Today 12 December
ABC NewsNelson Mandela's funeral: Interpreter's 'gibberish was hurtful to world's deaf'Daily News & AnalysisA mystery South African man who acted as a sign-language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service was a "fraud" who simply made "childish hand gestures" for hours as he stood on stage. Deaf groups say the man, who has not yet been identified, ...Manhunt launched for fake sign interpreter at Mandela's memorial serviceThe Star OnlineFake interpreter at Mandela memorial embarrasses South African authoritiesThe Globe and MailManhunt launched for bogus interpreter at Mandela's memorial serviceNew Straits TimesIrish Examiner -NEWS.com.au (blog) -Irish Independentall 563 news articles »
AFPEthiopian-born Israeli lawmaker spurned at blood-collection driveAl Jazeera AmericaRoughly 2,000 Israelis of Ethiopian origin stage a rally against racism in the southern Israeli town of Kiryat Malachi on Jan. 10, 2012, seeking to highlight racial discrimination in their country. Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images. The speaker of Israel's ...Blood donation collectors thrown out of Israeli parliamentThe Star OnlineMagen David Adom donation stand thrown out of Knesset for discouraging ...Jerusalem PostEthiopian-Israeli lawmaker's rejection as blood donor has Knesset seeing redJewish Telegraphic AgencyAFPall 24 news articles »
The HinduUS raps India on SC cop-out on gay sexTimes of IndiaWASHINGTON: The Obama administration on Wednesday came out sharply against the Indian Supreme Court's decision that has led to re-criminalizing gay sex, and urged New Delhi to advance freedom, including rights for LGBTs. There was no ducking the ...Aamir Khan disappointed with Supreme Court verdict on homosexualityIndian ExpressIsn't this an irony in the land of Khajuraho & Kamasutra?: Onir on Supreme Court ...Daily News & AnalysisBad in law? Question marks over SC ruling against gay sexHindustan TimesBloomberg -New York Times -IBNLiveall 989 news articles »
New York TimesThai Prime Minister Facing Leadership Questions Old and NewNew York TimesBANGKOK — When Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's former high school teachers learned she had become Thailand's first female prime minister, they were concerned. Related. Thai Premier Rejects Demands That She Quit (December 11, 2013) ...Thai crisis deepens as PM's supporters weigh inswissinfo.chThailand crisis deepens as PM's supporters weigh inArab NewsCompromise is crucial to resolve Thailand's political stand-offSouth China Morning Postall 257 news articles »
AFPThe Toll From Three Deadly DiseasesNew York TimesInternational health agencies at the United Nations have documented enormous gains made over the past decade to curb three devastating diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. Despite this great progress, there is still a big gap between what's been ...Health leaders concerned by resistance to anti-malaria drugsLos Angeles Times3.3 mn saved globally by anti-malaria efforts: WHOBusiness StandardMalaria control efforts have saved 3.3 million since 2000, WHO saysThe Globe and MailABC Online -Channel News Asiaall 110 news articles »
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