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UN chief calls for actions to stop online hate speech, extremism

UN chief calls for actions to stop online hate speech, extremism

“The online world is one of the main reasons that hate speech, extreme ideologies and misinformation are disseminating so fast around the world,” said the UN chief, calling on all those involved to do more to stop the spread, and set up enforceable “guardrails.”

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EU justice ministers discuss cooperation in fighting cross-border crime

“Organized crime has never posed such a threat to the EU and its citizens as it does today,” Sweden’s Minister for Justice Gunnar Strommer said in a press release. “This is particularly true in Sweden. Effective judicial cooperation is therefore crucial as we step up the fight against cross-border crime.”

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Global economy facing "turning point" amid challenges

Global economy facing “turning point” amid challenges

Under the theme “Cooperation in a Fragmented World,” the WEF’s 2023 annual meeting concluded here on Friday. The gathering came amid unprecedented global challenges such as high inflation, an energy crisis, climate change and geopolitical conflict.

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Six fallacies and truths about China's epidemic control

Six fallacies and truths about China’s epidemic control

However, some Western media ignore the facts, choosing instead to apply double standard and even spread misinformation, while making unwarranted accusations against China’s epidemic fight, confusing the public and misleading the world as a consequence. However, in the face of facts and data, these lies are evident and untenable.

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The bubble of prejudice versus the light of hope in China's COVID fight

The bubble of prejudice versus the light of hope in China’s COVID fight

In the eyes of some Westerners, the word “delicacy” represents numerous possibilities and considerable diversity: spaghetti, Kung Pao Chicken, tacos, and French fries, among others. Yet they refuse to accept the similar possibilities and potential for diversity embedded in the word “anti-pandemic.” Chances are, these people are the same ones who reject the fact that …

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At least 10 killed in twin bombings in central Somalia

At least 10 killed in twin bombings in central Somalia

Mahas District Commissioner Mumin Mohamed Halane said the attack targeted houses where government officials leading anti-terror operations in the Hiran region were staying, but only soldiers were inside at the time of the bombing.

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Strikes in Britain fueled by high inflation, take huge economic toll

Strikes in Britain fueled by high inflation, take huge economic toll

The first week of 2023 is marked by further strikes as workers of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union began their two 48-hour strikes from Tuesday and Friday and the train employees’ union Aslef has called strike for Thursday. Passengers, including those returning to work after the festive break, were warned to expect significant disruption as only a limited number of trains will run.

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Egyptians share good wishes for New Year after volatile 2022

Egyptians share good wishes for New Year after volatile 2022

“I hope it will be a year of well-being and peace for the region and the entire world. I also hope our businesses will flourish again,” said Mohamed Saleh, owner of a restaurant in the Al-Hussein neighborhood near Khan El-Khalili bazaar in the Egyptian capital Cairo.

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World leaders extend New Year greetings, hoping for peace, prosperity

“I congratulate the great people of Egypt and the peoples of the whole world on the new year. I pray to God Almighty that it be a year of prosperity, love and peace and that we continue our work in building the future of Egypt with a spirit of challenge, persistence and determination, and that peace prevails among the peoples of the whole world. Happy New Year,” Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi tweeted on Saturday.

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