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Africa Center for Strategic Studies – Media Review, 26 September 2011

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Africa Center for Strategic Studies – Media Review, 26 September 2011

Charity bosses’ salaries exceed €100k | Irish Examiner

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Charity bosses’ salaries exceed €100k | Irish Examiner.

AN Irish Examiner survey of the pay packages earned by the heads of leading charities shows most are on salaries ranging from €100,000 to €150,000.

Recession has brought loss and deprivation but inequality has fallen

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Recession has brought loss and deprivation but inequality has fallen.

THE PROFOUND impact of the Great Depression of the 1930s on poverty drove the subsequent expansion of social protection systems and welfare states in the richer countries after the second World War. The international economic crisis since 2007 has been widely labelled as the “Great Recession”, but the effects on poverty and income inequality have been much more muted so far, as shown in a new study of 21 OECD countries…

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Women in Saudi Arabia get vote

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Women in Saudi Arabia get vote.

Hamas calls Netanyahu’s defense of Gaza blockade ‘criminal’ – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News

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Hamas calls Netanyahu’s defense of Gaza blockade ‘criminal’ – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News.

Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh slammed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday, saying that his defense of Israel’s blockade of the Gaza Strip in his address to the United Nations General Assembly on Friday was “criminal”, according to a Ma’an News Agency report.

EU border agency accused of mistreating migrants

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EU border agency accused of mistreating migrants.

THE EU authorities have brushed off claims by human rights campaigners that European agencies are responsible for exposing migrants to “degrading” conditions in Greek detention centres.  New York-based campaign group Human Rights Watch criticised the work of the EU external border enforcement agency Frontex, which was deployed on Greece’s border with Turkey last year amid concern that the flow of migrants was overwhelming the Greek authorities.  In a new report, Human Rights Watch said Frontex was exposing migrants to “inhuman” conditions because people it apprehended were being kept in overcrowded detention centres…

1,000 primary teachers out of work due to cutbacks, says INTO

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1,000 primary teachers out of work due to cutbacks, says INTO.

THERE WAS a 7.6 per cent rise in the number of births registered in the Republic during the first three months of 2011, according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office.  Overall, 19,950 births were officially registered in the first quarter, the highest number since records began in 1960.  Of the births recorded, 10,221 were boys and 9,729 girls…

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