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Young Nigerians find little to celebrate on this year’s “Democracy Day”

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By Festus Iyorah, Reporter, Youth Journalism International As Nigeria marked its 15th year of democratic rule with a national holiday this week, some of the nation’s…read more

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Pakistani youth ambassadors are “inspiration to all who feel helpless”

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Keegan and Elisa from the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab at John F. Kennedy High School in Silver Spring, Md., recently interviewed Khainat and Shazia,…read more

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Young Syrian Refugees Face Tough Conditions in Jordan’s Zaatari Camp

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Life is tough at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. This expanse of desert, which was not populated a year ago, is now home to…read more

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“How A Terrorist Attack in Kenya Changed My Career Aspirations”

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Militants from the al-Qaida-linked terrorist organization al-Shabab attacked the upscale Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, on September 21, 2013, leaving at least 67 dead. The…read more

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U.S. Should Be Wary of Repeating Iraq Mistakes

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As the U.S. and the international community deliberate on whether to use military force to punish Syrian President Bashar al Assad for his regime’s use…read more

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