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#Paidmedia – The Strangest post of the Millennium

 Arunabh Saikia | May 23, 2014 in  Now that the spectacle of the decade (or at least the last 5 years) is over, who covered it best? “Fake journalist Jason Jones”, according to a report published by the Noida-based daily Millennium… Continue Reading →

Fight CNN’s Pro-Nuke Propaganda– Sign Petition #mustshare

Network to air one-sided advocacy for nuclear power October 25, 2013 On November 7, CNN will air the pro-nuclear power documentary Pandora’s Promise. The film tells one side of the nuclear debate, profiling a few people who were once critical of the nuclear… Continue Reading →

Colorado Schools says women should urinate or vomit to deter a rapist #WTFnews #Vaw

By Lateef Mungin, CNN February 20, 2013 — Updated 2226 GMT (0626 HKT) (CNN) — A Colorado school has caused a stir with an advisory that suggested women could urinate or vomit to deter a rape. The list of 10 tips by the… Continue Reading →

Protests erupt in Bangladesh after war-crimes verdict

By Farid Ahmed for CNN February 7, 2013 — U Dhaka, Bangladesh (CNN) — Outraged by a court verdict they considered too lenient, thousands of people took to the streets across Bangladesh on Wednesday demanding the death penalty for an Islamic… Continue Reading →

India’s Cash Transfers for the Poor Face Early Hurdles #UID #Aadhaar

      By AMOL SHARMA   DOHAKATU, India—Officials in this impoverished eastern Indian village have a message for local residents: the government wants to give you a bank account and plop money in it—now.   India is embarking on… Continue Reading →

Jerrit G John , you are Scum Bag #acidattack #Vaw #justice

By- Kamayani Bali Mahabal  , Nov 12, 2012  Jerrit G  John,  you are  Scum Bag Throwing  acid to disfigure a woman’s  face ‘ How dare a woman rejects you” ?  Isn’t, this behind your shameful Act  ? A man of… Continue Reading →

Suspect’s sister apologizes for shooting of Malala

Source: Independent | Andrew Buncombe The sister of a man suspected of being involved in the shooting of the Pakistani teenage activist Malala Yousafzai has apologised for the attack, saying her brother has brought shame upon the family. In an… Continue Reading →

Congolese women graduate from inaugural rape survival class

By Faith Karimi, CNN Jan 29 (CNN) — An inaugural group of Congolese women graduated Saturday from a gender violence survivors program in the nation’s east, where armed rebels roam the hills and rape residents. Eastern Congo residents — including… Continue Reading →

Cameroon Rape Victims Confront Legal Gauntlet

By Irene Zih Fon, January 25, 2012 Rape victims in Cameroon can get medical treatment at hospitals and file a police report to set a case in motion, but providing evidence to prove that rape occurred can be difficult. Others… Continue Reading →

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