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Happy Women's Day

Today, March 8th, marks the 106th anniversary of International Women’s Day, a day that honors the fight for women's rights — to end hunger, poverty and domestic violence as well as fight for gender equality.

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Japan's Artificial Intelligence Debate

It is no secret that Japan’s population is getting older, but it’s not alone in facing a grey tsunami of ageing. By 2050, the number of people in the world aged over 60 is projected to reach 2bn. In order to overcome this issue, the country is investing heavily in artificial intelligence, hence the debate on the use of advanced robots at home and the workplace

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A Glimpse of Hope in Unpleasant Times

God is forgiving and merciful. Buddha is compassionate and Jesus Christ's teaching that one should turn one's cheek to the enemy suggest that those who are broad-minded shall be loved and remembered by the people. 

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Rise Above Hate

The first step towards change is awareness. The second step is acceptance. It is a great thing to aspire to. But, the most difficult part is actually doing it. Discussing Islam, Hinduism or Christianity with intolerant individuals means questioning their credibility.

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Reading Can Change Your Life Forever

Reading books remains one of the best ways to become a better person, engage with the world, and understand life’s questions, big and small. Most book lovers never go to bed alone.

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Syria: Forever in Our Hearts

In today’s modern world, no one dares to talk about sensitive issues. Ask anyone who has lost a loved one during this horrific year and they will tell you that they are fine. The problem is that darkness won’t go away easily during festivities.