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AJA calls to ensure safety of journalists covering war in Ukraine

AJA calls to ensure safety of journalists covering war in Ukraine

SEOUL: Following reports that several journalists and media professionals have been killed as they were covering the war in Ukraine since February 24, the Asia Journalists Association is alarmed and saddened by such negative developments. 1. AJA calls on all parties involved to guarantee the safety of all journalists and media workers covering the events […]

Kyrgyzstan’s nature, culture wows Dubai EXPO 2020 visitors

Kyrgyzstan’s nature, culture wows Dubai EXPO 2020 visitors

BISHKEK: EXPO 2020 in Dubai will end soon, on March 31. Kyrgyzstan participated in the EXPO by opening its pavilion on 115 squаre meters among other 200 countries participating in it. To date, more than 20 million people have visited EXPO 2020. According to data of standist of the Kyrgyz pavilion Talasbek Alybaev, an average […]

War: Displacement, suffering and misery

War: Displacement, suffering and misery

By Dr. Hassan Humeida   Kiel, Germany: There is no good news here on Earth right now. Every day there is only frustrating and sad news instead. These are as a result of the raging war with all its atrocities: fear, anxiety, flight, misery, death and destruction. The supply for the affected people with food […]

Poetry, music in the ancient city of Babylon

Poetry, music in the ancient city of Babylon

Alireza during his participation in the festival By Alireza Bahrami BABYLON: Coinciding with World Poetry Day and surrounding days, the Babylon International Poetry and Music Festival was held in the ancient region of the Hanging Gardens and the Ishtar Gate of Babylon. During this edition of the festival, Alireza Bahrami and Hamidreza Shekarsari from Iran […]

World Journalists Conference: A history of excellence in communication, deep analyses

World Journalists Conference: A history of excellence in communication, deep analyses

SEOUL: The tenth World Journalists Conference (WJC) will be held in April amid high anticipation of speeches and presentations that will continue a now well-established tradition of addressing pertinent issues and thinking collectively of solutions and options. World Journalists Conference (WJC 2022) will discuss o the status of fact checking by global journalism and media self-regulatory […]

The deep scars that war leaves forever

The deep scars that war leaves forever

A view of Flander’s Field in Belgium. What was once a forest has been pulverized by countless artillery strikes from heavy guns (Historyplace) By Dr. Hassan Humeida Kiel, Germany: In wars, there are only losers and no winners. This applies to the so-called vanquished as well as to victors who celebrate a victory and celebrate […]

World Journalists Conference 2022 to discuss fact checking, the impact of journalists on society

World Journalists Conference 2022 to discuss fact checking, the impact of journalists on society

SEOUL: High-profile journalists from across the globe will participate in a conference in the Korean capital Seoul and deliver speeches and hold debates over two days. The World Journalists Conference (WJC 2022), held annually by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK) will discuss on April 25 the status of fact checking by global journalism and […]

Trouvaille, a travel anthology of travels, vistas and editorial

Trouvaille, a travel anthology of travels, vistas and editorial

Authors By Sreetanwi Chakraborty, Editor, Trouvaille New Delhi: The onslaught of the worldwide pandemic has clearly revealed a strong yet suspicious binary: One, what the world was before the pandemic, and two, what the world is after the pandemic. Across the serrated passages of time, the gongs and the old church bells, cityscapes, waves of […]

The Ugly Face of War – Nothing New

The Ugly Face of War – Nothing New

Face of War, 1941, by Salvador Dali By Dr. Hassan Humeida KIEL, GERMANY: Instead of waking up in peace, we wake up in horror. Instead of waking up to a laughing sun, we wake up to deafening cacophonies. Instead of waking up to birds singing, we wake up to loud explosions. We wake up when […]

Kazakhstan President: Moving from ‘Super-Presidential’ model to ‘Presidential republic with strong parliament’

Kazakhstan President: Moving from ‘Super-Presidential’ model to ‘Presidential republic with strong parliament’

Tokayev addressing the parliament (Kazinfo) NUR-SULTAN: Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has called for changing the distribution of power from the office of the presidency to a strong parliament. This can be achieved through enhancing the power and responsibilities of the parliament, Tokayev said in his state of the nation address at the joint session of […]

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