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By Lidia Kelly MELBOURNE, Oct 8 (Reuters) – A Catholic bishop in New Zealand has resigned after a church body investigated a young woman’s complaint against him regarding “unacceptable behaviour of a sexual nature”, a top church official has said. Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Bishop Charles Drennan of Palmerston North, Cardinal John Dew, […]

By Emma Batha LONDON, Oct 7 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As a teenager growing up in Lebanon Maha Mamo lived in constant terror of checkpoints, but her only crime was to be born stateless. With no documents to prove who she was, Mamo feared she could be arrested and locked up indefinitely. Like other stateless […]

Serial Internet entrepreneur and computer programmer Chidi Nwaogu has won the 2019 Young Leaders Award in the “Media and Entertainment” category with the works he’s doing at Publiseer, a digital content distribution platform for independent African writers and musicians. After rigorous evaluation by the Panel of Judges, the Young Leaders Team announced Chidi Nwaogu as the winner.  […]

By Sebastien Malo NIAMEY, Oct 7 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Abdulaziz, Aminatu, Absatu, Abdulmanaf. Fahad. And, well, also Mansour. They are the names Zeinab Garba has in mind for any future children she has. But for now the mother of two has decided to set aside plans for more offspring by using a contraceptive, to […]

Jesús Morán is a stay-at-home father You might think that a gay stay-at-home dad in London, one of the most diverse cities in the world, would be surrounded by other dads in a similar situation. I sure did, but unfortunately, it can be as lonely in this city, as it is in many others around […]

JOHANNESBURG, 4 October 2019 — Animal protection organisations Humane Society International/Africa and FOUR PAWS South Africa join forces this World Animal Day with a roaring call to protect lions in South Africa from tourist exploitation. The organisations are urging travellers, travel guides and tour operators to fight lion exploitation by refusing to participate in or promote […]

Monica Ogah auditioned for the fourth edition of Project Fame West Africa in August 2011. As a prize for the victory, Ogah received a recording contract with Ultima Studios while being managed by Goretti Company. In August 2013, two years after her appearance on Project Fame, Ogah released her debut studio album Sometime in August, which featured collaborations […]

By Christine Murray LONDON, Oct 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Brazilian prosecutors have filed charges against the citizenship minister for suspending government funding for films, which they said was motivated by discrimination against LGBT+ people. Brazil’s film agency ANCINE halted around R$70 million ($17 million) in grants in August that were set to fund about […]

By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES, Oct 3 (Reuters) – Two women filed a civil lawsuit against Hollywood actor James Franco on Thursday, accusing him of running a bogus film school where young women eager to advance their acting careers were duped into auditioning nude or shooting explicit sex scenes. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles […]

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