Daily Archives: August 23, 2016

South Sudan's children need to be students, not soldiers

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Three boys formally associated with armed forces pose for UNICEF photographer at a training centre run by UNICEF partner, INTERSOS, in southern Somalia. Photo: UNICEF Somalia/Rich

The world’s youngest nation, …

Deep house duo Blonde talk Craig David and touring the world ahead of Exeter’s Lockdown festival

They have collaborated with Craig David and took the charts by storm with “All Cried Out” – is there anything these boys can’t do?

Deep house duo Blonde will be returning to Exeter next month …

Soprano drug courier jailed after police see him burying stash on the outskirts of Exeter

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A drug courier who called himself Chris Soprano has been jailed after police spotted him trying to bury £2,700 worth of heroin and crack in woodland.

Christopher Nkongo fled when police arrived at

'All of humanity is part of this story,' UNESCO says on Day to remember slavery and its abolition

23 August 2016 – The courage of the men and women who in August 1791 revolted against slavery in Haiti &#8220has created obligations for us,&#8221 the head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural …

Booby-trapped bicycles

Under the scorching midday sun and the rattle of heavy artillery and Kalashnikov fire, three men on the Libyan coast are deactivating mines with electricians’ pliers, clad in flak jackets and helmets that will do …