday.
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Airbnb’s motto — “Belong anywhere” — has become hard for many users to believe lately, since the company has gotten a lot of attention for the racist practices of some of its hosts. That’s why there are now two new … Read the rest
She is haunted daily by the image of the decapitated head of her 9-year-old son. Police asked Edna Cedrick to identify it after the boy, who had albinism, was snatched from her arms in a violent struggle.
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The Palestine Festival of Literature hosted its ninth gathering of literary gurus and the like who were invited to tour Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory.
The authors invited to the festival this year included Nobel Prize winner for literature, … Read the rest
In Asia cleanliness and dark skin are often incompatible and there is a history of cultural bias against people of dark skin.
A Chinese laundry detergent advertisement is currently causing widespread outrage online in some Western countries however and is … Read the rest
At least one person was reported killed Thursday as rallies across DR Congo against President Joseph Kabila turned violent, with police firing tear gas in the capital Kinshasa and the eastern city of Goma.
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The British journalist Rod Liddle has been suspended from the Labour Party for a racist blog post about antisemitism within the party.
Liddle has been called in for an interview as part of the party’s inquiry into antisemitism.
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British soldiers are training troops for regimes on the UK’s own human rights watchlist, including authoritarian states such as Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Burma and Bahrain.
Information released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) shows that since 2014 UK military personnel … Read the rest
Bomb blasts killed more than 100 people in the Syrian coastal cities of Jableh and Tartous on Monday, monitors said, in a government-controlled area that host Russian forces.
Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks in the Mediterranean cites that … Read the rest
The four girls were abducted by two men while leaving Sunday school at their Church in Kikambala in Kilifi. For a week the parents, neighbours and the police searched in vain. Then one of the bodies was discovered stashed in … Read the rest
Swedish is the language which is most studied in Sweden—because one in six residents in 2015 was born outside of Sweden, new figures from that online language course have revealed.
The Duolingo Swedish course is currently being used by 27 … Read the rest
Scandal has rocked the Israeli Diamond Exchange, home to one of the world’s largest trading floors of its kind.
The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has sent out a laboratory alert recalling 424 diamond grades. The diamonds were treated with … Read the rest