Category: change

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Will Tunisia’s municipal elections swap one thing?

Tunisians will head to the polls on May 6 to vote in the country’s first free municipal elections since the removal of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali and his government in 2011. Having been postponed four times, the elections come as a relief to many Tunisians who, at times, have seen some of the most basic services…

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MEK’s violent previous looms over US lobby for regime substitute in Iran

On June 28, 1981, a huge explosion ripped through the headquarters of Iran’s ruling Islamic Republic Party, killing at least 74 government officials, including the country’s chief justice, Ayatollah Mohammed Beheshti and more than 20 parliament members, gathered that Sunday evening in southern Tehran. Iran blamed the attack on the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK), a leftwing political…

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We now uncover to commerce the formulation we talk about local weather commerce

In a January 19 article about the impacts of climate change in Bangladesh, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof describes a coastal island on the verge of disappearance and farmers forced to “marry off” their underage daughters as a result of losses linked to sea level rise. This dystopic imaginary of Bangladesh in the time of climate change…

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In Fiji, villages contain to pass consequently of climate alternate

Vunidogoloa, Fiji – Just a few metres from the shoreline, a slab of concrete indicates where Sailosi Ramatu’s home once stood. The headman of Vunidogoloa village was born here in 1960 on a river estuary in Natewa Bay, on Fiji’s second-largest island, Vanua Levu. Today, all that remains of his childhood home is the concrete bathroom…