The Week in the Stories Around the Globe

Taliban Suspend University Education for Women in Afghanistan

KALAKAN, AFGHANISTAN – FEBRUARY 23: Afghan women and girls wait in line to be treated at the Kalakan health clinic February 23,2003 in Kalakan, Afghanistan. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

The Taliban government has suspended university education for all female students in Afghanistan, the latest step in its brutal clampdown on the rights and freedom of women.

#Taliban #Afghanistan #WomensRightsAreHumanRights

Selling a war: Report exposes how German media stirs up militancy in society and works to prevent negotiations with Russia

These organizations and the journalists who work for them seem to have a forever war to sell. For that to happen, the Western public apparently cannot be allowed to know it’s possible to achieve peace by alternative means to death and destruction. It is also necessary, it appears, to mislead Europeans about the consequences of the conflict for their own economies and personal lives, as the University of Mainz study proves.

#Ukraine️ #RussiaUkraineWar #Germany #propaganda

Powerful Tunisian trade union calls for postponement of vote

“I was expecting that after low turnout, the president would say that he received the message and admit that the path was wrong … but he is going ahead with his plan,” Noureddine Taboubi, the head of the UGTT, said.

#UnionsForAll #Tunisia #Election #Africa

Identical Twins Raised Separately In The US And Korea Have Massive IQ Difference

The pair also shared aspects of their medical histories, with both having undergone surgery to remove tumors from their ovaries. However, the twins differed with regard to their culturally imprinted ideologies, with the US-raised sibling demonstrating a more individualist outlook while the sister raised in Korea had more collectivist values.

#Twins #personality #Science #SouthKorea

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