Facebook denies censoring of conservative news

Facebook denies censoring of conservative news

SocialFlow CEO has stated that the social media platform did not suppress conservative political content The viral media scandal this week puts social media giant under public attention after Gizmodo quoted Facebook “routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative...
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Turmoil and violences in Burundi investigated

Turmoil and violences in Burundi investigated

According to UN data, 430 people were killed in Burundi after President Nkurinziza launched its political campaign The violences in Burundi leading to the death of hundreds of people will be investigated by the international war crimes court. The UN...
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Extended protest movements in France

Extended protest movements in France

The Place de la Republique in Paris was evacuated by the police earlier today, after vehement protests extended in other 60 cities The Nuit Debout movement, inspired by the 2011 Indignados movement in Spain, resulted as a consequence of the...
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Americans aim to teach politics courses in public schools

Americans aim to teach politics courses in public schools

In the middle of the presidential election season in the USA, a new project arises Parents and educators in the USA believe that political and civics discussions in public school classrooms can help children better understand the events in the...
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South African currency affects local politics

South African currency affects local politics

As the rand weakened against the dollar at the beginning of this week, political uncertainty rises after President Jacob Zuma was asked to resign his position The SA rand was trading at 14.7350 per dollar this week, which translates into...
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