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Philippines marks massacre anniversary with calls for justice

Philippines marks massacre anniversary with calls for justice

Relatives of 58 people slain in the Philippines' worst political massacre held a tearful vigil Saturday to mark a decade since the killings, voicing anger at the slow pace of justice.

Kazakhstan passes controversial media law

Kazakhstan passes controversial media law

Kazakhstan on Thursday pushed through a raft of controversial amendments to a media law despite concern that the new legislation will further limit freedom of speech in the tightly-controlled nation.

Malta pays respects to slain journalist at mass

Malta pays respects to slain journalist at mass

Politicians and dignitaries paid their respects on Monday at a mass for slain Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia -- though her family, which has accused the establishment of complicity in her death, was notably absent.

Mozilla and fact-checker engine join fight on fake news

Mozilla and fact-checker engine join fight on fake news

Mozilla, the non-profit which runs the Firefox internet browser, said Wednesday it was launching a drive against ‘fake news’ as fact-checking software backed by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar got its first run-out in public.

Pope Francis praises secular Sweden over asylum seekers

Pope Francis praises secular Sweden over asylum seekers

Pope Francis celebrated Mass on Tuesday for Sweden's tiny Catholic community, made up of many refugees and migrants, praising as ‘blessed’ those in this overwhelmingly non-religious nation who take in asylum seekers.

Tamm volunteer network launched

Tamm volunteer network launched

Tamm volunteer network was launched yesterday in Hamad Bin Khalifa University’s Student Centre.

Vodafone launches new roaming pack ahead of Eid

Vodafone launches new roaming pack ahead of Eid

A week after launching its Haj Roaming Pack, Vodafone yesterday introduced the Vodafone Passport Pack.