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Interesting Junior Gold Miner Tidbit

March 26th, 2019

It’s been a boring few years for gold miners in general and junior gold miners in particular. The metal has been in a trading range, capital has been relatively scarce, and major deals even scarcer. But under the surface things are bubbling, as a handful of emerging players put up good numbers and make their […]

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South-South Cooperation Now Triangulates with the North

March 24th, 2019

BUENOS AIRES, Mar 24 (IPS) – It sounds like a contradictory play on words, but the countries of the industrialised North are currently the big supporters of South-South cooperation, as was demonstrated at the United Nations Second High-Level Conference on this subject, held in the Argentine capital.

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A New Window for Delhi’s Migrant Women & Girls

March 24th, 2019

TORONTO, Mar 22 (IPS) – Marites Sison is Communications Officer at the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) When the most devastating flood in Bihar’s history came in 1987, Renu Devi recalled that the rampaging waters and landslides had swept away people who were sleeping, along with their beds.

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Climate Strike: Hundreds of Thousands United for the Planet’s Future

March 17th, 2019

ROME, Mar 16 (IPS) – Friday, Mar. 15, hundreds of thousands of young people across the world took to the streets to join the climate strike. “We are demonstrating today for our planet and for our future. This is the place where we and those who come after us will live,” Jennifer, a 16-year-old girl from Rome, the Italian capital, was one of those who opted to join the protests rather than attend school, told IPS.

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Central Banks Cave, Usher In The Crack-Up Boom

March 11th, 2019

This was going to be the year when the other big central banks joined the Fed in “normalizing” interest rates and reversing the past decade’s QE experiment. Instead, the other central banks blinked and went back to aggressive ease, and the Fed is following them. This is a very big deal. Let’s consider some before-and-after […]

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Millions of Venezuelans in Need of Protections

March 10th, 2019

UNITED NATIONS, Mar 09 (IPS) – The international community must extend protections for Venezuelans in light of a growing humanitarian crisis with no end in sight.

Human Rights Watch has urged governments in the Americas to provide temporary protection to the millions of Venezuelans fleeing a severe humanitarian crisis.

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International Women’s Day: Don’t Let Anyone Tell You How Far You Can Go

March 4th, 2019

BARCELONA, Mar 04 (IPS) – Leire Gurruchaga Iraola is Gender Specialist at Educo, described as a global development and humanitarian action NGO with over 25 years’ experience working to defend children and their rights, and especially the right to an equitable and quality education.The data – with its sexism and its gaps – shows us that many of the barriers girls experience are determined merely by their gender.

This inequality, present in all societies, is by far the most widespread bias. At Educo we are determined, like the women and girls we work with, to put a stop to this injustice. And not just on International Women’s Day March 8, but every day.

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Doing Business with Nature

March 3rd, 2019

UNITED NATIONS, Mar 02 (IPS) – As the environment continues to degrade and natural resources deplete at unprecedented rates, spelling disastrous consequences for societies, a new tool aims to bring financial institutions into the fight to protect nature.

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The Wall: Thirty Years Ago European Walls Were Destroyed, but Others Are Being Built

February 25th, 2019

STOCKHOLM / ROME, Feb 25 (IPS) – On January 25, 2017, the Trump administration signed Executive Order 13767, instructing the Government to begin new constructions and replacements of walls between the US and Mexico. From December 22, 2018 to January 25, 2019, the federal government was partially shut down due to President Trump’s declared intention to veto any spending bill that did not include $5 billion in funding for a border wall. It was with good reason the Congress withheld such an enormous sum of money. As the European experience indicates, building walls between countries has proven to be both obsolete and disastrous.

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De-radicalization and the Defeat of Isis: Radicalization Will Not Disappear by Itself

February 24th, 2019

GENEVA, Feb 23 (IPS) – The defeat of ISIS in Middle East and North African battlefields is now a reality. The terrorist group – which brought bereavement to the populations of the Arab region – has been defeated militarily in Iraq and in Syria.

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