rape
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When Rape Becomes Another Weapon of War

In late October, Radio Dabanga aka “ Rape Radio ”, a small radio station of Darfur, reported the rape of more than 200 women and girls in the village of Tabid. Albeit the atrocity of the event, the international focus shifted to the truthfulness of the news reported, since UNAMID, …

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enigma
CultureFront PageUK

A Break Through Enigma

Who is Alan Turing? Let’e break the enigma. Alan Turing, a British mathematician, cryptologist and the founder of modern computing has been lately celebrated in the film “The Imitation Game”; its fragility and arrogance have been brilliantly interpreted by Benedict Cumberbatch, who showed again his artistry to play the role …

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Cancer
Front PageScienceTechnology

Democracy of Cancer Detection

According to the statistics of the World Cancer Day 2013 7.6 million of the world population dies every year because of cancer. This is equal to the population of Switzerland. Today cancers are diagnosed through expensive and invasive methods that restrict people from getting preventive controls. This translates into a …

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Manon
CultureFront PageUK

Manon: Symbol of Humanity

“Manon: Kenneth MacMillan’s acclaimed tragic ballet is a modern masterpiece.” One of the perks of being a foreign student in London is having the opportunity to appreciate and live the city as a local. Part of the experience is inevitably going to theatre performances; this time I was pleased to …

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mile
EconomicsFront PageScience

The Last Mile Problem

You might be wondering what is the last mile problem? Summer is coming and I bet you are all stressing out! The bikini challenge is knocking on our doors and this means just one thing: diet. The problem when you start a diet is the last mile . It is …

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Europe
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Europe: Lost in transformation?

In February 2014 at the London Economic Symposium, an international economics and politics conference organized by students, professor Simon Anholt held an insightful talk regarding “Europe: Lost in transformation?” . Yes, youth unemployment rate in Greece hit 59% in 2013. Yes, in my beloved country, Italy, the debt to GDP reached 132% …

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