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Malala’s message needs to be heard by men and boys

In Australia, it seems that every day we are regaled with stories or allegations of men behaving badly towards women. Actors Geoffrey Rush and Craig McLachlan. Footballer Jarryd Hayne. Senator Barry O’Sullivan’s staffer. Pollies Luke Foley and Andrew Broad. Most men are decent human beings but I’m not sure that’s …

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Nobel Prize laureate inspires Samoan women

The recent visit of world-renowned education activist and Nobel Prize laureate, Malala Yousafzai, to Australia has inspired many Samoan women. Presented by leading Australian business events provider, The Growth Faculty, which was part of their Women World Changers series, Liza Moscatelli, a half Samoan living in Sydney, had the …

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Two Taliban commanders arrested

KARACHI   –  Police claimed to have arrested two commanders of banned militant outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Swat in the Bahadurabad area on Friday. The arrested commanders of the banned militant outfit were identified as Rehmat Ali Shah alias Qari Sahib and Sabir Shah alias Mullah. According to district East SSP Ghulam Azfar …

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The Marine Corps, Counterinsurgency, and America’s Answer to the French Foreign Legion

The Marine Corps, Counterinsurgency, and America’s Answer to the French Foreign Legion Michael Gladius In the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (Senate Bill 2987), Congress has proposed reorganizing America’s armed forces. Under the new model, the Army will handle conventional warfare, while the Marine Corps will handle counterinsurgencies. This reorganization …

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Two TTP commanders arrested from Bahadurabad

KARACHI: The Karachi Police on Friday arrested two commanders of TTP (banned organization) from Bahadurabad area of the city. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) East Capt. (R) Ghulam Azfar Mahesar talking to APP claimed that accused namely Rehmat Ali Shah alias Qari Sahab and Sabir Shah alias Mullah belonged to …

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