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Pakistan Passes Law Criminalizing Honor Killings

As the world celebrated “International Day of the Girl Child,” Pakistan passed a law criminalizing honor killings. The law makes it mandatory for perpetrators to be imprisoned for 25 years, even if pardoned by the victim’s family. Social Streams

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Britain Promises Brexit Will not Create Legal Vacuum At WTO

By Tom Miles GENEVA, Sept 27 – Britain’s trade minister promised on Tuesday its departure from the European Union would not create a legal vacuum at the World Trade Organization, and said Britain was determined to champion free trade. Britain is a full and founding member of the WTO, but its membership terms are currently

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Obama unwelcomed

At the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, world leaders were welcomed one by one on the red carpet – except one. Social Streams

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The Bionic Arm

Manar Harrakeh is helping amputees regain a sense of independence through innovation of the bionic arm. Mostapha Raad reports http://newsweekme.com/a-helping-hand/ Social Streams

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Gaza’s Water Supply is Running Out

The water supply in Gaza is running out. In 2012, the U.N. warned that the water supply in Gaza “may become unusable by 2016,” and the damages caused would be “irreversible by 2020.” More by Sami Abu Salem: http://newsweekme.com/thirsty-gaza/ Social Streams

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Migrant Workers in GCC: A Crisis At Hand

Thousands of migrant workers in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have been stuck in the country as their salaries were delayed for several months, many stranded without food or shelter. Abdullah Alelyan and Leila Hatoum report: http://newsweekme.com/a-crisis-at-hand/ Social Streams

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Teaching You To Never Give Up On Your Dreams

“When life throws you a curveball, it’s the opportunity of a lifetime to knock it out of the park.” This is the story of two men who decided never to give up. By Mostapha Raad http://newsweekme.com/in-pursuit-of-a-normal-life/ Social Streams

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UAE: Towards A Healthier Future

The UAE’s health sector has to overcome challenges before leading its peers, writes Leila Hatoum. More: http://newsweekme.com/uae-towards-a-healthier-future/ Social Streams

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Dhaka Cafe Attack

In the aftermath of the Dhaka bakery attack, Bangladeshis are now having to show the resilience of their counterparts who have been affected in many other parts of the Muslim world, writes Razia Desai. More: http://newsweekme.com/dhaka-unnerved/ Social Streams

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