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80 million scars on world’s conscience

80 million forcibly displaced people by the end of 2019

Yemeni journalist Nabil Alosaidi

From the risk of death to the platforms to defend freedom of expression

« Je suis Charlie » : stop mobilization!

Is Charlie Hebdo attack new to social phenomena? What are the reasons behind Islamic terrorism? Is freedom of speech a western value? This article attempts to handle these tough questions by giving way to thinking outside the box into which mobilizers are forcefully pushing us.

Syrian freedom

The opinion of a Syrian citizen in Switzerland In 1963, Al Ba’ath party holds the command in Syria, and for around 50 years, Syria lost all the good things which had been achieved among years of being one of the first countries in the region which applied the democratic principles in its political life. It lost also the great tradition of having a lot of principles and techniques to rule the state correlating various and different parties.

Crossing death

I was a little bit lonely during the summer holidays, and maybe that’s why I was able to follow the London Olympics Games, from the opening ceremony up to the closing. The London Games were going to remain perfect in my mind, if not for the fact that a few days after the closure, I learned that the dream of a Somali athlete, Samia Yusuf Omar, had ended in the Mediterranean sea.

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