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Domestic Violence and Women's Vulnerability to HIV in Uganda
Customs such as the payment of "bride price" (payment made by a man to the family of ... The real names of women who provided accounts of their experiences with domestic violence and HIV/AIDS are not ... read more
"We Are Going to Burn You Alive!"
Peace is peace at any cost, at any price. Such an attitude is a pure and simple ... push and pull me hard across the ground ... one of them said 'We are going to burn you alive!'" Another man in ... read more
Child benefit cut: No such thing as an easy reform
When we see the details we'll be able to judge how far Mr Duncan Smith has avoided the pitfalls, and how far benefits are to be cut to make the numbers up. But the government ... on extra ... read more
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Can Pakistan’s ISI sever ties with Taliban?
But can you force a country to act against its self-interest ... another one of America’s allies is not going to act against its core interest, he says. You can tell Pakistan to stop helping the ... read more
A modest proposal to deter asylum seekers
It is a melancholy object, the washed up body of the refugee ... It matters little ... the asylum seekers will die out of Australian sight. There will be no domestic upheaval and wringing of hands. ... read more
State-Sponsored Homophobia and its Consequences in Southern Africa
Sam Nujoma, president of Namibia, took up the cry almost immediately ... we made sacrifices for the liberation of this country and we are not going to allow individuals with alien practices such as ... read more
Who loses if Scotland goes it alone?
He told FactCheck: “All the expectations are that we are now past peak oil, so the world is now using more oil than it is discovering each year, and therefore the price will go up. That suggests ... ... read more
Stories for October 2015
A JURY on Friday evening returned a unanimous not guilty verdict for the second of two half-brothers who stood trial over the beating death of a man in 2011. A MAN was arraigned in Magistrates Court ... read more
Assessing a "Public Option" for Health Care
We've seen the same unsatisfactory, unacceptable result, in state after state after state after state after state, why mess up the whole country with it?” Recently, policy analyst Anthony Randazzo of ... read more
Cost of labour tops retailers' shopping list
"You can go ... cost of labour. Myer CEO Bernie Brookes is blaming the company's annual profit slump, in large part, on the $11 million in higher wages he's had to fork out under the Fair Work Act. Mr ... read more
Question of Scottish MPs
How would it work? That is the question I have yet to see asked or answered by the Tory Scot who represents an English seat who's arguing that Scottish MPs (and remember he means MPs for Scottish ... read more
Stories for March 2017
THE Department of Immigration has investigated allegations that Chinese nationals who entered the country to construct the $3.5bn Baha Mar resort had their passports and work permits withheld in ... read more